Top Places to Visit Mumbai

Best Travel Places in Mumbai

Although many of us have visited Mumbai most of the time, but still we run out travelling Mumbai on weekends. Mumbai is the dream city for anyone right from the childhood member to growing at 70’s and 80’s.

After working so hard and get some time to look and step out to do something new on your weekends. Try visiting with your love ones, family, and friends’ to best places in Mumbai.

When you are chilling with, don’t ever forget to take snaps exploring the Mumbai point of interest. Red Carpet Wax Museum is one the amazing place to visit in Mumbai.


Adding different memories to your album of life is always being an amazing thing. Why visit overseas to see statues of an artist, historic leaders, politicians, film stars and many more. You just need to walk down to Mumbai to have the real feel of wax statues of these legends.

Photography is allowed to all the visitors. You can take pictures and pose with your favorite personality. An exception that you must have your own camera to have snaps. Complete your dream standing beside famous celebrities. You can experience the hard and great artwork in Red Carpet Wax Museum.

So while in Mumbai visit Red Carpet Wax Museum to experience the same feel like a visit to Madame Tussauds in London or in Delhi.

Location: Red Carpet Wax Museum is located in Ghatkopar West at R-City Mall.

Opening hours: Wax Museum is opened from Monday to Sunday at 10AM to 10PM.

Entry Fees: You can book either online or directly visiting the place. Get discount and offer on online bookings. For further information about booking on weekdays and weekends, do visit our website. 

Top Places to Visit Mumbai

Red Carpet Wax Museum

Siddhivinayak Temple

Moving on to some spiritual side visiting Siddhivinayak Temple. It's being a great thing having some prayers at these places. Sit for a while finding inner peace and relax your mind. Siddhivinayak Temple is located in Prabhadevi. The temple is dedicated to the Lord Ganesha which is built out from a single black stone. It is one of the famous Divine Temple in India where millions come and have faith and believe. Lord Ganesha of this temple is also titled as ‘Navasala Pavanara Ganapati.’ It is strongly believed that many wishes are fulfilled and completed if you have faith.

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Gateway of India

Gateway of India is one of the most historic monument and landmark in Mumbai. The gate is based in Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai. It is the loveliest tourist spot and most visited.  A trip to Mumbai without visiting Gateway of India, then you miss the chance to visit famous monument in Mumbai. The monument is designed with integration of Roman triumphal arch and together with Hindu and Muslim style of architecture. It can be the best spot to be visited with friends or family. Couples can also enjoy the sunset with exotic view of Arabian sea. Capture the panoramic view and enjoy the boat rides.

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Marine Lines

No one can miss this amazing place once in Mumbai on weekends. Yes, talking about Marine Lines and popularly referred as Marine drive. Many of tourists know this place as queen's necklace which is 4km long. It is located in South Bombay linking Nariman Point to Babulnath and Malabar Hill. It is the prime attraction of Mumbai. It is a place where young or old, rich or poor, locals or tourist, students or businessmen, everyone loves to visit. Place where you can find incredible peace.Go for a long drive and sit along the sea side facing backward the world. Take a break from your busy life and visit Marine drive with your loved once.

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Shopping Streets

Shopping in Mumbai with best affordable cost is more exciting. Look down here are the best streets for shopping. Linking Road and Hill Road in Bandra have great trendy stuff of clothes, accessories, shoes. Likewise, find out Fashion Street and Colaba Causeway which has designer clothes with matching accessories. Rather going at different places, here you can complete your shoppig at one place. Lokhandwala Market in Andheri is one famous market in Mumbai, where you can rarely find any difference from original brand products and the replicas. Along with shopping, chase your hunger with some tasty food, snacks from the street hawkers.

Red Carpet Wax Museum

Red Carpet Wax Museum which is built in 2016 is now found in the top list of Best place to visit in Mumbai. If not visited then plan a trip on coming holidays. It feels very special by the long and surprising welcome at the entrance of Red Carpet Wax Museum. By seeing the large wax statue of Well known comedian Mr. Bean's at entrance door excites you, even more, to walk ahead. Check out various wax figures of celebrities, social workers, scientist, sportsmen, etc. You can check in between 11 AM to 10 PM. It is situated in famous R City Mall of Ghatkopar. Get combo offers on a visit to Red Carpet Wax Museum at R City Mall and other major attractions.

Location: R City Mall, Ghatkopar(West)




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Dhobi Ghat

Dhobi Ghat is one of the things to visit and see the world’s largest washing center. It is unique and ideal place as the clothes are washed by hands in the open air. Plenty of clothes from hospitals and hotels are washed on daily basis by washer-men commonly called as dhobis. The dirt is washed out on the concrete base lined up in a row. Dhobis are very expert in taking care of clothes right from washing, drying and ironing and lastly proper delivery of the clothes to its owner. The tradition started at British era and is passing away to the next generation. It is located near Maha-Lakshmi Station.

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Jehangir Art Gallery

Jehangir Art Gallery was built in 1952 and is the first art gallery to set up in Mumbai. Art lovers will have a unique experience after visiting Jehangir Art Gallery. The gallery is very well managed and secured. The classic architecture and modern art are represented at its best. There are total four exhibition halls with one Auditorium hall, Hirji Art gallery, and Terrace gallery of photography. Artists wait for years to show their work. To get more information about events and exhibitions please visit our website. The entry to the museum is free of charge.

Timings: It is open all days from 11 AM to 7 PM

Location: Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai

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Walk of Stars

Inspired by the Hollywood walk of stars, Bollywood introduced its own Walk of the stars in Mumbai. It is the part of Bandra Bandstand Promenade. The walk is stretched 2 km long featuring the handprints, statues, and signatures of Bollywood celebrities. The signatures and handprints are embossed on brass plates along the path. Statues of Dev Anand, Shammi Kapoor, Raj Kapoor, and Yash Chopra are posed in their signature style sitting on the benches. Handprints of celebrities like Anupam Kher, Kareena Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor, Asha Parekh, and many more. It is Bollywood’s one more attraction to be visited in Mumbai.

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Mahakali Caves

Mahakali Cave is one of two caves located in Mumbai city, which is about 2000 years old. It is situated in Mumbai in the eastern suburbs of Andheri East and used to be an intellectual monastery. A day's journey in this cave, where the cut-off structure will make your day more exciting. The structure is made of solid black basalt rocks will take you into the journey of thousands of years old. The Mahakali cave was also known as the caves of ancient times. It was an intellectual monastery as well as many Buddhist monks used to live there. Though the cave is not as big as Ajanta Ellora, it is a center of attraction among tourists.

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Rajabai Clock Tower

Rajabai Clock Tower, established in South Mumbai, a replica of Big Ben of London. It was built during the British period within the Fort Campus of the University of Mumbai. Today, this tower is one of the prestigious structures in Mumbai. The Clock tower is 196 ft high and was designed by architect Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1878 and financial assistance was provided by the founder of the Bombay Stock Exchange, Premchand Roychand. Rajabai Clock Tower, named after Roychand's mother Rajabai. The tower is formed with two architectural styles namely the Venetian and Gothic. Do visit to see this historic place of Mumbai.

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Colaba Causeway

Mumbai is the place where fashion begins and Colaba Causeway is the place from which shopping starts. The best way to visit Causeway and its surrounding areas is to walk around. Girls, note that this is where you can buy accessories at reasonable price. The market has a collection of goods with artistic values. Not just Indians but many foreigners have also insisted on this market because it is located in close proximity to the famous Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. As they say, finding a unique object here is not very difficult. It is also the home to many old cafes such as Mordeger and Leopold and Restaurant, where one can relax a bit.

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St. George Fort

St.George Fort was built in 1769 during the early days of the British empire in India located in the Fort area of Mumbai. The fort was named after George III of the United Kingdom. The fort was built to defend against the attacks by the Napoleon Bonaparte. Although the British defeated him after seven years. Later it was used to store British military arms and equipments. You can give a visit to this historic place and take snaps. You can find various food stalls outside the fort to fill up your taste and hunger.

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Taj Mahal Hotel

The Taj Mahal Palace is a luxurious five-star hotel situated in Mumbai. The building is 115 years old. Taj Mahal Palace Hotel is located at the Colaba Salt Lake of Mumbai, near the Gateway of India facing the Arabian sea. The Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai was designed by an Indian. Jamsedji Tata was inspired to assemble this hotel after he was denied at Watson's Hotel, which was limited to 'whites only.' The massive terror attack was held on 26 November 2008 and the hotel was occupied by the terrorists for about 60 hours during the classified firing in Mumbai. This building has become the identity of Mumbai and is one of the famous tourist spots of Mumbai.

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Jama masjid

Jama Masjid is India’s oldest and the largest mosques in Mumbai. It is believed that the original mosque was situated somewhere near Dongri and in 1770 it was again demolished by the orders of Governor William Hornby. The present Jama Masjid is located near Crawford market in South Mumbai area. Huge Muslim crowd reaches here on every Friday which is a holy day of the Islamic community to bow their heads and pray. Get nourished with the peaceful and calm environment of the mosque. Do visit once the pilgrimage place Jama Masjid and get to know about the rich history and religion.