Top 10 Mumbai Attractions

Mumbai the city of dreams is not just monetary capital of country but it has some heritage sites which are worth visiting.It also has some beautiful places which you can’t find in the rest of the country.The list goes as:

1> Shree Siddhivinayak Temple:

sidhivinayak

The Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ganesh. It is located in Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra. It is one of the richest temples in Mumbai.Daily people in large number’s visit the temple.

Location: Prabhadevi, Mumbai

2> Gateway of India:

gateway of india

The Gateway of India is a heritage monument that was built by the British. It is located in South Mumbai, the monument overlooks the Arabian Sea. The gateway has also been referred to as the Taj Mahal of Mumbai, and is among the city’s top tourist attraction.

Location: South Mumbai.

3> Dhobi Ghat Mahalaxmi:

Dhobi Ghat Mahalaxmi

Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat is consider an open-air laundromat with over 200 dhobis washing their clothes on the stone.It is just five min. walk from mahalaxmi station.It is popular tourist attraction for foreigners visiting mumbai for 1st time.

Location: Mahalaxmi.

4> Haji Ali:

Haji Ali

The Haji Ali Dargah is a mosqueand dargah located in Worli in the south Mumbai. In the heart of the city  the dargah is one of the most recognisable landmarks of Mumbai city.

Location: Worli, Dadar.

5> Elephanta island:

Elephanta island

This is a popular tourist attraction because of island caves, The Elephanta caves that is carved out of a huge rock.It can be easily accessible by ferry from gateway of India.

Location: South Mumbai.

6> ISKON Temple:

iskcon mumbai

It is the most beautiful temple of Lord Krishna in the city.It has people coming here in large numbers to get the blessings of Lord Krishna.

Location: Mumbai.

7> EsselWorld   Borivali:

essel world

It is India Disney Land. The amusement park is located in Gorai,Borivali. The park is one of its kind in the city which provides enjoyment to  all ages.

Location: Borivali, North Mumbai.

8> Global Vipassana Pagoda:

pagoda mumbai

It is a monument of peace and harmony in Mumbai.The center of the Global Vipassana Pagoda contains the world’s largest stone dome built without any supporting pillars.

Location: Borivali, North Mumbai.

9> Colaba Causeway:

colaba causeway

It is assumed to be a shopper’s paradise in mumbai. One can get a good taste of clothes out here.

Location South Mumbai.

10> Marine Drive:

marine drive

Also known as Queen’s Necklace.Is located in south mumbai. A popular tourist spot for viewing sunset in mumbai. Mumbai looks best from this point during sunset.

Location: South Mumbai.

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