Mumbai, as we all know, is known for its architectural and colonial structures. It has always been the hot spot for tourists be it for its historic resemblance or its nightlife. Here we bring you the list of the best places to visit in Mumbai.
The Famous and the most visited place by tourists and the locales. This Monument has an historic significance.
The RBI Monetary Museum in Mumbai houses artifacts and exhibits of currency notes over years depicting the evolution of money. The museum also houses rare coins.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) is the most famous railway station in Mumbai & is UNESCO approved heritage site. Formerly known as Victoria Terminus, the station serves as the headquarters of the Indian Central Railways.
The Asiatic library is the holding of The Asiatic Society of Mumbai, a society of learned individuals in the field of Asian studies. The library comprises of thousands of books with many identified as rare and valuable. The artifacts and manuscripts available are diverse and precious.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahakaya (CSMVS) is the most popular museum in Mumbai. The museum is a home to variety of artefacts from India and across world.
Jehangir Art Gallery is the one of the most popular art galleries in India. It is an art gallery cum auditorium with a tinge of modernism in its architecture. Prominent artists display their work here.
The Rajabai Clock Tower is a clock tower in Mumbai located in the premises of the “Fort” campus of the Mumbai University. The tower is 280 feet tall..
Bandra Fort, also known as the Castella de Aquada (Fort of the Waterpoint in Portuguese) is a beautiful destination overlooking the Bandra sea face. Many Bollywood movies like Dil Chahta Hai have been shot here.
Situated on a hillock near Girgaon Chowpatty. One of the oldest temple of Lord Shiva in Mumbai.
Its one of the favourite tourists attractions situated in Santacruz in western Suburbs. Its also popular for some lip smacking street foods.
This temple is situated in many parts of India, however in Mumbai it is located in Juhu & Girgaon. This temple is dedicated to Hare Krishna community.
One of the most famous public beaches & known for its local eateries located near Marine Drive.
It is also known as National Park spread over 87 sq kilometres. Its home to ancient Kanheri Caves and houses various wild animals. The biggest and the most popular picnic spot for the locales as well as tourists. There are many attractions inside the park like Tiger & Lion safari and Mini Train etc.
Bandra Sea Link is cable –stayed, 5.6 kms long bridge built in 2009. It connects Western suburbs to South Mumbai.
Commonly known as Queens Necklace, Marine Drive is 4km long, arc shaped boulevard along with South Mumbai Coast. The best spot for a late night drive by the Sea.
Also known as Dadasaheb Phalke Chitra Nagri located near vicinity of Aarey colony Goregaon, Mumbai. It has many gardens lakes theatres studio floors and many readymade locations used in film making.
This park laid in 1881 and is divided into 2 parts Kamla Nehru and Hanging Gardens. Its located by the Arabian sea and the best spot to watch sun set. It features the famous Shoe home and numerous hedges designed in the shapes of animals.
It’s the UNESCO World Heritage Site, constructed between 5th and 7th centuries and is a collection of caved temples of Hindu God Lord Shiva. This island is located 10kms from Mumbai Harbour and can be travelled by ferry from Gate way of India.
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