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Gateway of India

The Gateway of India is one of India's most unique landmarks situated in the city of Mumbai. The colossal structure was constructed in 1924. Located at the tip of Apollo Bunder, the gateway overlooks the Mumbai harbor, bordered by the Arabian Sea in the Colaba district. The Gateway of India is a monument that marks India's chief ports and is a major tourist attraction for visitors who arrive in India for the first time.

Gateway of India

Bandra Worli Sea Link

Bandra Worli Sea Link is best place if you are visiting mumbai at the southern tip of Bandra, there is a nice view of the bay and the Worli bridge. The Bandra-Worli Sea Link, officially called Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, is a cable-stayed bridge with pre-stressed concrete-steel viaducts on either side that links Bandra in the Western Suburbs of Mumbai with Worli in South Mumbai. The bridge is a part of the proposed Western Freeway that will link the Western Suburbs to Nariman Point in Mumbai's main business district.

Bandra Worli Sea Link

Juhu Beach

Juhu Beach is located on the shores of the Arabian Sea. It stretches for six kilometres up to Versova. It is a popular tourist attraction throughout the year and is also a sought after destination for shooting films. The beach generally gets more crowded on weekends and public holidays. The food court at its main entrance is famous for its 'Mumbai style' street food, notably bhelpuri, pani puri and sevpuri. Horse-pulled carriages offer joyrides to tourists for a small fee while acrobats, dancing monkeys, cricket matches, toy sellers vie for tourist's attention. The beach is among the most popular sites in the city for the annual Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations where thousands of devotees arrive in grand processions, carrying idols of the Lord Ganesh of various sizes, to be immersed in the water at the beach.

Juhu Beach

ISKCON

ISKCON, Also called Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple at Andheri Juhu is a famous attraction and worship holy place in Mumbai. The presiding Deities at the temple, Sri Sri Gaura-Nitai, Sri Sri Radha Rasabihari and Sri Sri Sita Rama Laxman Hanuman were personally installed by the founder of ISKCON. The temple is visited by thousands of people and devotees during festive occasions. ISKCON Juhu is also a hub of research and education starting from its scientific research to school education (Bhaktivedanta Swami Mission School) with I.C.S.E curriculum. It also holds daily discourses on various Vedic scriptures along with many regular seminar and courses.

ISKCON

Sanjay Gandhi National Park

Sanjay Gandhi National Park is a beautiful park in Mumbai. It is situated on the northern part of the suburbs of Mumbai and spread over a total area of 104 sq. km. A huge number of people visit the park, it is roughly estimated that 2 million visitors come here annually. The park is decorated with a wide variety of flora and fauna. Sanjay Gandhi National Park was called Krishnagiri National Park before independence. But after independence it was called Borivli National Park as it is close to the residential area of Borivali. The region of Sanjay Gandhi National Park is hilly and densely covered with trees and inhabits many animals. It is located at a height of 400m. The two lakes of the park are the Vihar Lake and the Tulsi Lake.

Sanjay Gandhi National Park

Prince of Wales Museum

Formerly known as The Prince of Wales Museum, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, is a Mumbai landmark situated between the historic areas of Colaba and Fort. Designed by George Wittet and John Begg. Completed in 1914-1915 to commemorate the first visit of King George V to India, but opened to the public in 1922. The extensive collection includes miniature paintings, decorative arts, sculptures in various media, weaponry and artifacts from Elephanta and the Indus Valley. Other museums in Mumbai worth visiting are Mani Bhavan (Gandhi Museum), Bhau Daji Lad Museum (Mumbai's oldest), the BEST Transport Museum and FD Alpaiwala Museum.

Prince of Wales Museum

Jehangir Art Gallery

The Jehangir Art Gallery is Mumbai’s most famous art gallery and a tourist attraction. It was founded by Sir Cowasji Jehangir in 1952. Managed by the Bombay Art Society, the entire cost of this mansion was donated by Cowasji Jehangir. This gallery is situated at Kala Ghoda, behind the Prince of Wales Museum, in South Mumbai near the Gateway of India and has four exhibition halls. The gallery was designed by G.M.Bhuta for G.M. Bhuta & Associates. A mammoth institution in itself, its history is linked with the renaissance of Indian art. The complex also has the popular cafe of Samovar, which is reminiscent of the 70's socialist culture. And is home to Natesans, the country's oldest licensed antique dealers. Entry is free, fully air-conditioned and parking is availabl

Jehangir Art Gallery

Flora Fountain

Flora Fountain, at the Hutatma Chowk (Martyr's Square), is an ornamentally and exquisitely sculpted architectural heritage monument located at the southern end of the historic Dadabhai Naoroji Road, called the Mile Long Road, at the Fort business district in the heart of South Mumbai, Mumbai, India. Flora Fountain, built in 1864, is a fusion of water, architecture and sculpture, and depicts the Roman goddess Flora.This beautiful fountain cost £9000 Pound sterling in 1869 and was placed near Gateway of India to honor Sir Bartle Frere

Flora Fountain

Siddhivinayak Temple

This is a temple devoted to Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed God of good fortune. The temple located at Prabhadevi, Dadar, is one of the most famous temples of Lord Ganesh in Mumbai. The old temple was consecrated on Thursday, 19th November 1801. The idol of Shree Siddhivinayak was carved out of a single black stone and is 2'6” (750mm) high and 2' (600mm) wide with the trunk on the right. This is rather unusual appearance of Lord Ganesh. The upper right and left hands hold a lotus and an axe respectively while the lower right and left hands hold a rosary (japmala) and bowl full of “Modak” respectively. As it resembles the sacred thread, a snake appears on the left shoulder to right side belly. On the forehead of deity is an eye, which almost looks like the third eye of Lord Shiva. On both sides of the Lord Ganesh idol, are placed one idol each of Riddhi and Siddhi goddesses who are appearing like peeping out of the Ganesh idol from behind. Because of these two deities along with Lord Ganesh, this temple is known as the Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple. These goddesses signify sanctity, success, wealth and prosperity.

Siddhi Vinayak Temple

Elephanta Caves

Elephanta is the perfect example of Buddhist rockcut dwellings and 'Chaityas'. It was between 533-566 AD that these splendid caves were carved from the rock face. These temples lie nine kilometers northeast from Apollo Bunder. Elephanta Islands, in earlier days was called Gharapuri, the fortress city. It was named as Elephanta by the Portuguese, after they saw a large stone elephant on its shore The main cave has sculpted walls depicting the life and glory of Lord Shiva.. The most famous is the impressive 'Trimurti' where God Shiva takes the form of Brahma, the Creator, Vishnu, the Preserver, and Maheshwar, the Destroyer. Launches leave Apollo Bunder (next to Gateway of India) regularly. A guided tour is recommended. Guides are easily available at the Gateway of India. And cost approximately INR 1000.

Elephanta Caves

Haji Ali Dargah

The tomb of a Muslim merchant, Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari (R.A.), who passed away while on pilgrimage to Mecca. On Thursdays and Fridays, the shrine is visited by at least 40,000 pilgrims. Irrespective of faith and religion, people visit the 'dargah' to get the blessings of the legendary saint. Sometimes, especially on Fridays, people may find various sufi musicians performing a form of devotional music called Qawwali at the Dargah.It is near Mahalaxmi racecourse and is set amidst the sea lending a breathtaking view of the tomb.

Haji Ali Dargah

Essel World

Essel world, situated in the city of Mumbai, has earned the honour of being the best amusement park in the country. Designed on international patterns, the park attracts numerous visitors across the country. Around 1.8 million people make their way to the park every year. Essel World is just the place you would like to be at if you are an admirer of thrill and excitement. The rides at Essel World will leave you thrilled. The rides in the Essel World are divided into three categories; family rides, adult rides and children rides.

Essel World