City of Ideas, Mumbai. Who doesn’t want to come here? There are many things in Mumbai that attract people and pull them to this city. Now that you have already come to Mumbai, let us know what are the things that you should not forget to do in Mumbai.
1. Haji Ali Masjid
Haji Ali Mosque is a popular tourist spot located in the Worli Sea Zone of Mumbai. Located on a rock in the middle of the sea, this mosque is linked to the coast via a long artificial ghat from which a crowd of pilgrims leads to the dargah. A person of any faith, caste, or ethnicity must encounter the Haji Ali Dargah in his lifetime at least once.
2. Mumbai sea link
Bandra-Worli Sea Link is Mumbai ‘s major and most recent attraction. That further enhances Mumbai ‘s pride. A hanging bridge lets drivers determine, in 10 minutes, the gap between Worli and Bandra. This bridge offers a stunning view of the Arab Sea.
3. Victoria terminus
VT station, also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Station, has long been a major Mumbai commercial hub. There’s a crowd of urban youth here and the region’s pavements and subways have many important things like electronic devices, computer stores, and clothing shops.
4. Nehru museum and Planetarium
Mumbai’s Planetarium is one of its kind in India and kids can definitely enjoy that place. The planetarium and museum are said to be ideal for an afternoon walk for people of all ages and are located near the Haji Ali Juice Center and the famous Atariya Mall.
5. Fashion street
For those people living in cities near Mumbai, the linking road to Mumbai’s Fashion Street in Bandra. Fashion Street is a long line of street vendors at affordable prices offering specialty clothing, footwear, and accessories.
6. Marine drive
Come over here at night when the light covers the sea’s natural beauty. Viewing the Mumbai skyline from Marine Drive at night is unforgettable. Marine Drive has some expensive brand shops as well as unique hand-held stores.
7. Gateway of India
Gateway of India, situated in Colaba, Mumbai, is an architectural wonder and is about eight floors tall. Keeping in mind both the Hindu and Muslim architectural styles, it was designed in 1911 to commemorate the King’s visit. A trip to Mumbai is incomplete without taking a picture in the background with India’s Gateway.
8. Juhu Beach
Throughout the country, visitors love the beach because it is also a gastronomic paradise hosting stalls serving lip-smacking street food. One of the best excursion spots, it’s also a great place to relax and enjoy Mumbai’s sunset. This beach is one of the best places and suburban attractions to date, especially during weekends and public holidays when it comes to eateries too. Some of them to be mentioned are Pani puri, Baraf Gola (ice candy), Chana masala, Biryani Pulav, and much more for those junk food lovers.
9. Bandra street shopping
All who like branded goods shopping should go shopping at Bandra streets. Gone are the days when it was assumed that the items purchased from shopping along Mumbai ‘s roads would last no longer than six months. Today these street vendors are starting to deliver prices to compete with retail traders.
10. Ice bar
Mumbai does not have cold weather. Nowadays, one experiences cold here but the temperature is still not reaching the unit mark. The temperature of 21 ° F is a welcome change from the warm tropical climate in Andheri, Mumbai. Wear a parka (sports jacket) and borrow gloves and stay in the ice bar for an evening.
11. Climb gilbert hill
Gilbert Hill Mumbai is called the Toe of Gilbert because it looks like a 200-foot high extremity rising out of the hills. This ancient column is one of the oldest basalt formations on earth at the age of 66 million.
12. Mall culture
Some of India’s leading malls are in Mumbai, offering some unique items that fit any budget. Some malls such as the Palladium at Phoenix Mill in Lower Parel and Inorbit Mall in Vashi and Malad where the world-famous brand of clothes, electronics, and sports equipment is available should not be missed.
13. Central park
Inspired by the Central Park in New York, a theme park is being developed at Kharghar in Navi Mumbai, Mumbai ‘s satellite city, on the brink of completion. The park spreads across 80 hectares and is the region’s largest. Walking in Kharghar Central Park isn’t an easy thing to do and there are plenty of attractions, monuments, and activities to visit.
14. Dharavi leather shopping
Dharavi is regarded as the biggest slum in Asia and this is real. Known for many years of good and bad, Dharavi has appeared all over the world in one region-affordable leather shopping-in in the last few years. In Mumbai, most people swear by the durability of the products sold here. If you’re not an Indian, be careful, Dharavi shopkeepers often try to make money out of the people of the west. So take a friend with you.
15. Sahara market
Walking to City Market from Fort’s Victoria Terminus is possible. The popular Haji Ali Market in Tardeo is just across from the Haji Ali Mosque lane. One can purchase an iPad, iPod, mp3 player, laptop, etc. What could be better than this, in Mumbai, which is popular for bargaining, you can even bargain for those branded pieces.
16. Colaba causeway market
If Mumbai is where fashion begins in India, then Colaba Causeway is where shopping starts. Not only that, but the street shopping here is also so common that very few people come to the region’s brand showrooms, because of which the company is not operating much here. The best way to get to know the Causeway and its surroundings is by walking.
17. Elephanta caves
Elephanta Caves is an architectural marvel, extending over 60,000 square feet. Accredited as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this site has impressive rock-cut caves that represent the worship of Lord Shiva and can only be reached by ferries from India’s Gateway, and is one of the best things to do in southern Mumbai. It is one of Mumbai’s loveliest activities that will fill your heart with peace. The main temple dedicated to Shiva is a fascinating latticework of courtyards, halls, pillars, and shrines. The principal attraction here is a 6m-high Sadhashiva statue depicting Shiva as the destroyer, creator and preserver of the universe.
18. A flying trip over Mumbai
Flying over Mumbai and having an aerial tour of the city is a smart way to scout the city, save time and avoid traffic along the road. An exciting joyride of a helicopter over the city’s popular landmarks next to the pilot can be an innovative option to get the city’s best panoramic view in its full glory.
19. Adrenaline Pumping Kayaking Experience
Kayaking picked up mostly on the Mumbai travel circuit from the various adventure activities in Mumbai due to its widespread and easy availability. Kayaking, an extremely de-stressing practice where you paddle through the serenity of Maharashtra ‘s numerous water bodies to discover nature ‘s countless gifts in different shades.
20. Celebrity homes
Mumbai is no doubt home to many Bollywood stars. The bling of Bollywood can often be seen in malls and shopping complexes or you can also go on a separate walk to see some of the popular Bollywood houses.