Top 5 travel places in Mumbai (2021)

Hello travelers! Planning for Mumbai trip? We know! And that’s why we are here to help you find best 5 travel places in Mumbai in your expecting cost!

As a traveler you know, how much it’s tough to cover whole city for a short trip. Suppose you visited some places and leave the city, but after leaving you come to know that, you miss the main travel places of the city! We understand dear, how much it hurts traveler. That’s why we are here to inform you about the top 5 travel places of Mumbai in our sense!

At first let’s know some information about Mumbai-

Mumbai is the blood circulation of India, formerly called Bombay. India’s largest city is the capital of Maharashtra. Indian famous film industry ‘Bollywood’ which is now becoming famous over the world is built around this city.

The city is also called ‘city of dream’ or ‘Mayanagari’. It’s most busy city of India where everyone is running after fulfilling their dreams. 

It’s financial centre of India. It has the highest number of million and billionaires among all cities in India.

Let’s know now about the places one by one for which you are waiting!

1. Gateway of India

gateway of india
gateway of india
Location: Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/7FCAJUppiLqkZokG6

 

One of the famous architectural monuments of India built during the 20th century. King George V and Queen Mary visited Apollo Bandar, India in 1911. The monument is a historical creature erected to commemorate their landing.

It’s the city’s top tourist attraction because of its architectural beauty which formed in Indo-Saracen style. It’s referred as ‘Taj Mahal’ of Mumbai. The monument was the entrance to enter into India for British Viceroys.

The monument is surrounded by another of Mumbai’s tourist attraction, the Marine Drive, facing the vast Arabian Sea. You can enjoy sightseeing also! So, don’t miss this travel places in mumbai to visit

Entry Fee: Free

Timing: All days of week. 24 hrs available

2.Elephanta Caves

A Architect of Elephanta Caves - Travel Places in Mumbai
Architect of Elephanta Caves
Location: Gharupuri, Maharashtra 400094, India
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/d5KZ3n3KkgcwSGJb7

 

Elephanta Caves, UNESCO World Heritage Site is called as the ‘city of caves’ situated on an island in the sea of Oman close to Bombay. There are some cave temples dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva

Indian Rock Art has found perfectly here, especially on main cave. Architect of this island express the rich cultural past. These caves were constructed about the mid5th-6th century AD. Sculptures represent different form of Lord Shiva. ‘Trimurti’ theme or beliefs of Hindu religion is beautifully present here through architectural pattern.

The combination of aesthetic beauty and sculptural art will definitely taking you in divine feelings.

If you are of Hindu religion or you are interested to know about the Hindu religious beliefs, and you are a lover of ancient architecture, must visit the place.

Entry Fees: Rs.10 per person for Indians

                      Rs.250 per person for foreigners

Opening and Closing Time: All days of a week (except Monday)

                                                           9.00AM-5.00PM

3. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
Location: DN Road Mumbai CST Area, Mumbai 400001 India.
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Gkn7FbHUEYkqR4Cr5

 

The place is formerly known as Victoria Terminus Station is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This building is designed by F.W. Stevens. It is one of finest functional Railway Station buildings of the world. It’s one of the best pieces of Victorian Gothic Architecture.

The station has 18 platforms. 7 are for local connections, remaining 11 are for long distance connections. 

You may think why a Railway Station is important to visit!

Let me clear. It’s not only a Railway Station, its heart of Mumbai. Its architectural beauty is the main attraction to the visitors.

The royal entrance gates carry two columns. One column is crowned with Lion which representing Great Britain, and another is representing India through Tiger. Sandstone and Limestone are mainly used to form the structure.

Entry Fee: Free

Opening and Closing Time: 12.00AM-12.00PM (all days of week)

4. Marine Drive

A natural view of Marine Drive, Mumbai
Marine Drive, Mumbai
Location: Chowpatty, South Mumbai.
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/2TWHquhQGz23YWvZ9

 

Marine Drive, Mumbai popularly known as Chowpatty Beach is start at the southern end of Nariman Point and ends at Girgaum Chowpatty.

At night when the coastline lights up, it seems like ‘Queen’s Necklace’. You can enjoy sunset here with different scenic view here. People come to walk here in the evening to enjoy sunset. If you stay in near hotel, don’t miss late night sceneries.

Think once, its mid night, you are standing on beautiful bridge in front of sea. A cup of Tea is in your hand! Only the sound of the waves is continuing. Gentle breezes are flowing around you. Oh! What a feelings!

This is one of the most romantic spots of Mumbai. Dating back to the early 1920’s and 1930’s, the place was identified as a royal place. Many Persian houses and buildings were added more beauty in the place. From which some are still remaining. Some are transformed in new form.

Guys never skip this travel places in mumbai to visit! And don’t miss the sunset!

Entry Fees: Free

Opening and Closing Time: 24 hours available. (24×7)

 

5. Red Carpet Wax Museum

Front of Red Carpet Wax Museum
Red Carpet Wax Museum
Location: R City mall, 1, LBS Marg, Amrut Nagar, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400086, India.
Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/Rwn3tWtZCHJQKavY6

 

Red Carpet! Can you guess anything? Yess! It’s about meeting with celebrities which will give you true Red Carpet event! We all have dreamt to meet with our favorite celebrity once in our life and take pictures. But we all also know that, it’s so tough. But you know what? This Red Carpet Wax Museum is giving you the chance! How? You will found here beautiful wax statues of your favorite celebrities in their special style which are looking absolutely same as real persons! You can take pictures with them as you want. Every statue is surrounded by its theme and has its own ambience along with props for one to pose and click pictures.

Just imagine, you are standing beside Barak Obama or Brad Pitt!

Red Carpet Wax Museum is first International and Interactive Wax Museum in India.

Entry Fees: Rs.300 per person

Opening and Closing Time: 11.00am-10.00pm (all days of week).

Thanks to read this article at the end. Wish you Happy Travelling.

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