Best Destination In Mumbai

Mumbai travel guide

Mumbai is a city where every mind and heart wishes to spend time or settled there. Then why to miss the chance to visit Mumbai and spend the weekends leaving all the worries backstage. Grab the opportunity to bring the happy moments to your life with the love of traveling Mumbai. Here you go with the amazing places which are Best destination in Mumbai. You will wonder and confused by where to visit first and how many places to cover. But don't miss the places those listed below.

Unique destination in Mumbai-Red Carpet Wax Museum

Red Carpet Wax Museum is one of the best destinations in Mumbai. Must visit a place to spend your vacation in Mumbai.

You can stand close to various wax figures and grab your arm around them to click pictures and have great fun. You can later post the funny poses of yours on social sites. You won't believe that these are the wax statues which gives you the real feel of the stars standing beside you. Book your tickets now at fair prices. It is based in Ghatkopar at R City Mall. 

Best Destination In Mumbai

Red Carpet Wax Museum

Bollywood, Film City

Make the best time out in Mumbai visiting Bollywood area the great Film city. Films are Mumbai’s foremost highlight. A large place where 1000 of sets can set up at a time. You can spot plenty of activities that choreographers make actors work on dance, actors dialog, director’s discussion, witness original sound and light tracks. Everything observed lakes, mountains, gardens gives the real feeling.

Opening Hours: One can visit any time any day from 10 am to 11 pm.

Location: Film city is based inside Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagri Main gate, Goregaon East.

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Essel World & Water Kingdom

Essel World is one of the biggest amusement park built in 1986. It has made a benchmark on tourist and visitors. Enjoy variety of rides and spend quality time with friends and family. Just beside Essel world amazing water kingdom is based so one can be entertained with water ride and slides. Come and visit and get some relief from your daily chores.

Opening hours: Every day from 10am to 8pm.

Location: Global Pagoda Road, Gorai, Boravli West.

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Mount Merry Church

The Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount is mostly known as Mount Merry Church. One can flush away all the worries and sit inside the church and relax. It’s most peaceful and quiet places you will ever feel. One can start the day with praying and moving ahead to another best destination in Mumbai.

Opening hours: Every day Except Saturday, from 8 am to 8:30 pm

Location: It is based in Bandra West.

Red Carpet Wax Museum

Come along with your children and experience the beauty. You will wonder to have a similar glimpse of Madame Tussauds in Mumbai. Yes, Red Carpet wax museum is located in Ghatkopar. Stand beside famous politicians, film stars, sportsmen, leader’s statues. Pose with your favorite star with your self-camera.  You got one more reason for visit in Mumbai with your friends. Get your bookings done online and have a discount on tickets.

Location: R City Mall, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Amrut Nagar, Ghatkopar West.

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday from 10 AM to 11 PM. 

 

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Girgaon Chowpatty

One of the best locations in Mumbai is Girgaum Beach which is popular as Girgaum Chowpatty or Chowpatty. It is based in Girgaon area. Take around along the beach and play in the water, do yoga and sit relaxed with family or chit-chat with group of friends. Don’t miss to have famous ‘Bhutta' i.e. roasted corn and famous mouth watery ‘Bhelpuri’. Make your day by enjoying delicious snacks and mind-blowing sunset. Take beautiful snaps with the sunset. Making a day out on the beach for children is fun. A must visit place in Mumbai to chill out on the sandy beach with a light glaze of light.

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Train Station

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Train Station which was previously called as Victoria Terminus is the most epic historic monument in Mumbai. It took 10 years to complete its construction and only one architecture that took so many years in Bombay. The architecture of the building speculates about Victorian Gothic styles. It is the biggest station in Mumbai that serves long-distance rails and also suburban lines. It is one of the biggest commercial centers in Mumbai. CST is called as the busiest station but its exquisite carvings with lightening effect at night are eye-catching. It is located in the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Area, Fort, Mumbai.

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Nehru Science Centre

Nehru Science Centre is not just a science center but is best for students at a learning center. It is the largest science center in India. There are a bunch of interesting things like plants, shrubs and more than 500 hands-on science exhibits based on energy, kinematics, mechanics, etc. The center also offers a big library having more than 10000 number of books. The major attraction of this center is they have 3D shows every day. Those who are fond of science, then Nehru Science Centre is must visit place in Mumbai. Nominal charges are taken as per age criteria. Group of students is offered with a discount on tickets.

It is situated in Worli, Mumbai. It is a good place to take your kids.

Timings: 10 AM to 6 PM

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Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum

Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum is one of the oldest museums in Mumbai. Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum represents the skilled art made by the various artist. The center of interest goes with paintings, Indian art, culture and artifacts that are displayed in a good manner. It also offers art exhibition, cultural shows, seminars for students. Guides have the depth knowledge of the museum and inside things. Also, you can spend time at the library where you can take glimpses of the history of the city. The staff is not only professional but they are friendly. It is located in Byculla East, Mazgaon. Timings: 10:00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. It is closed on Wednesday.

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Banganga

Sometimes planning a trip to cultural places is worth visiting. So here we have one historic piece was formed in AD 1127 by Lakshman Prabhu. Hindus greatly believe in the mythological significance of the tank. Walkeshwar Temple shares its land for the Banganga tank. It is shaped in rectangular and covered with steps from all the four sides. Many people visit this place and take a dip in the water as it is considered that it has the power of healing.

Location: Walkeshwar Temple, Malabar Hill

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Fashion Street

It is one of the favorite shopping spots to every visitor coming to Mumbai. You will love visiting Fashion Street doing street shopping rather than visiting malls and branded shops. One can spend a whole day along the lanes of Fashion Street. A number of shops are lined up in a queue with a variety of clothes, Accessories, Gadgets/Electronics, Traditional wear, Sportswear, Footwear and much more things. If visiting the first time then be awake for the prices shopkeeper offers. New faces are often highly rated. But bargaining skills will take off. You can reach by local transport better to go by local trains as it saves your time.

It is located Opposite to Azad Maidan, Karamveer Bhaurao Patil Marg, M.G. Road, South Mumbai.

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Gateway of India

Gateway of India was built in 1924 during the British rule and now it is the memorable landmark in Mumbai. The structure is built with unique blend of Indian, Arabic and Western architecture. The iconic monument was built to honor the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in Mumbai in 1911. One will be surprised by visualising the perfect combination of Hindu Muslim and Roman triumphal architetural influence. One can visit anytime without any entry fees and enjoy the sunset. Location: Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai. It is the best place to visit in Mumbai.

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Kala Ghoda Art Festival

Kala Ghoda Art Festival is organized by Kala Ghoda Association in the commercial capital of Indai- Mumbai. Kala Ghoda Art Festival held annually in the month of February. The festival begins from the first Saturday of February and ends at the second Sunday of February. It is usually nine day long festival with various cultural events are held. The cultural fair filled with arts like dance, music, theatre, cinema, literature, etc. It also conducts seminars and workshops that are relevant to art, heritage walks, stalls having eco friendly crafts for sale. The festival is being celebrated since 1999. Location: It is located in South Bombay.

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Butterfly park

Move away from the concrete jungle and catch up one of the best butterfly garden in Mumbai. Yes, talking about Ovalekar Wadi Butterfly Park. The Ovalekar family owns the garden as they converted their agricultural land into butterfly garden. The garden has more than 70 species of butterflies. You can spot Indian jezebel, Tailed Jay, Greater Orange Tip, Common Mormon, Common Rose, Oakleaf Butterfly, Red Pierrot, Common Baron, Blue Mormon, Emmigrant, Yellow Orange Tip, Common Wanderer, Blue Tiger, and many more. You can also have breakfast their with minimum price. Take your kids to see something unique.

Location: Owala Village, Takkarda Road, Ghodbunder Road, Thane.

Timing: It is opened only on Sunday from 7.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.

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Byculla zoo

Byculla Zoo also well known as Jijamata Udyan is the oldest zoo in Mumbai. Local people of Mumbai also call this zoo as Ranichi baugh was established in 1861. The zoo is inculcated with many endangered species. The zoo houses Asiatic lion, jungle cat, palm civet cat, porcupine, gaur, mouse deer, leopard and many reptiles and birds. It also has huge and rare collection of trees, herbal plants, and flowers that increases the glory of Zoo. You can also see the international creatures like Penguins and pangolins in the zoo. Do visit the place for amazing trip in the beautiful environment.

Location: Lalbaug Flyover, Near Railway Station, Byculla East.

Timings: Opened all days from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm and it remains closed on Wednesday.

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Dadar Station

Dadar station is the most crowded and busiest station of Mumbai. It is the only station that connects the central as well as western lines of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. Central and Western platforms are separated by railway offices,  railway yards and connected by overhead bridges for pedestrians. Dadar station receives more than 500000 visitors on the daily basis. Dadar station being the terminal for long distance travel and also for the Mumbai locals huge crowd is gathered here. It has 8 platforms among which 7th and 8th platform is home platform which are dedicated for national connectivity.