Mumbai is the capital city of Maharashtra. Popular, as the ‘City Of Dreams,’ it is home of India's Bollywood film industry. The vibrant metropolitan city has an enviable edge over other tourist destinations in India. This financial capital of India has a rich cultural heritage, boasting of exclusive tourist attractions. Mumbai offers the most refreshing and entertaining holiday experience. Mumbai is known for its pulsating nightlife, vibrant bars, recreation zones, and lively hangouts. Marian drive, Nariman Point, Hanging Gardens, Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Gateway of India, Mahalaxmi Temple, Haji Ali Shrine, and seashores of Juhu and Chowpatty is worth visiting. A drive at the recently opened Bandra-Worli sea link at night is enthralling.
Places to Visit in Mumbai
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai
Formerly known as Victoria Terminus Station, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is a historic railway station associated with Mumbai since time immemorial. This epitome of heritage in Mumbai is an impressive example of ancient Victorian Gothic Revival architecture blended with traditional Indian architectural style. The entrance gates of this outstanding edifice have two columns of which one is crowned with a lion representing Britain, and the other has a tiger representing India. The main structure of this cherished landmark of Mumbai is made of sandstone and limestone. The interiors of this UNESCO World heritage site are lined with excellent quality of Italian marble.
Fees & Timings: Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus open for 24 hours all days in week, No entry fees.
Location: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Fort, Mumbai
Chota Kashmir, Mumbai
Away from the hustle-bustle of frantically busy Urban life is Chota Kashmir in Mumbai is a charming tourist destination that offers serene and tranquil environs. This a wonderful well-manicured huge expanse of the lush green garden where a lot of film scenes are shot. The tranquil lake spread on 4 acres of land is bang opposite Chota Kashmir is open all the seven days of the week from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Enjoy a thrilling boat ride in the Kashmir lake. Tourists can also choose the swan-shaped two, or four and six-seater paddle boats for boating. Chota Kashmir is a perfect picnic spot with enough green and dry shade, and abundant space for picnics
Fees & Timings: Chota Kashmir is open 10:00 am and 06:00 pm all days in week, No entry fee.
Location: Aarey Milk Colony, Goregaon East, Mumbai
Clue Hunt Mumbai, Mumbai
Clue Hunt is a wonderful attraction and amusement activity arena in Bandra, Mumbai. It offers a unique gaming phenomenon. Room Escape Game is the most fun thing to do as it offers a stimulating offline experience. You can play with your teammates making use of logical skills to identify hints and hidden clues. Interesting solutions are found that will take you to the final exit and help your colleagues to escape a locked chamber in this thrilling clue hunt. Devise your plan to escape from the enclosed chamber. The gaming zone is divided into two different rooms namely "Mr. Spylock's Chamber" and "Kaboom!". They have the same level of difficulty, but with different themes. Embark on this fun-frolic and exciting live escape game for sixty minutes and have a wonderful experience
Fees & Timings: Clue Hunt is open all open from 11:00 am to 10:30 pm, Entry fee 1,400 to 3,000 (2 to 6 players weekdays), 2,200 to 4,800 (2 to 6 players weekends)
Location: Pali Village, Bandra West, Mumbai
Colaba Causeway, Mumbai
A bustling street-side market that offers a unique and thrilling shopping experience to visitors. This casual yet colorful shopping destination is thronged by tourists and locals. originally called "Shaheed Bhagat Singh Road" it is a linked commercial lane between the urban South Mumbai and Colaba. This popular area is referred to as Colaba Market by locals. The buildings in Colaba causeway have a tranquil old-world charm. It houses famous restaurants and shopping centers. Quaint stalls are selling an array of clothes, antiques, accessories, home décor along with jewelry, furniture, perfumes, handbags, and that too at throw away prices There are a lot of boutiques and posh shops selling expensive and latest products.
Fees & Timings: Colaba Causeway is open from 05:00 am all days in week, to 09:00 pm, No entry fee.
Location: colaba, Mumbai
Elephanta Caves, Mumbai
It is a popular archeological site belonging to mid-5th to 6th centuries AD. This famous tourist destination can be accessed by boat rides from the Gateway of India. It takes approximately one hour to reach the caves located at Elephanta Island, situated at a distance of 11 km from the city. An outstanding specimen of rock-cut art, aesthetic beauty, scenic nature, brilliant architecture, and elaborately painted artworks belonging to the medieval era, Elephanta Caves is acclaimed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. The larger collection of cave temples has remarkable stone sculptures of Lord Shiva while the smaller caves have statues of Lord Buddha. It also offers a spectacular view of the Mumbai skyline.
Fees & Timings: Elephanta caves open from 09:30 am and 05:30 pm all days in week, Entry fee for Indian Rs 40 and for Rs 600 per person.
Location: Elephanta Island, Gharapuri, Mumbai Harbour
Gateway of India, Mumbai
It is one of the most distinguished and iconic tourist attractions in Mumbai. Built as a triumphal arch with regal arches, this historic monument presents the rich colonial history of India. It showcases a brilliant blend of Arabic, Indian and Western architectural styles. Popularly known as the ‘Taj Mahal of Mumbai’, Gateway of India stands at the end of Chhatrapati Shivaji Marg at the edge of the sea and is a reminder of the rich colonial history of India. The imposing concrete edifice is constructed in yellow basalt and exhibits many Hindu and Muslim inscriptions. This tourist hotspot is the connecting point of the ferry rides leading to the famous Elephanta caves. The view of the boat studded Arabian sea from here is spectacular especially at night.
Fees & Timings: Gateway of India open for 24 hours, No entry fees.
Location: Apollo Bandar, Colaba
Haji Ali Dargah, Mumbai
Red Carpet Wax museum is a unique gallery exhibiting life-like wax statues of famous national and international personalities. The plush surroundings glamorous interiors create a royal ambiance and impart a feeling of true red-carpet treatment to the visitors. Photo fanatics get a unique opportunity to get pictures clicked with celebrities, scientists, great leaders and other icons. The main purpose of making this wonderful gallery is to offer an opportunity to artisans and craftsmen to showcase their unique talent.
Fees & Timings: Red Carpet Wax Museum open from 09:45 am to 09:30 pm all days in week, Entry fee Rs 300 per person.
Location: R City Mall, 1, LBS Rd, Amrut Nagar, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai
Hakone Entertainment Centre, Mumbai
A thrilling hub and a prime destination for fun and entertainment in Mumbai. The amusement park offers a lovely blend of specialized sports activities and exciting indoor games to adventure buffs and adrenaline junkies. Enjoy Go Karting on a shaded, fully cemented track of 200 meters with powerful Honda engines ideal for all weather conditions. There are exciting simulated shooting games such as Paintball where the action is done in the real-life battlefields, color dye bullets, and protective gear of mask and safety jackets. There is a modern arena for Bumper Cars, a Bull Ride zone pool table, LAN Gaming Zone, etc. Kids can enjoy paddle boating, Wester Train, Baby Go Cars, and Moonwalker. Food stalls offer delectable burgers, street food, shawarmas, and much more.
Fees & Timings: Hakone Entertainment Centre is open from 02:30 pm. to 10:30 pm all days in week, Entry fee for paintball Rs 200, Gocarting Rs 150.
Location: Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, next to Powai Plaza, Mumbai
Hanging Gardens, Mumbai
Hanging Gardens is a popular evening hangout zone and picnic spot in the dazzling city of Mumbai for kids, joggers, and morning walkers. Also known as Pherozshah Mehta Gardens, this is a lush green terraced garden with appealing animal-shaped hedges. A sundial made of marble placed on a concrete slab and a beautiful flower clock is situated in the tranquil garden. This wonderful expansive park gives respite to visitors. The well-manicured park with beautifully trimmed hedges offers panoramic sunset views of the majestic Arabian Sea and is the best spot for joggers. Perched on the western side of the scenic Malabar Hill, Hanging Gardens is an important part of your itinerary when in Mumbai.
Fees & Timings: Hanging Gardens is open from 05:00 am all days in week, to 09:00 pm, No entry fee.
Location: Simla Nagar, Malabar Hill, Mumbai
Juhu Beach, Mumbai
It is a spectacular beach facing the Arabian Sea. It has a long beachfront. Several stalls are offering delectable street food such as spicy Panipuri, Bhelpuri, Vada Pav, Pav Bhaji to name a few. The captivating environs are created especially during the sunset and early mornings. Enjoy soothing views of the sunset as you stroll on the fine sand. This beach is a favorite haunt for filmmakers. Tourists and locals’ throng to relax and enjoy with their friends and loved ones. Horse-riding, jogging, and shopping are interesting activities at the beach. Juhu Beach Mumbai nightlife is worth experimenting with.
Fees & Timings: Juhu Beach is open round the clock on all days of the week, No entry fee.
Location: Juhu Tara Road, Juhu, Mumbai
This is an excellent entertainment center and a wonderful theme amusement park in Mumbai with a strong focus on imparting relevant information to the inspiring kids. Here kids enjoy learning by engaging in fun-filled activities. Children of varied age groups participate in thrilling play-based indoor activities. This assists in developing educational as well as psychological skills. There are more than a hundred activities for kids from 2 to 16 years of age. The environment of this indoor theme amusement park boasting of global standards is safe and secure. Kids indulge in interactive and educative games in this best destination for out of classroom learning. It is perched on the third floor of, R City Mall, LBS Road, Amrut Nagar, West Mumbai.
Fees & Timings: Kidzania open from 10:00 am and 08:00 pm all days in week, Entry fee for adult Rs 500 and child Rs 1500 per head for full day pass.
Location: Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Ghatkopar West, Amrut Nagar
Marine Drive, Mumbai
Popular as Queens Necklace, it is a beautiful place to stroll and watch the orange glow of the setting sun as you experience the soft sea breeze. It is a charming ride and almost four-Kilometer-long promenade, positioned along Neta Ji Subhash Chandra Bose Road. This arc-shaped boulevard is a prominent landmark of the South coast of Mumbai. At night, the entire coastline lights up and creates a spectacular sight with light glowing. The soft sound of the lapping waves, an enthralling view of the Mumbai skyline, and the star-studded sky make Marine Drive one of the most mesmerizing and romantic spots in Mumbai.
Fees & Timings: Marine Drive is open round the clock on all days of the week, No entry fee.
Location: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road, Chowpatty, Mumbai
Mumbai Film City, Mumbai
This is a modern well-integrated film studio complex spread across a massive area of 520 acres. It has twenty indoor studios and almost 1000 sets can be created simultaneously. It is well-equipped with all the contemporary amenities and world-class facilities. It is an excellent venue for film shoots with vast expanses of verdant greenery. A must-visit for movie enthusiasts as they can view realistic film sets that showcase foreign locations in Mumbai.
Fees & Timings: Mumbai film city is open from 10:00 am. to 05:00 pm all days in week, Entry fee Rs 599 to Rs 1699 (Depending on the package chosen)
Nehru Center, Mumbai
This is an impressive memorial to the erstwhile prime minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru. The main aim of this center is to promote the ideals and philosophy of Nehru. Many interesting educational as well as cultural programs, are organized regularly. Nehru Center is an outstanding hub of numerous scientific, and educational activities along with performing arts, such as dance, drama, and music in Mumbai. The massive complex spread over a large area harbors Nehru Planetarium, an auditorium with a capacity of almost 1000 people, experimental theatre with modern facilities, a well-maintained library art galleries, and research centers. It also houses two well lit and air-conditioned exhibition halls.
Fees & Timings: Nehru Centre open from 11:00 am and 05:00 pm all days in week, Entry fee for Rs 100 per person.
Location: Doctor Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai
Red Carpet Wax Museum, Mumbai
This holy shrine of Muslim Sufi Saint Haji Ali is located on a tiny islet in the southern coast of Mumbai near Worli. It offers a captivating view of the scenic Arabian sea. Devotees flock to seek the blessings of the saint. Built of glass, the shrine can only be accessed during the low tides via a causeway that is engulfed by the sea on all sides. The mosque, placed in a central marble courtyard is made in the Indo-Islamic style of architecture. It houses the tomb that is roofed by a beautiful brocaded red and green cloth and is supported by a beautiful silver frame and marble columns engraved with colorful mirror work: At night, the divine view of the well-lit shrine with the sea around it is a captivating sight.
Fees & Timings: Haji Ali Dargah open from 6:00 am to 10:30 pm all days in week, No Entry fee.
Location: Dargah Rd, Haji Ali, Mumbai
Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai
Sanjay Gandhi National Park is a wonderful picnic spot and an ideal weekend getaway surrounded by evergreen dense forest, Animal lovers flock here to spot lions, leopards, spotted deer flying Fox, butterflies, and several migratory birds. Initially famous as Borivali National Park, this wooded area is home to endless species of flora and fauna. Soak up the scenic beauty of two artificial lakes with crocodiles inside the massive park. Approximately two thousand years old Kanheri caves are positioned inside the park premises housing Buddha statues, and paintings. Placed between the two main suburbs of Mumbai and Thane.
Fees & Timings: Sanjay Gandhi National Park open from 7:00 AM to 6:30 PM and the entry fee of Rs 48 per adult and Rs 25 for children above five is charged.
Location: Borivali East
Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai
This revered Hindu temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The temple has a small sanctum housing the idol of the Lord. The unique statue of Ganesha, ’The Elephant Lord’ is made of a single piece of black stone and is almost two and a half feet wide with the main trunk towards the right instead of left. Devotees across the world come here to pay obeisance and donate large amounts of money as their wishes get fulfilled. The premises of the temple are full of people, especially during the evening aarti.
Fees & Timings: Siddhi Vinayak Temple open from 5:30 am to 10:00 pm all days in week, No entry fee.
Location: SK Bole Marg, Prabhadevi, Mumbai
Smaaash Junior, Mumbai
A paradise for kids, Smaaash Junior is an interesting indoor entertainment zone. A lovely indoor play area that helps to keep the kids occupied and entertained with superb virtual reality set-up. It also features entertaining activities for men and women. Highly interactive and involved entertainment experience is offered to kids. It is one of Mumbai’s best indoor play spaces for children offering whale of exciting games. The indoor amusement zone house is decked up with thrilling rides. The Kids Play Area at Smaaash, is a paradise for your children to play as interesting deals and packages are offered. Positioned at Bhai Balmukund Marg, Chinchpokli East, Parel, Mumbai attracts crowd in huge numbers.
Fees & Timings: Smaaash Junior open from 11:00 am and 10:00 pm, Entry fee for weekdays Rs 399, weekends Rs 499 (60 min), weekdays Rs 499, weekends Rs 599 (90 min)
Location: Kamala Mills Compound, Gate 4, Lower Parel, Mumbai
Snow World, Mumbai
This snow park theme indoor Park is a fascinating fun destination for skating and sledging on ice. Visitors can have a fun-filled exciting time hurling snowballs at each other and enjoying the realistic snowfall in the Snow Dance arena. Here the temperature is kept at -10°C to give a realistic feel. The chilled indoor chambers have awe-inspiring and authentic ambiance. Gear for a special and unforgettable exciting and delightful experience assisted by trained guides amidst lots of white snow.
Fees & Timings: Snow World is open all open from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm all days in week, Entry fee Rs 575 per person.
Location: Phoenix Market City of Kurla
Taraporewala Aquarium, Mumbai
It is India's oldest aquarium and one of the main tourist attractions of city. It houses marine and freshwater fisheries. Situated in the posh locality of Marine Drive, this aquarium has large tanks made with high-quality Flexi glass for clear visibility. There are sharks, sea turtles, trigger fishes, small starfish, moray eels, stingrays along with other unique species of fish. A special section of "plantation aquarium" is developed that features imported varieties of water lilies and other varieties of rare aquatic plants. Another attraction is "island aquarium, oceanarium, and an amphitheater in its tropical section.
Fees & Timings: Tarporewala Aquarium open from 10:00 am and 08:00 pm all days in week, Entry fee for adult Rs 40,students Rs 20 and child Rs 30 per head.
Location: Near Charni Road Station, Charni Road, Mumbai
Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Zoo, Mumbai
This sprawling zoo is one of the city's prominent tourist spots. It is one of the oldest and is popularly known as Byculla Zoo. There is the BhaDaji Lal museum in the premises which is made in amazing Greco-Roman Style of architecture and an equestrian statue of King Edward VII of England that is made of black marble and is popularly known as Kala Ghoda. Another attraction is the David Sassoon Clock Tower. Also known as Rani Baug, the zoo is spread over an area of more than 50 acres and houses wild animals such as lion, monkeys, crocodiles, elephants, and many more. Located at DR. B Ambedkar Marg, Byculla, East Mumbai.
Fees & Timings: Virbhai Jijabai Bhosale zoo open from 09:00 am and 06:00 pm all days in week (Wednesday close). Entry fee for adult Rs 100 and child Rs 25 per head.
Location: Byculla East, Near Byculla Railway Station, Mumbai
Worli Sea Face, Mumbai
It is a charming destination and almost 9 kilometer long stretch in Mumbai with scenic surroundings. The captivating view in this posh area of Mumbai is created by a vast expanse of pristine blue waters of the Arabian sea and Haji Ali Dargah nestled far in the waters. The picturesque surroundings, especially at night are alluring as the soft breeze touches the body. Health enthusiasts indulge in jogging and gyming at the open gym while enjoying the spectacular view. Delectable street food is available at the local stalls at this promenade. explore the nearby fishing village, visit the ancient fort, and the historical temple called the Golfa Devi Mandir.
Fees & Timings: Worli Sea Face is open 24 hours, Entry fee for vehicle 70 - 105 per Car, 110 - 165 per Tempo/LCV, 145 - 215 per Truck/Bus
Location: Western Suburbs-South Mumbai, Mumbai
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