Explore Mumbai: The City Of Dreams!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Make the most out of your time in this amazing city by consulting our ranking of the best tourist destinations in Mumbai.

It's a 3.6-km-long, arc-shaped boulevard along the South Mumbai coast that begins at Nariman Point and finishes at Girgaum Chowpatty, also called Chowpatty Beach.

Marine Drive

Juhu is one of India's top beaches. It's a popular tourist site for celebrity houses and film star sightings in Mumbai's outskirts.

Juhu Beach

George Willet built the Gateway of India in 1924 to honour the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Mumbai. It is the best place to go in Mumbai.

Gateway of India

It features 5 Shiva caves and 2 Buddhist caves. From the Gateway of India, it's a one-hour ferry voyage.

Elephanta Caves

One of the most popular beaches, Chowpatty Beach, is at the northern end of Marine Drive. It is known for its bazaars and dinners.

Chowpatty Beach

The Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai is devoted to Lord Ganesh. Celebrities from Bollywood and sports throng the temple to worship Siddhivinayak Ganapati.

Siddhivinayak Temple

It is one of the best sites in the city to see the traditional monsoons, with their violent waves crashing into the road. Bandra Worli Sea Link is another must-see in Mumbai.

Worli Seaface

Take your significant other to the Hanging Garden to relax amidst flower gardens, water fountains, and animal-shaped hedges.

Hanging Gardens of Mumbai

One of the UNESCO World Heritage sites is here. It is a very important train station and the home of the Central Railways. Finished in May 1888

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Dada Saheb Phalke built the early 20th-century film metropolis on the borders of Goregaon near Borivali National Park.

Goregaon Film City

The Kanheri Caves in Mumbai are a group of rock-cut monuments in the shape of caves. They are in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, which is near Borivali in Mumbai.

Kanheri Caves

Largest slum in Asia, is contrary to popular belief, it's home to industrious, inspired, and creative people who live affluent lives in poverty.

Dharavi Slum

The Red-Carpet Wax Museum is a must-see in Mumbai because to its lifelike statues of celebrities, politicians, world leaders, scientists, social workers, etc.

Red Carpet Wax Museum