5 places in Mumbai to visit without fail!

Mumbai Mumbai!!

Mumbai, the city that never sleeps! It’s a dream city and the financial capital of India. The one city that have got everything for everyone. Be it a dreamer, an aspirer, a survivor or a traveller, the city never returns anybody empty handed. Complimenting its progressive nature, the city has some beautiful attractions to offer for wanderlusts too. Want to know what are those, read along!

HAJI Ali Dargah

HAJI ali Dargah

Haji Ali Dargah 

The iconic spot of the city standing amidst heavy flowing river since1431! It’s an enchanting shrine of Hazrat Haji  Ali, a religious head of Muslims. Though, the place has an unavoidable history for the Mohammedarian sector, even tourists and locals of other religions are found praying here. You have to walk the long, narrow path before you enter the grand dargah and later near the mosque and shrine. There is also a way from behind the shrine that connects it directly to the sea. Though Mumbai have faced lots of sea mishaps, tsunami, floods in the past 400 years, but it’s really astonishing how this place seemed to have been untouched and unharmed even though it’s placed in the middle of the river. This is also one of the reasons why people from across the globe are curious to see this astounding attraction.

Queens necklace Queens necklace

Queens necklace 

No, we aren’t here discussing anything about her highness queens necklace literally, it’s actually a tag given to Mumbai’s most favourite spot, Marine drive. The one place that’s visited most often, almost daily by the locals and without fail by the tourists. They just love exploring the city lights from catching a view across the whole circle adorning the great sea Mumbai is surrounded with! That’s why it’s called queens necklace, it adds to the beauty Of  the city by giving everyone a stunning view of the gorgeous city itself! 

Beaches of mumbai

Chowpatty

The city beaches 

We know the fact well that Mumbai is an island. It stands with pride guarded by water on all its sides. This have given rise to some enchanting beaches on the place too. Who doesn’t relate to the world chowpatty when they are at Mumbai! Be it Juhu beach, or Girgaun chowpatty or Aqsa beach or Ghorai beach, they all have something to give to all the beach lovers on this land. If you are a visitor here, you can choose any of the one and take your time enjoying the sun, sand and the sea. But most of the times locals here prefer visiting the beaches during night. Whatever the times, Mumbai beaches are worth paying a visit!

Bandstand Bandra

Bandra bandstand

Bandra bandstand 

Another breathtaking natural destination of the city that’s connected to the city. Even if you aren’t a sea fan and have no interest in watching the waves, the bandstand has got some old remains around its corner which is a great thing to explore if history interests  you. For sea lovers, the noisy sea waves, the huge natural rocks and the captivating sunset scene does the trick!

CST station Mumbai

Chattrapatri Shivaji terminus

Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus!

Previously known as the Victoria terminus, built during the British rule in India, it’s got itself listed in the heritage sites of the world. It’s a huge expanse of impressive archeology and artistry expanding over a large area at the souther side of the city. It’s an active railroad station which prides in occupying a large number of crowd at the same time in it. On most of the prominent times of the year, the CST is adorned with enchanting lights which really attracts lots of travelers towards it. 

Gateway of India

Gateway of India

Apart from these you mustn’t miss visiting the Gateway of India, priyadarshini park, joggers park, the museum, Taraporewala aquarium, city zoo and more such amazing sites. These all comprise and make together a grand Mumbai, aamchi Mumbai! 

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34 thoughts on “5 places in Mumbai to visit without fail!

  1. It’s a magnificent City indeed. Unfortunately for me, it’s one that I’ve still not got a chance to visit. Found your blog through #MyFriendAlexa

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  2. Mayanagari gaye aur ye sab nahi dekha to kya dekha, lovely post reminding the best of the best places from Amchimumbai.#PraGunReads #MyFriendAlexa

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  3. Oh Mumbai is a city I long to visit! And your post has made me want to go even more strongly! I will visit these 5 places whenever I go there (hopefully sometime soon)

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  4. Yeh hai mumbai Meri jaan!!This summer vacation we went to Goa then Mumbai which was a dream come true for me,your pics refresh my memories …I loved shidhi vinayak,mahalaxmi temple,Hazi Ali, bungalows of movie stars, sea shores jogging along Marine drive..just amazing,,our aamchi mumbai!!

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  5. As a long time resident of Mumbai these five are certainly the top ones. More than the spots, the atmosphere of Mumbai is what enraptures the visitor. I would like to add that every locality of Mumbai has a flavour of its own which one can relish – be it the colonial grandeur of Fort, the leafy promenades of Bandra, the atmospheric Colaba or the modern highrise suburb of BKC – Mumbai offers an eclectic mixture of experiences! Mumbai forever!

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  6. I have went Mumbai , but I think I have missed some beautiful places you mentioned

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  7. These all places looks amazing at night

    Hazi Ali is very good place to visit

    Nice list nice post

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  8. I never visited the city “Mumbai”.

    These places are definitely good for those who are in Mumbai or planning to go there.

    I will also keep in mind these places if I go there😊

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  9. Mumbai is the city of dreams and I am so lucky to be a part of this city..very true these 5 places are sureshot need to be visited

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  10. Absolutely loving this listing. infact I have completed it all in a day in my last visit 😁

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  11. Such beautiful pictures. Was reminded of my time in Mumbai and all the memories to times spent at these places came rushing. It’s absolutely true that you could move out of Mumbai, but the heart remains their forever.

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  12. Nice post. You have touched several important iconic places of Mumbai. Enjoyed reading it.

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  13. Beautiful places of religious and historical sentiments. However if people want some peace, quiet and being next to Nature. They must definitely visit the Borivli National Park.

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  14. I have seen a couple of these places not as a tourist but have seen them in passing. A few I have seen were during my childhood days.

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  15. Nice pictures…I have lived in Mumbai a very,very long time ago…and I still remember the ‘Queens necklace’, ‘Gateway of India’ and more… thanks for listing them!! 🙂

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  16. I love Mumbai but it was way too fast in terms of everyday lives than Pune. I somehow don’t adjust with the humid weather in Mumbai. Gateway and Marine Drive is my favorite, have to visit the other spots mentioned above 🙂 I never knew Marine Drive is known Queen’s Necklace, but super apt name!
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  17. I love all these places and I love Bombay in totality.
    #ReadByPRB

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  18. Nice selection of places. Though I believe Mumbai has so much to offer. Do a post on Food places in Mumbai.
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    1. These are some really good places worthy to be visited in Mumbai along with sea-face promenade and a drive at bandra worli sea link.

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  19. bloggingmadeeasierneha 10 Sep 2019 — 6:53 pm

    Great city and beautiful pics. Thanks for listing these down. I would definitely love to visit them whenever I get a chance

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  20. I have been to all 4 many a times other than Haji Ali and Chaupati. Next visit, I will try to cover these places too.

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  21. mominprocessnow 10 Sep 2019 — 8:12 pm

    I have been to Mumbai once and i felt a different sort of liveliness there… Haven’t visited all the places you mentioned but sure going to hit them once I visit Mumbai again

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  22. I’ve seen it so many times but i didn’t know it was called Queens necklace 🙂

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  23. Mumbai is where my heart is and that city has something magical about it. I still yearn to visit Haji Ali someday.

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  24. I am from Mumbai and in absolute love with the city, the places you mentioned are a definite must for everyone visiting the city. These places in a way define what Mumbai is. A walk in south bombay is also a great idea, tons of beautiful buildings and photo ops

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  25. Vartika Mehrotra Gakhar 11 Sep 2019 — 1:33 pm

    I went to Mumbai only for 2 days back in 2009 but have covered all these places that you have mentioned and my favorites are Haji Ali for its positive vibes and Bandra for its super cool atmosphere.

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  26. The Queen’s Necklace is beautiful when it’s lit up at night! And the Victoria Terminus is an architectural beauty! Great pictures!

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  27. I haven’t been to Mumbai and now I know what not to miss when I visit.

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  28. I want to visit Chowpatty and the Bandra bus stand too.An interesting Mumbai view here.

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  29. Samidha Mathur 12 Sep 2019 — 10:24 am

    Omg, Mumbai meri jaan I love you. I love this city a lot, although I have been to several cities in the past. But the aroma which Mumbai has, nobody else have.

    Loved your post.

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  30. I consider myself lucky to have visited each one of this place and have preserved the memories forever. Lovely list of places one must visit when come to Mumbai. #gleefulposts #MyFriendAlexa

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  31. I haven’t visited Haji Ali Dargah and band stand despite being in Mumbai several times. Will visit these places on my next visit for sure.

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  32. my last visit to Mumbai was almost 25 years back, but I am glad that I have been to all these places many times

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  33. I have fairly good memories of Mumbai with me, and yes I had visited all these places..

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