Top 10 Must Visit Tourist Attractions in Mumbai (City of Dreams)

Lodging India’s most productive film industry; a portion of Asia’s greatest slum just as world’s most costly homes alongside the biggest tropical woods in an urban zone, the city genuinely reflects the assorted variety that India is known for. Not just this, the city can fill pages after pages with regards to the rich history and it can give wherever in the nation a decent keep running for the cash with regards to nightlife. The main concern is Mumbai is really a spot to find in India, something that will connect with your recollections for quite a long time after the visit too. There is something for everybody and in enough amount to explode one’s psyche! Right away, let me share with you a rundown of top 10 spots to visit in Mumbai, so on the off chance that you are arranging a trek to this activity stuffed city, you don’t pass up a great opportunity even on one part of it.

Best time to visit Mumbai

The predominant season in Mumbai is the monsoon. But rain or sunshine, Mumbai is frequented by tourists all year round. monsoon is an excellent time for you to plan weekend getaways or road trips to various hill stations around.

How to reach Mumbai

By Air: The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport lies about 30 km north of the city. The Santa Cruz Domestic Airport is about 4.5 KM from the international airport and 26 KM north of the city.

By Train: Mumbai is very well connected to rest of India by trains. Trains traveling from Central, East and West India arrive at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, or VT as it used to be called. Trains from the North arrive at Mumbai Central Station.

By Road: Buses from other states arrive at the Mumbai Central Bus Station. Most of the inter-Maharashtra buses arrive at this station as well, although those running from Pune and Nasik arrive at the ASIAD bus stand near Dadar railway station.

Now Coming to top attractions, here are the must-see places in Mumbai…

1. Gateway of India

Gateway of India is the significant milestone of Mumbai City. Worked in the Twentieth Century to recognize the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai. Situated at the tip of Apollo Bunder, the portal ignores the Mumbai harbor that is flanked by the Arabian Sea in the Colaba locale. Portal of India is established of an extensive curve, with a tallness of 26m and is done in Indo-Saracenic style. In any case, in the event that one looks carefully, hints of Muslim structural styles can likewise be found in the building.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week

Distance from Mumbai Central: 7 KM

Ideal for:  History, Photography, Architecture

Entry fee: NA

2. Elephanta Caves

The caverns are said to be one of the most established shake cut structures in the nation and are an ideal case of bygone Indian workmanship related to the religion of Lord Shiva. It is figured that the caverns were decorated with models between in sixth or the eighth century. The island on which the caverns are constructed was initially known as Gharapuri and is a tranquil and beautiful island with green foliage and innocuous primates. The three-headed Shiva design called Maheshmurti is the principle fascination of this island. Aside from it, the figures of Shiva, in the ‘Shiva Nataraja’ and ‘Ardhanarishvara’ shapes are additionally worth seeing in Elephanta Caves.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week except Monday; 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Distance from Mumbai Central: 7 KM + Ferry Ride

Ideal for:  History, Photography

Entry fee: INR 10/Indian & INR 250/Foreigner

3. Juhu Beach

Presumably a standout amongst the most visited places in Mumbai, Juhu Beach is arranged in Vile Parle. Juhu Beach wakes up for the most part at night, when individuals from varying backgrounds visit here to appreciate dusk, play in the water and treat their taste buds with road sustenance like Bhel Puri and Pav Bhaji.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week

Distance from Mumbai Central: 24 KM

Ideal for: Photography, Relaxation

Entry fee: NA

4. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST)

Otherwise called Victorian Gothic, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) style building is arranged in the core of Mumbai City. Much the same as the Gateway of India, CST is a significant milestone of Mumbai. Announced a ‘World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2004, Victoria Terminus was worked in 1888 and till today remain as a standout amongst the best instances of Gothic style design in India. It is additionally one of the busiest railroad stations in Mumbai.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week

Distance from Mumbai Central: 5 KM

Ideal for:  History, Photography, Architecture

Entry fee: NA

5. Film City

Situated close Sanjay Gandhi National Park in the region of Aarey Colony in Goregaon is likely the most well-known spot in Mumbai. Otherwise called Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagri, Film City is spread crosswise over 520 sections of land and is absolutely a fantasy world. It is said that the spot is large to the point that right around 1000 sets can be put at the same time here. The primary feature of the Film City is genuine like sets, which incorporate phony lakes, wellsprings, mountains, gardens houses, cookout spots, urban areas, and towns.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week

Distance from Mumbai Central: 7 KM

Ideal for:  History, Photography

Entry fee: One should have to take prior permission to visit Film City; INR 599/Person

6. Marine Drive

This place of interest has likewise been called Sonapur by local people of the city. Marine Drive is a 3km significant lot that joins Nariman Point to Babulnath and is arranged at the foot of Malabar Hill. Extensive hordes of individuals result in these present circumstances spot to walk along the walkway and to see the setting sun at nightfall. Marine Drive is likewise alluded to as ‘Ruler’s accessory’ in light of the fact that the road lights make the street resemble a pearl necklace and make a deception of a neckband when seen during the evening from a raised point. Towards the northern end of Marine Drive lies one of the most established shorelines in Mumbai, Chowpatty Beach, which is celebrated for its bazaars and inexpensive food and snacks, for example, Bhel Puri, Pav Bhaji, and so on.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week

Distance from Mumbai Central: 5 KM

Ideal for: Photography, Foodies.

Entry fee: NA

7. Prince of Wales Museum

Otherwise called Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, the historical center is a standout amongst the most mainstream spots to find in Mumbai. Ruler of Wales Museum was worked in the mid-twentieth century and features a few accumulations of antiquated fine arts, figures and ancient rarities in its displays. Customary shows and addresses on a few points are held inside here. The historical center is done in Indi-Saracenic style of engineering and is circumscribed by sumptuous green patio nurseries. There are three unique pieces of the galleries: Natural history area, Archeology segment and Art segment where endless types of craftsmanship and ancient rarities from India, Tibet, Nepal, and other far eastern nations are saved.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week; 10:15 am to 6:00 pm

Distance from Mumbai Central: 6 KM

Ideal for:  History, Photography

Entry fee: INR 70/Indian & INR 500/Foreigner

8. Shree Siddhivinayaka Temple

Presumably, a standout amongst the most wonderful sanctuaries arranged in Mumbai, the Siddhivinayak sanctuary is certainly an absolute necessity find in the city. Consistently, in excess of 20000 lovers crowd the sanctuary to offer their petitions at the sanctuary and on Tuesday exceptional ‘puja’ and ‘darshan’ happens. Bollywood famous people as well, visit Siddhivinayak to look for endowments. When one visits this spot, they can appreciate the sanctuary’s old style of engineering and its numerous highlights.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week; 5:30 am to 9:50 pm

Distance from Mumbai Central: 8 KM

Ideal for:  pilgrimage

Entry fee: NA

9. Essel World

Figured to be one of the primary entertainment meccas in India, Essel World in Mumbai is a spot for everybody. Arranged in Gorai Island, Essel World is one of the greatest event congregations with its enormous foundation and a few energizing dries and wet rides. The recreation center stays open throughout the entire year and fun exercises that can be appreciated here incorporate ice skating, moving, and bowling. The recreation center has a few rides that take into account all age gatherings and furthermore, there are roads for shopping and nourishment courts for individuals searching for a comprehensive encounter.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week; 10:30 am to 6:30 pm

Distance from Mumbai Central: 70 KM

Ideal for:  Adventure, Water sports

Entry fee: INR 949/Adults (Height above 4’6″)

INR 699/Children (Height between 3’3″ & 4’6″)

INR 399/Senior Citizens (Age above 60 years)

10. Chor Bazaar

One of the most seasoned markets in Mumbai, Chor Bazaar (Thieves’ Market) has an interesting history that goes back to more than 150 years. Situated in South Mumbai, Chor Bazaar is a spot to discover stolen products, similarly as the name recommends. You will more often than not discover shopaholics thronging here as the merchandise can be purchased here at disposable costs. From collectibles to Victorian furnishings and style to hardware, a wide cluster of merchandise is accessible in this interesting business sector.

Opening day & Time: Open all days of the week except Friday; 11:00 am to 7:30 pm

Distance from Mumbai Central: 3 KM

Ideal for:  Shopaholic

Entry fee: NA

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