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Mumbai, the commercial capital of India is one of the most developed cities of India. Mumbai is the booming capital city of Mahrashtra with its beautiful range of attractions for its visitors coming from all around the globe. From nature lovers to science addicts to the common tourists the city of dreams, Mumbai has something special to offer to every single traveler. Today, Mumbai is a city of migrants. People from all over the country and world have come and settled here. This gives the society of Mumbai a multi-lingual and multi-cultural hue.


Gateway of India Attractions in Mumbai
» Gateway of India : Gateway of India is a 26 m high stone archway, the first landmark of Mumbai a visitor sees when arriving by ship. Designed by Writtet in the 16th century Gujarat style, it was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911. You will also find an equestrain staue of Chhatrapati Shivaji and statue of Swami Vivekhanda which have been installed here.

» Chowpatty Beach : If you have not been to this place then you have missed the real charm of Mumbai. Chowpatty Beach is the real thunder of Mumbai. People gather here, for celebration of festivals such as Coconut Day and the Ganesh Chaturthi immersions. Besides little kiosks selling Bombay's special snacks, Bhelpuri & Kulfi (local ice cream) one can find professional massesurs, pony leaders, beebee-gun shooting galleries, contortionists, snake charmers, monkey-trainers, balloon sellers, flower-girls and lots more. On the beach are statues of India's freedom fighters, Lokmanya Tilak and Vithalbhai Patel who symbolise the freedom struggle. We provide mumbai holiday package.

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» Prince of Wales Museum : The Prince of Wales Museum was also built to honour King George’s visit. The construction of the museum is based on the Indo -Saracenic style of architecture and was successfully completed in 1923. The Prince of Wales Museum exhibits various areas like the art and paintings, archeology and natural history.

» Malabar Hill : The classiest area of Mumbai, Malabar Hill has attractive residences, including the Chief Minister's house and a palatial state guest house. Here also, are the ruins of Walkeshwar temple build sometime between 810 and 1260 AD. It is believed that lord Rama on his way to rescue Sita from the clutches of Ravana, stopped here and made a Shiva Lingam (phallic totem) out of sand to worship Lord Shiva.

» Marine Drive : uilt in the 1920s, Marine Drive runs along the shoreline of the Arabian Sea from Nariman Point to the foot of Malabar Hill. It is Mumbai’s most famous highway and a favourite hangout for watching the sunset. Lined on the landward side by a crescent of crumbling Art Deco buildings, it is lit up at night prompting the onlookers to dub it the Queen’s Necklace.

Chowpatty Beach » Jehangir Art Gallery : Its heaven on Earth for all the art lovers. The gallery is located in the compound of the Prince of Wales Museum and comprises of an Auditorium and an exhibition hall. The gallery presents the works of modern Indian artists. Besides being the venue for art exhibitions in Mumbai the Jehangir Art Gallery conducts other art activities for the promotion of a national movement in contemporary visual arts.


Getting There
» By Air : Mumbai has the busiest domestic air network in the country. The international terminal is at Sahar, which is 30 km north of the city center. The domestic terminal at Santa Cruz is just 4 km away.

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» By Rail : Mumbai is a major railway junction of the country. It is the headquarters to two railway zones, Central and Western. The main railway station is Victoria Terminal, now renamed Chattrapati Shivaji Terminal. Other railway stations are Dadar, Churchgate, and Kurla. The Railheads of Mumbai are easily accessible from any part of India.

» By Road : There are two major north-south highways running through Bombay, cross connected by other roads at various points. Mumbai is well-connected with major destinations in Maharashtra and neighboring states through road.





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