Top Mumbai

From grandiose Victoria Station to famous Bollywood Film City

As one of India’s primary business and tourist hub, Mumbai has an abundance of attractions most located around the central area of South Mumbai, including:

  1. Gateway of India: Mumbai’s most iconic sight
  2. Colaba Causeway: the lively commercial Shahid Bhagat Singh Road
  3. Khala Ghoda: art precinct home to the museums, the High Court and the Clock Tower
  4. Prince of Wales Museum: officially known as Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Chowk
  5. Chowpatty beach: sandy coast within the western tip of the Marine Drive
  6. Victoria Station: the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) set within a colonial building
  7. Wellington Fountain: now the Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Chowk roundabout
  8. Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat: Mumbai’s unique open air laundry
  9. Haji Ali: Mumbai’s floating tomb and Mosque
  10. Malabar hill: south Mumbai’s highest point home to the Tower of Silence and the Hanging Gardens
  11. Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum: a tribute to one of India’s most celebrated figure
  12. Town Hall: set within a remarkable building home to the Asiatic Society of Bombay
  13. General Post Office: Mumbai central post office set within a beautiful building
  14. Dabbawallahs of Mumbai: one of the world’s most efficient food delivery service
  15. Crawford Market: one of the busiest and most famous markets in South Mumbai
  16. Mumbai Stock Exchange: India’s finance epicentre within Kala Ghoda
  17. Banganga: part of the Walkeshwar Temple Complex within the Malabar Hill
  18. Film City: home to Mumbai’s famous Bollywood Productions
  19. Elephant Island: famous for its UNESCO World Heritage 6th-century cave temples
  20. Sanjay Gandhi National Park: home to birds, fauna and Buddhist caves

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