- Destination Plan
- Tourist Attractions
Mumbai being the financial capital of India is also known as the Bollywood City. It is the second most populous metropolitan city so it is an integral part of the Indian Tourism. Mumbai is the hometown of Indian Cinema. The tourist places in Mumbaiare the Jijamata Udyaan, forts, cinemas, film studios, beaches, museums, etc. Flora Mountain, Haji Ali Dargah, Elephanta Cave, Gateway of India, Marine Drive forms an integral part of Mumbai sightseeing.
The fountain is built with white Poland stone with the astounding combination of classical and gothic style of architecture. It is located in the centre of the city on the Dadabhai Naoroji Road. In evening, it looks gorgeous watering with light works.
Haji Ali Dargah:-
The tomb is built with white marble with different courtyard for ladies and gents devoted to Saint Haji Ali. On opposite side of the tomb, there is a Mahalaxmi Temple.
The cave is the most peaceful place 0 km away from our confusing life. The place is built with the combination of Buddhist Rock Art and Hindus Rock Art devoting Lord Shiva.
Gateway of India:-
The gateway is built in the colonial era in the memory of brave soldiers. This monument reminds about the sacrifices of brave soldiers for the country’s pride. It has beautifully carved pillars and is located in Southern Part of Mumbai.
It is a best place to spend the time for soothy evening. It is also called the Necklace of queen due to its shape of the inverted ‘C’. a the road side of the place you can enjoy mouth-watering food stalls.
Essence of Mumbai
Best time to visit Mumbai: October to February
Seasons: Summer (March-May), Winter (November-February), Monsoon (June- October)
Languages: English, Hindi, Marathi
Climate: Tropical wet & dry climate
Cuisine: Different country foods
Temperature: Winter (10° C to 32° C) & Summer: (20° C to 42° C)
Religions: Sikhism, Hindus, Islamic, Jainism