Mumbai’s best places and attractions to visit

Mumbai doesn’t have the same number of historical landmarks as a few places in India has, however its decent diversity more than equalizes. You’ll discover everything from shorelines to Bollywood. Try not to miss these few attractions and spots to visit in Mumbai for an essential outing.

Gateway of India

Mumbai’s most famous landmark, the Gateway of India, was built in 1924 to remember the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to the city. It’s likewise where the rest of the British troops left, denoting the finish of British guideline when India picked up Independence in 1947. The approaching Gateway is intended to be the main thing that guests see when moving toward Mumbai by pontoon. It’s a prominent place to begin investigating Mumbai. Nowadays the environment around the landmark looks like a bazaar now and again, with various sellers hawking everything from a hot-air balloon to Indian tea.

•  Location: On the waterfront in Colaba, south Mumbai. Opposite the Taj Palace and Tower Hotel.

Juhu and Marine Drive Chowpatty Beaches

Toward the finish of a tiring day of touring, unwind with local people on the shorelines of Juhu and Marine Drive, and watch the sunset. In case you’re feeling daring, you’ll likewise have the capacity to devour delicious tidbits offered by the huge number of foods slows down and portable nourishment sellers. Top picks incorporate cooked old-fashioned corn, bhel puri, pani puri and pav bhaji.

•  Location: Juhu is around 30 kilometers north of the area, while Marine Drive Chowpatty is in south Mumbai, a short drive from the Gateway of India.

Haji Ali

The overwhelming Haji Ali is both a mosque and tomb. It was worked in 1431 by affluent Muslim merchant and Sufi holy person Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, who was enlivened to change an incredible course after going to Mecca. It likewise has his body. Arranged amidst the sea, Haji Ali is just open amid low tide from a restricted, 500-yard-long walkway.

• Location: Central Mumbai, simply off the bank of Worli, not a long way from Mahalaxmi railroad station.

Elephanta Caves

The antiquated shake cut gives in on Elephanta Island merit visiting if you’re putting in a couple of days in Mumbai. There are two gatherings – one Buddhist and one Hindu. The enormous fundamental surrender, committed to Lord Shiva, turned into a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. It has some great figures and fine art. Arrive by taking a ship from the Gateway of India. In the event that you need to wander further away from home, there are progressively Buddhist gives in inside Sanjay Gandhi National Park on the northern edges of the city.

Location: Elephanta Island is 10 kilometers (6 miles) east of Mumbai. Kanheri Buddhist Caves at Sanjay Gandhi National Park, in the suburb of Borivali, 40 kilometers (25 miles) north of Mumbai downtown area.

Heritage Buildings

Mumbai makes them allure heritage structures where you can wonder over stunning instances of intricate colonial architecture. Probably the best is the Gothic looking Prince of Wales Museum in the Kala Ghoda art region, Victoria Terminus (CST) railway station, the Bombay High Court and the buildings of Horniman Circle in the Fort region. The part of Horniman Circle is its enormous gardens, which give an appreciated break from the hurrying around of the city. Likewise have a meander past the notable eighteenth-century homes in Khotachiwadi village.

• Location: In and around south Mumbai.

Kala Ghoda Art Precinct

Kala Ghoda, signifying “Black Horse” in reference to a statue that was once situated there, is Mumbai’s social focus. This sickle formed stretch is home to Mumbai’s best craftsmanship displays and galleries. It’s additionally loaded up with social spaces, including some magnificent asphalt exhibitions. Walk around at recreation, however, make certain to visit the acclaimed Jehangir Art Gallery. Consistently in February, the Kala Ghoda Association has a multi-day Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, which is fascinating.

• Location: Between the Fort and Colaba, in south Mumbai.

Banganga Tank

Banganga Tank is the most seasoned persistently occupied place in Mumbai and gives an excellent chance to be submerged ever of the city. However, many local people aren’t even acquainted with it! The sacred water tank is flanked by a tight road fixed with sanctuaries, homes, and dharmsalas (religious rest houses). Hindus trust that strolling around the tank by walking has massive refining benefits. It’s beneficial investing some energy basically sitting on the means and engrossing day by day life there.

• Location: Malabar Hill, at the northern end of Back Bay.

Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat

This enormous outdoors clothing gives an extraordinary look within the city. Filthy clothing from all over Mumbai is brought here and carefully hand washed by the dhobis (washermen) in the apparently unlimited columns of concrete troughs. A large number of dhobis put in hours consistently confronting their knees in water loaded up with chemicals, physically scrubbing and severely thrashing dirt of clothing.

• Location: Next to Mahalaxmi railway station, central Mumbai. Leave the station and take a left on the bridge.

Mumbai Dabbawalas

Dabbawala, which means an individual who conveys a compartment, is the term given to a huge number of men in charge of transporting and conveying around 200,000 lunch boxes of naturally prepared nourishment to the city’s office specialists consistently. This exceptional idea was begun to discuss the issues of British rulers. Be that as it may, it’s presently proceeded to help Indian agents who can’t return home for lunch.

• Location: Railway stations around Mumbai, especially at Churchgate end in south Mumbai between 11.30 a.m onwards.

Markets and Bazaars

From a large number of bright asphalt sellers that line Colaba Causeway, to the captivating Chor Bazaar Thieves Market, Mumbai is loaded with intriguing spots to go road shopping. Stock up on appealing gifts at Colaba Causeway, have a great time cheap shoes and garments at Linking Road, scour the tight rear ways of Chor Bazaar for collectibles, and test the new food and flavors while wondering about the engineering of Crawford Market.

Location: Colaba Causeway, Linking Road in Bandra, Crawford Market close Churchgate, and Chor Bazaar on Mutton road


Mumbai is the important point of India’s booming “Bollywood” film industry. The architecturally resplendent Eros Cinema, neighboring the Churchgate railway station, is an extraordinary place to take in a Bollywood motion picture. Then again, it’s conceivable to go on a visit to the core of the activity in Film City. Or on the other hand, if you’d preferably be in a Bollywood motion picture over just observe the arrangement of one, that is conceivable as well!

• Location: Film City is in Goregaon, in the western rural areas of Mumbai.

Dharavi Slum

Mumbai is famous for having Asia’s biggest slum, Dharavi. It’s conceivable to go on a voyage through it. In any case, numerous individuals are hesitant to do as such for good reasons, as they feel its voyeuristic neediness the travel industry. The genuine the truth is altogether different, however. The visits are extremely canny and disperse the pessimistic biased generalizations that individuals have. Dharavi is a clamoring place brimming with little scale industry, and you can even by from the makers there (calfskin things and textures are only two well-known things to look for).

• Location: Near Mahim in central Mumbai.

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