20 Places to Visit in Mumbai with Friends : 2020 Updated
Places to visit  in Mumbai with Friends includes Gateway of India, Essel World, Band Stand, Powai Lake, Doolally Taproom, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Colaba Causeway, Nariman Point, Carter Road and many other tourist places.

Believe us when we say you will undoubtedly be spoilt for choice with some of the best places in Mumbai to  with friends! Among many historical monuments to explore, cool events to attend, crazy food options and some insta-worthy joints, you and your friends are sure to have a great time here. Of course, Nariman Point and Carter Road are always the go-to options, but there are so many more places to enjoy with your gang in this metropolis.

With not a dull moment, this fast-paced city offers some well-frequented popular haunts like H2O- The Liquid Lounge, Doolally Taproom, and Trilogy Open Air Lounge to have a blast with your friends. The city also surprises with some of the charming neighbourhoods like Bandstand and spots like Leopold Cafe and Kala Ghoda Cafe to enjoy the serene moments with the group. So gather your tribe and narrow down your hunt from the unending treasury of fun places to visit in Mumbai with friends.

Here is the list of best places to visit in Mumbai with friends:

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Location: Mumbai

Start Point: 
Wheeler Bookstall, Churchgate Railway Station, Mumbai

End Point:
 Mohammed Ali Road and MS Ali Road, Mumbai

Start Time/End Time: 
5:30 PM to 9:30 PM.

Mumbai is famous across India for its outstanding street food, but discovering the best hygienic eateries in the big city is not always easy. When your taste buds need a mast of delectable experience, let them travel to Mumbai. Magic of food and its cooking fragrance enters our nostrils and directly get placed in the brain and heart. Mumbai offers you the delectable aroma of tangy panipuris, crunchy ban pav, Stiff dosas, Chicken Tandori, Seekh Kebabs, and much more.

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Mumbai Food Tour at Mumbai’s most famous beach, Chowpatty, where we’ll try an array of Mumbai’s best vegetarian street food as we watch the sunset. We’ll have classics such as Dahi puri, Pani puri, and pav bhaji. Then we’ll take a short taxi ride to the lively Mohammad Ali Road area. 

In this predominantly Muslim neighborhood, we’ll introduce you to the local culture and, of course, the delicious food. In the bustling Ali Khao gullies (eating lanes) you will find mainly non-vegetarian options such as Chota kebabs and chicken tikka.

Suitable For:
 Foodies of all age groups.

How to Reach: 
The location is motorable and can be reached by car or a taxi.

We’ll be sampling many different dishes and a few items we’ll try along Mohammed Ali Road are non-vegetarian. However, there are plenty of options for vegetarians: for example, all snacks at Chowpatty Beach are vegetarian. 

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Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

Timings: 6:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Explore a new side of Mumbai calm and peaceful with this cycling tours in mumbai. While the rest of the city is only just beginning to wake up, we take advantage of the empty streets and cool air to explore South Mumbai by cycle.

The cycling tours in mumbai starts at 6 AM and as you wind your way through the back lanes, you'll visit must-see Mumbai sights like the Gateway of India, Marine Drive, and CST Station as well as some hidden gems like Sassoon Dock and Crawford Market.n At the end of the tour, you’ll stop for a well-deserved Indian breakfast.

The highly trained and professional guide will accompany you throughout the activity of cycling tours in Mumbai and explain you some interesting stories about this city of dreams. Meet at the Kailash Parbat Restaurant, Colaba and embark on this fun-filled actiivty that would come up with a set of splendid memories.

Suitable for: Age group from 11 to 50 years of age.

How to Reach:
The meeting point is  Kailash Parbat Restaurant, Colaba and you can reach with the help of private and public transportation.

Min 2 & max 8 people are allowed to book this activity.

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  • Do you and your friends love the high of that adrenaline rush? Then make your way to a one-of- a-kind escape room game in Mumbai!
  • The Amazing Escape is a one hour long intriguing game where you are locked in a themed room and provided with different clues to unlock the room and escape.
  • Feel free to choose any theme from a list of multiple exciting themes including, The Lost Kingdom, Bank Heist, Illuminati, Prison Break, Metro Bomb Defusal and Escape the Tomb.
  • Arrive at the venue fifteen minutes prior to the start of the game to get your briefing and then you will be locked inside the themed room you have chosen. Once the clock starts ticking, put on your thinking caps and search for clues that will lead you towards your final goal – Escaping the room in under 60 minutes!
  • Say cheese for a quick round of photos and a feedback session once you’re done.
  • The game is open to school students, families, friends and corporate teams too. You can also celebrate special occasions like your birthday, anniversary etc at The Amazing Escape and customize your game too!

  • The Lost Kingdom: This escape room accommodates 4-7 players. The Lost Kingdom is set at a time in which you are dared to go into the innermost sanctum of a lost kingdom thriving with creepy-crawlies! This is where danger lurks and if you fail to escape in an hour, you might end up getting locked inside forever.

  • Bank Heist: This escape room accommodates 4-7 players at a time. The J.A.Q is the most successful heist syndicate and we give you your only chance to be a part of this elite group and make your mark worldwide. The challenge for your team is to attempt a heist at the OKO Bank. With the security cameras in the office deactivated for one hour, you will have to race against time to find the clues to complete the mission.

  • Illuminati: This escape room accommodates 3-7 players at a time. Hunt through sealed crypts, dangerous catacombs and deserted cathedrals to investigate the mysterious death of the Catholic Pope in Vatican. Your mission is to prove the Pope was assassinated and escape from there in 60 minutes before the Swiss Guard captures you.

  • Prison Break: This escape room accommodates 8-12 players at a time .You are locked in a prison for a crime you did not commit without parole. The previous inmate disappeared with out any trace! Some believe he escaped and some say he was murdered by the cruel warden! Your task is to escape from the cell in one hour while the warden is out of his office as this is the only chance you’ll get.

  • The Metro Bomb Defusal: This escape room can accommodate 8- 12 players at a time. The game is to find and disarm a bomb placed by the Laksha group in the metro station.  It is up to you to save the lives of innocent commuters. The terrorists have provided you with some clues and hints to reach the bomb but they are brilliant so that it would be tough to disarm the bomb. Remember, you have only one hour left to keep the city safe.

  • Escape the Tomb: This escape room accommodates 4-6 players at a time. Explore the mythical mystery of a Pharaoh buried inside an inner tomb of a Pyramid. Visited by many but with no successful escapers, there is a belief that the Pharaoh’s chamber is cursed. The game is to escape the inner chamber where you can find the Pharoah’s body in 60 minutes or you will also suffer the same destiny.

  • Minimum pax required- 2
  • The timings are as follow: 
  • 11:30 AM,  12:45 PM, 2 PM, 03:15PM, 04:30 PM, 05:45 PM, 07:00 PM, 8:15 PM and 9:30 PM
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Location:  Gateway of India jetty

There is no better way to truly enjoy Mumbai, then to stay out on a sailboat in the Mumbai harbor. Come and sail in Mumbai along the beautiful Arabian sea coastline for sailing experience catered to all age groups and all events. Be it a Surprise, Birthday, Gift, Weddings, Bachelorettes, Proposal, or sailing pleasure this sailing experience will truly fit the occasion in the most extraordinary way.

About the Boat: 
No matter what your sailing style, you will find fun on Sailing J 24s. They are fast, comfortable keel boats that will accommodate as many as six adults. Their flush decks allow for unparalleled lounging and sunbathing, too. Their ample, yet easily managed, sail plans make the J 24 easy to sail by even novice sailors. The fun begins when this speedster kicks up her heels in even the slightest breeze. Then you will know why J 24 is described as 'The World's Most Popular One-Design Keel-boat'!

: Sailing for 2 hours will be provided in any of the following slots:

7:00am to 4:00pm
4:00pm to 6:00pm
6:00pm to 8:00pm

Maximum Occupancy
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How to Reach
: One can reach Gateway of India Jetty easily by public or private transport
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Gateway of India
One of the most visited places in Mumbai, the Gateway of India is counted among Mumbai tourist places that see excellent footfall at any time of the year. The attraction was built by the British in 1919, by the then Governor of Bombay, Sir George Sydenham Clarke, who laid the foundation of the monument in 1911. The plan was approved in 1914, after which construction began. The monument was built to honour the visit of King George V and Queen Mary, who was to arrive at Bombay.

The architectural design of the Gateway of India is done in the Indo-Saracenic style, along with Muslim architectural styles incorporated when it comes to the archways. 
The Elephant Caves are located quite close to the Gateway of India and can be reached via a ferry from here. You can pay the ticket price here and get on a motorboat to reach the Elephant Caves, which takes a little more than an hour to reach, being located 56 kilometres from the monument.

Location: Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra

 Can visit anytime

No entry fee

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Essel World
Located in the beautiful coastal village of Gorai in Mumbai, Essel World happens to be one of the largest amusement parks in India. For over two decades, this recreational hub has been the pioneer in rendering entertainment and leisure to its visitors from all over the globe. 

Owned by EsselWorld Leisure Private Ltd., the amusement center has been exquisitely built over sprawling acres of land and brings to you numerous exciting rides, different theme parks, dancing zones, gaming facilities, and several other entertaining activities.

Alongside, lies the Water Kingdom which serves as an ideal summer destination. It attracts visitors from all over the country across different age groups and offers them a sheer pleasure. There are rides for all age groups and a visit to Essel World will certainly not be disappointing for you. The beautifully designed theme park with its impressive landscaped interiors is sure to leave you in absolute awe. 

Gorai Road, Borivali West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400091.

10.30 am to 6.30 pm daily. However, hours might differ on weekends.

 Adult and child entry fee costs Rs 390. The entry price to the water park ranges between Rs 865 to Rs 1710 according to age and height.
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Band Stand

Band Stand

It is a famous promenade which serves the purpose as one of the best hangout Places to Visit in Mumbai with friends and loved one. The place also has a separate jogging track where people love to come and enjoy a morning walk along with some quick exercise in front of the sea.

The site also has food junctions and hawkers where one can munch on some local street food and snacks. You can also witness the mesmerising sun setting in the blue Arabian Sea, making the sky orange behind the Bandra Fort and Bandra Sea Link. Also, people are attracted to the place as it is the residential place of Shahrukh Khan.

Location: Bandstand PromenadeBandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050

Timing: 24 hours

Price: Free

Powai Lake
The Powai Lake was built in 1799 by the British. Located in the very heart of the city if Mumbai, the lake is a pleasant break from the humdrum life of the city. The 219-years-old lake was once used as a source for drinking water in the city, now i is a sightseeing place that is home to varieties of birds, amphibians, insects etc.

There are colourful flowers around the lake that attract moths, honeybees, bumblebees etc. You can also find varieties of aquatic plants in and around Powai Lake. Among birds that flock around the lake, one can easily spot bulbuls, marina, sparrows, kingfishers, spot-billed ducks, doves, pond heron etc which make it an interesting place for bird watchers who come here early in the morning to catch glimpse of these birds.

Come to the Powai Lake on a lazy afternoon or evening to enjoy the cool breeze that blows because of the lake. There are narrow roads beside the lake for you to take a walk on as well.

Location: Powai Lake, Powai, Mumbai, Maharashtra


 No entry fee
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Doolally Taproom

Doolally Taproom

Doolally Taproom is a microbrewery blending some exclusive beers just for its guests. It is one of the Best Places to Visit in Mumbai with Friends where you can play some board-games provided by the club.

They also have a book and board-games exchange program which you can utilise to enjoy at home too. They also serve some exotic recipes of finger-foods along with some unique options for beer.

Location: 1st Floor, 135 Kwality House, August Kranti Marg, Near, Kemps Corner Flyover, Above Hobby Ideas, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400036

Timing: 11 am to 1 am from Monday to Friday, and 7 am to 1 am on Saturday and Sunday

Price: 1500 INR for two people

Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Sanjay Gandhi National Park, previously known as Borivali National Park in Mumbai is one of the popular picnic spots for locals as well as visitors of the city. The park covers about 20% of Mumbai’s geographical area and invites nature lovers to experience greenery, wildlife, rocky cliffs, caves and a number of tourist attractions located inside the park. 

With an area of 103 square kilometres, Sanjay Gandhi National Park is one of the largest parks situated within the city limits and is also believed to be one of Asia’s most visited parks. The national park is home to a surprising number of two hundred and fifty-four species of birds, forty species of mammals, seventy-eight species of reptiles and amphibians, about one fifty species of butterflies and over a staggering 1,300 species of plants. 

The park houses animals like leopards, deer, flying fox, boars along with beautiful birds like butterflies, kingfisher, sunbirds. Inside the forest, there are two artificial lakes. These lakes invite a number of migratory birds every year and also have crocodiles wandering at its shore. 

 Western Express Highway, Near Chikuwadi, Borivali East, Mumbai 

National Park - 7 AM to 6:30 PM and Kanheri Caves - 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM on all days

INR 65 per adult, INR 25 for children above the age of five. Entry fee to Kanheri caves: INR 5 per head
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Colaba Causeway
If your Pune trip can accommodate a fun-filled evening in Mumbai, Colaba Causeway is definitely among the places you cannot miss out on. Located close to some of the most important landmarks in the city, this commercial street thrives on the energy of gastronomes, shoppers, and fun-seekers and is always found packed with throngs of visitors.

Offering a wide range of amusements in the form of countless options for dining, shopping, and much more, this is one of the finest places to visit in Pune at night with family.

Whether you are interested in stuffing your travel bag with some surprisingly inexpensive clothes, trying on the latest styles at designer boutiques, or teasing your taste buds with authentic Indian delicacies, this place has it all.

Location: Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, Mumbai

Timing: 9 am to 10 pm

Price: No entry fee

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Nariman Point

Nariman Point

It is Mumbai’s business district dotted with high-rise offices and high-end hotels, making it one of the Best Places to Visit in Mumbai with Friends.. Locals enjoy sunset drinks at exotic sea-facing bars with their peers after their hectic working hours.

Not only this but the place houses the National Centre for performing arts, hosting experimental theatre and international music acts and displaying pieces at the art galleries. People also like walking along the road edging the sea and witnessing the sunset and the Arabian Sea.

Location: Nariman Point, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Timing: 24 hours

Price: Free


Carter Road

Carter Road

Carter Road is a stretch of 1.25 KM route edging the western coast of Mumbai. Although it is a decade old place but it was not in use until January 2002, when it was finally opened up for the public. It has a jogging track where fitness enthusiasts come to have a quick workout.

There is a children’s park along the road too where you can enjoy the sights of the toddlers playing merrily. The dog park is also another unique feature which attracts people to bring their dogs for a walk here, which is another delightful sight.

Location: Sangeet Samrat Naushad Ali Marg, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Timing: 24 hours

Price: Free


The Beer Café

The Beer Café

The motive of the Beer cafe is to bring people together towards fun and responsible drinking culture. With that, the cafe serves more than 50 brands of drinks from 20 countries and over 40 types of cocktails which you can enjoy with your buddies.

You will also find popular brews like Fullers London Pride, Hoegaarden, Erdinger and Murphy’s. You can enjoy this electrifying variety amidst light and cheery ambience while sitting on the comfortable couches. The range of music can help you shake your leg. The excellent music takes it among the Best Places to Visit in Mumbai with Friends.

Location: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Terminal 2, MLCP P10, Landside (Eastside), Opp. Gate No. 1, Departures, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400099

Timing: 24 hours

Price: 1500 INR

Shivaji Park
Shivaji Park in Mumbai was built and established in the year 1925 by the Bombay Municipal Corporation and remains the largest park in City. 1925 was also a time when the British had a stronghold in the port of Mumbai, which makes this park an establishment of great historical significance as well. In fact, it served as a centre for a large number of social as well as political gatherings which took place in the park, both in the pre-Independence and post-independence era. 

Later named after Chhatrapati Shivaji, the park was originally called the Mahim Park and during the British rule, it served as a hub for freedom fighters to gather and hold meetings. In the 1960s, Shivaji Park in Mumbai became the locus for the Samyukta Maharashtra Movement which ultimately led to the formation of the current state of Maharashtra as we know it today.

Location: The Shivaji park is located in Dadar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra opposite the Mayor’s building. The park is public property and has no entry fee. People are free to enter and spend time at the park and play according to their own discretion.

Monday to Sunday (7:00 am – 11:00 pm) 

Free entry
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Taraporewala Aquarium
This sightseeing place in Mumbai is one of the largest aquariums in the city of Mumbai. Situated in Marine Drive, this aquarium was founded by D. B. Taraporewala, a Parsi philanthropist, in the year 1951. The aquarium has a twelve feet long three-sixty degrees glass tunnel that holds interesting marine life.

There are several species of fish here, such as damselfish, butterfly fish, tiger fish, angelfish, moss, sea urchins, sea cucumber, marine eels, tube worms, tangs, batfish, puffer fish, tangs, jellyfishes, orandas etc that make this aquarium a highly diverse collection of marine life. There are a total of thirty-two tropical tanks in the building.

You can also see several species of freshwater and marine plants such as water lilies. There is also a fish spa and touch pool, where you can dip your feet in the water and the fish eat away the dead skin off your feet (at the fish spa), and you can touch sea urchins, turtles, sea cucumbers in the touch pool.

Location: Marine Drive, Near Charni Road Railway Station, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Timings: 10.30AM-8.00PM (weekdays), 10.00 AM-8.00 PM (weekends)

INR 40 (adults), INR 20 (student), INR 30 (child)
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H20 - The Liquid Lounge

H20 - The Liquid Lounge

H2O is a luxurious place adorned with water flowing around which creates a very soothing aura. There are vibrant colourful lights emitting out of every corner of this one of the Best Places to Visit in Mumbai with Friends. You can order a variety of food options from around the world and enjoy it at various sections.

There is a place where the music is the loudest whereas there is corner with the least sound. The terrace is also inviting you to cherish the city lights gleaming against the black canvas of the dusk. You should also know that this is one of the very first restaurants to introduce Tandoori sea-food dishes in Mumbai, so you must not miss this section of the menu.

Location: Hotel Royal Inn, Opp Khar Telephone Exchange, Off Linking Road, Khar (W), Mumbai, Maharashtra 400052

Timing: 07:30 am to 12:30 am

2000 INR for two


Trilogy Open-Air Lounge

Trilogy Open-Air Lounge

Be it rocking your night or have a relaxing evening, Trilogy Super Club should be your option. It is made on two levels, where one has the bar, and the dance floor whereas the other has the lounge to sit. They also have a separate smoking zone to maintain the aura of the lounge.

You can also enjoy your exotic drinks and delicious food served by the bar. Moreover, The interiors of the bar are contemporary and made psychedelic with LED lights covering the entire place which change their colours every second to make the aura a bit trippy.

Location: 1/136, 34th Floor, Dr E Moses Rd, Worli, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400018

Timing: 05:00 pm to 02:00 am

Price: 2000 INR


Kala Ghoda Cafe

Kala Ghoda Cafe

Kala Ghoda Cafe is one of the best places to visit in Mumbai with girlfriend, it has antique white walls with vaulted wooden roof to give it a rustic appearance. The cafe serves you with a wide variety of cakes, coffees, wines and foods which will complement your memories perfectly. They handpick the finest coffees and blend it themselves to serve you the best.

The recipes are also made with locally sourced ingredients which are grown organically. And the cakes and breads get freshly baked inside the cafe filling the place with a sweet aroma of cocoa powder. This whole collection creates a food menu which is a mix of cafe classics from Conti and Parsi culture.

Location: 10, Rope Walk Ln, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001

Timing: 08:00 am to 11:30 pm

Price: 900 INR for two


Leopold Cafe

Leopold Cafe

Leopold cafe is one of the excellent places to visit in mumbai with girlfriend with the charm of the old school dating back to 1871. Although it is a packed place, yet it gives a homely and cosy feel. The walls of the cafe are decorated with old arts and antique pieces along accompanied by another wall covered with Harley Davidson metal plates.

They serve a variety of snacks, salads, appetizers, burgers, pastas and tandoor dishes from the recipes of Continental, Chinese and Indian culture. You can pair these foods with some exciting cocktails, fresh juices, milkshakes, teas and coffee.

Location: Opp Olympia Coffee House, Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, Colaba Causeway, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001

Timing: 07:30 am to 12:30 am

Price: 1200 INR for two

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22 December 2019
Midnight cycling was great fun. Rode bicycle for 4 hours. Started at 11:45 pm and finished around 4 am. Covered almost 50 kms. Started the ride from gateway of India to Worli sea face and chilled out there. Chilled out at marine drive as well. It was great fun. Met new people and made new friends. Highly recommend this. Try out this fun with friends or solo. It will be worth staying awake at night.
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Came to Mumbai from Pune for some work and I wanted to explore the city, but didn’t really know where all to go, so I decided to book this tour online. The meet up place was easy to find, and I felt really safe as a solo traveller, and in fact made some friends along the way. Karan, our guide was so nice, and in just a short span of 2 hours he covered over 9 places with us!
"It was an amazing experience. The tour operators were very helpful and accommodating with respect to our needs. The sailboat was absolutely neat and clean. The guy doing the sailing for us was also very friendly and courteous. He had knowledge about the boat as well as knew about everything related to sailing that an average customer would want to know about. "
"For a long time I was planning to go for a trek but could not find the time. this independence day I just booked a trek to andharban trough this app. the place is wonderful I would say this is the best trek if you are a beginner. Going through dense forest through Giant waterfall and breathtaking scenery. This place Will defenately make you hungry for more of such beautiful exploration. Believe me it is lot better to go out and do something rather than just sleeping in weekends. Go Green."
This is one of the tour of Mumbai as we covered all the important areas of mumbai mentioned as in package. Well coordinated. Thanks for a great mumbai trip.
I booked this private 1-hour Helicopter Ride on our anniversary to surprise my wife and we had an amazing and the best experience. Watching the entire city in a helicopter was unique and my wife loved it. The views are simply beautiful and worth a watch. The climate was wonderful on that day and we spent quality time together.
27 February 2020
My experience with Helicopter riding was fun and exciting. I had booked for the shared ride and there were two other solo riders there and we interacted during the waiting time. They were very friendly and all of us enjoyed the ride thoroughly. Thanks to the staff there for a smooth service and less waiting time.
01 March 2020
The panoramic views of the Mumbai city and beaches and metropolitan areas were mesmerizing and lovely. The pilot was so friendly and let us enjoy the entire ride very peacefully with a lot of insights from his side. It was a once in a lifetime experience and worth the money spent on it.
08 March 2020
Helicopter Shared Ride in Mumbai was the best part of our short visit to Mumbai. We lived in Singapore for over 10 years now and missed our city. A lot has changed here and it looks amazing from the air.

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  1. Which is the most beautiful place in Mumbai?

    Mumbai has a lot of beautiful places you can cover during your trip to the city. Here is the list: Gateway of India: It is an excellent example of Indo-Saracenic architecture constructed back in the early twentieth century situated edging the Arabian Sea. Marine Drive: It is a 3.6 KM long road running along the Arabian Sea presenting majestic views of it. You get to witness the sun setting behind the sea and then the ride midst the excitingly lit road.

    Chowpatty Beach: It is a mesmerising beach near Marine Drive. You can sit near the waves to watch the sunset along with enjoying local street food. The Red Carpet Wax Museum: The museum houses wax models of various famous people which are set in the suitable backgrounds suiting their professions and lifestyles.

    Haji Ali Dargah: It is an architectural delight settled on an islet in the Arabian Sea. It is more delightful when the tides are high, and the grounds around the dargah gets covered under the sea, and the monument looks like floating on the sea.

    Elephanta Caves: You need to catch a ferry to the caves as they are settled on an isolated island which is untarnished by the lifestyle of human beings.
  2. Where can I go with my girlfriend in Mumbai?

    Mumbai has a very romantic aura in its atmosphere, and you will have numerous options for places to take your loved one to. Marine Drive: Also known as the Queen’s Necklace, Marine Drive is the best place to take her for a drive. You can take a break at the Chowpatty beach to witness the sunset and walk along the road, eating street food.

    Bandra Fort: Built following the European architecture, the ancient fort is facing the majestic Arabian Sea. It would be a lovely place to spend some time exploring the gone beauty of the fort.

    Bandra Bandstand: It is a 1.2 KM long road along the Arabian Sea. People come here to watch sunset and spend some great time with their peers. You can take your girlfriend here and munch on some local street food.

    Hanging Gardens: It is a garden located on the beautiful Malabar hill. You can make some cherishable memories in the garden while having some great views of Mumbai City and its high rise buildings.
  3. What is Mumbai famous for?

    Mumbai is famous for a lot of things like: Historical monuments Street markets Street foods High-end mall Exotic beaches Exciting nightlife Lounge and bars Fine-dining restaurants Cruise Caves Local Culture
  4. How many days do you need in Mumbai?

    You need at least 3 days to cover the whole of Mumbai. This is sufficient time to complete a well-planned trip to the city and cover all the significant places.
  5. What is the famous food in Mumbai?

    Mumbai is famous for its street food. You should not miss on the following foods: Vada Pav Pav Bhaji wrapped up in butter Misal Puri Sev Puri Batata Vada Ragda Pattice Dabeli.
  6. Is Mumbai a safe place to visit?

    Yes. Mumbai is an extremely safe place to visit. It is known as the city that never sleeps so you should be carefree while travelling. Although you should know that the chances of meeting an accident is more likely than facing a crime in the city.
  7. How can I visit Mumbai in 3 days?

    You can easily cover all the significant places in Mumbai in 3 days. Just make sure to be well researched and planned before you commence your trip or else things could get messy.
  8. Is Mumbai expensive to visit?

    Yes. Mumbai is an expensive place to visit, but you should know that you can save some bucks by booking tours beforehand. You can also cut off some expenses by using local transport to commute like auto-rickshaw and local trains.
  9. What is the best area to stay in Mumbai?

    You can choose Colaba for staying in Mumbai as it is located at a very convenient place. Bandra West is perfect when you are tight on the pocket or Bandra Kurla Complex to enjoy the best of the nightlife in Mumbai. Kala Ghoda is also one of the coolest places to stay in along with Juhu, which is best if travelling with family.
  10. What is famous in Mumbai for shopping?

    Mumbai is famous for shopping things like:

    - Local spices
    - Jewellery
    - Decoration pieces
    - Handmade paintings
    - Artefacts
    - Saris

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