The Gateway of India is one of India's most distinctive sights, located in Mumbai. The massive structure was built in 1924.
Dhobi Ghat is the world's largest open-air laundry, dating back 140 years. Going to look at Mumbai's filthy laundry may appear strange, but it's a fascinating sight.
Every day, 3 million people visit Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, popularly known as VT Station.
Crawford Market sells purses, shoes, produce, live animals, and more. This occupies 72000 sq. yards. This place has been around since 1871.
Delicious Mumbai street food is everywhere! After landing, you can eat Maharashtra's burger, vada pav. Spiced potato replaces beef.
Mumbaikars rest, socialize, and stroll at night on Marine Drive, the Queen's Necklace. It's one of Mumbai's wealthiest postcodes.
Elephanta Island in Mumbai Harbour is a must-see. The caves feature remarkable AD 450 temple carvings. Five caves await.
Treat yourself to lunch and coffee at Shamiana or afternoon tea in the magnificent Sea Lounge in Mumbai.
There are many important temples in Mumbai that you may want to visit on your route to the next destination. Walkeshwar temple, Mahalakshmi temple, etc
700,000 people live in Asia's largest slum, Dharavi. Slumdog Millionaire controversially filmed certain sequences in the ghetto and hired child actors from the slum.