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Mumbai maps will guide you to the best destinations in the city. Mumbai city can be located on the map on the western coast of India. Is is situated on a peninsula that extends southward parallel to the mainland. At the southern end of this peninsula are the Colaba and Fort areas. West of Fort is the popular promenade Marine Drive, which terminates at Chowpatty Beach and Malabar Hill. These are the main places visited by tourists who often refer to the area as downtown. South Mumbai is where most tourists choose to find hotels. It is the historic heart of the city, with attractions like the Gateway of India and the Taj Mahal Hotel. Mumbai top sights and key landmarks to visit are plotted on our detailed city plans. Public transportation points are also marked, and indicated by the symbols listed in the maps key. Armed with these maps, you should be able to find the accurate location of must-see places. Mapping out a trip to explore Mumbai can be far from the usual. This page includes a range of maps and plans which will help you make the most of your visit to Mumbai. If you are either a first-time tourist looking for the top 10 must-do sights or if you are returning to Mumbai to discover something new - all you need to ensure an enjoyable trip is some advance planning. For some help in narrowing down the options, we present you with a range of high resolution maps which will help you find the detailed locations of the must-see sights - just click on a selected map to access a large version that can be downloaded and printed, or saved onto your mobile device. When in Mumbai, you can also get free pocket-size maps of the city from the tourist information centre.

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Map of top 10 attractions in Mumbai

The typical top ten attractions are listed below. You can find the detailed locations of these places on the maps above.

  • Gateway of India - Mumbai's defining landmark, and a favourite spot for an evening stroll. It was the first sight to greet travellers to Indian shores during the heyday of the British Raj.
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (Prince of Wales Museum) - Mumbai's biggest and best museum displays a mix of exhibits from all over India.
  • Colaba - The tip of Mumbai's peninsula is one of the oldest parts of the city, home to the majestic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, the Gateway of India, and the Colaba Causeway, the city's main commercial drag.
  • Fort and Marine Drive - Netaji Subhash Chandra Marg, better known as Marine Drive, is Mumbai's seaside prom, an eightlane highway with a wide pavement. From the winding lanes of quaint Kala Ghoda (a tiny enclave within the Fort District) to the long promenade of Marine Drive, this neighborhood provides a good wander, and the best seafood in town. Many famous landmarks are located here: Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue, Asiatic Society, Horniman Circle Gardens, St. Thomas' Cathedral
  • Malabar Hill and Nearby - Mumbai's richest neighborhood also houses some of the city's most important holy sites.
  • Central Mumbai -A bit of a no-man's-land when it comes to sightseeing, the densely populated center of the city does have a number of choice dining and lodging options.
  • CST and Nearby - In the shadow of Mumbai's massive Victorian train station, this is where you'll find the city's best street food and the biggest, busiest bazaars.
  • Elephanta Island - Just a short ferry ride from South Mumbai lie the ancient caves of Elephanta: a historic getaway from the ultramodern city. Catch a boat across Mumbai harbour to see one of ancient India's most wonderful rock-cut Shiva temples.
  • Juhu, Bandra, and the Western Suburbs. The neighborhoods along the northwestern side of the peninsula and on the suburban train line are growing fast. Juhu, probably the northernmost suburb tourists are likely to visit, offers a number of nice hotels, and Juhu Beach—great for a sunset walk. Bandra is home to Bollywood's studios, and where most of India's biggest celebrities live. Other suburbs have restaurants that make a visit worthwhile.
  • Aurangabad and the Caves - Aurangabad, about 400 km (250 miles) east of Mumbai, is a base for exploring the astounding cave temples of Ellora and Ajanta.
  • Taj Mahal Palace and Tower - This sumptuous hotel is a fairytale blend of Islamic and Renaissance styles.
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Victoria Terminus (CST or VT) - A fantastically eccentric pile, and the greatest railway station ever built by the British. Officially renamed Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) in 1998, it's still better known locally as VT.
  • Haji Ali Dargah - This exquisite Indo-Islamic shrine is one of Mumbai's most striking symbols.
  • Kala Ghoda - Kala Ghoda, the area situated between Colaba and the Fort, contains most of Mumbai’s main galleries and museums alongside a wealth of colonial buildings.
  • Nehru Centre & Nehru Planetarium - This cultural complex includes a planetarium, theatre, gallery and an interesting history exhibition.
  • Beaches/ Seafront areas - Popular destination found on our maps include Worli Fort, Bandstand, Juhu Beach, Chowpatty Beach on Marine Drive,
  • Colaba Causeway - Reclaimed in the late nineteenth century from the sea, Colaba's main thoroughfare, Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, better known as Colaba Causeway, leads south from the tourist enclave towards the quieter military cantonment area.
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji - Museum A fine collection of priceless Indian art, from ancient temple sculpture to Mughal armour.
  • Maidans (parks) - Where Mumbai's citizens escape the hustle and bustle to play cricket, eat lunch and hang out.
  • Crawford Market - Crawford (aka Mahatma Phule) Market, ten minutes' walk north of CST, is an old British-style covered market dealing in just about every kind of fresh food and domestic animal imaginable.
  • Jama Masjid and Zaveri Bazaar - The streets immediately north of Crawford Market and west of Mohammed Ali Road form one vast bazaar area, dominated by the domes and minarets of the chintzy white Jama Masjid. Cutting north from the Jama Masjid is Zaveri Bazaar - the jewellery market.
  • Chowpatty Beach - Situated at the top of Marine Drive, Chowpatty Beach is a Mumbai institution.
  • Haji Ali's Tomb - Mingle with the crowds of Muslim worshippers who flock to the island tomb of Sufi mystic Haji Ali to listen to qawwali music on Thursday evenings.
  • Other tourist attractions shown on our maps include: Jehangir Art Gallery, University of Mumbai (Bombay University), Hight Court, Khotachiwadi, Zoo, National Gallery of Modern Art, Walkeshwar Temple, Central Bazaar District, Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, ISKCON Temple, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat, Bhuleshwar Wholesale Flower Market, Chor Bazaar (Thieves' Market).

What are some interesting facts about Mumbai?

Tourist information centres - You can find the India Tourism Office in Churchgate. There is also Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation booth in Madame Cama Road. You will be able to pick up some maps these locations.

City location on the India map - Mumbai city lies on the western coast of India, on a thin peninsula that extends southward almost parallel to the mainland. At the southern end of this peninsula are the Colaba and adjoining Fort area. West of Fort, hugging the Asiatic Sea, is the popular promenade Marine Drive, which terminates at Chowpatty Beach and Malabar Hill. These are the focal nodes for tourists, who, unlike the locals, often refer to the area as downtown. In fact, locals say they are going uptown, or 'into town,' by which they mean they are going toward South Mumbai, the area stretching south from Mahim Creek to Colaba. South Mumbai is where most tourists choose to base themselves. It is the historic heart of the city, with attractions like the Gateway of India and the Prince of Wales Museum, and the widest selection of restaurants and accommodations options. The South Mumbai neighborhoods are described in detail below, but to see where most locals live, including the jet-set stars, it may be worth taking a trip into one of the suburbs. Of these, the most interesting option (and a good alternative to South Mumbai if you're just staying over 1 night—it's a great deal closer to the airport) is Juhu Beach.

Getting around in Mumbai with our maps - Mumbai is a city on the go—but don't expect to get anywhere fast, because traffic is lousy at the best of times. will certainly need to take a taxi to get around.

Orientation - Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, is an island connected by bridges to the mainland. The city's commercial and cultural centre is at the southern, claw-shaped end of the island known as South Mumbai. The southernmost peninsula is Colaba, traditionally the travellers' nerve centre, with many of the major attractions, and directly north of Colaba is the busy commercial area known as Fort, where the British fort once stood. It's bordered on the west by a series of interconnected, fenced grassy areas known as maidans (pronounced may- dahns). Though just as essential a part of the city as South Mumbai, the area north of here is collectively known as 'the suburbs'. The airport and many of Mumbai's best restaurants, shopping and nightspots are here, particularly in the upmarket suburbs of Bandra, Juhu and increasingly, Lower Parel.

One day in Mumbai (Bombay) itinerary plannner with our maps - Start at the granddaddy of Mumbai’s colonial giants, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST, the old Victoria Terminus. Stroll up to Crawford Market and into the maze of other, smaller bazaars here. Exhausted, rest and grab a bite at Rajdhani, finishing off with a juice shake from Badshah Snacks & Drinks. Next, taxi it over to Malabar Hill’s Banganga Tank. Soak in the serenity, and cab it back to Chowpatty Beach for an ice cream at Cream Centre. Be sure to pop into the wonderful Mani Bhavan museum dedicated to Gandhi while here. Spend the late afternoon at the Oval Maidan for a spot of impromptu cricket. Don’t forget to glance over at the grand edifices of the High Court and the University of Mumbai. Next up is jumpin’ Colaba and the Gateway of India ( opposite ), the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower and the colourful Colaba Market ( opposite ). You must be starving by now, so grab some tasty, street-side barbecue at Bade Miya or spoil yourself rotten at Indigo. Finally, swap tall tales with fellow travellers over a beer at Leopold Café & Bar.

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Known as the “City of Dreams”, Mumbai is India’s financial capital city and home of the Bollywood Industry. It’s a city filled with extreme opportunities and contrasts. As you explore this massive city, you’ll come across modern buildings mixed with age old infrastructures. But what will really catch your attention are the Gothic Style heritage buildings built during the British times.

Sure, Mumbai can get very chaotic and could overwhelm even the most seasoned traveler. But if you come prepared, you’ll realize that the city can be explored easily. In fact, Mumbai has a decent metro system that can take you to the city’s main districts. Our Mumbai metro map should help you in figuring out which station to get off, depending on the places you intend to visit in Mumbai.

The Mumbai Transport Map is very useful for tourists who want to explore Mumbai on their own. This map contains information about the train, buses, or other public mode of transportation that you can use in exploring the city. If you intend to visit Mumbai’s famous attractions, you should focus on exploring the Colaba Causeway or the Fort Districts in the south of the city. This is where you’ll find the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, the Victoria Terminus, Elephanta Cave, and the Gateway of India. Refer to our Mumbai Sightseeing Map for more tips on how to reach these famous sighs.

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Mumbai is a city of contrasts. Arguably India most cosmopolitan city, it brims with gourmet restaurants, five-star hotels, the fancy living quarters of Bollywood megastars and renowned attractions as its shown in Mumbai - Bombay tourist map. But remember: An estimated 20 million people call this bustling metropolis home, giving India's largest city a distinctively chaotic, energized feel. It is easy to experience India at its most authentic in Mumbai.

It is easy to experience India at its most authentic in Mumbai. You will see Hindu devotees picking up garlands from the massive flower market near Dadar railway station, "dabbawalas" (translated as people who carry containers) delivering hundreds of thousands of freshly cooked lunches to the city office workers from Churchgate railway station, the swirling colors of the bustling "Thieves Market," and people of all walks of life enjoying the sunset from the sugary sand at Marine Drive Chowpatty as you can see in Mumbai - Bombay tourist map. Mumbai is equal parts overwhelming and inspiring, and you'll never forget your first visit to this city. Tourists are spoiled for choice when it comes to things to do in Mumbai.

Mumbai, previously known as Bombay is one of the most populous and biggest cities of Maharashtra. Also the biggest metropolis of this state, Mumbai is also popular as the entertainment and financial capital. It is the largest city of India and fondly called as the city of dreams. It is a place filled with dreamers and people who work hard day and night to achieve their dreams. From struggling actors, laboureres, Bollywood stars to gangsters, Mumbai has a lot. A lot that can be written about and talked about. Mumbai is also home to one of the biggest slum area as its mentioned in Mumbai - Bombay tourist map, as well as home to the richest and thus it is only fair to describe Mumbai as a city for all. The majorsly spoken language is definitely Hindi , but this city has welcomed people from all faiths and religion warmly. If you want to know and experience diversity, visit Mumbai.

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The Gateway of India is one of the most popular gathering spots in Mumbai for tourists and locals alike. Watch the yachts and ferries take off to sea from the five jetties that flank the arch. Enjoy some of the famous bhelpuri (a crunchy, savory snack made of puffed rice and doused in tamarind sauce) from the street food vendors as its mentioned in Mumbai - Bombay attractions map. No trip to Mumbai would be complete without a cruise down Marine Drive. The 3.6-kilometer-long, C-shaped boulevard offers epic views of the coast. However, just as amazing are the sightseeing opportunities on the other side of Marine Drive. The street is lined with stunning Art Deco buildings that have earned status as a UNESCO World Heritage site. One of Mumbai most iconic sites is a cable-stayed bridge known as the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. Opened in 2009, the eight-lane bridge connects the central business district with the western suburbs over the open sea, offering some much-needed relief from the congestion on the Mahim Causeway.

Tourists can find another popular site right near the Gateway of India: The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai and Tower as you can see in Mumbai - Bombay attractions map. More than a century old, India's first luxury hotel is revered for the grandeur of its brownstone exterior. While Mumbai may look like a shiny, modern city at first glance, it also has some ancient sites that will leave you in awe. Spend a day at Sanjay Gandhi National Park exploring the Kanheri Caves, a complex of monuments that were carved out of the basalt formations around 2,000 years ago. Inside the 109 cave entrances, you will see large stupas (a hint that this was once a sacred place for Buddhists), congregation areas, and prayer halls. Visiting the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum is also high on the list of the top things to do for tourists in Mumbai. Previously known as the Prince of Wales Museum of Western India, this is one of India's most important art and history attractions.

Discover Mumbai peaceful, quiet side at the Global Vipassana Pagoda as its shown in Mumbai - Bombay attractions map. Inspired by Myanmar Shwedagon Pagoda, the colossal 96-meter-high stupa is covered in real gold that gleams in the sun. The hollow pagoda features a massive hall with room for 8,000 people to meditate in tranquility together. Many Hindus have their favorites of the religion 33 million gods. Devotees who favor Ganesha (the potbellied deity with the elephant head who is known as the "remover of obstacles") make pilgrimages to the Shree Siddhivinayak Temple. Gandhi is one of India most revered figures, and there is no better place to learn about him in Mumbai than at the Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum. The building traces its history back to the anti-colonial nationalist himself, when Gandhi made it his local headquarters for nearly two decades, beginning in 1917.

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The Jijamata Udyan is one of the most popular places to visit in Mumbai, originally constructed during the British Period and called Victoria Gardens. The zoo is located in Byculla, in every centre of the metropolitan city of Mumbai as you can see in Mumbai - Bombay zoo map. Constructed in 1861, the Mumbai Zoo is home to many endangered species of animals and birds. The zoo is spread over an area of 48 acres, mainly surrounded by Mumbai chawls, or homes of the low-income public in the city. The zoo has a clock tower in the very entrance, made in Italian Renaissance style. Although the clock does not tick anymore, the architecture of the clock is one to reminiscence.

Mumbai zoo boasts of some of the oldest trees in the area, that were brought in and planted in the zoo. Mumbai zoo aviary has a lot of rare birds, which makes it a hit among the attractions in Mumbai. It is located in Lalbaug Flyover, Near Byculla Railway Station, Byculla East, Mazgaon, Mumbai, Maharashtra. Entry fee: INR 5 per person. Distance from Mumbai Bus Stand: 2.9 km from MSRTC Mumbai Central. The zoo houses many endangered species as its shown in Mumbai - Bombay zoo map. The Asiatic lion, jungle cat, palm civet cat, porcupine, gaur, mouse deer, leopard and the common otter are some of the rare species found in this zoo. There is separate birds section here that houses variety of birds like peacock, flamingos, peahen and many others.

The Byculla zoo in Mumbai also holds a museum which has been designed by a London architect as its mentioned in Mumbai - Bombay zoo map. The museum contains various valuable collections of Indian architecture and work of art. After the renovation the museum has a 3D theatre and many animal rides where the kids can enjoy themselves. There are many gift shops from where you can buy small gifts for your friends and family. It is built over a huge area of land and also comprises of a beautiful garden apart from the zoo. The garden holds some unique and rare collection of trees and there are almost 3213 trees in number. Many flowers and herbal plants are also found here.

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Mumbai is a city of contrasts. Arguably India's most cosmopolitan city, it brims with gourmet restaurants, five-star hotels, the fancy living quarters of Bollywood megastars, and renowned attractions. But remember: An estimated 20 million people call this bustling metropolis home, giving India's largest city a distinctively chaotic, energized feel.

It's easy to experience India at its most authentic in Mumbai. You'll see Hindu devotees picking up garlands from the massive flower market near Dadar railway station , "dabbawalas" (translated as people who carry containers) delivering hundreds of thousands of freshly cooked lunches to the city's office workers from Churchgate railway station , the swirling colors of the bustling " Thieves Market," and people of all walks of life enjoying the sunset from the sugary sand at Marine Drive Chowpatty . Mumbai is equal parts overwhelming and inspiring, and you'll never forget your first visit to this city.

Tourists are spoiled for choice when it comes to things to do in Mumbai. Plan your adventure in this incredible city with our list of the top tourist attractions in Mumbai.

1. Visit the Gateway of India

2. watch the sunset on marine drive, 3. drive across the bandra-worli sea link, 4. take pictures of the taj mahal palace, mumbai, 5. visit the kanheri caves, 6. tour the chhatrapati shivaji maharaj vastu sangrahalaya museum, 7. meditate at the global vipassana pagoda, 8. check out the shree siddhivinayak temple, 9. explore the mani bhavan gandhi museum, 10. see the mahalakshmi temple, 11. taste mumbai's famous street foods, 12. take a bollywood tour, 13. shop at the chor bazaar ("thieves market"), 14. tour ancient caves on elephanta island, 15. splash around water kingdom, 16. check out the views at nariman point, 17. catch a cricket match at wankhede stadium, 18. get mesmerized at dhobi ghat, 19. celebrate the bandra fair at mount mary basilica, map of tourist attractions in mumbai, mumbai, india - climate chart.

The Gateway of India

Standing proud on the banks of the Arabian Sea at the Apollo Bunder waterfront area, the Gateway of India is one of Mumbai's most popular and treasured landmarks. The 26-meter basalt archway, which combines the architectural styles of Roman triumphal arches with traditional Hindu and Muslim designs, was built as a gesture of welcoming for King George V and Queen Mary when they visited British India in 1911. Ironically, it was under this very archway that the last British troops exited India in 1948, after the country declared its independence from Great Britain.

Nowadays, the Gateway of India is one of the most popular gathering spots in Mumbai for tourists and locals alike. Watch the yachts and ferries take off to sea from the five jetties that flank the arch. Enjoy some of the famous bhelpuri (a crunchy, savory snack made of puffed rice and doused in tamarind sauce) from the street food vendors. Or just spend an hour or two people watching at this lively attraction.

Afterwards, walk 10 minutes southwest to the Colaba Causeway Market, a vibrant bazaar selling everything you can imagine and more. It's one of the best places to visit for cheap shopping in Mumbai.

Address: End of C. Shivaji Maharaj, Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai

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Marine Drive

No trip to Mumbai would be complete without a cruise down Marine Drive. The 3.6-kilometer-long, C-shaped boulevard offers epic views of the coast. However, just as amazing are the sightseeing opportunities on the other side of Marine Drive. The street is lined with stunning Art Deco buildings that have earned status as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

After your mini road trip, head out on foot for some more sightseeing along the Marine Drive promenade . The best time to go is at sunset. That's when tourists and Mumbaikars gather on the sands of Girgaum Chowpatty to see the cotton candy skies fade to dark while noshing on Mumbai's famous street food from nearby stalls.

Hot tip: Wonder why Marine Drive is also known as "Queen's Necklace"? Just look up at the street lights–they were positioned to make the road resemble a pearl necklace from above.

Bandra-Worli Sea Link

One of Mumbai's most iconic sites is a cable-stayed bridge known as the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. Opened in 2009, the eight-lane bridge connects the central business district with the western suburbs over the open sea, offering some much-needed relief from the congestion on the Mahim Causeway . It has become the Mumbai equivalent of New York's Brooklyn Bridge or Sydney's Opera House.

For the most impressive views of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, head to the Bandra Fort , a historic watchtower built by the Portuguese in 1640. It's also worth driving across the bridge, as well. By day, you can see the crashing sea on both sides of the bridge. And at night, watch the bridge light up with spectacular colors.

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Tourists can find another popular site right near the Gateway of India : The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai and Tower. More than a century old, India's first luxury hotel is revered for the grandeur of its brownstone exterior. The windowed facade infuses its Renaissance architecture with Islamic touches, like corner turrets topped with onion domes, pointed archways, and covered balconies.

Fun fact: The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai hotel is one of India's most photographed places. Walk by and snap your own picture from street level. Or, better yet, step inside the hotel's colonial-style restaurant, Sea Lounge , in the afternoon for an elaborate high tea.

Address: Apollo Bunder, Mumbai

Stone carvings in a Kanheri Cave

While Mumbai may look like a shiny, modern city at first glance, it also has some ancient sites that will leave you in awe. Spend a day at Sanjay Gandhi National Park exploring the Kanheri Caves, a complex of monuments that were carved out of the basalt formations around 2,000 years ago. Inside the 109 cave entrances, you'll see large stupas (a hint that this was once a sacred place for Buddhists), congregation areas, and prayer halls. Look for the incomplete paintings of the Buddha on the ceiling of cave 34.

Address: Borivali East, Mumbai

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum

Visiting the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum is also high on the list of the top things to do for tourists in Mumbai. Previously known as the Prince of Wales Museum of Western India, this is one of India's most important art and history attractions.

You'll need at least a full day to take in the museum's expansive permanent collection of 70,000 items, which include Indian miniature paintings, Himalayan art, antique Asian coins, jeweled swords, and much more. Afterward, poke around the streets of the Fort neighborhood near the museum–they're filled with stunning Gothic buildings .

Address: 159-161 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Fort, Mumbai

Official site: https://www.csmvs.in/

The Global Vipassana Pagoda

Discover Mumbai's peaceful, quiet side at the Global Vipassana Pagoda. Inspired by Myanmar's Shwedagon Pagoda, the colossal 96-meter-high stupa is covered in real gold that gleams in the sun. The hollow pagoda features a massive hall with room for 8,000 people to meditate in tranquility together.

Not sure how to meditate? Take one of the free 10-minute-long Anapana meditation courses offered at the pagoda continuously throughout the day. There's also an extensive vegetarian food court on-site with some downright delicious dosas.

Address: Next to Esselworld, Gorai Village, Borivali (West), Mumbai

Official site: http://www.globalpagoda.org/

Shree Siddhivinayak Temple

Many Hindus have their favorites of the religion's 33 million gods. Devotees who favor Ganesha (the potbellied deity with the elephant head who is known as the "remover of obstacles") make pilgrimages to the Shree Siddhivinayak Temple.

Slip off your shoes and head in to see the idol of the deity, draped with marigold garlands and offerings, with hundreds of other visitors eager for a glimpse (and perhaps a granted wish). It's a cultural experience like none other. And if you're interested in other sacred places dedicated to Ganesha, check out the Vazira Naka Ganpati temple and the Garodia Nagar Ganpati temple .

Address: S.K. Bole Marg, Prabhadevi, Mumbai

Official site: https://www.siddhivinayak.org/

Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum

Gandhi is one of India's most revered figures, and there's no better place to learn about him in Mumbai than at the Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum. The building traces its history back to the anti-colonial nationalist himself, when Gandhi made it his local headquarters for nearly two decades, beginning in 1917.

Tourists can pay tribute to the Indian hero at the Gandhi statue within the museum, see vintage photographs of Gandhi lining the staircase, and catch a glimpse of two of his famous spinning wheels . There's also a room on the second floor of the museum that displays paintings depicting important moments in Gandhi's life.

Fun fact: Barack Obama paid a visit to the Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum in 2010.

Address: Laburnum Road, Gamdevi, Mumbai

Official site: http://www.gandhi-manibhavan.org/

Mahalakshmi Temple

Mahalakshmi Temple is one of Mumbai's oldest and most famous temples. Dedicated to Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth, this temple draws crowds through its ornate gate and into the shrine with the idol. Visitors will also spot idols of other deities, including Tridevi (the patron deity of music and education) and Kali (the goddess of destruction), adorned with gold ornaments. For another spiritual attraction, take a trip to the Haji Ali Dargah , a floating Muslim shrine just a 15-minute walk from the Mahalakshmi Temple.

Address: Bhulabhai Desai Road, Mumbai

Official site: http://mahalakshmi-temple.com/

Street food vendor in Mumbai

Foodies, eat your heart out: Mumbai has some of the best street food in all of India. Not only is it colorful and spicy, street food in Mumbai also offers the best bang for your buck. You're never too far from a great hawker, but it's worth seeking out the best ones.

Try chatt (a spicy snack typically made of potato dumplings, fried noodles, onions, chilies, and more) from the popular food stalls near Churchgate Station . On Marine Drive and outside the Gateway of India , you'll find street food vendors whipping up chana jor garam (seasoned chickpeas). Or, head to Carter Road for global street food, including shawarma, momos, and even corn on the cob with lime juice.

Bollywood actress

Bollywood, India's largest film industry, has been rooted in Mumbai since the 1930s, when the Bombay Talkies movie studio was founded in the city. Bollywood now churns out as many as 1,000 movies each year, ranging from historical epics and curry westerns to courtesan films.

You can get a behind-the-scenes look at this blockbuster factory on a full-day private Bollywood tour. On this adventure, tourists will explore Bollywood film studios, take photos with the stars (subject to schedule availability), see Bollywood dancing and learn some choreography, and take a drive through the posh community where the top Bollywood actors and actresses live.

Masks in the Chor Bazaar

No matter how obscure your shopping list is, you'll probably find everything on it at the Chor Bazaar. Translated to the "Thieves Market" after the legend that all stolen goods in Mumbai end up for sale here, the Chor Bazaar is one of the biggest attractions for tourists, as well as the go-to place for picking up cheap goods.

Antique clocks, spiritual idols, used books, pottery, phone cases, handicrafts, shoes, coins, luggage, vintage cameras, Victorian furniture–you name it, you can shop for it among the chaotic hodgepodge of vendors. Pro tip: The side streets around the Chor Bazaar are home to some of the best kebab sellers in Mumbai.

Address: Mutton Street, Ajmer, Kumbharwada, Mumbai

A cave on Elephanta Island

A popular day trip from the main city of Mumbai is a visit to Elephanta Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Mumbai Harbor. The attraction is home to rock-cut cave temples honoring the Hindu god Shiva. Roughly 1,600 years old, the archeological marvel lays out a series of temples in a maze-like mandala pattern.

Inside, you'll discover carvings that explain the stories of Hindu myths. The crown jewel of the main temple is a six-meter-high, three-faced Shiva statue. Ferries to Elephanta Island depart roughly every 30 minutes from the Gateway of India and take about an hour.

Official site: http://elephanta.co.in/

Water Kingdom entrance

Mumbai is scorching most of the year, with average highs of 86-93 degrees Fahrenheit (30-34 degrees Celsius). When you need to cool down, visit Water Kingdom, a popular water park in Mumbai. Asia's largest theme water park features more than 70 thrilling attractions, including water coasters, a water gun fight lagoon, and a rain dance zone. Its 100-meter-wide wave pool ("Wetlantic") is the largest one in the world. Tourists can also enjoy an ice-skating rink and a bowling alley. No wonder more than 15 million visitors from around the world have already stopped by Water Kingdom.

Address: Global Pagoda Road, EsselWorld amusement park, Borivali West, Mumbai

Official site: https://www.waterkingdom.in/travel/

View from Lower Parel to Nariman Point in Mumbai

Affectionately nicknamed the "Manhattan of Mumbai," Nariman Point glitters with some of the most expensive office space in the world. Its posh location on the southern end of Mumbai's peninsula comes from rather humble beginnings, though. Once under the Arabian Sea, this land was reclaimed throughout the mid-20th century and quickly experienced a construction boom of skyscrapers.

Not just for office workers, Nariman Point is also a top attraction for tourists who come to watch the sunset, catch recitals at the National Centre for the Performing Arts , get a breathtaking view of Marine Drive , and splurge at internationally famous shops. (And don't worry if you're on a tight budget–you can find affordable goodies at the Colaba Causeway Market just two kilometers away.)

Aerial view of Wankhede Stadium

Immerse yourself in cricket at Wankhede Stadium. Built in 1975, this famous sports attraction is where India seized the Cricket World Cup in 2011, making it the first country in the world to win the championship on its home turf.

With a capacity for more than 33,000 spectators, this international cricket stadium has an electric atmosphere during matches. Try to score tickets to a match to see what India's favorite sport is all about. No matter where you sit, you'll have a great view–the stadium was designed without beam support for the roof to ensure there were no visual obstructions of the pitch.

Address: Wankhede Stadium, D Road, Churchgate, Mumbai

Dhobi Ghat

Dhobi Ghat is a mesmerizing sight for visitors to India. It's considered to be the "world's largest outdoor laundry," where dhobis (or laundrymen) from 200 or so families lug dirty clothing from families and tourists throughout the city and wash it by hand in open-air concrete troughs.

Thousands of colorful garments drying on lines in the breeze makes for a one-of-a-kind photo opportunity in the early afternoons. Afterward, the dhobis press and fold the garments into tidy piles, ready to be delivered to the owners.

While travelers come to see this labor-intensive laundromat daily, Dhobi Ghat is as much a part of everyday life for Mumbai residents as it is a marvel for tourists, so be sure to keep your visit respectful, and ask permission before photographing the workers. It's sure to give you a deeper appreciation for the modern laundry machines you're probably used to back at home.

Address: 1 Anandilal P Marg, Dhobi Ghat, Shanti Nagar, Lower Parel, Mumbai

Mount Mary Basilica

If you happen to be visiting Mumbai in September, you're in luck–Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount (or Mount Mary Basilica) celebrates the feast of the birth of Mary , mother of Jesus Christ, on September 8 every year. The holiday marks the start of the Bandra Fair, a weeklong carnival that draws hundreds of thousands of tourists and pilgrims alike.

The streets surrounding the church fill with temporary shops , where devotees buy candles shaped like parts of their body experiencing pain or ailments, then place them in the basilica in hopes of better health. You can also sample specialty sweets , like kadio bodio (gram flour snack sticks doused in sugar syrup and dried) and mawa peda (milk fudge flavored with saffron and cardamom) from the festival food hawkers that line the street from Mount Mary Basilica to the Mount Carmel Church compound.

No matter when your trip to Mumbai takes place, tourists are welcome to visit the beautiful Latin church and its legendary Our Lady of Navigators statue , which dates back to the 16th century.

Address: Mt. Mary Road, near Shanti Avedna Sadan, Mount Mary, Bandra West, Mumbai

Official site: http://www.mountmarybasilicabandra.in/

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One Day Walking Tour And Map of Mumbai’s Main Tourist Places

Best tourist places and tourist attractions in Mumbai can be covered in a one day walking tour. This article has a map and detailed information of the main places of interest in South Mumbai.

Most famous tourist places in South Mumbai are listed in the table. A detailed one day walking tour of these Mumbai attractions is given below. Please click on the links for details.

Walking Tour of Main Tourist Places In Mumbai

The trip around Mumbai’s best tourist sightseeing locations starts at Churchgate and covers the below places:

1] CHURCHGATE STATION – START OF TOURIST TOUR

2] CHURCHGATE STATION TO MARINE DRIVE

3] marine drive to nariman point, 4] regal, gateway of india, ngma, museum.

5] APPOLO BANDAR, COLABA, REGAL CINEMA

6] KALA GHODA, JEHANGIR ART GALLERY, MUMBAI UNIVERSITY, BOMBAY HIGH COURT, OVAL MAIDAN

7] FLORA FOUNTAIN, FORT, HORMINAN CIRCLE, RBI

8] HERITAGE NILE, P M ROAD, D N ROAD

9] VICTORIA TERMINUS, BMC HEADQUARTERS

10] CRAWFORD MARKET – WHOLESALE MARKET

11] metro, azad maidan, cross maidan, churchgate, map of best tourist attractions in south mumbai, 1] churchgate station – start of tourist tour.

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LANDMARKS : Headquarter of Western Railways, Eros Cinema Hall, Oval Ground, Life Insurance Building

OF INTEREST : Mumbai has 2 North-South Local Railway Line. These are the Central Line, which starts from Victoria Terminus (VT) and the Western Line which starts from Churchgate Station. Churchgate station is one of the busiest railway stations in the world. To see a mass of humanity, enter the station during rush hour (9:00 am to 10:30 am or 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm).

Start the tour on the Southern exit of Churchgate. On the left is a beautiful neo classical British era building which is the “Western Railway Headquarter”. Opposite the road is the Life Insurance Building and Eros cinema. To the left of Eros is a wide open Oval shaped green ground that is surrounded by trees, called “Oval”.

LANDMARKS : Awesome Sea view, Marine Drive, Chowpatty beach, Governor’s residence

DISTANCE & DIRECTIONS : 400 meters. Turn right from Churchgate and walk towards the Arabian Sea.

OF INTEREST : Stunning view of the Arabian Sea. On a clear day the view of the sea and the broad promenade of Marine Drive is breath taking. From end to end, Marine Drive is shaped like a necklace and it is also called the “ Queen’s Necklace ”. At the Southern Tip of Marine Drive is the business district of Nariman Point and at the Northern end are the golden sandy beach of Chowpatty and the wooded area of the Governor’s residence. There is a beautiful large promenade along the entire Marine Drive. Enjoy a long walk along Marine Drive with the cool breeze of the Arabian Sea on your face.

The “ Art Deco ” styled buildings along Marine Drive are among the largest collection of “ Art Deco ” architecture in the world.

Few things are more pleasurable that spending a relaxed evening on Marine Drive watching the sun setting.

Notice a large round structure on Ambassador Hotel; this is “ The Pearl of the Orient “, Mumbai’s only revolving restaurant.

LANDMARKS : Tip of Nariman Point, Air India Building, Oberoi/Trident Hotel, Brabourne Stadium, National Center for Performing Arts (NCPA), Vidhan Bhavan (Maharashtra State Legislature), Mantralaya,

DISTANCE & DIRECTIONS : 1km. Walk south along the sea towards Nariman Point. The Air India building and Oberoi hotels are prominent landmarks.

OF INTEREST : Nariman Point is a business district of Mumbai which has been built on reclaimed land in the late 1970s. Since most of the offices are over 30 years old, the architecture is not adventurous. At one time, Nariman Point was among the top 3 most expensive real estate in the world. Nariman Point has many banks, finance companies, brokers, ad agencies, shipping firms, etc.

The tip of Nariman Point offers a beautiful wide view of the Arabian Sea. On the south side is the posh locality of Cuffe Parade. To the left one can see a small fisherman village called “ Machimar Nagar ”. At the tip of Nariman Point is the National Center for Performing Arts (NCPA) and the Oberoi and Trident hotels. The round Maharashtra legislature building (Vidhan Bhavan) is also located in Nariman Point. It contains a large statue of the symbol of India which are 4 lions facing in 4 direction.

Walk along the tree lined streets of Nariman Point and feel the buzz and energy of the Indian economy.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT : From outside Churchgate station there is a direct bus service to Nariman Point (Special 9). There are also share-a-taxi services from outside Churchgate.

LANDMARKS : Gateway of India, Regal Cinema, Prince of Wales Museum (renamed Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya), National Gallery of Modern Art, Taj Mahal Hotel

DISTANCE & DIRECTIONS : 2 Km. Walk away from the sea on the Madame Cama Road to reach Regal cinema round-about.

OF INTEREST : As one walks along Madame Cama Road, the large Oval ground and imposing Mumbai University building is on the left and Cooperage ground is on the right. At the Regal round-about is the imposing Prince of Wales Museum (now called Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya). The museum was built in 1922 and houses around 50,000 artifacts and is a good example of the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture. Opposite the museum is an impressive building with a large dome which is Mumbai’s National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA). NGMA has works of many of India’s greatest contemporary artists including M F Hussain, Jatin Das, Jahangir Sabavala, Tyeb Mehta, S H Raza, F N Souza, etc. These may not be the artist’s greatest works, but it is a good introduction to modern Indian art. The gallery itself is an interesting 3 story structure with a large dome on top. Across the road is Regal cinema which was built in 1933. Across the road to its left is the impressive headquarters of Mumbai Police.

The most important monument in this area is the Gateway of India. The Gateway of India was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay. This high arch structure is 26 meter/85 feet tall, built of yellow basalt and is influenced by Muslim and Indian architecture. There are ferry boats along the Gateway of India which talk tourist for a short ride in the Arabian Sea. There are also ferries that take tourist to the island of the Elephanta Caves which contain Buddhist Cave carvings.

Opposite the Gateway of India is the Taj Mahal Hotel (old and new buildings). Visit the elegant old Taj Mahal building and enter a world of old-world charm and luxury. The Taj Mahal has hosted many world leaders. It was attacked and damaged during the 26 November, 2008 Mumbai terrorist strike.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT : Buses are available from Madame Cama Road to Regal or take a taxi (fare less than Rs 30). Special Bus SPL 1 from Nariman Point to Regal.

5] APPOLO BANDAR, COLABA, REGAL CINEMA

LANDMARKS : Radio Club, Colaba Causeway, Café Leopold, Café Mondegar, Regal, Bade Mian, Cusrow Bagh,

DISTANCE & DIRECTIONS : 2 Km. From the Gateway of India walk along the sea promenade (Appolo Bandar) to Radio Club and take a right turn to Colaba Causeway. From Colaba take a right turn to walk back to Regal.

OF INTEREST : Colaba has many small hotels and guest houses and is a favorite destination for tourists and backpackers. The main Colaba causeway is a shopping area and it has hawkers lining the pavement selling Indian handicrafts. For Indian handicraft products and souvenirs visit “Cottage Industries Exposition” and “Apsara International” on Colaba Causeway. Since there are many foreign tourists here, there are also many small restaurants that cater to tourist. Expect to find Indian, Moghlai, Iranian, Parsi, Lebanese, Continental, British, Chinese, Japanese food in Colaba. Have a cold beer at Café Leopold and Café Mondegar. Café Leopold was attacked during the November 26 terrorist attacks and there are bullet marks at the bar.

Walk behind the Taj in the evenings and you can smell the mouth watering aroma of kebabs being cooked on coal at “Bade Miya”. This road side restaurant has become a Mumbai institution and so has the small Middle Eastern restaurant of “Bagdhadi” next to it.

Colaba has a large gated colony for only Parsi/Zorastrian residents called Cusrow Bagh. There are an estimated 100,000 Parsis in the world of which 60,000 to 70,000 live in Mumbai. This small, prosperous community came to India from Persia/Iran almost 1,200 years ago. Famous Parsis include the Tatas, Godrej, Shapoorji Palonji, Wadia, Freddy Mercury, Zubin Mehta, Homi Bhabha, Sam Manekshaw, Shiamak Davar, Boman Irani, Rohinton Mistry, Dadabhai Naoroji, Soli Sorabjee, Fali Nariman, etc.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT : Many buses from Colaba to Regal, Churchgate, VT.

LANDMARKS : Jehangir Art Gallry, Museum Art Gallery, Kala Ghoda, David Sassoon Library, Elphinstone College, Army and Navy Buildings, Mumbai University, Rajabhai Tower, Bombay High Court

DISTANCE & DIRECTIONS : 1.2 km. Walk North from Regal. Turn left at Kala Ghoda and walk North along Oval until main road (Veer Nariman Road).

OF INTEREST : North of Regal is one of Mumbai’s oldest art galleries, Jehangir Art Gallery. This area is called Kala Ghoda, and along with Colaba, it is the art gallery district of Mumbai. Do visit the galleries in this area to get a flavor of Indian art.

Every year in February, Kala Ghoda is the venue of the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival which is Mumbai’s largest street festival, which has plays, movies, paintings, visual art, street art, street performances, children’s workshops, literary events, book readings, literary discussions, concerts, etc.

Just opposite Jehangir Gallery are three amazing Britesh era buildings – Elphinstone College, David Sassoon Library and Army and Navy Building.

From Kala Ghoda, turn left to “Oval Maidan” which is a large open Oval shaped ground. Along the Oval are two large Gothic structures. The first is the Mumbai University which has a large clock tower, called Rajabai Tower. Rajabai Tower is modeled on the Big Ben in London. Notice the beautiful stained glass windows in Rajabai Tower and the lovely spiral staircases of the university building.

Next to the University is the Gothic structure of the Bombay High Court.

7] FLORA FOUNTAIN, FORT, HORNIMAN CIRCLE, TOWN HALL, RBI

LANDMARKS : Flora Fountain, Jai Maharashtra, Oriental Building, HDFC Building, Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Bombay House (HQ of Tata Group), Horniman Circle Garden, St Thomas Cathedral, Town Halll (also called “Asiatic Library”), Reserve Bank Of India (RBI), Government Mint,

DISTANCE & DIRECTIONS : 1.5 km. From the Bombay High Court turn right to Flora Fountain.

OF INTEREST : The primary attraction of this place is the beautiful British era architecture which is mainly of the neo–Gothic and Indo-Saracenic style of architecture. Fort (also called Flora Fountain because of the statue in the center, and Hutatma Chowk) is the center of activity in South Mumbai with roads from the two main stations (VT/CST and Churchgate) converging here.

In the middle of the road are two statues – one of a girl in a fountain (Flora Fountain after the Roman Goddess of flowers, “Flora”) and the other of a Martyr with a flame (“ Hutatma Chowk ” memorial). All around are building that pre-date to British rule. There is an old world charm to this place. Among the stunning buildings around Flora Fountain are the Oriental Building, HSBC Building, Central Telegraph Office, Bombay House, St Thomas Cathedral.

Flora Fountain and most places in a radius of 1.6 km (1 mile) around it is a business district. There is a hustle and bustle about this place on a regular working day. Feel the excitement and pace of Mumbai and watch Mumbai residents rush about their work.

Look to the south and you will notice a tall cream building in the shape of a semi-arc. This is the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), which is the oldest stock exchange in Asia.

Walking along the path shown in the map, you will reach Horminan Circle which has a charming park in its center. The arched Italian Gothic buildings on opposite sides of Horniman Circle remind one of similar buildings in London and Edinburgh. Observe the interesting statues on each arch. Near the circle is the St Thomas Cathedral. Step inside to escape the heat and be stunned by the exquisite statues and plaques in this incredible church. On the other side of the Horminan Circle are steps that lead up to the Asiatic Library (“Town Hall”). Hindi movie fans are sure to recognize this building from many Hindi films. Horniman Circle is the location of the first Starbucks store in India.

North of the Asiatic Library is the impressive building of the Reserve Bank Of India (RBI). With its massive doors, this imposing building does look like a secure bank. Opposite the RBI is a tall white building which is the new RBI building and the compound of the Indian Mint where Indian coins are made and gold is purified.

East of this area is “Ballard Estate” which has some of the most beautiful old British era office buildings in Bombay. This is an office area and it gets deserted at night. Since the streets are empty at night, which is an oddity for Mumbai, film units like to shoot here at night. Hindi movie buff may recall movies which feature Ballard Pier. Beyond Ballard Pier are the docks. Most of the Eastern sea coast of Mumbai is docks. Mumbai has a natural sea port. Some of the docks are naval defense docks. Entry to the docks is restricted.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT : Many buses available.

8]  HERITAGE MILE, P M ROAD, D N ROAD

LANDMARKS : Bombay Store, Strand Book Stall, Handicraft Khadi Bhandar, Vatcha Agiary, Eruchshaw Building, Sterling Cinema, New Empire Cinema

DISTANCE & DIRECTIONS : 1.2 Km

OF INTEREST : Mumbai’s “ Heritage Mile ” starts from Flora Fountain (Fort), moves along Dadabhai Naoroji Road (D N Road, formerly known as Hornby Road) to Victoria Terminus Station (also called Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus) and ends at Mumbai’s busiest wholesale market, Crawford Market. The “ Heritage Mile ” is a beautiful showcase of British era architecture. The “Heritage Mile Association” is a citizen’s association whose objective is to promote regeneration of the area and restore the heritage character of D N Road.

Pherozeshah Mehta Road (P M Road) and D N Road (Dr Dadabhai Naoroji Road) are busy commercial districts of Mumbai. Explore British colonial facades in this 19 th century road. The buildings of note on D N Road are Vatcha Agiary, which is a Parsi fire temple with Assyrian statues and architecture (Note: Non-Parsis are not allowed in the Agiary); J.N.Petit Public Library; Eruchshaw Building.

The architecture of buildings in South Bombay has strong influence of “British Gothic”, “Victorian”, “Indo-Saracenic” (Mughal and Indian influence) and “Art Deco” styles of architecture.

Some of these buildings may seem decrepit; this is because these buildings are labeled as heritage structures and they require special permissions for renovation work. Also, Bombay has an antiquated rent act which has not allowed old landlords to increase rent in the last 30-40 years. Some of the offices in these buildings pay a paltry rent of Rs 100-200 per month ($4-6 or GBP 2-3).

There are small street vendors on both sides of the road trying to entice visitors to buy the latest pirated movie, software and playstation games. Many of these street vendors also sell electronic items which should be avoided. Opposite the Citibank branch is a slightly run down looking shop that stretches across an entire building. This is the Khadi Gram Udyog Bhavan which sells “Khadi” (hand woven cloth popularized by Mahatma Gandhi) and Indian handicraft made by Indian artisans. This is a good place to buy an authentic Indian souvenir. “Bombay Store” on Pherozeshah Mehta Road also has authentic Indian handicraft souvenirs.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT : Many buses ply on this road

9] VICTORIA TERMINUS (VT or CST), BMC HEADQUARTERS

LANDMARKS : Victoria Terminus Station (VT), Bombay Muncipal Corporation (BMC) Headquarters, General Post Office (GPO), Azad Maidan, Times of India Building,

OF INTEREST : The majestic Victoria Terminus Station (VT) (also called Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus – CST) is the MOST STUNNING building in Mumbai . Victoria Terminus is an UNESCO World Heritage Site which was built in 1887 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria.

British architect Frederick William Stevens designed the Victorian Gothic styled VT station which also has Indian architecture influences. The main VT building is a “C” shaped structure with a courtyard in the center. At the center of VT is a massive octagonal ribbed dome which is built without centering. The dome is topped by a statue of a woman, symbolizing “Progress” with a torch in her right hand and a wheel in her left hand. At the eight corners of the dome are gargoyles ready to leap out. VT has beautiful arches, spires, stained glass and windows. All around the outside of the station are interesting and intricate statues, carvings, metal work and sculptures. At the main gate is a statue of a lion (representing Britain) and a tiger (representing India).

VT/CST station caters to both local and outstation trains. This is among the busiest stations in India and the world.

Opposite the VT station is the second most beautiful building in Mumbai, the headquarters of Mumbai’s Municipal Corporation (BMC – Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation). This is another Gothic masterpiece designed by British architect Frederick William Stevens. This is a V Shaped structure with a tall tower covered with a central dome. There is a winged statue which represents ‘Urbs prima in Indis’ (the first city of India). At the entrance of the building is an impressive bronze statue of Sir Pherozshah Mehta who was a renowned lawyer, municipal commissioner of Bombay and 4 time president of Bombay municipality. Just like the CST, the BMC HQ has stunning and intricate carvings, statues, sculptures, arches, stain glass, windows and domes.

Behind the BMC HQ is the office of one of India’s oldest (founded 1838) newspaper, The Times of India.

Opposite VT and to the left of the BMC HQ is a large playground with cricket pitches on it. This is the famous Azad Maidan where Mumbaikars play India’s favorite game of cricket. There is one exclusive patch of green which belongs to Bombay Gymkhana club which is among the oldest gymkhana/clubs in Mumbai. In addition to a game of cricket one may also see a game of rugby being played here.

Just behind VT Station is the General Post Office (GPO). Step inside its cool interiors where a large round structure with multiple windows dispenses Indian postal paraphernalia.

LANDMARKS : JJ Flyover, JJ School of Arts, Mahatma Phule Market/Crawford Market, Mangaldas Market, Jama Masjid, Mumbadevi Temple, Police Headquarters.

DISTANCE & DIRECTIONS : 0.8 Km from VT station

OF INTEREST : Crawford Market is Mumbai’s main wholesale market. It’s a terrific place to get a bargain. Expect narrow lanes, large crowds, noise, dirt, street shops, hawkers, pollution and above all great bargains. In short, have a great Indian bazaar experience. Different streets specialize in different goods (for example, toys, hardware, stationary, decorative items, paints, electrical items, cloth, machinery, etc).

Near Crawford market is the Mumbadevi temple whose main deity, “ Mumbadevi ”, is the patron Goddess of Mumbai. The word Mumbai is derived from her name.

On the corner of Crawford Market is the JJ School of Arts, which is Mumbai premier art institute.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT : Lots of buses from D N Road

LANDMARKS : Metro cinema, Kayani restaurant, St Xaviers College, Azad Maidan (ground), Cross Maidan (ground), Fashion street, Bhika Behram Well

DISTANCE & DIRECTIONS : 2 Km. Walk west from Crawford Market.

OF INTEREST : From Crawford market, walk west along the Lokmanya Tilak Road to Metro cinema. At the junction of Metro visit “Kayani” restaurant which is a typical “Irani” restaurant. Notice the quaint decor and the interesting menu. From Metro, turn south to the Mahatma Gandhi Road (M G Road). This shaded road with large trees on both sides is also called “Fashion Street” because of a large number of street stalls that sell clothes. On the left hand side of M G Road is Azad Maidan (Ground), Bombay Gymkhana and on the right hand side is the Cross Maidan. Many of Mumbai’s cricketers have honed their skills on these grounds.

At the junction where M G Road meets Veer Nariman Road (via Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Marg) is the Bhika Behram Well which is a Heritage 1 Parsi holy well. Only members of the Parsi and Irani community can enter this complex.

Walk west along Veer Nariman Road to reach Churchgate station from where this adventure started.

OTHER TOURIST SITES – MALABAR HILL, CHOWPATTY, BANGANGA

Other tourist sites in South Bombay include the sandy beaches of Chowpatty, the posh locality of Malabar Hills where the Hanging gardens are situated which give a panoramic view of South Mumbai and the holy water pond of Banganga at the tip of Walkeshwar. South Mumbai also has interesting places like Haji Ali, Mahalaxmi Temple, Babulnath Temple, Race Course, Dhobhi Ghat, etc.

NOTE : In this article, the walking tour itinerary starts and ends at Churchgate; but one can start the tour from any of the points mentioned in the article. All along the route public transport in the form of BEST buses (Red single and double-decker buses) and Taxis (Black and Yellow) are easily available. Public transport in Mumbai is incredibly cheap. So if you do not feel like walking, hop onto a bus. Most of the route mentioned is covered by Special Bus SPL 1 and SPL 2 (Churchgate to Nariman Point to Regal to VT Station to Churchgate). At the cost of just Rs 10 (20 cents) most of the sites can be covered by these two buses. Additional Tips for Tourist Visiting Bombay .

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Mumbai (formerly called Bombay) is a densely populated city on India’s west coast. A financial center, it’s India’s largest city. On the Mumbai Harbour waterfront stands the iconic Gateway of India stone arch, built by the British Raj in 1924. Offshore, nearby Elephanta Island holds ancient cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The city’s also famous as the heart of the Bollywood film industry.

The list of some of the top tourist places in Mumbai

  • Gateway of India
  • Marine Drive
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
  • Elephanta Caves
  • Haji Ali Dargah
  • Crawford Market
  • Siddhivinayak Temple
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya
  • Nehru Science Centre
  • Chor Bazaar
  • Sanjay Gandhi National Park
  • Hanging Gardens
  • Kanheri Caves
  • Bandra-Worli Sea Link

The mentioned places are the most popular places in Mumbai, Whenever you have a chance, we advise you to must-have visit these places that are mentioned in the list.

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Understanding Mumbai's Train System.

Mumbai's local train system is the lifeline of the city, connecting millions of people every day. With three main lines - Western, Central, and Harbour - and numerous stations, it can be overwhelming for newcomers to navigate. However, with this comprehensive train map, you can easily understand the system and plan your journey with ease. From Churchgate to Virar, CST to Kalyan, this map covers it all.

Navigating the Map: Key Features and Symbols.

To make the most of the Ultimate Local Mumbai Train Map, it's important to understand the key features and symbols. The map is color-coded to represent the three main lines - Western (green), Central (red), and Harbour (blue). Each station is marked with a circle, and the name of the station is written in both English and Marathi. The map also includes 

  • A quick navigation system, which lets the user locate his stations within seconds using the box grid. We have introduced grid system in a different way. Its slightly modified in comparison to the traditional grid which has alpha-numeric coordinates. This consideration was from our study of most Indians who are not accustomed to criss-cross alpha numeric grid, excluding people who have travelled abroad where the criss-cross alpha numeric grid is very common.
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Riding the local trains in Mumbai can be a daunting experience, especially for tourists. Here are some tips to make your journey smoother:

  • Avoid peak hours if possible, as trains can get extremely crowded.
  • Purchase a smart card to avoid the hassle of buying tickets every time you travel.
  • Keep your belongings close to you and be aware of pickpockets.
  • Board the ladies' compartment if you're a woman, as it's less crowded and safer.
  • Don't hesitate to ask for help or directions from fellow passengers or station staff.

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Mumbai is the 30th most visited destination in the world, which in itself speaks a ton about its popularity amongst tourists. Named after Goddess MumbaDevi, the capital city of Maharashtra, Mumbai is a unique combination of opulence, scenic beauty and history.

Located on the sides of Arabian Sea, this city was formed as a cluster of seven islands, which were originally inhabited majorly by the fishing communities. Glistering beaches, ancient temples and monuments, rich museums, tempting shopping places and sumptuous cuisine, keep every traveller hooked. What makes a visit to this city all the more enjoyable are the Mumbai Local Sightseeing Tour Packages .

If you are wondering on the ways to find a suitable local sightseeing tour package then look no further as we at Mumbai Tourism , a subdivision of Holidays DNA have accumulated an extensive range of Mumbai Local sightseeing tour packages . Our travel executives in association with many leading tour operators in Mumbai , have created packages that suit all kinds of interests and budgets.

With our exclusive sightseeing packages you can explore various places to visit in Mumbai in a stress free manner. You will be travelling in a comfortable and clean private cars from leading car rental companies in Mumbai . Hence, you are not required to plan your visit to various attractions nor you need to prepare yourself for the fare haggles. We at Mumbai Tourism take care of all this and much more.

Top Ten Places to Visit in Mumbai in Mumbai Local Sightseeing Tour packages

1. elephanta caves.

Elephanta Caves

A UNESCO heritage site, Elephanta Caves have become an integral part of every Mumbai Local Sightseeing tour package . Located 10 km east of Mumbai city, these are rock cut caves which showcase amazing sculptures and artwork. The main cave is dedicated to Hindu deity, Lord Shiva. It can be reached via a ferry from the Gateway of India.

2. Haji Ali Dargah

Haji Ali Dargah

No trip to Mumbai can be complete without a visit to this unique mosque which is also a tomb as its has the body of the Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, who had lead to the construction of this captivating structure. Located in the middle of Arabian Sea, Haji Ali Dargah can be reached through a walkway of around 500 meters.

3. Marine Drive

Marine Drive

For a relaxed walk under the shed of Palm trees or to witness a breathtaking sunset over the shimmering waters of Arabian Sea visit Marine Drive. Constructed in the shape of an inverted C, this 3 km long stretch of concrete road, resembles a necklace and hence popularly called as Queen’s Necklace too. Located in South Mumbai, to the north of this boulevard is another popular attraction- Chowpatty Beach.

4. Gateway of India

Gateway of India

Undeniably one of the most popular sightseeing places in Mumbai, Gateway of India is a must visit. This monument was built in 1924 when King George V and Queen Mary visited Mumbai city. However, its historical significance is not limited to one event. It is also the place from where the last set of British troops left India in the year 1947. Presently this place has many stalls and shops by local vendors where tourists can shop while enjoying the serene view of the Sea.

5. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Recognised as the UNESCO world heritage site, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is a site to visit if you want to experience the past and present at the same place. With gothic and Indian architecture which presents a contrast with the hordes of travellers running, hopping and catching trains, it is an iconic place to visit in Mumbai.

6. Worli Sea Link

Worli Sea Link

A cable-stay bridge, Worli Sea Link, connects South Mumbai to Western Mumbai. Not only as a transportation path but also a marvelous view of Arabian Sea makes a ride via this bridge mandatory when you are in Mumbai. This bridge offers a clear view of the ocean while at night it shimmers with innumerable lights.

7. Colaba Causeway Market

Colaba Causeway Market

Located in the heart of Mumbai city, a place where you can understand and explore the real Mumbai spirit is the Colaba Causeway Market. One of the oldest markets in the city, it is known for street shopping as well as for some of the legendary eateries such as Cafe Leopold and buildings that give a glimpse of bygone eras. Filled with activities and umpteen number of shopping choices, it is a must visit in Mumbai.

8. Prince of Wales Museum

Prince of Wales Museum

Built in the early 20th century, this museum boasts of a rich collection of ancient art, sculptures and artefacts. Also known as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, this museum is built in the architectural style of Indo-Saracenic and is surrounded by lush gardens. This museum consists of three different parts, namely Natural history section, Art section and Archaeology section. Its rich collection ranges from 2000 miniature paintings to artefacts dating back to Indus valley civilization.

9. Kanheri Caves

Kanheri Caves

Dating back to the 1st century BC, Kanheri Caves are considered as one of the oldest caves in India. These caves which were once a prominent institution for Buddhist to study, meditate and worship, are now a popular place to visit in Mumbai. Located in Borivali, in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, these caves boast of a captivating ancient architecture and natural basalt formation. These caves have 109 special entrances, which is also a unique feature.

10. Siddhivinayak Temple

Siddhivinayak Temple

One of the most visited and the richest temples in the country, Shri Siddhivinayak Temple is a must visit when in Mumbai. This temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. The idol of Lord Ganesha is said to be self manifested. It has been created out of a single black stone and is around 2 and a half feet.

Not only these, there are many more places to visit in Mumbai, which are equally interesting and entertaining. Some of these are Mount Mary Church , Essel World , Juhu beach , Chowpatty Beach, Girgaon Chowpatty , Gorai Beach , Chor Bazaar , Asiatic Society , Mumbai Film City/Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagri , Sanjay Gandhi National Park , Jehangir Art Gallery , Taraporewala Aquarium , Taj Mahal Palace Hotel and Nariman Point .

If you have some extra days in your hand, then you can also plan a visit to places like ISKCON Temple, Raj Bhavan, Bombay High Court, St. Thomas Cathedral, Nehru Planetarium, Versova beach, Churchgate, Wankhede Stadium, Aksa beach, Malabar Hill, St. Michael's Church, Hanging Garden, Mani Bhawan, Prithvi Theatre and Mumbai Chhota Kashmir. Visiting these places will not be cumbersome if you happen to book taxi from these top car rental companies in Mumbai .

Along with Mumbai Local sightseeing tour packages , we also provide a range of All- inclusive Mumbai tour packages . These packages are ideal for those travellers who wish to explore this city of dreams in a relaxed manner while pampering themselves as well. These packages are inclusive of a comfortable accommodation that ranges from 2 star to 5 star hotels and resorts, complimentary breakfast, pick up and drop services and visit different sightseeing places in Mumbai. To know more about these packages or to customise these, you can contact our travel executives by filling out the Contact Us form. We will reach you with all the relevant information.

If you wish to commute on your own, then you can hire a cab from these top car rental companies in Mumbai .

How to reach Mumbai

When you are planning a visit to Mumbai, you need not worry about transportation. The city is well connected by all modes of transportation. Mumbai has two airports. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is dedicated to international flights. Located in Sahar, it is also called as the Sahar Airport. The domestic airport is located in Santacruz and is named as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Domestic Airport. The distance between Sahar airport and Santacruz airport is not more than 15 minutes of drive.

Mumbai has two main railway stations as well, namely Mumbai Central and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. Both the railway stations are connected to towns and cities from every corner of the country. If interested in travelling via roads you will find government run buses from nearby cities and towns. Connected via well maintained highways, the city can be reached via private cars as well.

What adds to the overall Mumbai tour is the ease of commuting in the city. A wide range of public transport such as metro rail line, local trains, auto rickshaws, city buses let tourists travel without much hassle. And if in case you wish to travel at your own pace then hire a taxi from these top car rental companies in Mumbai .

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  • Gateway of India, Mumbai
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  • Marine Drive, Mumbai
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  • Haji Ali Dargah, Mumbai
  • Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Mumbai
  • Essel World, Mumbai
  • Nariman Point, Mumbai
  • Juhu beach, Mumbai
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai
  • Asiatic Society, Town Hall in Mumbai
  • Colaba Causeway, Mumbai
  • Nehru Planetarium, Mumbai
  • Girgaon Chowpatty, Mumbai
  • Chor Bazaar, Mumbai
  • Mount Mary Church, Mumbai
  • Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai
  • Kanheri Caves, Mumbai
  • Raj Bhavan, Mumbai
  • Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
  • Taraporewala Aquarium, Mumbai
  • Bombay High Court
  • Bandra Bandstand, Mumbai
  • Versova beach, Mumbai
  • Churchgate, Mumbai
  • Aksa Beach, Mumbai
  • Worli Sea Face, Mumbai
  • Chhota Kashmir, Mumbai
  • Malabar Hill, Mumbai
  • Prithvi Theatre, Mumbai
  • ISKCON Temple, Mumbai
  • Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
  • St. Michael's Church, Mumbai
  • St. Thomas Cathedral, Mumbai
  • Hanging Gardens, Mumbai
  • Mani Bhavan, Mumbai
  • Elephanta Island, Mumbai
  • Dhobi Ghat, Mumbai
  • Babulnath Temple, Mumbai
  • Global Vipassana Pagoda, Mumbai
  • Flora Fountain, Mumbai
  • Water Kingdom, Mumbai
  • Powai Lake, Mumbai
  • Mahalakshmi Temple, Mumbai
  • Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai
  • Marve Beach, Mumbai
  • Gorai Beach, Mumbai
  • Mumba Devi Temple, Mumbai
  • Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai
  • Kamala Nehru Park, Mumbai
  • Fort Bassein / Vasai Fort, Mumbai
  • Rajabai Clock Tower, Mumbai
  • Suraj Water Park, Mumbai
  • Shangrila Water Park, Mumbai
  • Snow World, Mumbai
  • Yazoo Park, Mumbai
  • Tikuji-ni-Wadi, Mumbai
  • Ammu Water Park, Mumbai
  • Shivganga Water Park, Mumbai
  • Sargam Water Park, Thane
  • Paradise Funland, Mumbai
  • Mati Hill County Resort, Mumbai
  • Snow Kingdom, Mumbai
  • Imagicaa Theme Park, Mumbai
  • Imagicaa Water Park, Mumbai
  • Snow Park at Imagicaa, Mumbai
  • Eyelusion at Imagicaa, Mumbai
  • House of Stars at Imagicaa, Mumbai
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  • Royal Garden Resort & Water Park, Mumbai
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  • Wet N Joy Water & Amusement Park, Lonavala
  • Mumbai Film City / Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagri
  • Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai / Crawford Market, Mumbai
  • Mumbai Zoo / Veer Mata Jijabai Bhonsale Park / Byculla Mumbai
  • Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai
  • Glowmagica at Imagicaa Mumbai

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