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Previously known as Bombay and popularly known as ?City of Dreams?. Mumbai city is a tough paradox. It is a foundation to the Indian Hindi film industry and houses population of 18.4 million. According to a UN survey, Mumbai has the highest GDP in South, West or Central Asia. The city has a humid and moderate climate, although the windy breeze compensates for the humidity. Mumbai is also famous for poetic looks, in particular, during rains. The best time to visit here is from October to March. The city has good connectivity and is easy to reach by road. Booking a cab at GetMeCab from your place to Mumbai which will introduce you to many beautiful places in Maharashtra!
There are lots of interesting places in Mumbai which fascinate the people and tourists.
Gateway of India
One of the most ancient landmarks of Mumbai - ?The Gateway of India?, constructed by British architect George Wittet in 1924. It acted as a flag for far off voyagers to recognize the Indian Territory. Its dome-shaped and magnificent architecture is what makes it one of the most popular landmarks in the city. The Gateway of India combines both Hindu and Muslim architecture. The dome architecture was an inspiration taken from the Islamic culture and the decorations and carvings on the structure are inspiration from Hindu culture. Facing this, there is Taj hotel, which is one among the majestically built hotels in India.
Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Initially known as the 'Borivali National Park', this park is clearly one of the most famous national parks in the country. Every year, there are more than 2 million people visiting Sanjay Gandhi National Park. This park is home to various species of deer, and, snakes porcupines. Other than these, the park has antelopes and leopards as well. In addition to the flora and the fauna, the 2400 years old Kanheri caves also exist within the compound of the park. The park acts as 'the lungs of the city' as it has tremendous amount of greenery, in contrast to the rest of the city.
Siddhivinayak temple is unquestionably the richest temple of India, which was constructed in 1801 by Laxman Vithu and Deubai Patil. It was actually built because Deubai had a very strong feeling about the plight of barren women. From a small unimportant temple, the temple has today evolved into a huge one. The temple dedicated to the Hindu Lord Ganesha, the God of initiation. There are eight manifestations of Lord Ganesha, also known as Ashtavinayak, all of which are beautiful carved in the temple. The central statue is dedicated to Lord Ganesha, and the inner roof of the temple is plated with pure gold.
Also, known as bandstand, this place is a walkway in west Bandra, a popular hangout spot and a big park. There is an amphitheater setup at the end of the promenade, which serves as a venue for concerts and other performances. At one end of bandstand, there is a section dedicated to honorable actors and actresses from Bollywood. This place has numerous statues and handprints. The place is privately owned by UTV Motion pictures. Bandstand is the newest seaside spot for recreation in Mumbai and has many other places to visit nearby like Chow patty, Juhu beach and the Marine drive.
Bandra fort and Sea-link
The Bandra fort was built and designed by the Portuguese in 1640 as a watchtower in Mahim bay. This fort is also known as Castella de Aguada and a lot of Bollywood films like 'Dil Chahta Hai' and 'Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na' have been shot here. Bandra sea link is a cable-stayed bridge. It links Bandra to Worli and the central Mumbai. Other than acting as a life saver for people stuck in traffic, this beautifully designed bridge is a treat to the eyes.
Founded in 1942, this theater is one of Mumbai's most famous and prestigious theaters. In a city that is home to the Bollywood film industry, theaters like this are the reason that the ancient art of theater still holds its roots strong even after establishment of many advanced ways of storytelling. The theater is privately owned by the Kapoor family, a family that has devoted 4 generations to the art of acting and storytelling. The best time to visit is around November when they conduct the annual Theater Festival.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Station
This is probably the only railway station which is listed as a World Heritage Monument. It was known as the Victoria terminus initially when it was constructed by the English architect Frederick William Stevens after the reigning queen. The construction commenced in 1878 and it took more than 10 years to complete. The architecture of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station is inspired from Italian Gothic architecture as well as that of dome-shaped Mughal buildings. No wonder, this creation reflects one of the best examples of railway and civil engineering coming together and is a structure worth a visit.
There are lots of interesting & fascinating places near Mumbai city for Weekend Destination.
This amusement park on the Mumbai-Pune expressway near Mumbai is owned by Adlabs Entertainment Limited. Facilities like entertainment, shopping and accommodation are offered here. The park houses 26 attractions for amusement and 5 multi-cuisine restaurants. It has a Bollywood-inspired roller coaster which is the biggest in India and an exquisite water park named Aquaimagica.
Lonavla and Khandala
Situated about 96 km away from Mumbai, lonavala is a lovely hill station famous for its 'chikki'. Along with that, Lonavla is also the home of The Indian Navy Technical Training Institute. The place has loads of stone carvings in and around it scribbled in the ancient language of Prakrit. Lonavla lies in the Sahyadri range that separates the Deccan plateau from the Konkan coast. A trip to Lonavla can be combined with short trips to Khandala, Karla, Bhaja and Bedsa too. There are a lot of places to visit in this area like Rajmachi point, Shivaji Udyaan, Valvan Dam and Lonavla Lake etc.
Alibaug is around 100 km to the south of Mumbai. It is known to be a famous place for recreation along the seaside, more so because it is quite undisturbed and clean. There are a plethora of places in Alibaug to visit like the Alibaug fort. Alibaug is an open beach having Alibaug fort situated on the sea-side. There is also a temple named Siddheshwar Mandir near Khandala which is a pious Shiva temple that attracts people from far especially during the Hindu month 'Saavan'. Alibaug houses a large population of Israelis and Jews which is the reason for plenty of synagogues in the area.
The temple is about 17 km from Alibaug towards the northeast direction. Like the Siddheshwar temple, this temple is also a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is present on a 90ft tall hill and one has to climb about 5000 stairs to reach here. Along with a huge temple of Lord Shiva, there are also small temples of Lord Hanuman and Lord Krishna. Every year, a fair takes place here on the 'Kartika poornima' in the Hindu calendar.
Kolad is 117 km away from Mumbai on the Mumbai-Goa highway. The city is hot and humid and receives plenty of rainfall. The main attraction in Kolad is the river rafting facility and various other adventure sports like kayaking, jungle camping, parasailing and aero modeling. There are a plenty of beautiful dams and a large number of resorts to make sure that your stay here is fun and memorable.
Shirdi is 240 Km away from Mumbai. The world renowned Sai Baba temple in Shirdi welcomes a huge number of devotees every year since there are only a few temples left dedicated to this pious saint. This Sai Baba temple is most believed in and is one of the richest temples of India. The reason people believe so much in Sai Baba is probably because he was never identified as Hindu or Muslim or of any other religion for that matter. He embraced people from all faiths and religions and defined the true meaning of humanity. Other places worth visiting here are the Sai Heritage Village, Wet n Joy Water Park, and Khandoba Mandir.
Located just 150 Km from Mumbai, Pune has once been the primary center of the Indian subcontinent, for the Peshwas, the founders of the Maratha empire ruled from here. The city was established by The Great Shivaji Maharaj and is situated at the banks of Mutha River. While Mumbai is termed as the commercial capital of India, Pune is known as the cultural capital of the state of Maharashtra. Along with being home to the traditional economic base, this city is also believed to be home to the ancient game of badminton. Important places to visit here are Osho temple, ISKON temple, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Museum of Indian History and Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park, to name a few.
Much like Lonavla and Khandala, this pleasing hill station is 76 km away from Mumbai. It is known for its lush greenery and spellbinding beautiful waterfalls. In addition, there are a lot of species of bird, vultures along with the pristine water from the Amba River as added attraction. The climate here is perfectly breezy at almost any time of the year and for all the photography enthusiasts and nature lovers out there, this is the best possible place to unleash the wanderer in you.
Malshej Ghat is in the Thane district of Maharashtra, which is 154 km from Mumbai. Primarily known for its natural beauty, the ghat is extremely rich in wildlife and has various species of cuckoos, flamingos, cranes, quails and many more. From here, visitors get to witness the mystical and beautiful valleys of the Western Ghats. The place attracts hordes of migratory birds in large numbers from July to September, which is the best time to visit it.
Lavasa is a marvelous project which is currently not finished and its style is inspired by an Italian town named Portfino. Lavasa City has won many awards for its design and plans. It is open for visitors and people come in hordes to enjoy the unique aura of the city. There is a huge central lake and the city is built surrounding it. Everything is being made for perfection and many Bollywood films have been shot in the city. This is a favorite hangout spot especially for the youngsters. It is 193 Km from Mumbai and you have no reason to miss this on your trip to Mumbai.
Triambakeshwar Temple is a famous ancient temple which is located in the town of Triyanbak in Maharashtra. It is one of the 12 jyotirlingas dedicated to the mighty Lord Shiva. A kunda within the complex of the temple known as Kusavarta is the source of the longest river in peninsular India, Godavari. The place is in the Nashik district of Maharashtra and is about 178 Km from Mumbai. Pilgrims in huge numbers visit this temple for a spiritual awakening.
Located in the Raigarh district in the state of Maharashtra, Matheran is a famous weekend getaway for people in Mumbai and Pune. It is the smallest hill station in India. It is located about 90 Km away from Mumbai and 120 Km from Pune. Despite the small size this beautiful serene hill station has 28 hangout points, 2 parks, 2 lakes, 4 chief worship places and a golf course within it. Some important points of interest are Rambagh point, Alexander point, Big chowk point, Little chowk point, Belvedere point, One tree hill point, Khandala point and many more.
The most desired destination in all of India among every age group is unquestionably Goa. Though Goa is the smallest of Indian states, nevertheless, Indians as well as foreigner absolutely love Goa. For visitors Goa has 2 World Heritage Sites: Bom Jesus Basilica and Churches and Convents of Old Goa. Also it has 2 major museums: Goa State Museum and Naval Aviation Museum. Regardless of these sites the main attraction of Goa still remains its coastal area. In a National Geography Book, Goa is placed at 6th position in a list of Top 10 Nightlife Cities in the world. Beaches like Baga and Calangute offer parasailing, jet skiing, water scooter rides, banana boat rides and many more. The influence of 450 years of Portuguese rule over Goa can be seen in its totally different style.
Round Trip Taxi Fare in Mumbai
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|Tempo Traveller 17 str||25.0|
One-Way Cab Fare in Mumbai
Full Day Taxi Fare in Mumbai
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