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Mumbai

(Also known as Bombay )

Maharashtra | India
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Mumbai is categorised as Heritage / Business and Transit


CST (Victoria Terminus Station)
Byculla Zoo Garden (Nivalink Trip Dated - 20 April 2014)
Bhau Daji Lad Museum inside Byculla zoo (Nivalink Trip Dated - 20 April 2014)
Sambar at Byculla Zoo (Nivalink Trip Dated - 20 April 2014)
Alligator at Byculla Zoo (Nivalink Trip Dated - 20 April 2014)
Turtles at Byculla Zoo (Nivalink Trip Dated - 20 April 2014)
Black Kite Spotted at Byculla Zoo (Nivalink Trip Dated - 20 April 2014)
Essel World
Essel World
Essel World
Essel World
Yachts Off Gateway of India for a Cruise Charter
Crawford Market
St Thomas Cathedral
Elephanta Caves (Photo Courtesy: Andy Hay)
Dhobhi Ghat (Photo Courtesy: Ekabhishek)
Girgaum Chowpatty Beach (Photo Courtesy: McKay Savage)
Stall at Linking Road, Bandra (Photo Courtesy: PlaneMad)
Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum (Photo Courtesy: Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum)
Asiatic Library (Photo Courtesy: Vrlobo888)
Worli Sea link (Photo Courtesy: Woodysworldtv)
Smaash Cricket
Cathedral of Holy Name - Inside the Cathedral (Photo Courtesy: Nichalp)
NCPA Mumbai (Photo Courtesy: Ekabhishek)
Flamingoes at Sewri Jetty (Photo Courtesy: Bendale.kaustubh)
Priyadarshini Park (Photo Courtesy: Leoboudv)
Rajabai Clock Tower (Photo Courtesy: Nikhil Kulkarni)
Interior of the Bhau Daji Lad Museum (Photo Courtesy: Muk.khan)
Babulnath Temple (Photo Courtesy: Rangakuvara)
Mount Mary Church
Front Gate of Mani Bhavan (Photo Courtesy: Rangakuvara)
Isckon Temple Juhu (Photo Courtesy: Vijay Duvvuri)
Taraporewala Aquarium (Photo Courtesy: Swaminathan)
Siddivinayak Temple (Photo Courtesy: Darwininan)
Phoenix Mall
Leopard at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park (Photo Courtesy: Maheshshinde)
Nehru Science Centre (Photo Courtesy: Suyogaerospace)
Nehru Planetarium (Photo Courtesy: AroundTheGlobe)
Phoenix Market City Mall (Photo Courtesy: Trinidade)
Inorbit Mall Goregaon Exterior (Photo Courtesy: KuwarOnline)
Marine Drive - South Mumbai (Photo Courtesy: Indianhilbilly)
Mumbadevi Temple (Photo Courtesy: Magiceye)
Mahalaxmi Temple (Photo Courtesy: Nichalp)
Kanheri Caves Vihara (Photo Courtesy: Nichalp)
Hanging Garden (Photo Courtesy: Nichalp)
Evening View at Juhu Beach (Photo Courtesy: Gr8.philosopher)
Jehangir Art Gallery (Photo Courtesy: Suryanarayan Ganesh)
Haji Ali Dargah (Photo Courtesy: Jovianeye)
Fashion Street (Photo Courtesy: Vishalngp)
Gateway of India
Ganesh Festival Mumbai
Beach in Mumbai (Nivalink Trip Dated - 4 March 2010)
Mantralaya (Nivalink Trip Dated - 4 March 2010)

Reasons to Visit
  • Mumbai is financial capital of India and a major International airport, second only to Delhi in terms of flight connectivity.
  • Mumbai is a major business hub for trade in Asia and a transit point for others destinations in India such as Goa, Kerala, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.
  • Mumbai itself is visited for architecturally oriented overseas guests for its Elephanta caves, CST Station (UNESCO site) and gateway of India, which is a major monument in Mumbai.
  • Mumbai and its Suburban areas are interconnected with a London-like suburban railway system connecting South Mumbai to Central Mumbai and North Mumbai Suburbs.
  • Mumbai is visited by Business travelers, guests looking to visit Malls and do shopping and those looking to explore heritage character of Mumbai.
  • Mumbai is also visited for its Pilgrimages of Siddhivinayak Temple (Lord Ganesha), Mahalaxmi (Devi Temple), Babulnath (Lord Shiva) and Haji Ali (Dargah).
  • Mumbai is also home to a holy tank called Banganga which has a Ramayana era significance.
  • Experiential travelers to Mumbai may opt for the popular heritage walk covering monuments in South Mumbai
Recommendations
  • Destinations offering Heritage Walks in India"Mumbai offers South Mumbai heritage walk covering Colonial heritage areas. Extensions of South Mumbai heritage walk take guests into old city areas of Dhobi Ghat and Fishing villages. Experiential Guests to Mumbai can opt for Slum tourism walks in Dharavi in Central Mumbai and Bollywood Tours in North Mumbai Suburban areas."
  • Islamic Pilgrimages in India - Mosques and Dargahs"The Haji Ali Dargah overlooking Arabian Sea near Worli area in Mumbai was constructed in 1431 in memory of Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. Dargah location is most scenic as its located right in the middle of the Arabian sea and can be approached during low tide times only."
  • Destinations in Maharashtra to Consider for a Holiday Traveller"Mumbai (260 kms from Shirdi), its coastline, its heritage and its overall big city urban experience draws holiday travellers from all India. Mumbai is also a major pilgrimage for being home to Siddhivinayak Temple and Haji Ali Dargah."
  • Port Cities of India"South Mumbai is home a major port and is the biggest port in India. Mumbai is a natural habour and primarily used for bulk cargo. "
  • Seaside Destinations in India with Colonial Heritage"South Mumbai is renowned for its Colonial heritage character. CST Railway Station, Flora Fountain, Colaba, Churchgate, Ballard Estate etc. are some of the areas that are popularly visited for its heritage character. "
  • Airports and Access Points in Maharashtra"Mumbai is most popular arrival point for any traveller into Maharashtra. Mumbai Airport is a major International and domestic Airport. Mumbai CST and Mumbai Central are two major terminus for Konkan Rail, Central rail and Western Rail routes."
  • Popular International Traveller Hubs in India"No. 2 Arrival Hub for International travellers into India and is a gateway to South and Western India destinations"
  • Most Visited Pilgrim destinations in Maharashtra"Haji Ali Dargah, Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Walkeshwar Temple, Mumba Devi Temple are some of the popular Pilgrimages that travellers take time out to visit."
  • Metro and Major Cities in India"Mumbai is a major attraction for travellers looking for a bit of shopping, Arabian sea experience, street food and is a city with many experiences. Mumbai is also the major financial hub of India with many companies having their HQ and therefore frequented by business travellers all the time. Mumbai is where many consulates are located and therefore travellers arrive here for work related to visa."
Access Information

Mumbai has 90 Hotels approved and listed with Nivalink

CategoryCount
Standard2
Mid-segment24
Premium41
Luxury23
Type of HotelsCount
Hotel82
Self Catering4
Houseboat2
Resort2

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Getaway Hotels accessible from Mumbai

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7 verified holiday itineraries are listed for Mumbai

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Getaway (1-3 nights)4
Holiday (7 or more)3

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List of Holidays for Mumbai

Getaway

  • Mumbai City Break for Family Traveller (2 Nights)
  • Mumbai City Break with IMAGICA (3 Nights)
  • Mumbai Heritage Getaway (2 Nights)
  • Mumbai Pilgrim Darshan (1 Nights)

Holiday

  • Captivating Kerala with Mesmerizing Mumbai (12 Nights)
  • Northern Heritage with Dazzling Mumbai (9 Nights)
  • Picturesque South with Goa (21 Nights)

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Mumbai has 154 Transport services that can be booked online. Click here for reviewing and booking them.

Airport Pickup or Drop

ServicesRates Starting From
Pickup from Central Mumbai and Drop to Domestic AirportRs. 1761
Pickup from Central Mumbai and Drop to International AirportRs. 1761
Pickup from Domestic Airport and Drop to Central MumbaiRs. 1761
Pickup from Domestic Airport and Drop to Navi MumbaiRs. 2056
Pickup from Domestic Airport and Drop to South MumbaiRs. 1889
Pickup from Domestic Airport and Drop to ThaneRs. 1878
Pickup from International Airport and Drop to Central MumbaiRs. 1761
Pickup from International Airport and Drop to Navi MumbaiRs. 2056
Pickup from International Airport and Drop to South MumbaiRs. 1532
Pickup from International Airport and Drop to ThaneRs. 1878
Pickup from Mumbai Domestic Airport and Drop to Mumbai Western SuburbsRs. 1467
Pickup from Mumbai International Airport and Drop to Mumbai Western SuburbsRs. 1112
Pickup from Mumbai Western Suburbs and Drop to Domestic Airport Rs. 1292
Pickup from Mumbai Western Suburbs and Drop to Mumbai International AirportRs. 1292
Pickup from Navi Mumbai and Drop to Domestic AirportRs. 2056
Pickup from Navi Mumbai and Drop to International AirportRs. 2056
Pickup from South Mumbai and Drop to Domestic AirportRs. 1889
Pickup from South Mumbai and Drop to International AirportRs. 1889
Pickup from Thane and Drop to Domestic AirportRs. 1644
Pickup from Thane and Drop to International AirportRs. 1644

Day Sightseeing

ServicesRates Starting From
Central Mumbai to Gorai and Esselworld day visit and backRs. 3756
Central Mumbai to Igatpuri Day Visit and backRs. 6455
Central Mumbai to Imagica with Khopoli Day visit and backRs. 5280
Central Mumbai to Khopoli and Pali Ashtavinayak Temple day visit and backRs. 5750
Central Mumbai to Lonavala with Karla Caves Day Visit and backRs. 6455
Central Mumbai to Mahalaxmi Temple and Dahanu Day Visit and backRs. 4343
Central Mumbai to Panaromic Waterpark and Karnala Day Visit and backRs. 4224
Central Mumbai to Royal Garden Waterpark and Ghodbunder Day Visit and backRs. 5750
Central Mumbai to Shangrila Waterpark Day Visit and backRs. 4224
Central Mumbai to Shirdi Day Visit and backRs. 10326
Central Mumbai to Titwala Ganesh Temple Day visit and backRs. 4343
Central Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar Temple and Nashik Day Visit and backRs. 7628
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Esselworld and Gorai day visit and backRs. 3521
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Igatpuri Day Visit and backRs. 4343
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Imagica with Khopoli Day visit and backRs. 3889
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Khopoli and Pali Ashtavinayak Temple Day visit and backRs. 4343
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Lonavala with Karla Caves Day Visit and backRs. 4343
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Mahalaxmi Temple and Dahanu Day Visit and backRs. 4343
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Panaromic Waterpark and Karnala Day Visit and backRs. 3521
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Royal Garden Waterpark and Ghodbunder Day Visit and backRs. 3521
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Shangrila Waterpark Day Visit and backRs. 3521
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Shirdi Day Visit and backRs. 7511
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Titwala Ganesh Temple Day visit and backRs. 3756
Mumbai Western Suburbs to Trimbakeshwar Temple and Nashik Day Visit and backRs. 5516
South Mumbai to Gorai and Esselworld Day visit and backRs. 5280
South Mumbai to Igatpuri Day Visit and backRs. 7628
South Mumbai to Khopoli and Pali Ashtavinayak Temple Day visit and backRs. 5868
South Mumbai to Khopoli with Imagica Day visit and backRs. 5868
South Mumbai to Lonavala with Karla Caves Day Visit and backRs. 5280
South Mumbai to Mahalaxmi Temple and Dahanu Day Visit and backRs. 6455
South Mumbai to Panaromic Waterpark and Karnala Day Visit and backRs. 4694
South Mumbai to Royal Garden Waterpark and Ghodbunder Day Visit and backRs. 4694
South Mumbai to Shangrila Waterpark Day Visit and backRs. 4694
South Mumbai to Shirdi Day Visit and backRs. 9974
South Mumbai to Titwala Ganesh Temple Day visit and backRs. 4694
South Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar Temple and Nashik Day Visit and backRs. 7628

Point to Point Transport

ServicesRates Starting From
Pickup from Pune and Drop to MumbaiRs. 4343
Pickup from Shirdi and Drop to MumbaiRs. 5163
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and AlibaugRs. 4812
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and BhandardaraRs. 6219
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and DabhosaRs. 5046
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and DadraRs. 6689
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Dahanu/BordiRs. 5516
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and DamanRs. 6689
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and DudhaniRs. 6336
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and IgatpuriRs. 4812
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and JawharRs. 5046
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and KamshetRs. 4694
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and KarjatRs. 4929
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and KashidRs. 5399
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Kelva BeachRs. 4694
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Khandala/LonavalaRs. 4694
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and KhanvelRs. 6336
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Mahabaleshwar-
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and ManorRs. 4224
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Matheran-
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and NashikRs. 6219
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and NeralRs. 4929
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Pali/Imagica/Durshet/KhopoliRs. 4224
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and PanchganiRs. 9857
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Sajan/VikramgadhRs. 5046
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and ShirdiRs. 9974
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and SilvassaRs. 6689
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and TrimbakeshwarRs. 6219
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and AlibaugRs. 4343
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and BhandardaraRs. 5516
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and DabhosaRs. 5516
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and Dahanu/BordiRs. 4343
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and DamanRs. 5516
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and IgatpuriRs. 4343
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and Imagica/Durshet/Pali/KhopoliRs. 3756
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and JawharRs. 5516
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and KamshetRs. 4343
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and KarjatRs. 3228
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and KashidRs. 4343
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and Kelva BeachRs. 3756
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and Khandala/LonavalaRs. 3000
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and KhanvelRs. 4343
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and MahabaleshwarRs. 8214
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and ManorRs. 3756
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and MatheranRs. 4107
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and NashikRs. 5516
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and NeralRs. 3228
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and PanchganiRs. 8214
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and Sajan/VikramgadhRs. 4343
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and ShirdiRs. 7158
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and SilvassaRs. 5516
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and TrimbakeshwarRs. 5516
Pickup/Drop between Navi Mumbai and DudhniRs. 4112
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and AlibaugRs. 4694
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and BhandardaraRs. 7628
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and DabhosaRs. 5868
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Dahanu/BordiRs. 5868
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and DamanRs. 7628
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and IgatpuriRs. 7628
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Jawhar Rs. 5868
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and KamshetRs. 5868
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and KarjatRs. 5868
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and KashidRs. 4694
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Kelva BeachRs. 4694
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Khandala/LonavalaRs. 4694
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and MahabaleshwarRs. 9387
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and ManorRs. 4694
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and MatheranRs. 5868
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and NashikRs. 7628
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and NeralRs. 5868
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Pali/Imagica/Durshet/KhopoliRs. 5868
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and PanchganiRs. 9387
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Sajan/VikramgadhRs. 5868
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and ShirdiRs. 9974
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and SilvassaRs. 7628
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and TrimbakeshwarRs. 7628
Pickup/Drop between Western Suburbs and DudhaniRs. 4343

Railway Station Pickup or Drop

ServicesRates Starting From
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Bandra Terminus Railway StationRs. 1761
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Dadar Central Railway StationRs. 1761
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Kurla Terminus Railway StationRs. 1761
Pickup/Drop between Central Mumbai and Mumbai Central Railway StationRs. 1761
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and Bandra Terminus Railway StationRs. 1644
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and Dadar Central Railway StationRs. 1644
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and Kurla Terminus Railway StationRs. 1644
Pickup/Drop between Mumbai Western Suburbs and Mumbai Central Railway StationRs. 1644
Pickup/Drop between Navi Mumbai and Bandra Terminus Railway StationRs. 1389
Pickup/Drop between Navi Mumbai and Dadar Central Railway StationRs. 1278
Pickup/Drop between Navi Mumbai and Kurla Terminus Railway StationRs. 1278
Pickup/Drop between Navi Mumbai and Mumbai Central Railway StationRs. 1556
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Bandra Terminus Railway StationRs. 1644
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Dadar Central Railway StationRs. 1644
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Kurla Terminus Railway StationRs. 1644
Pickup/Drop between South Mumbai and Mumbai Central Railway StationRs. 1644
Pickup/Drop between Thane and Bandra Terminus Railway StationRs. 1878
Pickup/Drop between Thane and Dadar Central Railway StationRs. 1878
Pickup/Drop between Thane and Kurla Terminus Railway StationRs. 1878
Pickup/Drop between Thane and Mumbai Central Railway StationRs. 1878

Self Drive

ServicesRates Starting From
24 Hours Self Drive Vehicle in Mumbai-

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Mumbai has 53 Add Ons approved and listed with Nivalink.

CategoryCount
Activities6
Entry Tickets4
Experience30
Guide Services1
Trekking5
Walking Tours8

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List of Service Add Ons for Mumbai

Activities

Services Rates Starting From
Hot Air Balloon Safari over LonavalaRs. 12000
Paramotoring in PuneRs. 3889
Rappelling in Karjat or PaliRs. 2010
Rock Climbing in ManoriRs. 3660
White Water Rafting in KoladRs. 4000
White Water Rafting on Vaitarna RiverRs. 1200

Entry Tickets

Services Rates Starting From
Entry Ticket to Imagica - WaterparkRs. 1184
Express Entry Ticket to Adlabs ImagicaRs. 2633
Regular Entry Ticket to Adlabs ImagicaRs. 1710
Snow Park IMAGICA Entry TicketRs. 574

Experience

Services Rates Starting From
Bollywood and Mumbai City TourRs. 12367
Bollywood and Shopping TourRs. 15500
Bollywood and Slum TourRs. 12367
Bollywood Studio TourRs. 8245
Day visit to Sula VineyardsRs. 112
Day visit to Sula Vineyards with Premium TastingRs. 278
Day visit to Sula Vineyards with Regular Tasting Rs. 167
Day visit to York Winery with Premium Wine TastingRs. 278
Day visit to York Winery with Regular Wine TastingRs. 167
Elephanta Caves Tour by Regular FerryRs. 10000
Experience Mumbai in the NightRs. 900
Fly over Mumbai for 30 minutesRs. 9000
Fly over Mumbai for 60 minutesRs. 16000
Full Day Bollywood ExperienceRs. 80000
Full day Mumbai City TourRs. 8245
Half Day Bollywood ExperienceRs. 61000
Half Day Mumbai City and Shopping ToursRs. 8000
Half Day Mumbai City and Slum TourRs. 8598
Half Day Mumbai City TourRs. 7185
Mumbai by Night TourRs. 12367
Mumbai Shopping TourRs. 7185
Mumbai Street Foodies TourRs. 7185
Short visit to the Slums in MumbaiRs. 8500
Slum, Dhobighat and Dabbawala TourRs. 10012
Snow Park IMAGICA Entry TicketRs. 574
The Entrepreneurial Dharavi Rs. 6478
The Local RideRs. 800
The other side of MumbaiRs. 1300
Visit the Film City in MumbaiRs. 57535
Visit the Set of a Reality ShowRs. 21200

Guide Services

Services Rates Starting From
Audio Guide for MumbaiRs. 250

Trekking

Services Rates Starting From
Trek to Jummapatti - Bekere in KarjatRs. 2530
Trek to Karnala in PanvelRs. 1700
Trek to Kothligad in KarjatRs. 2530
Trek to Sudhagad in PaliRs. 2530
Trek to Tikona in LonavalaRs. 1700

Walking Tours

Services Rates Starting From
A Walk down the Heritage Mile -
A Walk through Bandra-
A Walk through Bazaar Gate-
A walk through Malabar HillRs. 1500
A Walk through the History of Bombay -
Food Trail through Fort Area in MumbaiRs. 9000
Heritage Walk - South MumbaiRs. 5278
The Bustling Bazaars of MumbaiRs. 800

21 Travel Ideas listed for Mumbai. Click here for reviewing them.

Destination Ideas

  • Ahupe Ghat Trek - Trekking and Overnight Camping Ex-Mumbai
  • Ashtavinayak Pilgrimage
  • Cycling in Coastal Maharashtra - Day Trip ex-Mumbai
  • Deccan Odyssey - Luxury Train Experience
  • Elephanta – Buddhist Caves
  • Esselworld - International Standard Theme Park Experience
  • Fort Korigad Trek Near Lonavala - Ex-Mumbai
  • Harishchandragad Trek - Trekking and Overnight Camping Ex-Mumbai
  • IMAGICA - Ultimate Theme Park experience
  • Kanheri – Ancient Caves
  • Karla Caves – Buddhist heritage caves
  • Kurudgad Trek - Trekking and Overnight Camping Ex-Mumbai
  • Luxury Yachts ex-Mumbai
  • Matheran Trek Via Dodhani - Karjat - Ex-Mumbai
  • Naneghat Trek Near Malshej Ghat - Ex-Mumbai
  • Popular Pilgrimages in Mumbai
  • Sunday morning cycling in South Mumbai
  • Surgad Fort Trek - Ex-Mumbai
  • Vidhivat Ashtavinayak
  • Waterfall Rappeling day trip - Adventure from Mumbai

Festivals linked to Mumbai (Maharashtra)

  • Kala Ghoda Arts Festival

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    Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus (formerly known as Victoria terminus) was built in the year 1887 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. The architectural beauty of this place is marvelously built in the Victorian Gothic style and therefore listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.
    Heritage Site
    UNESCO Heritage Site
    0
    St. Thomas Cathedral, Mumbai (1718) is the first Anglican church in Mumbai. The cathedral was selected for the UNESCO Asia-Pacific heritage conservation award 2004
    Church
    Roman Catholic Church
    1
    The Asiatic library in Soutn Mumbai is one of the heritage sight seeing places of Mumbai. Dating back to the time of the Britishers (Opened on November 26, 1804). The library has over a hundred thousand books out of which 15,000 are classified as rare and valuable. It also has priceless artifacts, ancient manuscripts (mostly on paper but some on palm leaf.), collection of over 10000 coins and 1000+ maps.
    Heritage Site, Institute
    Colonial Heritage, Library
    1
    Gateway of India (constructed in 1911) is the most recognised monument in Mumbai overlooking Arabian Sea. It was built to commemorate the visit of King George V & Queen Mary. Iconic Taj Mahal Hotel is located right next to Gateway of India.
    Heritage Site
    Colonial Heritage
    2
    Chatrapati Shivaji Museum formerly known as the Prince Of Wales Museum is built in Indian architectural style having three sections (Natural History section, Archeology section and Art section) displaying valuable artifacts like rare displays of Buddhist Tankhas and specimens of Nepali and Tibetan art etc.
    Museum
    Heritage Museum
    2
    Fashion Street refers to a cluster of few hundred shops in South Mumbai that sell export reject cotton clothing, shoe and fake jewellery. Fashion Street is popular with college kids and those looking for bargains.
    Shopping
    General
    2
    Marine Drive is a long promenade that ends at Girgaum Chowpatty. Its streetlights when looked from the top, give bright a necklace like shape (which is why its known as Queens Necklace). There are many prominent landmarks that are set around Marine Drive such as Wankhede Cricket Stadium, Brabourne Cricket Stadium, Taporewala Aquarium, Girgaum Chowpatty, Nariman Point, Churchgate Station etc.
    View Point
    Sea or Ocean or Beach
    2
    250-foot high British era clock tower that is a mix of Gothic and French-style architectures.
    Heritage Site
    Colonial Heritage
    2
    The Cathedral of the Holy Name in South Mumbai is a Roman Catholic cathedral and the seat of the Archbishop of Bombay and headquarters of the Archdiocese of Bombay.
    Church
    Roman Catholic Church
    2
    Jehangir Art gallery is an iconic Art Gallery situated behind the renowned Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum in South Mumbai. It was built in 1952 and a prime exhibition area for paintings and artefacts.
    Arts Crafts Culture
    Art Gallery
    2
    One of the oldest and prominent temples in the old city area of Mumbai
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple
    3
    Chowpatty Beach is a public beachfront in South Mumbai that is part of the Queens Necklace. There is a watersports centre here that offers a range of activities.
    View Point
    Sea or Ocean or Beach
    4
    The NCPA complex at Nariman Point include the 1000+ seater Jamshed Bhabha Theatre, 1000+ seater Tata Theatre and the 300 seater Experimental Theatre. NCPA presents 40 to 50 events in its various spaces every month.
    Arts Crafts Culture
    Live Performances
    4
    Mumbadevi Temple is a prominent devi temple in the old city area and it is what gives Mumbai its name. Temple is impressive and worth a visit on a Sunday. Weekdays there is a lot of traffic and no place to park in the busy narrow lanes of old city.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple
    4
    Byculla zoo also known as the Veermata Jijabai Udyan was established in 1861. One can see a variety of birds and animals here (black bucks, crocodiles, hyena, monitor lizards, foxes, Hippo etc).
    Zoo
    City Zoo
    5
    Taraporewala Aquarium (1951) is the only prominent aquarium in Mumbai. The aquarium is located on the famous Marine Drive and is home to more than 100 species of marine and fresh water fish including coral fish from the Lakshadweep Islands. Attractions include sharks, turtles, rays, moray eels, sea turtles, small starfish and stingrays.
    Zoo
    Aquarium
    5
    Mani Bhawan is a Mahatma Gandhi Memorial displaying many aspects of Life of the father of the nation.
    Museum
    Memorial
    6
    Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum is the oldest museum in Mumbai. It was originally established in 1855. This museum houses a large number of archaeological finds, maps and historical photographs of Mumbai, clay models, silver and copper ware and costumes.
    Museum
    Heritage Museum
    6
    Kamla Nehru Park is a city garden set on a hill overlooking Arabian Sea. It is one of the most prominent landmark of Mumbai, even though with other recreation options, its lost charm of yesteryears.
    Gardens
    General
    6
    Priyadarshini Park is a seaside park overlooking Arabian Sea in South Mumbai.
    View Point, Gardens
    General, Sea or Ocean or Beach
    6
    Haji Ali Dargah is a 15th Century Dargah of Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, lies in the middle of Arabian sea and requires a short walk to visit. Haji Ali Dargah is one of the important landmarks of Mumbai.
    Mosque or Dargah
    Dargah
    8
    Mahalaxmi Temple is a Devi Temple near Haji Ali overlooks Arabian Sea and is one of the most prominent temples in Mumbai.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple
    8
    Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain Temple (1904) is a renowned Jain Temple and visited for its architecture, sculptures and paintings.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Jain Temple
    8
    Babulnath Temple is a late 19th Century Lord Shiva Temple and one that is patronised by Gujarati community of the area.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Lord Shiva
    9
    Smaash is a Virtual reality entertainment centre where guests can actually play cricket, football, formula 1, bowling and laser shooting and compete against legends of the yesteryears which are made alive using virtual reality. It has a Bar, restaurant and kind of place to hang out in the evening.
    Theme Parks
    Virtual Reality
    10
    Walkeshwar temple is a Lord Shiva Temple at Malabar hill in South Mumbai. The temple is known as Banganga Temple because of a tank build around a perennial stream (despite being so close to the the Arabian sea) that is linked to Ramayana mythology.
    Temple or Holy Place, Lake or Riverside
    Lord Shiva, Holy Tank
    10
    Nehru Planatarium is a prominent landmark and a popular planatarium, visited mainly by school students.
    Institute
    Planetarium
    10
    One of the oldest and prominent temples near Siddhivinayak Temple area of Mumbai
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple
    10
    Nehru Planatarium is a prominent landmark and a popular destination for school students.
    Institute
    Research Centre
    11
    Pboenix Mill compound is the most popular shopping destination in South Mumbai. It has a multiplex, restaurants and number of branded shopping outlets.
    Shopping
    General
    12
    Siddhivinayak Temple is a Lord Ganesha temple at Prabhadevi area and has grown to become a pilgrim destination. Serpentine Queues on a Tuesday (Day of Lord Ganesha) of people waiting for the Darshan is seen to be believed.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Lord Ganesha
    12
    One of a kind Bridge in India connecting Bandra and Worli areas of Mumbai over Arabian sea.
    View Point
    Sea or Ocean or Beach
    13
    Mount Mary Church is a Roman Catholic Basilica at Bandra. The Basilica is the most visited churches in Mumbai. Every September, the feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary is celebrated on the first Sunday after 8 September, the birthday of the Virgin Mary. This is a week long celebration known as the Bandra Fair and is visited by thousands.
    Church
    Roman Catholic Church
    15
    Bandra Linking road is a shoppers haven for branded outlets and street shopping. The area also has many restaurants.
    Shopping
    High Street
    15
    Juhu beach (Popularly known as Juhu Chowpatty) is Western Suburb equivalent of Girgaum Chowpatty beach. Its a public beach where locals arrive in large numbers during weekends and holidays. There are foodstalls and all kinds of mobile vendors around the area. There are number of hotels around the beach, some even having a direct beach front.
    View Point
    Sea or Ocean or Beach
    19
    Phoenix Market City Mall is the largest mall in Mumbai at Kurla (W) and poised to be the most popular shopping destination. It has Snowworld, large number of branded and unbranded outlets (almost all major brands present) and restaurants.
    Shopping, Theme Parks
    High Street, Snow World
    19
    Prithvi Theatre at Juhu is one of a kind experimental theatre and where many plays and performances are held all through the year.
    Arts Crafts Culture
    Art Centre
    21
    Iskcon Temple at Juhu (Western Surubs) is a prominent landmark and a cultural centre. The different units comprise Devotional Centre for Performing Arts, Bhaktivedanta Institute (consciousness studies within science), Campus Preaching, Book centre etc.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Iskcon Temple
    22
    Hakone is a Go Karting centre at Powai Hiranandani Gardens area, popularly visited by locals over the weekend
    Rides
    Go Karting
    29
    Chinmaya Mission at Powai is an institute that imparts trains teachers on Vedic lines and holds wide ranging spiritual camps, studies and educational projects.
    Institute
    Spirituality
    29
    Malad in Western Suburbs in Mumbai is home to a Saibaba Temple on Western Express highway in Thakur Complex. It is a highly popular temple locally.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Saibaba
    33
    Chota Kashmir is a Garden and a small lake in Aarey Milk Colony area in Western Suburbs which has some row boats and paddle boats.
    Rides, Gardens
    General, Boating
    35
    Inorbit Mall is one of the largest malls in Mumbai at Goregaon - Malad (W) area and one of the most popular shopping destination.
    Shopping
    General
    35
    Sanjay Gandhi National Park is a reseve forest area in Western Suburbs. The reserve forest has now become a popular picnic place and conducts a touristy mini train ride.
    Zoo
    Nature Park
    36
    Kanheri Caves are a set of Buddhist Caves inside Sanjay Gandhi National Park. The Caves dates back to the 2nd Centruy BC. Located at a height, caves offer panoramic views of the city.
    Heritage Site
    Buddhist Heritage, Caves
    36
    Malad in Western Suburbs in Mumbai is home to a Vaishnodevi Temple that is a kind of replica of original temple and has attracted devotees from all over.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple
    36
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    The Kanhoji Angre light house is located on Kanhoji Angre Island, which was previously known as Kennery Island or Kandheri Island. The island is located nine nautical miles away from the Gateway of India and serves as an important land market at the entrance of the Mumbai harbour. The Kanhoji Angre light house is being made open to tourists and set to become a popular tourist destination.
    View Point
    Sea or Ocean or Beach
    12
    Nerul is home to Balaji Temple atop a small hillock. The main deity is Balaji (Lord Vishnu), in addition to many other deities. The temple also has Rajagopuram approximately 60 feet high
    Temple or Holy Place
    Lord Vishnu
    35
    Global Vipassana Pagoda contains the worlds largest stone dome built without any supporting pillars. It can take upto 8000 people at a time. 10-day vipassana meditation courses are held free of charge at the meditation centre.
    Institute
    Spirituality
    60
    Esselworld is Mumbai's first and most renowned Theme parks. It offers 30+ rides, water kingdom and snow world. It is a popular option for locals and visitors to Mumbai to explore.
    Theme Parks
    Snow World, Waterpark, Amusement Park
    60
    A beachfront on outskirts of Mumbai just a few kms North of Mumbai. There are some waterparks / resorts located here that are popular with day visitors and getaway seekers.
    View Point
    Sea or Ocean or Beach
    69
    One of the eight Ashtavinayak Temples at 6 km from Khopoli. This is well visited over weekends. From the parking area there is a 200-300 meters walk to the temple.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Lord Ganesha
    80
    IMAGICA at Khopoli is a world class theme park that opened in April 2013. It is spread over 300 acres and has 21 rides in six zones Viva Europa, Arabia, Asian, Americana, India and Jambo Africa. Requires a full day excursion to enjoy thoroughly.
    Theme Parks
    Amusement Park
    90
    One of the eight Ashtavinayaka temples. Ballaleshwar is the only incarnation of Ganesha that is known by his devotees name.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Lord Ganesha
    110
    Mahalaxmi Temple at Dahanu is one of the renowned local pilgrimages. Located right on the NH-08, Mahalaxmi Temple is well visited all through the year especially on weekends and during holiday / festival season.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Devi Temple
    120
    Set on a cliff, Malshej ghat end point offers spectacular views in monsoon when the whole area is full of spontaneous waterfalls, fog and it gets windy.
    View Point
    Valley Views
    160
    Dabhosa is a perennial waterfall at about 20 kms from Jawahar. Waterfalls are at its best in Monsoon and they stay on a few months after that.
    Natural Wonders
    Waterfall
    170
    Shirdi Saibaba temple is located at the heart of the Shirdi town and houses the samadhi (burial site) of Sai Baba. Shirdi is one of the most visited temples in India and now an international renowned pilgrim centre for devotees of Saibaba.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Saibaba
    241
  • NameDescriptionCategorySub-CategoryDistance(Kms)
    The Elephanta caves are situated off South Mumbai and accssed via a short ferry ride from the gate way of India. These caves are dedicated to Lord shiva and Parvati and the trimurti which has the Shiva in the three moods. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site
    Heritage Site, Rides
    Boating, Buddhist Heritage, Caves
    2
    Colaba in South Mumbai is home to many monuments. Right from CST, Flora Fountain, Jehangir Art Gallery, Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum, Gateway of India, Colaba bylanes (Colonial era Heritage buildings, Street shopping, bars and restaurants), Mumbai university etc. A 5 km walk here will allow guests to explore the area and experience heritage and seaside character of Mumbai.
    Activity
    Walking
    3
    Dhobi Ghat refers to Mumbai's biggest open air Laundromat. Dhobi Ghat is popular with experiential and inbound travellers for a visit. Dhobi Ghat is covered as part of heritage walk trips of South Mumbai.
    Activity
    Walking
    4
    Flamingoes are spotted near Sewri Jetty in Winter. Locals flock here on Sunday for a bit of bird watching
    Activity
    Bird Watching
    8
    KidZania is a Mexican chain of family entertainment centers currently operating in 15 locations allowing children to work in adult jobs and earn currency. Every KidZania is themed as a child-sized replica of a real city, including buildings, shops and theaters. In this city, children aged 4 through 16, work in branded activities from bottling Coca-Cola, working in a Crest-sponsored dentist office, working at a McDonalds restaurant. Kidzania Mumbai is situated within R-City Mall at Vikhroli near Ghatkoper.
    Theme Parks
    Amusement Park
    15
    Yeoor hills is a buffer zone and the other end of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Yeoor hills lies just a few kms from Thane and has a few restaurants. The area is popular for nature lovers for school education trips, nature walks and bird watching.
    Activity
    Walking, Bird Watching
    35

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Andheri - Kurla RoadChakala is a junction where Andheri - Kurla Road and the road leading to MIDC meet. There are a few hotels around that cater to corporates and transit travellers to and from Mumbai International Airport. The area is also home to popular eateries. It is also one of Mumbai's busiest areas and might be subject to heavy traffic during peak hours.Transit/Business6
Andheri (E) - MarolMarol, located in Andheri (East), is a major residential and commercial hub. It is home to the Mumbai International Airport and lot of big and small Indian and international companies, of which majority of them are IT firms and Aviation training institutes. It is also known for its five star and mid-segment business hotels, many flyover bridges and excellent bus connectivity to all parts of the city of Mumbai.Transit/Business1
Andheri (E) - MIDCMIDC (Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation), Andheri East houses a number of industrial and service industry units and a few corporate houses. It is one of the busiest areas of Mumbai and is infamous for its heavy traffic jams. It is located approximately 3 kms from the Mumbai International Airport. Many business hotels are located in the area apart from some famous eateries such as Gajalee, MIDC Restaurant etc.Business3
Andheri (E) - StationAndheri (E) lies in close proximity to Andheri Railway Station (Western Suburban rail route) and Western Express Highway and is gateway to the International Airport, MIDC and SEEPZ. Transit/Business1
Andheri (W)One of the largest and busiest western Suburbs, Andheri (W) also is one of the most crowded in terms of traffic. From here, business and residential areas of Link road, Versova, Juhu and Jogeshwari are easily accessible. Andheri (W) is famous for numerous designer boutiques, popular eateries, night spots and Bollywood film studios and production houses. It is not uncommon to spot film celebrities in areas like Lokhandwala, Versova etc.Business2
Ballard EstateBallard Estate is a business district located in South Mumbai located between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (formerly Victoria Terminus) and the Fort area. Most of the buildings in Ballard Estate are heritage properties built in European style. The business area hosts many shipping companies and is the headquarters of Mumbai Port Trust. There are a few mid-segment business hotels and an array of cheap to reasonable eateries in the locality.Transit/Business3
Band StandThe Bandstand Promenade is a kilometre long walkway and a popular hangout spot along the sea on the west side of Bandra, a suburb of Mumbai. On one end of the promenade is the Taj Land's End hotel. Towards the Land's End side is also the amphitheatre, which is also the venue for Mumbai Festival, Celebrate Bandra and many cultural events. Close to Bandstand, other attractions include Bandra Fort, Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Mount Mary Church and Walk of Stars stretch. The Banstand area is also home to Bollywood stars like Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, John Abraham, Shabana Azmi, Rekha, Katrina Kaif to name a few.Business1
Bandra (W)Bandra marks the beginning of the Western Suburbs, Mumbai. Bandra (West) has been and is one of the most upmarket residential areas in Mumbai. Some of the famous areas include Pali Hill, Carter Road, Bandstand etc. Bandra (W) is also famous for shopping stretches viz. Hill Road and Linking Road apart from numerous clothes and accessories boutiques. There are a lot of eateries, big and small, that covers most of the international and local cuisines.Business1
Bandra Kurla ComplexThe Bandra Kurla Complex famously known as BKC is a planned commercial complex in Mumbai suburb. BKC houses a number of commercial buildings including J&K Bank National Business Centre, National Stock Exchange, SEBI, NABARD Head Office, numerous banks and schools such as Dhirubhai Ambani International School and American School of Bombay. It also is home to the Mumbai Cricket Association's cricket ground and the United States Mumbai Consulate.Transit/Business2
BycullaByculla is a neighbourhood in South Mumbai and a railhead on the Central Railway suburban rail network. It is famous for the wholesale vegetable and fruits market. Popular attractions include Jijamata Udyaan, the only zoo in Mumbai, Bhau Daji Lad Museum and Magen David Synagogue, one of the largest synagogue in Asia outside of Israel.Business-
ChemburChembur is a residential suburb in eastern Mumbai. A well connected suburb, it is located on the Harbour Line railhead, and has number of BEST buses. Apart from that, the Eastern Express Highway and Sion-Panvel Highway are some of the important roads. These roads are an important transit point for people travelling to Navi Mumbai and Pune. For shopping, Chembur Market located close to Chembur Railway Station stocks a variety of goods from clothing, accessories and food items. Diamond Garden area is also a good bet for those looking for branded merchandise at a discounted price. Various eating joints, malls and gardens are also situated in Chembur for recreation.Business2
Church GateChurchgate (now known as Veer Nariman Street) is the terminus (final point) on the Western Line of Mumbai Suburban Railway. The area is known for its commercial district, old Victorian buildings and as the point of access to Marine Drive and the whole of South Mumbai.Business1
ColabaColaba, located next to the Arabian Sea and Gateway of India is one of the most popular areas of South Mumbai. Some of the famous landmarks of Colaba are The Gateway of India, Colaba Causeway, Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel, many Victorian era structures and the large Navy Nagar area. The area is preferred spot by inbound travellers to Mumbai to stay and spend a couple of days. A walk around is interesting with colonial era buildings, museum, art galleries, shopping, antique shops and a varied range of eateries.Business/Holiday3
Cuffe ParadeAn area South of Nariman Point on the edge of Arabian Sea in close proximity to the World Trade Centre. It is a very upmarket residential locality.Business/Holiday1
Dadar (Central)Dadar is literally centrepoint of Mumbai. A major hub, Dadar is well connected to anywhere and everywhere in Mumbai. Apart from being a major railhead and transit stay option, it is well known for its flower market.Transit/Business1
Dadar (West)A major local shopping hub and a major railhead on the Western Line of Mumbai Suburban Railway route. It is well connected with Dadar Central, and is a major cultural hub. One of the most famous landmarks of Dadar is Shivaji Park, the largest park in Mumbai that has witnessed various political and social gatherings, pre- and post- Independence.Transit/Business-
Domestic AirportChhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai is situated located in Santa Cruz close to the Western Express Highway. The neighbouring areas are home to mid-segment to premium hotels catering to transit and business travellers.Transit/Business5
Gateway of IndiaGateway of India is Mumbai's most talked about and celebrated landmark. A walk around the Gateway is dotted with colonial era buildings, museum, art galleries, souvenir and antique shops and eateries.Business/Holiday4
Goregaon (E)Goregaon (E) lies in close proximity to Goregaon railway station (Western suburban rail route) and is home to NSE exhibition centre and hotels here cater to business travellers all round the year.Business1
Goregaon (W)Goregaon (W) lies in close proximity to Goregaon railway station (Western suburban rail route) and lies in close proximity to Link road, Inorbit Mall and Mindspace (Malad). It is also home to Film City and Filmistan film studios.Business3
International AirportInternational Airport also known as Sahar Airport or Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and is accessible from Andheri (E), Marol, Sakinaka and Dometic Airport. Premium and Luxury hotels are situated here that cater to the transit travellers.Transit/Business9
JuhuJuhu, a suburb of Mumbai is located near Juhu Beach (famously known as Chowpatty), a very popular locality for tourists. The area is dotted with many designer boutiques, restaurants and and mid-segment / premium hotels. Juhu is also home to film personalities like Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai, Akshay Kumar, Hrithik Roshan, Vidya Balan to name a few. The famous Prithvi Theatre is also located here. Business/Holiday8
Kemps CornerAn upmarket and high-end neighbourhood, it is flanked by other super rich areas of Peddar Road, Warden Road, Walkeshwar, Malabar Hill. The area has some restaurants and shopping options.Business1
Khar (W)Khar (W) is an area adjoining Linking road on SV road and one that connects to Western Express Highway and Airport via a Subway. Khar is a railway station in the Western Line and caters to slow trains. Khar also has multiple nightclubs, pubs and shopping areas. Business/Holiday2
Linking RoadLinking Road in Bandra is one of Mumbai's busiest shopping lane. It is dotted with vendors selling clothes, shoes, bags and jewellery on the streets along with high-end boutiques and shops. There are many famous eating joints located on the stretch. Business/Holiday2
Malad (W)A western suburb between Goregaon and Kandivali / Borivali areas. It is famous for Inorbit Mall and Mindspace, a business complex and is a gateway to Madh-Marve beaches.Business1
Marine DriveMarine Drive is Mumbai's most visited promenade and home to Girgaum Chowpatty Beach. It is also famously known as the Queen's Necklace, because if viewed at night from an elevated point, it resembles a necklace. Marine Drive is also home to famous high-end restaurants and hotels. National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) is located at one end of Marine Drive.Business/Holiday2
Mumbai CSTAn UNESCO world heritage site and a terminus for outstation and local trains on the Central, Southern and Coastal rail route. A busy area all round the clock. Areas like Ballard Estate, Flora Fountain and Marine Lines are easily accessible.Transit/Business-
Nariman PointMarine Drive ends at Nariman Point, South Mumbai. It is the business district and headquarters of quite a few corporates. UK Embassy and Mantralaya (administrative headquarters of the state government of Maharashtra) are situated here.Business/Holiday2
New Marine LinesMarine Lines, South Mumbai also has a railway station (of the same name) on the Mumbai suburban railway on the Western Railway railway line. Primarily a commercial area, it is also famous for Bombay Hospital and Liberty Cinemas.Business-
Pali HillPali Hill is an upmarket residential locality accessible from Bandra (W) situated on a sloped terrain. The area is famous for a number of eateries.Business/Holiday-
ParelSituated between Dadar (Central) and Byculla, Parel was a hub for textile mills in Mumbai and also a developing area for new residential and commercial complexes and malls.Business1
PowaiA suburb set around a lake that connects Western and Eastern suburbs and home to upmarket Hiranandani Complex. Powai is a mix of upmarket residential complexes and corporate houses.Business6
Saki NakaOne of the busiest and most traffic infested areas in Mumbai, it is situated in close proximity to Marol and Mumbai International Airport.Business1
Santacruz (E)Santacruz (E) is located close to Mumbai Domestic Airport and Santacruz Railway Station (Western Suburban rail route).Transit/Business4
Shivaji ParkOne of the most famous landmarks of Dadar is Shivaji Park, the largest ground in Mumbai that has witnessed various political and social gatherings, pre- and post- Independence. Located right next to the beach, Siddhivinayak Temple and Hinduja Hospital are within 2 kms radius.Business-
TardeoTardeo is located in North of Mumbai Central and is in close proximity to Heera Panna shopping centre, Haji Ali, Central Mall and Mahalaxmi Temple.Business1
Ville Parle (E)Ville Parle famously known as Parla, also has a railway station of the same name (Western Suburban rail route). It lies in in close proximity to the Domestic Airport in Santacruz. Ville Parle is famous for shopping markets and various temples in the area. Business-
WorliWorli is a commercial and residential area of Mumbai. Worli Sea Face has been a renowned promenade in Mumbai and is the one that connects Bandra - Worli Sea Link. Worli is also in close proximity to Phoenix Mall, Mahalaxmi Race Course, Haji Ali Dargah and Mahalaxmi Temple.Business2
Kurla (W)Kurla (W) lies in close proximity to the Bandra-Kurla Complex on the LBS Marg. It is also one of the major railheads catering to Central and Harbour Lines. Business-
Bandra (E)Bandra East area is set between Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) and Bandra Terminus Railway Station and from where both domestic and International Airports are accessible, making it suitable for transit stays for all travelleresTransit1
Mulund (W)Mulund West is a thriving residential locality in Central suburbs of Mumbai connecting industrial areas of Vikhroli, Bhandup with Thane Wagle Estate.Transit/Business1
Landmark NameDescriptionLandmark Type
Afgan Memorial ChurchBombay’s afghan’s Church is also known as St John The Baptist Memorial is Devoted to a British Soldier who died in one of the Afghans War during 1838. This Church was Made During 1847 AD at Colaba (old Mumbai).Pilgrimage
Airport Road Metro StationThe Airport Road Metro station on Line 1 is located in Andheri close to the International Airport area.Metro Station
Andheri Metro StationAndheri Metro Station on Line 1 serving the Andheri area has been designed by third year architecture students. It contains murals and the walls on the interiors have graffiti and doodles. This station was opened to public on 8th June 2014Metro Station
Andheri Railway StationAndheri Railway station is on the Western and Harbour Line and one of the busiest stations as per the Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation. The Railway station is connected to the Andheri Metro station through a sky walk.Railway Station
Asalpha Road Metro StationThe Asalpha Metro Station on Line 1 was initially named Subhash Nagar even though it wasn’t located in that area. After an appeal from the local residents the name was changed to Asalpha.Metro Station
Asian Heart HospitalThe Asian Heart Institute is located at Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) is a Indian Cardiac care hospital started in the year 2002. Dr Ramakanta Panda is the vice charirman and MD of this hospital. It was one of two private hospitals in India to take part in a government insurance scheme to provide coverage for the poor as of July 2012Hospital
Asiatic Society of MumbaiThe Asiatic Library is located in South Mumbai’s Fort Area. The Library has over hundred thousand books out of which 15,000 are rare and valuable, Coin collection of about 11,829 coins and 1300 maps in its map collectionTourist Attraction
Atria MallAtria Mall is the one of the famous mall in Mumbai located in Worli area. It has different International Brands Store and also has automotive showrooms of brands like Ducati and Rolls Royce.Shopping Malls
Azad MaidanThe Azad Maidan earlier known as Bombay Gymkhana Maidan is a triangular shape sports ground spread over approximately 25 acres. The ground is known for its cricket pitches, Political Rallies and Protest meetings. The ground is close CST Railway Station.Tourist Attraction
Azad Nagar Metro StationThe Azad Nagar metro station serves the Azad Nagar area in Andheri and was opened to public on 8th June 2014.Metro Station
Bandra Fort (Castella De Aguada)The Bandra Fort also known as the Castella De Aguada was built in the year 1640 by the Portuguese as a watchtower. The fort is located at Bandra and owned by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). It has been featured in many Bollywood movies and is and is very close to another well known landmark in Mumbai called the Taj Lands End.Tourist Attraction
Bandra Kurla ComplexBandra Kurla Complex is a commercial complex in Mumbai. It has Kurla to its East, Bandra to its west and Santacruz to its North which also makes the Domestic airport easily accessible from here. There are approximately 6 lakh people working in offices at BKC. BKC is also home to the Mumbai Cricket Association and the US Mumbai Consulate.Tourist Attraction
Bandra Railway StationBandra Railway station serves the Western as well as the Harbour Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railways. All trains, Fast and Slow halt here. The best part of this station is the look of the Building and Canopy. The spacious layout and Greek features add to the beauty of this railway station.Railway Station
Bandra Worli Sea LinkThe Bandra Worli Sea Link officially called the Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link is an eight lane bridge that connects Bandra in the Western Suburbs to Worli in South Mumbai. The sea link reduces travel time between the two places from an hour to about 20-30 minutes. The bridge was built by the Hindustan Construction Company and commissioned by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation.Tourist Attraction
Bhandup Railway StationBhandup is a railway station on the Central Line between Nahur & Kanjurmarg Railway station. A few fast trains stop at this station during peak hours.Railway Station
BMC BuildingBMC Stands for Brihanmumbai Muncipal Corporation which is the civic body that governs Mumbai. It is established under the BMC Act 1888 and responsible for the administration and civic infrastructure of the City of Mumbai and some suburbsTourist Attraction
Bombay HospitalBombay Hospital also called BHIMS (Bombay Hospital Institute of Medical Sciences – Mumbai) founded in the year 1950 by R.D. Birla is a private hospital in Mumbai. It has 830 beds out of which 110 are in the critical care and recovery area. The hospital has 22 operation theatres, 200 resident doctors, 240 well known consultants and 3200 full time employees.Hospital
Borivali Railway StationBorivali Railway Station on the western line is a terminus for all trains i.e. Slow, Semi fast and fast trains. It is also the stop for all mail and express trains.Railway Station
Breach Candy HospitalThe Breach Candy Hospital has been designed by an English architect Claude Batley. Established in the year 1950 this hospital is at an upmarket area in the same name (Breach Candy) in South Mumbai. It is a 212 bed hospital and well equipped with modern diagnostic equipment. Hospital
Byculla Railway StationByculla Station is located on the Central and Harbour Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. It was originally built as a wooden structure the year before it took its current form. It is one of the oldest stations in India.Railway Station
Center One VashiCentre One Mall is one of the shopping malls close to Vashi Railway Station. It is spread 4 floors and has approximately 80 outlets offering national and international brands of various products. Shopping Malls
Chakala Metro StationThe Chakala Metro Station on Line 1 is located at close to the JB Nagar bus stop in Andheri and is about 1.5 - 2 kms away from Chakala. Metro Station
Charni Road Railway StationThis station is located on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway and can be used to access Girgaum Chowpatti and Marine Drive which is a major attraction for tourist. The railway station derives its name from the fact that grazing lands for cattle and horses were located nearby in earlier days. Railway Station
Chembur Railway StationChembur Railway Station is located near the Chembur market and on the Harbour Line. The station is equipped with Noise indicators for the blind so that they can spot where their compartment would be. The Chembur monorail station is connected by a skywalk from the railway stationRailway Station
Chhatrapati Shivaji International AirportChhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) was formerly known as Sahar International Airport. It is the International Airport in Mumbai and ranked by Airport Council International as one of the second busiest in India and 48th busiest airport in the world as of 2013. The Recent T2 terminal was opened for operations in Feb 2014Airport
Chhatrapati Shivaji TerminusChhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is the headquaters of Central Railways and the busiest Railway Station in India. Serves both Long Distance Trains as well as Local Trains of Mumbai Suburban Railway.Railway Station
Chinchpokli Railway StationChinchpokli station is on the Central Line. The name is got from different words chinch which means tamarind and pokli which means betel nut.Railway Station
Chunnabhatti Railway StationChunnabhatti Station is located on the Harbour Line. Chunnabhatti is the place where Swadeshi Mills the first cotton mill in Mumbai is located. This mill was registered in the year 1886 by Jamshedji Tata.Railway Station
ChurchgateChurchgate Station is on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway is located in South Mumbai and is one of the busiest stations in the city. It gets its name from “Church Gate Street” which is to the south of the Station. Churchgate Station is the last station of the local trains of the Western Railways. Trains depart as early as 4.15 with the last trains departing at around 1.am.Railway Station
Cooper HospitalCooper Hospital owned by the Brihanmumbai Muncipal Corporation is operated under a Public-Private Partnership. Located in Juhu, this hospital started in the year 1969 as a maternity home and then got converted to a full fledged hospital in 1970Hospital
Cotton Green Railway StationCotton Green a railway station on the Harbour Line caters to areas such as Ferbandar, Kalachowki & GhodapdeoRailway Station
Currey Road Railway StationCurrey Road Station on the Central Line was built to carry horses during the British Raj. Situated in Central Mumbai it has famous places around like Lalbaug and Lower ParelRailway Station
D. N. Nagar Metro StationThe D.N. Nagar Metro Station on Line 1 is located at Andheri and serves the DN Nagar area. The Station is near the Indian Oil Junction. Metro Station
Dadar Railway StationDadar is a railway stations that caters to both the Western and Central Railways. They are connected by a foot over bridge. This station caters to local as well as outstation trains. There is a separate terminus for the Outstation trains called Dadar T.T which is on the Central side.Railway Station
Dahisar Railway StationDahisar Station on the western line is the last station in Mumbai officially. The area around the station is generally very crowded and always experiences traffic jams.Railway Station
Dhobi GhatMumbai's largest human powered laundry where everyday 1000s of washermen wash and dry clothes in concrete washing tanks.Tourist Attraction
Dockyard Road Railway StationDockyard Road is a station on the Harbour line and the closest station to the Mazgaon area. It is the closest stop to the Mazgon Dock limited which is India’s prime shipyard. Railway Station
Dr L H Hiranandani HospitalDr L.H Hiranandani started in Feb 2004. In 2011 they grew from a 130 bed hospital to a 240 bed facility. The hospital today has become a prominent healthcare resource in India and has some of the leading specialists in contemporary medicine as well as a committed nurse workforce with an updated knowledge base.Hospital
Elphinstone Road Railway StationElphinstone Road Railway station which is on the Western line was name after Lord Elphinstone who was the governor of Mumbai in the year 1853 to 1860. A footbridge at this station links Elphinstone Road to Parel on the Central line.Railway Station
Flora FountainThe Flora Fountain located in South Mumbai was built in the year 1864 and depicts the Roman Goddess Flora. It is within walking distance from Churchgate & CST Railway Stations. The fountain has been declared as a heritage structure and still continues to charm its visitors with its spray of water and beauty.Tourist Attraction
Fortis Hospital MulundFortis Hospital located in Mulund started in the year 2002. It is a multispecialty tertiary care hospital and is one of the best hospitals in this area. Hospital
Ghatkopar Metro StationThe Ghatkopar metro station is the eastern terminus of Line 1.A 12 meter wide foot over bridge connects the Metro Station to the western side of the Ghatkopar Railway Station. The Metro Station is disable friendly with elevators and ramps wide enough to provide wheelchair access.Metro Station
Ghatkopar Railway StationGhatkopar Station located on the Central Line was opened in the year 1877. As of 2014 about 4,65,000 people use this station daily. From the west side of the station there is a skywalk that connect the Railway station to the Ghatkopar Metro Station.Railway Station
Ghodbunder JunctionIt is located at State Highway 42 commonly called the Ghodbunder Road which is one of the major roads leading out of the Thane City. This road is about 20 kms long and links two main highways i.e. the Eastern & Western Express Highways. Others
Godrej Memorial HospitalGodrej Memorial Hospital is located at Vikhroli close to the Railway Station and Eastern Express Highway. It is a modern multi-speciality hospital and provides speciality and super speciality services. Their focus is on Emergency Medical Care. The hospital meets the health care needs of General Public as well as the Godrej EmployeesHospital
Goregaon Railway StationGoregaon Railway Station on the western line was opened in the year 1867. The Station has 3 foot overbridges out of which one (middle FOB) on the western side leads to a skywalk.Railway Station
Govandi Railway StationGovadi Railway station lies on the Harbour Line of the Mumbai Railway network and has two platforms which serves the North & South Bound Railway line. The North goes to Mankhurd while the South goes to Chembur.Railway Station
Grant Road Railway StationGrant Road Station was named after Sir Robert Grant who was the Governor of Bombay between 1835 and 1839. Grant Road is known for electronics available at Lamington Road. This is also an access point to Girgaum Chowpatty which is a famous tourist spot.Railway Station
Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar (GTB Nagar) Railway StationGuru Tegh Bahadur Station is on the Harbour line and close to the Kings Circle and Mahim railway stationRailway Station
Haji AliHaji Ali Mosque is a tomb at some 300 meters inside the Arabian sea connected to worli location of Mumbai and is a standing architecture in the name of saint ‘Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari (Also known as Hazrat Haji Ali)’ who was a Muslim sufi saint.Pilgrimage
Hanging GardernLocated in Malabar Hill also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens popular for Children.Tourist Attraction
Heera Panna Shopping CenterHeera Panna a famous shopping centre built about 20 years back is still a known place among Mumbaikars. It is famous for electronics and accessories.Shopping Malls
High Street PhoenixHigh Street Phoenix that was earlier known as Phoenix Mills is one of the largest shopping malls in India which houses more that 500 Premium Stores and Budget friendly options as well. Few of the Premium stores include Jimmy Choo, Chanel, Canali and Emporio Armani. The mall also houses a variety of Entertainment & Foof & Beverage outlets. A 20 lane bowling course which is south Asia’s largest was started here in 1996. In addition to the mall the compound also has a Five star hotel, Multiplex Theatre, Commercial space & Residential area.Shopping Malls
Hinduja HospitalThe P. D. Hinduja National Hospital and Medical Research Centre is located at Mahim and is a multi-specialty, tertiary care hospital in Mumbai. The Hospital has be founded by Parmanand Deepchand HindujaHospital
Huma MallHuma Mall is located at Kanjurmarg at a walking distance from the railway station. It is one of India’s first factory outlet mall with a Multiplex Theatre. Few of the outlets present are Globus, Peter England, United Colours of Benetton & Welspun. There are a few F&B outlets as well.Shopping Malls
IMAX Adlabs WadalaImax Adlabs located at Wadala is a multiplex theatre and is also houses the world’s largest Dome Theatre Tourist Attraction
Inorbit Mall MaladThe Inorbit Mall, Malad is one of the first malls to open under the Inorbit Mall umbrella in 2004. There 4 more malls at in Vashi- Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad & Bangalore. The Inorbit Malad boasts of a five lakh square feet retail area which houses 26 restaurants with the food court spread over twelve thousand sq ft that can seat 800 people. The mall also launched a “Mall Walk” in 2010 which allows people to use the Mall area for their morning walks at no extra cost. During large sport events the mall installs large screens in the foot court to retain its customers.Shopping Malls
Inorbit Mall VashiThe Inorbit Mall at Vashi was launched in the year 2008 and was known for changing the face of that area. It is known as a one stop shopping destination and also for free wi-fi that is available to shoppers free of cost. The mall offers a lot of places to eat like KFC, Starbucks, Pot Pourri and the bowl House to name a few. The mall is located at a walking distance from the Vashi railway station.Shopping Malls
ISKCON Temple JuhuIskcon, A famous temple of Mumbai with presence world wide is on list of Mumbai attractions between tourist. Also called ‘Radha Rasabihariji temple’,’Radha Krishna temple’, Iskcon is at Juhu, Andheri West built on 1977, having per-presence of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada the founder of Iskcon for his love and preaching of ‘Srimad Bhagavatam’ also called ‘Bhagwat Geeta’ a spiritual book in India and concept of spreading love, provide food and live life in best way.Pilgrimage
Jagruti Nagar Metro StationThe Jagruti Nagar Metro Station was initially going to be named Asalpha but was renamed Jagruti Nagar. It was opened to public on 8th June 2014Metro Station
Jama Masjid MumbaiJama Masjid (Also Refered as ‘Maszid’) originated from Dongri was demolished and shifted here. The work after demolition started in late 1775 and took 27 year to get its beautiful carving, art works and the sange marmar stone work. Friday being the holy day of Namaz for islamic community is the crowded day all around. The two famous known places of Mumbai being ‘Zaveri Bazar’ and one of the oldest ‘Manish Market’ are just adjacent to this masjid.Pilgrimage
Jaslok HospitalJaslok Hospital and Reserch Centre located at Pedder Road in South Mumbai was founded in the early 1970’s. The name Jaslok was derived from the names Seth Lokoomal and his wife, Smt. Jasotibai. This hospital is a private Full fledged multi-speciality hospital having 364 bed which include 75 ICU Beds. They have about 265 consultants with 140 resident doctors. Hospital
Jivdani Mata MandirJivdani (Which Means Goddess Of Life), Where Jiva (means Life), A very beautiful and famous temple of godess jivdani (Also called ‘Jivdani mata’) on pyramid like shaped mountain far away at North Mumbai (Thane District). This temple is one of very famous temple among hindu community. Their are very few temples in India which are on top of any Mountain and Jivdani being one of such beautiful temple, People from very long distance come here and visit Godess and take ‘DARSHAN’. Total footsteps to climb are 1300 and are very safe. Alternately their is a rope way that charges Rs.150/- (Including Return Fare) as of day that is very helpful for old age and elderly people who have joint problems in Knees. The Charges for just return fare if you thought you are tired and want to use Rope way is Rs.50 only.Pilgrimage
Jogeshwari Railway StationJogeshwari Railway Station is on the western line in between Andheri & Goregaon Railway Station.Railway Station
Juhu Chowpatty BeachLined with vendors, entertainers, children's rides and fast food stalls selling bhelpuris (puffed rice snacks) and other Indian delightsTourist Attraction
K Star MallK Star Mall is located near Diamond Garden, Chembur. It has a Multiplex Theatre, different stores and a Food Court with a Gaming Zone.Shopping Malls
Kandivali Railway StationKandivali Railway Station on the Western Line was built in the year 1907 more than 100 years back and the station was then known as “Khandolee”. The station got its name Kandivali from an East Indian village of Candolim.Railway Station
Kanheri CavesKanheri caves is located 10 km  from Borivali, and in the midst of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. The word Kanheri originates from Sanskrit word "Krishnagiri"  and means, "Black Mountain".Tourist Attraction
Kanjurmarg Railway StationKanjurmarg Railway station on the Central line was built in the year 1968 and was named after a village called “ Kanjur Village”. This is the main access point to Powai and places like IIT Mumbai and Hiranandani Gardens.Railway Station
KEM Hospital MumbaiThe KEM (King Edward Memorial) Hospital located in Parel was founded in the year 1926 has a medical college too in the name of Seth GS Medical College which has been consistently in the top 25 medical colleges in India. The Hospital is 1800 bedded, 390 staff physicians and 550 resident doctors. It provided both basic care and advanced treatment in the field of medicine and surgery.Hospital
Khar Road Railway Station“Khar Road” is located on the Western Line of the Suburban Railway Network. The station got its name from a village called “Khar-Danda” which is near the Arabian Sea.Railway Station
Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani HospitalThe Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital is a multi speciality hospital located in Andheri. Started in the year 2009, they are in the only hospital in Mumbai to have a Full time Specialist system which ensures availability of dedicated specialists who are exclusively attached to this hospital. The hospital has 750 beds with more than 103 full time doctors, 520 nurses and 200 paramedics. Hospital
Korum MallKorum Mall located in Thane off the Eastern Express Highway is the largest mall in Thane. Its opened its doors on 2nd Sep 2009 to the public. The mall has a Hobby and Leisure Store and 4 Screen Multiplex Theatre, A food court and family entertainment centre. The basement parking and separate car park building can accommodate upto 1100 cars and 700 two wheelers.Shopping Malls
Kurla Railway StationKurla railway station is on both Central as well as the Harbour Line. The place gets its name from an East Indian Village of Kurla who got its name from the word “Kurli” the local name for crab as these were found in plenty near the village.Railway Station
Lilavati HospitalLilavati Hospital and Research Centre located in Bandra is a super speciality hospital established in the year 1978 by Lilavati Kirtilal Mehta Medical Trust. The Motto of the Hospital is “More Than HealthCare, Human Care”.Hospital
Lower Parel Railway StationLower Parel Station is located on the western track of the Mumbai Suburban Railways. This place which was under control of the textile mills till the 1980’s has now turned into a place with Luxury Hotels, Premium Office’s & Skyscraper Apartments.Railway Station
Madh IslandMadh Island is a fishing village in North Mumbai and the people who live here are Koli’s Maharashtrians, and East Indian Roman Catholics as well as few people from other communities. This place can be reached via a bus or rickshaw from Malad. Tourist Attraction
Mahalaxmi Railway StationMahalaxmi is a suburban railway station on the Western line. Places on interest close to this Railway station are the Mahalaxmi Temple, Mahalaxmi Racecourse, Haji Ali Dargah and Nehru Planetarium. Railway Station
Mahalaxmi TempleThe Mahalaxmi Temple built in the year 1831 by Dhaki Dadaji a hindu merchant is one of the most famous temples in Mumbai in the Mahalaxmi area. The temple compound has a lot of stalls that sell Garlands and other things used by devotees for worship and offering. The temple is decorated during the festival of Navaratri when devotees from far of places come to this temple to pay respect to the goddess. They stand in long queues for hours holding offering of coconuts, flowers and sweets.Pilgrimage
Mahim ChurchA very famous church which is located near the sea face area between Mahim and Bandra on S V RoadPilgrimage
Mahim MosqueThis is the first famous shrine of Mumbai in the name of ‘Makhtum Fakih Ali Paru‘ who is originally from Arab. This mosque is one of the monuments of Mahim Mumbai in his name which was created when he died in 1431Pilgrimage
Mahim Railway StationMahim Railway Station is on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. In earlier days this place was know with different name such as Maijim, Mejambu and Mahikawati. Mahim was one of the seven islands that made up MumbaiRailway Station
Malad Railway StationMalad Railway Station on the western line is in between Goregaon & Kandivali Station. This station is used to access places like Marve Beach, Orlem Church & Essel World.Railway Station
Mankhurd Railway StationMankhurd is the last stop in the city before Navi Mumbai and is a railway station on the Harbour Line. Most places in Mumbai have East and West to each station but Mankhurd has a North & South side on either side of the railway track. It also has a railway line run by the Bombay Port Trust.Railway Station
Marine Drive, MumbaiMarine Drive is a 4.3 kms Drive along Arabian Sea. Also known as "Queen's Necklace"Tourist Attraction
Marine Lines Railway StationMarine Lines is a Railway Station on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railways in South Mumbai. The name originated from the Marine Battalion Lines, a military establishment built by the British in the 1800s which was later converted to an air force residential area which is now to the South of Metro Adlabs. A famous place near this railway station is Marine Drive.Railway Station
Marol Naka Metro StationThe Marol Naka Metro station serves the Marol Area in Andheri. It is on Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro in between Airport Road Metro Station and Saki Naka Metro Station.Metro Station
Marve BeachMarve Beach is at located at Malad and can be reached by taking a Autorickshaw or Taxi from the railways station which is available round the clock. Essel World, Water Kingdom & Manori cane be accessed by a ferry service available from Marve. You can take two wheelers along with you in the ferry to Manori. This beach is not safe for swimming and movement on the beach has been restricted due to its narrow width as well as the presence of the Indian Naval Base.Tourist Attraction
Masjid Bunder Railway StationMasjid Bunder also known as Masjid is a railway station in South Mumbai on the Harbour & Central line. The station has been named after the Gate of Mercy synagogue which is 200 years old known as the Juni Masjid by locals. The “Crawford Market” is located close to this railway station. Masjid is also a known area for large shipping and maritime companies in IndiaRailway Station
Matunga Railway StationMatunga Railway Station is one the Central Railway. There is also a station on the Western line called Matunga Road Railway station. Railway Station
Matunga Road Railway StationMatunga Road is a railway station on the Western Line. It is used to access the Shivaji Park area in Mumbai and is the smallest railway station.Railway Station
Mount Mary ChurchOld churches in a place surrounded by trees bring a sense of calm to the onlookers. Their long history combined with faith and spiritualism of the people who come to pray, surrounds the place with mystery. One such church in Mumbai that it visited by Christians and non-Christians alike is Mount Mary Church in Bandra. Pilgrimage
Mulund Railway StationMulund Station is on the Central line. It was built to serve Mulund which was laid out in the 1920’s. Slow Trains as well as most fast trains halt at this station.Railway Station
Mumba Devi TempleThe Mumba Devi Temple dedicated to goddess Mumba is located at Bhuleshwar in Mumbai. It is a place of worship for Hindus and is visited by a lot of people to pay their respects. The temple is also a popular tourist destination in MumbaiPilgrimage
Mumbai CentralMumbai Central is a major railway station on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway and is also a terminal for several long distance trains. It is a major station for both local as well as express/outstation trains. Railway Station
Nahur Railway StationNahur Railway station on the Central Line was inaugurated on 21st April 2006. It was built to reduce the distance between Bhandup and Mulund stations which was quiet large. This station is the nearest connecting to Airoli in Navi Mumbai and to the Mulund-Goregaon link Road.Railway Station
Nehru PlanetariumThe Nehru Planetarium named after India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was inaugurated on 3rd March 1977 by Smt Indira Gandhi. Its is a part of the Nehru Centre. The planetarium is equipped with a Digistar 3 planetarium projector which was installed in 2003 replacing the earlier Carl Zeiss Universal Projector.Tourist Attraction
Nirmal Lifestyle MallNirmal Lifestyle Mall is located in the suburb of Mulund and has been built on the most challenging concept ever built in the country. The Glass dome in the mall is the largest in South East Asia and one of the best feature of this mall. The mall house a Multiplex Theatre, Super Market, Restaurants and Retail outlets.Shopping Malls
Oberoi MallThe Oberoi Mall is located at the Oberoi Garden City in Goregaon east. Its is a one stop destination for Shopping, Dining or watching a movie. It has the second starbucks that opened in Mumbai as well as the Westin Hotels and a few officesShopping Malls
Palladium MallPalladium Mall is the first Luxury premium retail and entertainment destination. With its high fashion Brands, Fine Dining Restaurants, Spa and Salons, Cafes and Stand up Comedy venue this mall has become a landmark in the city. The mall also provides special guest services like Wi-fi and Valet Parking. Shopping Malls
Parel Railway StationParel Railway Station on the Central Line was opened in the year 1877. A bridge links Parel Station to the Elphinstone Road on the Western line.Railway Station
Phoenix Market City KurlaPhoenix Marketcity located in Kurla is a place where you can find the best brands Domestic and International and is mainly for the Quality and brand conscious consumer. It offers a one of a kind experience with Guest Services such as Baby Care, Bag Park, Utility Bill Payment centre, Wheel chairs etcShopping Malls
Powai LakeOne of the beautiful lake in the heart of Mumbai. This one is infested with crocodiles.Tourist Attraction
R Mall MulundR-Mall is a shopping mall in Mulund and opened in the year 2003. It has been built by Runwal Developers and has 4 floors & a 7 level car parking facility covering an area of approximately 80,000 Sq ftShopping Malls
R Mall ThaneR Mall Thane is located on the Ghodbunder Road with a total area of 3 Lakh Sq ft. It is full air conditioned and dedicated to Shopping with speciality in Retail. They have a parking space that can accommodate more than 300 cars at a time.Shopping Malls
Raghuleela Mall KandivaliRaghuleela mall is located at Kandivali. It is a huge mall covering an area of 400,000 sq ft with 4 floors and more than 800 shops. It also houses a Banquet Hall and Multiplex theatre. The mall has a double level parking which can accommodate parking for more than 500 vehicles.Shopping Malls
Raghuleela Mall VashiRaghuleela Mall situated right outside the Vashi Railway Station is 4 storied and covers and area of approximately 375,000 sq ft. The mall has a food court, multiplex and many other Fashion and entertainment outlets. Each floor is connected by lifts, escalators and a central staircase.Shopping Malls
R-City GhatkoparR City Mall is located at Ghatkopar and is spread across 1.2 million sq ft that can fit it 139 stores. Many Bollywood actors vist this mall to promote their films. In April 2013 Kidzania a Mexican edutainment brand launched their first theme park in India here at R-CityShopping Malls
Reay Road Railway StationReay Road station on the Harbour Line was named after Lord Reay who was the governor between 1885 and 1890. The letters GIPR (Great Indian Peninsula Railway) can be seen on both sides of the station, this was the first rail line in India. Reay Road station is also a Grade-I heritage structure. A famous brand of baked goods “Britannia” has its bakery in this place.Railway Station
Regal CinemaThe Regal Cinema is located at Colaba and opened in the year 1933. It was built by Framji Sidwa and designed by Charles Stevens. It was the first Air conditioned theatre in India as per the Limca Book of Records. Tourist Attraction
S L Raheja HospitalS.L. Raheja (A Fortis Associate) located at Mahim is a 140 bedded hospital. It is a Center of Excellence for Diabetes and Oncology. The hospital is well known for over 25 years in Mumbai. The hospitals focus is on preventing a disease by early detection.Hospital
Saifee HospitalSaifee Hospital built by Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin (Head of the Dawoodi Bohra Community) located at Charni Road is a modern hospital with State of the art facilities with 33 specialized departments, 295 beds and 200 doctors. The hospital was inaugurated on 5th June 2005 by the Former Prime Minister of India Dr.Manmohan Singh. Hospital
Saki Naka Metro StationSaki Naka Metro Station is on Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro and provides access to the Saki Naka area in Andheri East. Metro Station
Sandhurst Road Railway StationSandhurst Road Railway station on the Central Line has been named after Lord Sandhurst who was the governor of Bombay between 1895 and 1900. It is the 3rd station from CST Station. Railway Station
Santacruz Railway StationSantacruz Station is located on the Western and Harbour line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway and used as an access point to places like Juhu Beach and Kalina UniversityRailway Station
Seven Hills HospitalsSeven Hills Hospital located in Andheri, Mumbai is a multi super speciality hospital. It is one of very few hospitals in Mumbai to have an bed capacity of 1500 for in-patients. The hospital has 16 blocks and 11 levels all connected by stairways and lobby’s. The Hospital also has 300 residential apartments for its consultants and staff thereby assuring availability 24X7. Seven Hills has 24 Dialysis Units, 36 operation theatres and 4 Cath Labs. Hospital
Sewri Railway StationSewri Railway station on the Harbour line is in between Cotton green and Wadala Road stations. Railway Station
Shivaji ParkThe Park named after the legendary 17th century warrior king Chhatrapati Shivaji was created in the year 1925 by the Mumbai Municipal Corporation and is one of the largest park in Mumbai located at Dadar. It is of Historical as well as cultural value because of the political and social gatherings that it has witness in both Pre and post Independence Tourist Attraction
Shroff Eye HospitalShroff Eye Hospital is one of the leading eye hospitals in Mumbai. It is India’s first hospital accredited by the Joint Commission Internations (USA) since 2006. The team of doctors are highly skilled and experienced eye specialist in Mumbai.Hospital
Siddhivinayak TempleThe Siddhivinayak Temple is a Hindu Temple located in Prabhadevi built in November 1801. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shri Ganesh. The wooden doors of the Shrine are carved with images of the Ashtavinayak (the eight manifestations of Ganesha in Maharashtra) and the inner roof plated with Gold. There is a Hanuman Temple in the same compound as well. The Temple trust is Mumbai’s richest with them receiving donations of around 100 million (US$1.7 million)– 150 million (US$2.5 million) every year.Pilgrimage
Sion Railway StationSion Station on the Central Railway is the last locality within the city limits of Mumbai. Its marathi name Sheev means boundary or limit.Railway Station
Sobo CentralSobo Central formerly named as Crossroads Mall opened in the year 1999. The mall is 150,000 square feet and spread over four buildings located at TardeoShopping Malls
Tata Memorial HospitalThe Tata Memorial Hospital located at Parel in Mumbai is a specialist in cancer treatment and closely associated with the Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer (ACTREC). It is recognised as one of the leading cancer centres in this part of the World.Hospital
Tilak Nagar Railway StationTilak Nagar a Railway station on the harbour line has two platforms which serves the north & south bound railway line. The north line goes to Chembur while the south goes to Kurla.Railway Station
Versova Metro StationThe Versova Metro Station on Line 1 is the western terminus located at Seven Bungalows in Andheri and serves the Versova area in Mumbai. Opened to the public on 8th June 2014, it was flagged off by Prithiviraj Chavan (Maharashtra Chief Minister), Anil Ambani (Reliance Chairman) and his wife Tina Ambani.Metro Station
Vidyavihar Railway StationVidyavihar Station on the central line is named after the Somaiya Vidyavihar campus which is one of the largest education campus in Mumbai. Railway Station
Vikhroli Railway StationVikhroli Railway station on the Central line was built to serve the Godrej Industries Complex. The Station was built in the year 1947 just before India’s Independence.Railway Station
Vile Parle Railway StationVile Parle Station is on the Western and Harbour Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railways and was the first station on the western line to have an escalator in July 2013Railway Station
Viviana MallViviana Mall located on the Eastern Express Highway on Thane is one of the largest malls in India spread over an area of 1 million sq ft. The mall started on 27th June 2013. Its boasts of a Multiples Theatre with 14 screen, 40,000 sq ft Food Court and 2 levels in the basement for Ramp Parking for upto 2,400 vehicles. Shopping Malls
Wadala Railway StationWadala Road Railway Station is on the Harbour Line. The name is also spelt as Vadala Road. The railway station is 2 kms away from the Wadal Depot Monorail station.Railway Station
Walkeshwar TempleWalkeshwar Temple also known as the Baan Ganga Temple is located at Walkeshwar in South Mumbai. It is situated at the highest point of the city. The temple is dedicated to Shiva (Hindu God) and is generally busy every month only during the Full Moon and New moon.Pilgrimage
Western Express Highway Metro StationThe Western Express Highway metro station serves the Andheri area and is the flagship station of the line. Metro Station
Worli Sea FaceThe Worli Sea face has been a beautiful landmark in Mumbai and the promenade at the sea face is one of the busiest in Mumbai with many locals coming here for their walks in the morning and evening. A lot of bollywood movies have been shot here since the early 50’s till date. People visit this place during the monsoons to experience the waves lashing the promenade. The Worli sea face is also a residential area for the rich and famous people of Mumbai and it also marks as one of the end of the Bandra Worli Sea link.Tourist Attraction
Airport in Mumbai
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport ( BOM ) , Mumbai
Railway Stations in Mumbai
  • Bandra Terminus ( BDTS ), Mumbai
  • Dadar Central ( DR ), Mumbai
  • Dadar Station (West) ( DDR ), Mumbai
  • Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (Kurla) ( LTT ), Mumbai
  • Mumbai Central ( BCT ), Mumbai
  • Mumbai CST ( CSTM ), Mumbai
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