A city of extremes, a city of oddities, a city of boundless potential outcomes and amazements, this is a city that resists all definitions. The heart of Bollywood, the business capital, a blend of society’s, conventions and religions, Mumbai has a touch of something tucked in for each sort of traveller that comes her direction.

Marine Drive

Marine Drive, authoritatively known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Marg, is a 3 kilometer long avenue which extends from Nariman Point to Malabar Hills. It is a transformed ‘C’- formed six path street in southern Mumbai, running along the bank of the Arabian Sea. Celebrated around the world for countless Deco structures that were worked by well off Parsis amid the mid twentieth century, this neckband molded stretch merits investigating. Recorded among the most luxurious territories of the city, Marine Drive highlights some top of the line inns and eateries. Walkeshwar, the place of Maharashtra’s Governor, is likewise situated around there.

Towards the north of Marine Drive is the famous Chowpatty Beach. During the evening, with the road lights are on, the whole street seems like an amazing precious stone neckpiece, thus its additionally alluded as ‘Ruler’s Necklace’. The highlight of this spot is the delightful promenade, which is lined with a few palm trees. Considered as one of world’s biggest review display, Marine Drive draws in a great many voyagers consistently.

Bandra Worli Sea Link

Formally known as Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, Bandra Worli Sea Link is an eight-path link stayed span that connections the districts of Bandra and Worli. It has pre-focused on solid steel viaducts on either side, which give quality to it. The extension is proposed to connect the western rural areas of Mumbai with Nariman Point, the principle business focus. This radiant scaffold was worked by Hindustan Construction Company on the requests of Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC). It was opened for open in June 2009 and from that point forward has massively diminished the travel time amongst Bandra and Worli.

Chowpatty Beach

One of Mumbai’s star attractions, Chowpatty Beach is situated on the northern side of Marine Drive. Formally known as Girgaum Chowpatty, this open shoreline serves as a most loved cookout spot among local people and sightseers. Lapped by the waters of the Arabian Sea, this shoreline is ideal for going through snippets of rest with loved ones.

Chowpatty Beach has been a critical community for some festivals throughout the years, including Ganesh Chaturthi. Amid this celebration, a huge number of enthusiasts accumulate at the shoreline to take an interest in the inundations of the Lord Ganapati symbols in the Arabian Sea. Another well known celebration that is held here is Ramlila, which goes on for a time of 10 days. Parades, enthusiastic move exhibitions and thumping of the drums are a vital piece of this celebration.

The shoreline is lined with numerous eateries and road sellers, where you can relish road nourishment like bhelpuri, pav bhaji, sev puri, batata puri, new green delicate coconuts and chaat. This spot offers numerous relaxation chances to guests of any age. Go for an unshod walk on the brilliant sands or respect the dawn and dusk sitting as you laze around on the beachfront.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, which was beforehand known as Victoria Terminus, is among the busiest railroad stations in the nation. An extraordinary case of Victorian-Gothic compositional style, the railroad station is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. This awe inspiring building, composed by F. W. Stevens, was inherent the year 1887 to praise the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. The end was authoritatively renamed as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in 1996.

The end building has striking stone vaults, pointed curves, excellent turrets and capricious ground arrange for that leave spectators astounded. The recolored glass windows upgrade the loveliness of the end’s noteworthy façade. The end serves as a terminal for both neighborhood and long-separate trains of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. Frequented by workers and history buffs, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is among the most famous spots of traveler enthusiasm for the city.

Gateway of India  

The Gateway of India is a meaningful point of interest in Mumbai as well as in the whole nation. Situated on the southern part of the city, the portal ignores the mind blowing Arabian Sea. This brilliant structure was built to memorialize King George V and Queen Mary’s visit to India in 1911. It was planned by George Wittet and took around 13 years to finish the venture. The landmark was introduced on fourth December, 1924.

Parading perfect Indo-Saracenic engineering, this structure has been inherent yellow basalt stone. Its entrance is 26 meters high, which is joined with four turrets. A landmark that says a lot about the political history of the nation, Gateway of India is the ideal spot to get to know the lively existence of Mumbai and is a most loved among history buffs, sightseers and picture takers.