Sunday, 22 July 2018

List of Best places to visit in Mumbai

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1. Marine drive
Marine drive is one of the most famous attraction in Mumbai, It begins from the north side of Nariman point and finishing at the popular Chowpatty beach. The Marine drive is a 3km long arc formed Lane alongside the ocean coast of South Mumbai. The coast lines of Arabian sea is the satisfactory area to enjoy the sunset in Mumbai.

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2. Gateway of India
One of the most outstanding monument in Mumbai, The Gateway of India was constructed in 1924. Now it has become a famous tourist center within the city. Based at Apollo Bunder Waterfront, the monument overlooks the Arabian Sea in the most lovely way. Know more

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3. Juhu beach
The most famous seashore in Mumbai, Juhu beach is located near Andheri and was once quite a stunning beach. but, with such a lot of travelers coming in here, the area has become dirty and water is also not clean due to affluents from nearby factories and industries.

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4. Colaba Causeway
This place is the most crowded and attractive locations to visit in Mumbai, it's famous for shopping paradise, countless trendy colorful shops and old world cafes like magnet. Colaba Causeway is a heaven for street shopping.

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5. Haji Ali Dargah
The Haji Ali Dargah is located on an small island off the coast of Worli in south Mumbai. This dargah is one of the most visited landmarks of Mumbai, here you can enjoy the lovely view of surrounding ocean. The People from all religion come here to seek blessings.

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6. Siddhivinayak Temple
Based in Prabhadevi, Siddhivinayak is a temple of  Lord Ganesha, one of the most significant and most visited temples in Mumbai. Lots of peoples go to this temple on every day basis. It was constructed by Deubai Patil and Laxman Vithu in 1801. The Siddhivinayak Temple is one of the most richest temples in Mumbai. Know more

"Chowpatti Beach (Girgaum Chowpatty)" (CC BY 2.0) by Jorge Lascar
7. Girgaum Chowpatty
This place is a small sandy seashore and an good place for relaxing, located on the north side of Marine drive, a must go place for travelers which visiting Marine drive for the first time. Anyone can easily find this place which situated next to Churni Road Railway Station. During, evening time the seashore is very crowded.

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8. Elephanta caves
This Caves is an UNESCO world heritage site, specimen of beautiful architecture and stone art since from medieval India. It is placed at a distance of 11km from Mumbai city. It also offers an superb view of Mumbai skyline.

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9. Victoria Terminus
Today it’s called as a Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CST), is one of the UNESCO world heritage site in India. It is an outstanding example of Victorian Gothic style architecture in India, Victoria Terminus is the headquarter of central railway stations. Built in the Victorian Gothic style of architecture, the station is one of the most popular historical landmark in Mumbai. Know more

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10. Bandra Worli Sea link
The Bandra Worli Sea Link is a famous bridge in Mumbai, that is also known as Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link. It is a cable bridge connects Bandra in the west of Mumbai to Worli in South Mumbai. This sea link bridge helped to save a lot of time for those travelers who travel between Bandra to Worli. This bridge in Mumbai is a perfect example of the brilliant engineering works that displays the modern infrastructure of Mumbai.

"Atrium of the Prince of Wales Museum" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by string_bass_dave
11. Prince of Wales museum
The Prince of Wales Museum is regarded as one of the heritage buildings of Mumbai because of its great architecture. The museum contains of a plethora of historic, excellent artefacts referring to the wealthy and diverse history of India.

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12. Fashion street
one of the favourite shopping hubs for the people of Mumbai specifically the students, the region gives some of the trendiest and modern style clothes.

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13. Essel world
EsselWorld is a most famous amusement park located in Gorai, Mumbai, it built in 1989. This Water Kingdom is spread over 64 acres of land and it is children's most favourite adventurous water park in Mumbai, based on the shore of northern suburbs. During hot summer time, this park is crowded with a lots of local people and travelers.

"National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai," (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Aleksandr Zykov
14. National gallery of modern art
The National Gallery of Modern Art in mumbai was opened for public in 1996. It organize various events, exhibitions and art galleries of famous artists. It is located in Colaba near Regal Cinema, with an objective to promote modern trends in the Indian tradition.

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15. Film city
Film city is located in Goregaon, Mumbai.
Indian film industry is one of the largest in the world and the film city is a very significant part of it. This is an area where it's very difficult to differentiate between the reality and fakeness.

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16. Global Pagoda
Based close to Gorai in North-West side of Mumbai, India. The global Vipassana Pagoda serves as a memorial for harmony and peace. This is a big Dome type Hall for meditation which has capacity to seat around 8,000 mediators. The former president of India Pratibha Patil inaugurated this Pagoda on 8 February 2009.

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17. Sanjay Gandhi national park
This Park is a 87 km protected wildlife region located near Mumbai in Maharashtra. It was previously known as Borivali National Park. This wildlife sanctuary is in the midst of a crowded and busy Mumbai. This is one the most famous national parks in Mumbai, where you can also experience a train journey between this park. Here you can spot many types of wild animals like Leopards, Lions, Macaque, Flying fox, Boars, Kingfisher and many more.

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18. Hanging Gardens
This garden is also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, is located in Malabar hill, Mumbai. In the opposite side of the Kamala Nehru Park. It is created by bushes trimmed into forms of different animals and this is the best place for spending a comfortable evening, enjoying the sunset and many fun doing activities.

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