Constructed in 1911, the memorabilia is dedicated to King George V and Queen Mary who visited the city. Apart from being a colonial structure, the water front view, surrounding hotels and restaurants make this place a happening one.
Adventure and fun takes you to Juhu Beach in the central suburban of Mumbai. Accessible from both North and Southern part of the city, the orange beach has a beautiful sight of the horizon during sunset.
One of the prominent Mumbai tourist places, Elephanta Caves are close to the Mumbai Harbor and around 10 kilometers from the city center. Consisting of two groups of Hindu and Buddhist Caves.
Now known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, the Prince of Wales museum is located quite close to the Gateway of India. 50,000 plus objects from ancient and medieval India and some prized possessions from the Renaissance world.
The Haji Ali Dargah has a mosque and a tomb built on the lines of Indo-Islamic architecture. The tomb in the dargah belongs to Sayed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. The Dargah is a notable landmark on Mumbai’s riveting sealine and is visited by more than 80,000 people a week.
Also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, the Hanging Gardens of Mumbai are terraced gardens that offer surreal sunset views across the Arabian Sea. The Gardens, situated in Malabar Hills, feature hedges carved out in shapes of animals.