Travel To Mumbai if you want to enjoy the corporate capital of India and the most fast paced city than any other in the country. Located along the west coast, Mumbai has a vast variety of heritage to show. From the Ajanta Ellora caves to the Taj Mahal hotel which is opposite to the Gateway of India, Mumbai offers an insight on Indian history and architecture.
Mumbai differs drastically from south to north, where the south is older and more accommodating and the north gradually gets more chaotic and crowded as you go up the line. Tourists, especially non-Indian tourists, stick to the southern bits of Bombay as that is where the history is, relics of old Bombay are, most international offices are located and where foreigners feel more at ease in what can usually be an overwhelming city.
Here’s a list of things you can do when you Travel to Mumbai:
1.GATEWAY OF INDIA:
The Gateway of India was erected for King George V under the British rule. It was also the site of the exit of the last British troops from India.
2. COLABA MARKET:
Colaba causeway market offers trinkets ranging from little bracelets to old Marier’s compasses in polished brass. The price for which can be bargained down to at least a 50%.
Also, the market is home to a few café where you can enjoy little chocolate delicacies to a variety of beers, depending on your mood.
Enjoy the pilgrim spots of Siddhivinayak Temple, which is a Lord Ganesha Temple, located in Prabhadevi and enjoy Qawwali at the Haji Ali Dargah, built in the sea waters!
4. BANDRA-WORLI SEA LINK:
Enjoy the city’s beautiful timeline while traveling through the sea link. It was recently built and is a pretty bridge which is a fun drive in the evenings especially.