Catch a Bollywood flick. In the home of Indian cinema and indeed the most prolific movie industry on the planet, to not see a film here is close to taboo. Most last nearly 4 hours long so you'll get good value for money and guaranteed singing, dancing and plenty of crying for your rupees.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Railway Terminus in Mumbai
More a railway station than a tourist attraction, formerly known as the Victoria terminus, this is perhaps one of the most splendid stations in the whole of Asia. The huge colonial structure is a UNESCO World Heritage site in the Venetian Gothic style dating back to 1888. It's also a major departure and arrival point for train services to and from numerous Mumbai suburbs and destinations farther afield.
Cricket at the Statdiums in Mumbai
Play cricket at the Maidans. Teeming with youngsters and fully grown cricketers alike, the Maidans is a great place for a stroll and an impromptu game of cricket, a national obsession that is as fierce in Mumbai as anywhere else in India.
Elephanta Caves in Mumbai
These carved shrines dedicated to Shiva are centuries-old and one of Mumbai’s premier tourist sites and the host of the Elephanta Festival every February. The Portuguese vandalised this important site when they arrived nearly 500 years ago but the caves remain as splendid today as ever. Catch a ferry from the Gateway of India ferry terminal to get here.
Gateway of India in Mumbai
Built in dedication to former British monarch King George V when he visited India at the beginning of the last century, the Gateway to India, like many other colonial relics, has been adopted by the independent India as its own and a powerful, sturdy icon of the city. Located right on the harbour front in southern Mumbai, many visitors end up here without planning to, so you will no doubt see it during a trip here.
Marine Drive in Mumbai
Head to the Chowpatty end area of Mumbai's most famous coastal strip and join the hundreds of thousands of locals that have had the same idea. This is the foremost promenade in the whole of Mumbai and therefore attracts huge crowds. It's a place of discreet romance, family gatherings and long sunsets that simply has to be visited to get the full Mumbai experience. People-watchers will be in heaven.
Mumbadevi Temple in Mumbai
Responsible for the new name when Bombay was officially dropped, Mumbadevi Temple is thought to be 2,000 years old, originally built by local fisherman. Located at Buleshwar, this is one of the city's best-known temples. If you only go to one religious site other than the Elephanta Caves while in Mumbai, make it this one.
Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai
Fast closing on its 600-year birthday, this iconic mosque just off the coast of Worli has remained a significant Mumbai landmark for centuries. Thousands of people show up on Thursdays and Fridays for prayers but anyone of any faith is allowed into the complex.
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