Tourist Places in Mumbai

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Mumbai, which is the capital of Maharashtra, is known as ‘the city of dreams’. Many tourist attractions will appeal you to visit the place again and again. From the common street food taste to the gleaming Bollywood, the city is just going to leave you open-mouthed.

Gateway of India: The Gateway of India is a landmark that denotes India’s main ports and is a noteworthy vacation destination for guests who touch base in India surprisingly. At a certain point in time, this landmark spoke to the greatness of the British Raj in India. A most loved spot for visitors, these days, and this landmark pulls in vendors, food stalls and also the photography buffs. The passing of the First Battalion of the Somerset Light Infantry; was recorded as the primary headliner that occurred at the Gateway of India.

Marine Drive: Are you a person who wants to sit back and relax from your busy day in a city that never sleeps? This is one of the most breath-taking places which calm your soul with the silence and beauty of the Arabian sea is the Marine Drive. It is a 4 km long promenade that lights up at night and looks like Queens Necklace. Because of the streetlights that make the road look like a pearl necklace.

Colaba Causeway Market- Colaba Causeway is also known as Shahid Bhagat Singh Road. If you are a shopping kind of person then this place is for you. Along with the small shops of garments, shoes and other materials to big boutiques all available in this market. You should know how to bargain and get some good stuff home.

Elephanta Caves- The perfect place to indicate the Indian Culture and architecture is the Elephanta Caves. It is built with solid rocks and delicately sculptured idols. There are seven caves present. The first big cave is made up of rock-cut stone sculptures dedicated to Lord Shiva. Further, there are six small caves with rock-cut sculptures representing Buddhism. 

Haji Ali: The structure of Haji Ali was on an arrangement of high rising rocks and was given its present day shape in the mid-nineteenth century after the Trust was lawfully framed as an element in 1916. Haji Ali Dargah is the complex that holds the tomb of the Muslim Saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari (R.A.). Alongside the tomb, there is likewise a Masjid at Haji Ali. This landmark has been the sentinel to the shores of Mumbai for quite a while. The structure has white vaults and minarets reminiscent of the Mughal architecture of the period and is a prominent historical monument of Mumbai

Elephanta Caves: Towards the northern end of Marine Drive lies one of the most seasoned seafronts called Chowpatty Beach, which is acclaimed for its bazaars and dinners.  Here one can find hundreds of salesmen are seen walking over the shoreline to sell various items of things, particularly on Sunday nighttimes. One can see stalls highlighting fast food and snacks, like Bhel Puri, Pav Bhaji, and so forth are set up in the territory each and every day. Going further down the path, is Walkeshwar, an exceptionally well-off and elegant range that gets its name from the popular and very loved Walkeshwar Temple.

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