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It is beautiful monument reflect one of the British rule effects in India. Huge and busy all the time. It is nice to visit and take some photo and there are too many photographers around the gate so you can choose good one for perfect...More
The gateway of India was a main tourist attraction in Mumbai. I stayed in the Palace Hotel with a view of the sight. It was great to see it at all times of the day - such a great experience to have a room that...More
The gateway of India gives you a sense that it's your gateway of sailing and pursuing your dreams. the background of Gateway of India framed by the lapping waves of the Arabian sea makes it a unique site where the two elements ( earth and...More
The Gateway of India is a colossal structure constructed in 1924 to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay (Mumbai). The Gateway overlooks the Mumbai harbour, which at one point of time represented the grandeur of the British Raj in...More
You can see the Britishers monument in Mumbai in Fort area. You can see the sea from two sides and opposite side Hotel Taj is visible. You can reach there by BSES bus or by sharing taxi in Rs 10 from Churchgate railway station. If...More
Inaugurated in 1911, the gateway was made as an entrance to the country. It was used for ceremonial entry of senior British officials. It was also the place from where they finally left in 1948 after the county's independence in Aug 1947.
Recently it was...More
It’s the tourist central of the city with a liberal dose of rich history, iconic eating and drinking joints and artistic connections that have found prominent mentions in Gregory David Roberts’ Shantaram. Stroll down Colaba Causeway for kitschy street shopping bargains. Take a break at the many
laid-back legendary bars & restaurants like Cafe Mondegar or Leopold Café. The vibrant vibe of Colaba is incomplete without the buzz at Mumbai’s most iconic tourist hub, Gateway of India & The Taj Mahal Hotel on the parallel lane. Sprinkled with designer boutiques, quaint cafes with rooftop sea view, the promenade is a popular route to go to Elephanta Caves & Alibaug.