Best Tourist Attractions in Mumbai for Travel and Tourist

Night View of Mumbai CST station, Mumbai



The capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra is Mumbai (also known as "Bombay," official name until 1995). Demographically, it's India's most populated city. Geographically, it is situated on the Konkan on India's west coast and has a deep natural harbor. Mumbai is India's largest financial and business hub, producing 6.16% of GDP. In addition, it is one of India's most popular tourist destinations.

Here is an assorted list of the best tourist attractions in Mumbai for travel and tourism.

1) GATEWAY OF INDIA

Gateway of india, Mumbai

The Indian Gateway is an arched monument that was built in Bombay in the 20th century. It is the tourist attraction most popular. It was established on 31 March 1911 as the basis for Gateway of India. The Gateway used to represent the Viceroys and Governors of Bombay as their symbolic entrance.The Gateway of India is a popular tourist destination for local people, street vendors and photographers in Mumbai. The architectural structure of the Indian Gateway includes a wide 26-meter arch. The Indo-Saracenic Style architectural design of the Indian Gateway. Traces of Muslim architectures embodied in the structure of the grandiose building can also be found. With a total height of 83 metres, the main dome of the monument has a diameter of around 48 feet.

In 2012, the Maharashtra Tourism Development Company moved from its original venue in Elephanta Caves (where it was celebrated 23 years), the Elephanta Festival of Music and Dance to the Gateway because of the increased capacity that the venue offers. The Gateway has capacity for 2000-2500 people, while Elephanta Caves could only accommodate 700-800.  Link 1,     Link2
Elephanta Caves,Mumbai

2) ESSEL WORLD

Essel World Water Park,Mumbai


Essel World is a fun park in Gorai, Mumbai. Pan India belongs to Paryatan Pvt. (PIPPL). Ltd. It is built over a surface area of 64 hectares. Essel World is known as one of the biggest amusement and water park, together with the water kingdom.

EsselWorld offers a range of tours to people of all ages. This features 14 family attractions, 11 adrenaline-pumping thrill rides and 15 children's rides.
The dance floor is an additional feature of the park, allowing guests to party in the park. It has colorful lights, audio and glas floor dance. It has a high definition. The dance hall performs both Bollywood and Western music to retain its foreign character. Apart from traditional theme park attractions including roller coasters and swings, the first ice skating rink of Mumbai, spanning 3,400 square feet, also hosts EsselWorld. At a steady 4 degrees Celsius, the park retains the rink temperature.
The theme park also includes a6-lane bowling alley known as Riki's Rocking Alley. The bowling alley comprises an integrated arcade, as well as a ' Tandoori One ' restaurant. South Treat-serving South Indian traditional delicacies, Domino's Pizza, Taipan Chinese Restaurant, Ohh, are also culinary options in all of EsselWorld. Happy Singh Da Dhaba–Punjabi Cuisine, petu and Mother Dairy desserts.
The faces of the Fab-5, also known as EsselWorld and the Water Kingdom mascots are scattered across the park. The Bandwagon Fab-5 is a well-established merchandise shop which offers visitors and clients the possibility to buy cheap souvenirs.
It is the first ever recipient of the reality TV series ' Roadies ' and the CEO of EsselWorld, Shirish Deshpande, that launched a horror ride called ' Monsters In The Mist ' in 2010 by EsselWorld. It was named the Scariest Trip of India.
Experience with track and car network is a dim, 6,000 square feet indoor experience. It goes through a dark den full of bristle and nebula for a total of four minutes with various thrills and adventures. The journey includes more than 20 scenes supported by cutting-edge animatronics and high end audio. The journey has been planned in Missouri, USA, by the famous world-renowned "The Attraction Factory."

3) HAJI ALI DARGAH


One of Mumbai's most famous monuments is Haji Ali Dargah. It is a mosque and dargah on the islet on the southern coast of Worli. The Dargah contains the grave ofSayed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari and is a prime example of Indo-ISlamic architecture connected to legends of doomed lovers.


Most of the stars of Bollywood come to pray for the cinema's success from time to time.

4) GIRGAON CHOWPATI



(Marathi:गिरगाव चौपाटी), It is one of the famous public beaches in the Girgaon area of Mumbai, India adjacent to Marine Drive. The play is known for its Visarjancelections from Ganesh when the idols of Lord Ganesh are immersed in Arabian Sea by thousands of people from all over Mumbai and Pune. It is also one of the several places in the city where the "RAMLILA" takes place annually on the stage. At the end of the 10-day performance, an effigy of Ravan erected on sand is burnt. There are several beach vendors of bhelpuri, panipuri, ragda patties and pav bhaji.


5) MARINE DRIVE



In South Mumbai the Marine Drive is 3,6 km long. The route was designed by late Bhagojisheth Keer and Pallonji Mistry philanthropists. It is a concrete C-shaped6-lane road on the coast, and a natural bay. The road connects Malabar to the Nariman Point. It is also known as the collar of the Queen, because, if seen at night, this appears as a string of pearls in the collar at a higher point along the road. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road is the official name of this road.

6) BANDRA WORLI SEA LINK

The Bandra Worli Seas Link, also known as the Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link is a wire-stay bridge that links Bandra in western Mumbai suburbs with Worli in southern Mumbai with a pre-stressed concrete-state viaduct on either side. It is part of the West Freeway that will connect western suburbs in the main business district of Mumbai, to Nariman Point.

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