Sights & landmarks in Mumbai

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  • Liam james
    4 contributions
    Gateway of India is Mumbai s most famous monument . It was a very good experience for me . It was built as a triumphal arch to commemorate the visit of king George V
    Written April 9, 2023
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  • Jitendra Singh
    Jaipur, India200 contributions
    NECKLACE OF MUMBAI
    The Marine Drive provides excellent view of Mumbai Coastline especially in night when the building get lighted the dive looks really a studded Necklace.
    Written May 9, 2023
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  • Bhavna Darira Chesan
    Mumbai, India252 contributions
    We visit the sea link almost every week. Its a scenic route in the day and a beautiful lit up bridge at night. Its been maintained well over the years.
    Written May 2, 2023
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  • Upendra Shukla
    Noida, India2 contributions
    Sidhi vinayak Temple has a very Peaceful and elevating atmosphere. It is a must visit place located in Prabhadevi near Dadar local station. The arrangement of queue is effective for crowd management.
    Written April 5, 2023
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  • DipuKV
    Pune, India1,941 contributions
    A historic landmark of the city, CST is a combination of heritage and modernity. Located in South Mumbai, it is a vantage point for nearby hotels and attractions.
    Written May 7, 2023
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  • David D
    Devon, UK19,800 contributions
    Wednesday 1st March and we took the train from Santa Cruz to Churchgate in the heart of Mumbai.

    From the Station we walked to Colaba, which is situated at the southern tip of the City.

    We walked along enjoying the sights and the atmosphere of the City. It took us about an hour as we stopped so many times to have a look at something of interest.

    Colabo combines all elements and aspects of life from top hotels, historic monuments, art galleries to a bustling street market. It is a diverse neighborhood across the spectrum of life from the affluent to the Bohemian and street life.

    There are a number of famous landmarks and points of interest here, including the Gateway of India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Leopolds Cafe and Colaba Causeway.

    From the port area, by the Gateway to India, lots of small boats provide a ferry service to the wonderful Elephanta Island.
    Written March 21, 2023
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  • Ramesh Adige
    New Delhi, India6 contributions
    Memorable stay. Since my wife accompanied me this time, they went out of the way to welcome her.
    • I had one of the companies where I am on Board to have our Bd mtg at this hotel. Top floor has the mtg room with a breathtaking view of the ocean( Arabian sea). Excellent faclities for video conferencing etc.
    Highly recommended. Location of the Trident Nariman Point is ideal, close to the business district in Mumbai.
    Charges are very very reasonable.
    At the Frangipani restaurant, please ask the Chef to prepare 2 Bengali ( Kolkatta) dishes for you viz Kosha Mangsho(mutton) and Macher jhol(fish). Delicious.
    Written June 5, 2023
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  • esmera a
    2 contributions
    there are souvenir shops throughout the way to the caves. I think this is the best place in Mumbai to buy gifts for your loved ones. monkeys and lovely poor dogs are at the top of the stairs.
    important note: while you are planning to feed the monkeys please make sure you have dog food as well. No one knows them so puppies just watch the monkeys eating :(
    Written March 22, 2023
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  • Mayur K Nahar
    51 contributions
    It's been a Amazing and Peaceful time here this place have great look, Awesome Peace and Good Garden for Kids as well
    Written May 7, 2023
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  • Acineto
    Auckland Central, New Zealand20,023 contributions
    The causeway just really busy with newer shops as well as a street market and plenty of restaurants. It is quite an experience since the place is very packed with stalls on either side of the footpath, so pedestrians have a narrow path to go in either direction. The road is quite busy, but some people were walking on the street side, but you do lose the experience.
    The stalls sell a variety of items like clothes and accessories to pans and fruit. The shops are also accessible if you're able to get through the crowds to the store entrances.
    There are plenty of things to experience around here and worth a visit if you're in the area, particularly if you have come from the Gateway of India.
    Written January 24, 2023
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  • Bhismh
    Bengaluru, India116 contributions
    Worth visiting. This is located inside Sanjay Gandhi national park. Here you will have to pay an entry fee. Once you are in, you have 2 options of reaching Kanheri caves. One is by bus and other by private vehicle. We opted for private vehicle where they take you to Trimurti Jain temple, some deer sightseeing on the way, Kanheri caves and back to National park safari for a charge of 1300. Kanheri has a total of 109 caves. They are many caves you will find with Budha statues and stupas. Important caves - I felt that cave 90 had more beautiful sculptures than the combined rest. Cave 34 has an colour painting on the ceiling. Need minimum of 3 hours to cover all.
    Written April 16, 2023
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  • Fearless526965
    Harrow, UK13 contributions
    Beautiful temple with amazing people out to help at all times. We visited in February and were amazed at the cleaniness and positive vibes. People seemed at peace and were very friendly.
    Written February 16, 2023
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  • BalkrishnaShroff
    Mumbai, India19,389 contributions
    It's one of the most famous church in Mumbai located about 80 meters above sea level on a hillock with beautiful view of Arabian Sea. It was originally built in 16th century. The current structure is about 100 years old. T he beautiful shrine of Mother Mary with Baby Jesus is full of divine grace. The people of all faith come here from all over the world. On every 8th of September. a weeklong fair takes place when thousand of devotees visit this place.
    Written March 20, 2023
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  • Andrew D
    Singapore, Singapore381 contributions
    I am a sucker for watching the local lives, so this was an interesting stop. It is an easy access from Mahalaxmi Station with a viewing gallery overlooking the Dhobi Ghat. There are a few vendors who would try to sell you things, but otherwise this is a quirky attraction for those who want to observe the world's largest open air laundry.
    Written December 26, 2022
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  • Devendra G
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India876 contributions
    Temple of Mahalaxmi devi in South Mumbai is one of the oldest in the city. One can walk in at any point of time in the day. There are some stairs but not many, hence even senior citizens can visit the temple conveniently. Garlands and sweets for offerings are available outside the temple.
    Written August 15, 2022
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