Mumbai, one of the largest and metropolitan cities of India is gaining potential to host the largest number of population in near future. The city is also known as a land of opportunities. Apart of business opportunities and historical significance, the city is also known for its beautiful tourism spots.
Mumbai, the land of diversity has a variety of tourist attractions which await visitors here, ranging from theme parks and theatres, to zoos and aquariums. Local people of Mumbai even can find plenty of appropriate attractions for children including Essel World and Fantasy Land where they can enjoy their day with great fun and enjoyment.
Major Mumbai Tourists' Attractions
The Elephanta Caves is a popular tourist attraction of Mumbai and is situated on the Elephanta Islands. The cave is known for the sculptural vividness portrayed in the rock cut caves. A Shiva temple existing here is also glimpse the beauty of the sculpture and image of lord Shiva. It is easily accessible by motorboats or other water vehicles.
Hanging garden is built on the top of the Malabar hills region and given it a shape to make it look like a terrace. This beautiful tourist attraction gives you a view of the Arabian Sea especially in the evening time during sunset.
Gateway of India
Gateway of India is Mumbai’s most famous monument of India was built in the year 1919 and is located in the South Mumbai on the sides of the sea.
Haji ali is both a tomb and mosque which was built in the year 1431 by a Muslim saint Haji Ali. The mosque as well contains his body. This tomb is situated in the middle of the ocean and can only be reached during low tide. People of all religion believers visit the place and the crowd is more on Thursdays and Fridays.
Mumbai is also known as film city and home of our Bollywood. The architectural splendid Eros Cinema, adjacent to the Churchgate railway station, is a center of attraction for the travelers.
Captivating heritage buildings such as Prince of Wales Museum, Victoria Terminus railway station, the Bombay High Court and the buildings of Horniman Circle are some captivating attractions of Mumbai which greatly grip the attention of the tourists.
Caves and National Park
Mumbai also has a national parks and many ancient Buddhist caved which truly win the heart of the tourists. Sanjay Gandhi National Park is the best example in this regard. The caves are mostly hand carved into volcanic rock and dedicated to the Buddhist and Hindu gods.
Beaches of Mumbai
The metropolitan city ‘Mumbai’ being located on the shores of the Arabian Sea is naturally famous for its beautiful beaches like Juhu beach, Marine Drive, Gorai beach and many more. You can enjoy the sunset here in the evening easting your favourite snacks like pop corn, bhel puri and pani puri etc.
So, never miss any opportunity to visit this most thrilling metropolitan city.