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MUMBAI: City which don’t sleep

Mumbai is one of the dream city “ Aye, Dil hai mushkil Jeena yahan Zara hat ke Zara bach ke, yeh hai Bombay meri Jaan” these lines of the film CID merely define the saddest and dark part of Mumbai. But if you ask Mumbaikars what you hate about this city most of the tum will say nothing. Mumbai the capital city of India / city of dream where thousands of people come here for fulfilling their dreams. Yes it has a 3×4 house but you will never feel alone because at midnight also you will find someone and the next thing will happen is you will end up discussing politics, career, livelihood almost everything, if not human the hug sea is with you taking all your tears silently and give peace to your mind and heart for a new challenge because Mumbai Kabhi soti nhi hai. But hey it’s great if you are planning to go on vacation. For making your trip to Mumbai convenient I will tell you about places to visit in Mumbai.

Juhu Beach, Mumbai

First, the picture of Mumbai comes in your mind is sea, seashore, beach. Juhu beach is one of them this place is open 24×7 every day. For feeling the sea, you should visit here. You can visit here with your friends for fun or with your date enjoying the sunset in the drizzling sea.

Marine Drive, Mumbai

You must have listened to Marine drive any time and must have seen in almost every film. People setting in the walkway and relaxing, couples sitting and enjoying the sunset and making a promise. It’s an ideal place for relaxing.

Gateway of India

Gateway of India was built in 1924 and no doubt its a hotspot of tourism in Mumbai. It overlooking the Arabian Sea on the Apollo Bunder. The construction was undertaken by the famous architect George Wittet, to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai. The imposing structure of the monument is a beautiful confluence of Indian, Arabic, and Western architecture and has become a popular tourist hub in the city. It is also the starting point of a number of ferry services that ply to the historic Elephanta Caves.

Colaba Causeway

Colaba causeway is a place for shoppingholic people you will find here super exciting accessories, clothes, home decoration things, most popularly earings, and many more.  If you do feel like munching or drinking here are a number of restaurants that offer great food and booze at very affordable prices and Cafe Leopold and Cafe Mondegar are pretty much the best. Even after the terrorist attack causeway stood up beautifully and quickly.

Siddhivinayak Temple

Siddhivinayak is Lord Ganesh temple and very frequently visited located in Prabhadevi. This temple is visited by people on daily basis especially on Wednesday it is very crowded. Siddhivinayak temple is one of the richest temples in India. The wooden doors to the sanctum are carved with images of the Lord. The inner roof which is plated with gold has the central sculpture of Ganesha.

Haji Ali Dargah

Haji Ali Dargah is surrounded by sea all sides on all sides. Every person from any belief comes here for seeking blessings. At night it’s view lighten up fully surrounded by sea and nothing else, it is a beautiful illustration of Indian – Russian architecture.  As per Islamic customs, there are different praying rooms for ladies and gents.

Elephanta caves

It is an island located 11km away from Mumbai.  Elephanta caves are UNESCO heritage sites, a specimen of rock-cut art, and medieval Indian architecture. To reach here you will get a ride from Gateway of India. This collection of cave temples dates back to the 5th to 7th centuries and most of them are dedicated to Lord Shiva. There are two groups of alcoves in the site of the Elephanta Caves, the first is a large group of five Hindu caves and the second one is a smaller group of two Buddhist caves.

Film City Mumbai

As our Bollywood is in Mumbai Filmy City plays a very essential roll in our Indian Film. All those sets, it’s merely impossible to differentiate between reality and fakeness here. You can visit sets that depict foreign locations right here in Mumbai, or learn the nuances of acting at the live movie shoot tours. A land where it is difficult to differentiate between reality and dreams, Film City is a must-visit for all movie buffs.

These were some places you must visit and there are a lot more places in Mumbai you can visit with your family or friends. I hope this article will help you.


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