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6 Incredible Places To Visit In Mumbai Which Will Make You Fall In Love With The City

Mumbai, a cosmopolitan metropolis, formerly the Bombay city, is the capital of Maharashtra, India. Mumbai is India’s financial and commercial centre. The name Mumbai was replaced officially in 1995, although Bombay remains the typical usage. Mumbai is regarded as the most attractive cities and one of the largest and most populous areas globally. Mumbai is known as the city of dreams as it is full of dreamers, intelligent workers, starlets, artists, and lots and lots of people. It is also known for its most prolific film industry. The majorly spoken language in Mumbai is Hindi, but this city has migrants from different lands and so known to be a city filled with warm and friendly people. 

 

Are you planning to visit Mumbai anytime sooner? The most suitable time to visit Mumbai would be during the winters, which falls between November and February. The humidity is on a lesser side during the winter, having a pleasant climate. The least temperature is 17 degrees centigrade, and the maximum goes up to 30 degrees during the winter.   

 

The soul of Mumbai has some of the greatest and stunning colonial architecture. If you attempt to venture out to the lesser-known trails, you can run across different marts, temples, great eateries and an inimitable nightlife. Mumbai is known for the famous Dabbawalas, vada pavbhel puri, and other yummylicious chaat items. Dr Kausthub Desikachar says the quirkiness of Mumbai is beyond words that can be jotted.

 

Dr Kausthub Desikachar has listed 6 incredible places to visit in Mumbai, which will make you fall in love with this enchanting city; that too without hurting your budget 😉

 

1.Gateway Of India

The early hours of the day or late evenings are the most suitable time to visit India’s Gateway to enjoy the sea’s cool breeze. Placed next to the TajMahal palace, the Gateway oF India will leave you spellbound in every way possible. A trip to Mumbai is not impeccable without catching a glimpse of this magnificent monument.

 

2.Marine Drive

Marine Drive, also identified as the queen’s necklace, is a go-to place for all the Mumbaikars and tourists to endure a bit of heaven the city offers. Everything here feels relaxing; the cruise, lashing waves, art deco buildings, etc. Marine Drive is a hot spot to watch the sunset and the gorgeously lit up night.

 

3.Sanjay Gandhi National Park

With varieties of fun activities, this spot is a family entertainer. Safari, boating, hiking towards the Gandhi tekdi, Mahatma Gandhi’s memorial, joy train, Kanheri caves, and Jain temple in the forest makes it a memorable and fun visit. 

 

4.Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum is one of India’s most important art and historical attraction. You will need a whole day to consume the museum’s collections which include Indian miniature paintings, Himalayan art, antique Asian coins, jewelled swords, etc. 

 

5. Global Vipassana Pagoda

Discover Mumbai’s serene side at the impressive Pagoda. It is designed to accommodate 8000 vipassana meditators. They offer courses related to meditation, Buddha’s teachings, practising gratitude, etc.

 Other Attractions In Mumbai

Juhu Beach

Elephanta Caves

Chota Kashmir

Powai Lake

Shri Mahalakshmi Temple

Colaba Causeway

Mumbai Film City

 

Foodies, eat your heart out. Mumbai has the best colourful and spicy street foods.

 

Dr Kausthub Desikachar says Bon Voyage!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dr Kausthub Desikachar

Dr Kausthub Desikachar

Dr. Kausthub Desikachar is the successor and current lineage holder of the classical Viniyoga tradition of T Krishnamacharya & TKV Desikachar. He is an acclaimed yoga teacher, yoga therapist, healer and spiritual adviser. He is also an avid photographer, inspirational writer and poet.

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