Best places to Visit in Mumbai
Mumbai is a astonishing fallacy of purpose and hubbub, fetish and madness and running beaches ask pardon resembling for a superb skyline; where non-natives comes together to weave a dazzling tapestry of sustenance, art and culture. There is a sure vibe to Mumbai that is hard to articulate. Mumbai may not be my city but it is defanitely my type of city. The insane split between outrageous fabulousness and extraordinary expectations makes it the go to put on place if you have stars in your eyes. Yes, I had a trip to Mumbai and it cannot be explained. Bragging of an ideal blend of urban advancement and rich history, this city is known to have something for everyone. It is literally the 'City of Dreams'. On the mumbain roads we have the hotheaded double decker buses run by BEST. The streats are ergo crowded and busy .. Honk instantaneously… Uhh when nobody else has honked in the last 30 seconds this is what goes in the mind of every person living in Mumbai.
My engagement began with treats from an assortment of the celebrated road nourishment in Mumbai, and as said when in Mumbai attempt Mumbai burger aka Vada Pav ergo I started with one, it was delectable. I than made my way to explore a lot of places like South Mumbai
Gateway of India: One of the most distinguished monument in Mumbai, that was built in 1924. Located at Apollo Bunder Waterfront, the monument overlooks the Arabian Sea in the most beautiful way.
Juhu beach: It is the most popular beach in Mumbai and is located close to Andheri. This is also one of the best spots in Mumbai to watch a sunset, with a cool evening breeze, and to feel "relaxed" in this chaotic city.
Sidhivinayak Temple: is located in Prabhadevi and is a Lord Ganesha temple, one of the most significant and frequented temples in Mumbai. It was built by Laxman Vithu and Deubai Patil.The wooden doors to the sanctum are carved with images of the Lord which adds to it's beauty.
Hajji Ali: Situated at the backdrop of a astonishing view of the sea is the shrine of Haji Ali, a wealthy merchant turned into Muslim Sufi. People from all walks of life and religions come here to seek blessings.
Girgaum Chowpatty: it is a small sandy beach at the north end of Marine Drive. The beach is very crowded and hosts street food stalls serving local delicacies.
Marine Drive: is a 3km long arc shaped road along the sea coast of South Mumbai and is the best place to watch the sunset in Mumbai. It actually resembles a Queen's Necklace, the streetlights resemble a string of pearls in a necklace at night.
Della adventure park: Just for some adventure and fun I went to this adventure park which is just 80km drive from Mumbai. They offer a variety of more than 86 adventure games and exercises, 2 multi-food eateries, a 24 hour bistro, a mouth-watering pastry kitchen and Camp Della their restrictive contemporary extravagance resort with a spa, salon, recreation center and swimming pool which includes lots of offers and surprises.
This megacity,brings up so many different images simultaneously! Variety of marvelousness, sizzling stars from one perspective and obviously the ghettos, the fisherwomen,the black market and the gangstas … on the other. Distance from beaches to hills, real monuments to ultra coincidental architecture, it has it all. It is one station that will influence you to stop until the end of time.
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