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Holiday Destination: Mumbai

Mumbai is one of the most happening cities in India. It is the Las Vegas of India. Mumbai is known as much for its throbbing night life as it is famous for being the busiest and economically prosperous city of India. Mumbai is a busy metropolis, nevertheless, it is a tourist hot-spot because of its energy and vigor. Dubbed as the commercial capital of India, the city is home to some of India's largest corporate houses. The city also has a multi-million dollar film-making industry. If there is ever a place other than Hollywood which attracts tourists because of glamour business, then it has to be Mumbai. Popularly referred to as Bollywood, Mumbai film industry is not only big but also very charismatic. Every year a number of Hindi pot-boilers are produced here. The tourist attractions and excursions of Bombay provide them with numerous alternatives for having fun. In this article, we have covered the main tourist places situated near Mumbai, where you can go, relax and enjoy!


Summer- Max 33.3 ° C, Min 22.7° C; Winter- Max. 29.5° C, Min. 19.4° C

Tourist Season

October and March


There are numerous respectable accommodations available here with world class facilities and services. Hotels are available

General Information Of Mumbai

Area: 440 sq. km Altitude: Sea-level Temperature: Summer- Max 33.3 ° C, Min 22.7° C; Winter- Max. 29.5° C, Min. 19.4° C Rainfall: 212 cms Best Season: Throughout the year Clothing: Summer- Cottons; Winter- Light woollens

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Mumbai


Gateway of Iinia

The visit of King George V and Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar in 1911 when Delhi became capital of India. Situated at the Apollo Bunder, the gateway holds greater historical significance. The monument is complete with four turrets and intricate latticework carved into the yellow basalt stone.



Marine Drive

Marine Drive is also the main thoroughfare linking Malabar Hills to the southernmost points of Colaba, Cuffe Parade, Nariman Point and Fort. Overlooking the Marine Drive are the beautiful Kamala Nehru Park - atop Malabar Hills with wonderfully cut hazes and roomy walkways; and the Hanging Gardens - built during the early 1880s over Mumbai's main reservoir at the top of the Malabar Hills.


Juhu Beach

Arabian Sea. It is one of the largest beaches in the world. The sand of the 5 km long beach in silver coloured. The ideal time for sea bathing is from Oct to May, however the water is dirty.

Prince of Wales Museum

Mughal and Rajput style of miniature paintings along with collections of art section deserve special mention. Various sculptures of Elephanta, Gandhar and Amaravati along-with specimens of the Chalukya and Rashtrakut periods are displayed here. Here one can see Yakshi statue of Bengal of 1st century BC, weapons made from porcelain and ivory, the funeral tower of silence of the Parsis in miniature model. The collections of Tata family specially those of Rat an Tata are also displayed in the museum.

Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus

Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus that the first train rolled out towards Thane - and with its celebrated Gothic architecture, it manages to transport visitors to a bygone era.

Hanging Gardens

Hanging gardens was built in the early 1880, atop the Malabar Hills. The garden provide splendour view of the setting sun over the Arabian Sea.


Chowpatty is perhaps the most famous beach of Mumbai, flooded by the usual hustle and bustle of roadside vendors, screaming kids, Ferris wheels, pony rides, wayside astrologers, monkey shows, Moreover, the bhelpuri shops and sometimes the film shoot or a street play also adds to the festive atmosphere of the beach.

Haji Ali Mosque

The mosque has a tomb of the Muslim saint Haji Ali. People from all religions come here, since they believe that all their wishes will be fulfilled upon a visit here. The mosque is known for its typical Islamic architecture.

Film City

The Film City of India. Bollywood, the Hindi Film Industry, is generally taken for the entire film industry of India.



By Road

Mumbai by the frequent State Transport buses connecting Mumbai to other neighboring cities, towns and states. Chattrapathi Shivaji Terminal and Dadar are important bus terminals amongst others.



By Air

Mumbai is India's international gateway and has the busiest domestic air network in the country. The Sahara International Airport is 30km north of the city center.



By Rail

Mumbai is a prominent railway hub of the country. It is the headquarters to two railway zones, central and western. While Central Railways handles services to the east and south.

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