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Best Places to visit in Mumbai in 2019

January 4, 2019 177 0 0

Mumbai is considered as the city of dreams for most of the people be it in any profession. Mumbai is the cinema capital of India and one of most important dock city for seaways import and export. Mumbai is known for its diversity and quality of life people get to live in Mumbai.

Mumbai is one of the cities that creates the maximum revenue from the travel and tourism Industries. Right from ancient to historic to modern age marvels can be found in Mumbai. Here is one of the biggest cities in India, Mumbai has at least 100 good spots or sights to be visited. Here is a list of the 12 most popular place you should visit if you go to Mumbai.

1.Marine drive

Marine drive is considered one of the most romantic places in the world. According to me, it is the best place to take your loved one to spend quality time. Imagine Land’s end, rainy season and you can have a walk around this wonderful location with your partner, friends, and even family. It is also called as “Queen’s necklace” for its amazing lighting which looks great in the night, you can pay a visit to this heritage in dark for the amazing experience.

2. Gateway of India

If we are talking about Mumbai and we don’t talk about the Gateway of India, then it’s clearly an insult to the beauty of the place. This humongous Land frontier standing still from years is showing its gratitude to all the visitors to Mumbai from British Era. With having great structures like the Taj Hotel and Oberoi hotel in its scenario, can make your day. It’s an amazing place to visit with friends and family.

3.Bandra-Worli sea link

Imagine a bridge connecting to two land masses with making its way from an amazing sea view, It will be a great scenario to visit. Such promising scenario is available at Bandra-Worli sea link at Mumbai. To visit this place you have to get a personal four vehicle or you can get a taxi because two-wheelers and peddlers are not available at this venue. Just one thing, such sea link can be common for foreigners but in our own Country, we have this marvelous construction which has to be visited once in a lifetime.

4.Juhu Beach

Juhu beach is considered as the most talked place in Mumbai. So, what’s unique about this place it is the most talked place due to its wonderful set up in the evening. It’s a normal beach which can be available at any place but its evening setup makes it different and unique from all others. The famous Mumbai Pav bhaji and Tawa pulao are available at this place. It’s the must to visit place in the list. The best time to visit is an evening with family and friends and couples also.

 5.Siddhivinayak Temple

Ganpati Bappa Morya, is the only and first thing that comes in mind after hearing about Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai. This one of the oldest and respected temple situated exactly at the center of the city is a must religious visit in the list. It can be said that if you visit Mumbai and didn’t visit Siddhivinayak temple than your visit is incomplete. It is the best place to visit with family and friends in Mumbai. Best time can be anytime except festivals, which can create a heavy rush and can make you wait hours.

6.Haji Ali Dargah

Remember Singham returns, the iconic scene when bajirao Singham pays a visit to Haji Ali Dargah and mentions that no one returns without blessings. Such is the importance of Haji Ali Dargah. It’s situated like an island in the waters, which becomes isolated during high tide in waters. Imagine a complete Dargah, with qawwali happening around you is just mind-blowing. Everyone can pay a visit to this place.

 7. Elephanta Caves

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Elephanta Caves is an example of shake cut craftsmanship and design from the seasons of medieval India. The caverns are situated on Elephanta Island which is arranged at a separation of 11 km from the city of Mumbai. Locally known as Gharapurichi Leni, the Elephanta Caves that exist today are remnants of what were once intricately painted works of art. It additionally gives an astounding perspective of the Mumbai horizon.

 8. Victoria Terminus

Victoria Terminus, a previous name for the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, is a cutting-edge railway station in the clamoring capital city of the western territory of India, Maharashtra. The superb structure is a great delineation of the Victorian-Gothic style of engineering in India. Truth be told, the railroad station is pronounced as a World Heritage Site under UNESCO. The station is continually clamoring with the hints of the metro city and local people. It could be clamor and group for some, yet some still figure out how to discover vivacious hues and music in the bustling Victoria Terminus. It is a standout amongst the most well-known verifiable tourist spots in the nation that symbolizes the pre-freedom India.

 9. Fashion Street

Are you a shopaholic? Want to be in new trend fashion, but can’t spend more on new things? Don’t worry I am not talking about any scheme or any shopping site here we are talking about Mumbai’s Fashion Street. For all shopping addicts this is your heaven, just go and finish the stocks as soon as possible where you can get airplane at a price of a cycle also but you should have the talent of bargaining.

 10.  Goregaon Film City

We all know the famous television Drama “Taarak Mehta Ka ooltah chashmah” and questioned everywhere is this shoot or where is this place, then your answer is Goregaon Film city. It is the home of many television sets and locations with an amazing backdrop of mountains. A person is charged an amount of 1000 rupees for a trip of this filmy world with a bus journey and available guide.

Apart from all these places if you have more time and energy try visiting Colaba causeway (if you take interest of social problems and activist), karjat adventure sports and Sanjay Gandhi National park.

Mumbai is so big and vast that you cannot see the whole city in one trip, so keep going to Mumbai and discover the precious jewel of India.

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