Attractions in Mumbai

  • 11 Famous Temples In Mumbai

    There is a plethora of temples in Mumbai, drawing from the cultures of various parts of India. Temples are a space where one can reach inner peace, whether it is through God or not. For an experience you won’t forget, have a look at this list of 11 famous temples in Mumbai. 1. Iskcon, Girgaum...

  • Little Flower Church

    The Little Flower Church in Navi Mumbai is abeautiful house of prayer and also the first Church sanctioned by Diocese of Kalyan. With regular prayer services and masses overseen by Fr. Biju Kollamkunnel, the Parish Priest, it is one of the most favorite churches of the residents. Here’s all you need to know about its...

  • Smaaash

    While travelling on the Mumbai Local is entertaining, if youre seeking a place to have some real fun, then try out Smaaash at Lower Parel. Launched in 2012 by cricketing God Sachin Tendulkar, Mumbais Smaaash has grown bigger and better with each passing year and become a site for wholesome entertainment and unforgettable memories. So...

  • Nehru Planetarium

    Nehru Planetarium, a centre for logical study on science and astronomy located in Worli, is named after Indias first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. It was inaugurated by Indira Gandhi on 3rd March, 1977 and it forms a part of the Nehru Science Centre. Various shows and events that happen in the planetarium promote Pt. Nehru...

  • Gandhi Market

    The Gandhi Market near Kings Circle in Sion Mumbai is one of the best places to shop for Indian wear. For tourists coming here, there are also other places to visit nearby and many restaurants in the vicinity. Heres how to reach, address and market timings. Address & How To Reach Address: Dr. Baba Saheb...

  • Rajabai Clock Tower

    The Rajabai Clock Tower is an impressive structure that stands 85 m tall in the heart of Mumbais commercial hub. For those planning to visit the tower, here is more on how to reach, history, and nearby places to visit. History This clock tower is one of the most awe-inspiring structures in Mumbai. It is...

  • Flora Fountain

    The Flora Fountain at the Hutatma Chowk in South Mumbai is an ornately sculpted heritage structure. Books and photos about this monument highlight its rich history and give its structure information. Read further to know how to reach the monument, nearby places to visit, and more. History Originally built for the Victoria Gardens, the Flora...

  • Taraporewala Aquarium

    Taraporewala Aquarium, a major attraction of Mumbai located at Marine Drive is also one of the oldest aquariums in the city. It is named after a famous Parsi philanthropist D. B. Taraporewala and was built in 1951. The aquarium is open to tourists the entire week except on Mondays and is easily accessible from Charni...

  • Colaba Causeway

    If you live in Mumbai and havent heard about Colaba Causeway, you probably need to brush up your general knowledge. For, Colaba Causeway is Gods gift to mankind (read: budget shoppers) and one of those places where getting lost isnt a bad idea. Located in the southernmost part of the island city, it has always...