Mumbai Darshan is the Best way to view the Beautiful Places in Mumbai
Mumbai or Bombay as called in earlier times is a lively city which never sleeps and the city is a dreamland destination with Bollywood ruling the exhilarating place. It is an amazing city with dreamers, starlets, fishers, fashion enthusiasts, financial consultants and several corporates. The city is the Capital of Maharashtra, which is an island city located on the Konkan coastline and is a combination of seven islands joined together. It is one of the major ports of India and is the business capital of the country. The city has multiple cultures combining in one place and is known in the film industry, which is a dream for several aspirants wanting to make it big in Bollywood. There are several migrants landing in the city everyday and they are welcomed with open arms and due to this the place has become a mixture of diverse cultures with various types of religions, festivities, food, music and theatres. Mumbai never ever sleeps as the whole night is lively with awesome nightlife.
It is a city which celebrates several festivals with utmost grandeur like Ganesh Chaturthi, Janamashtami, Navratri and Eid. Several exhibitions in the fields of Art, music, dance and theatre take place in the city, which make the place happening and dynamic. If you want to explore Mumbai then Mumbai Darshan tours guide you through all the exquisite places of interest in the city. The list of attractions is very big which cannot be fulfilled in 4 or 5 days as the place is vivid and magnetic with wonderful charm. There is so much to see and so much to do that you will not be able to reach the end. Besides numerous places of interest in the city, there are quaint hill stations around Mumbai and amusement parks which fascinate every traveler. Some places of tourist attraction which can be approached through tours by Mumbai Darshan are:
• Gateway of India: it is one of the major landmarks of Mumbai which was constructed in 1924 by British people. It denotes main ports of India and was constructed to celebrate the arrival of Queen Mary and King George V in the city. It is situated on the waterfront of Apollo Bandar, which is visited by several tourists throughout the world to take a look at the astounding monument. It is very popular spot with several vendors, photographers and food kiosks for numerous tourists visiting every day. The structure is 26 m tall and is designed in the Indo saracenic form. There are steps behind the gateway leading into the Arabian Sea and you can witness the vast blue sea ahead of the gate, from where several ships arrive and depart. Splurge on the local street food delights or click picture during sunset.
• Haji Ali: it is a dominant religious place in the city which has the tomb of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari who was a Muslim saint. The place was constructed about 400 years ago and has a very intricate architecture inspired by Indo Islamic designs. The place is very popular for worshipping and the stalls located outside are a must visit with awesome delicacies and cuisines to satisfy your taste buds. Dargah has around 10-15 thousand visitors everyday and is a renowned site of pilgrimage for the Muslim community.
• Juhu Beach: it is one of the prominent beaches which, is also one of the largest in India. There are several celebrity homes situated on the beach and tourists love to visit the place. It has several delicacies served by stalls lined up serving lovely street food. The beach is a must visit with several rides and fun, frolic activities happening especially during weekends. You can experience the serene shoreline with awesome climate and experience waves gushing from the sea towards you. During the evening the place is spectacular with a marvelous sunset scene which is fantastic and mesmerizing. You can enjoy Mumbai specials like Pani Puri, Pao bhaji or Bhel Puri, which are staple street foods of the region. There are numerous restaurants, bars and discotheques around the Juhu beach where you can enjoy after sunset.
• Marine Drive: it is the most beautiful roads in Mumbai, which looks like a Queen’s necklace at night. The place when lit up at night is spectacular and comes alive at night with tourists walking on the promenade which overlooks the sea. You can sit and relax there and admire the view of shimmering sapphire waters of the Arabian Sea. Enjoy chai or chat from the stalls around the place or take a walk on the walkway and witness the setting sun.
There are several other places to visit like Chowpaty beach, Film city, Elephanta caves, Siddhivinayak temple, Essel world or Remains of St. George’s fort. You can enjoy all the places through Mumbai Darshan guided tours and feel the majestic grandeur the city has to offer.