Jan 06, 2024

10 Places most Visited in Mumbai 

By Ays News

 Gateway of India : An iconic monument and Mumbai's most famous landmark, overlooking the Arabian Sea.

 Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT):  A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historic railway station is known for its impressive architecture.

 Marine Drive : A picturesque promenade along the Arabian Sea, known as the Queen's Necklace due to its curved shape and city lights at night.

 Juhu Beach : A popular beach in the western suburbs of Mumbai, known for its lively atmosphere and street food.

 Siddhivinayak Temple : One of Mumbai's most revered temples dedicated to Lord Ganesha.

 Haji Ali Dargah : A mausoleum and mosque located on an islet off the coast of Worli, accessible via a causeway during low tide.

 Elephanta Caves : A UNESCO World Heritage Site, these ancient rock-cut caves on Elephanta Island depict Hindu and Buddhist sculptures.

 Chowpatty Beach : Another popular beach in Mumbai known for its street food, cultural events, and festivals.

 Film City:  A major hub for the Indian film industry, where many Bollywood movies and television shows are produced.

 Kanheri Caves : Located within the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, these caves are a series of ancient rock-cut Buddhist monuments.