Mumbai is one the few Indian cities that have a lot to offer to the tourists. Some famous places to visit in the city are described below:
Marine drive – This is one of the most famous landmarks of Mumbai. Running around the Arabian Sea, this is the place where most of south Mumbai comes to catch a breath of fresh air. When illuminated at night, it is also called the Queen’s necklace. A stroll around the marine drive will do wonders to your spirits.
Chowpatti – This is Mumbai’s most famous beach and is always full of visitors. It is also famous for the various food stalls present alongside. So while sunbathing, you can enjoy bhel puri. This place is also famous for the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations. It is a must visit when in Mumbai.
Gateway of India – The gateway of India is one Mumbai’s most popular landmarks. It was built to commemorate the visit of King George and Queen Mary to India in 1911. Most of the five star accommodations in Mumbai are located around this impressive landmark.
Essel World – Essel world is Mumbai’s international-style amusement centre situated close to Gorai Beach. It is probably India’s answer to Disneyland. You are taken care of by special ferries. These include the standard roller coaster and adventure themes, plus a water world section where kids can literally run amok. The summer season usually sees this place crowded.
Chor Bazaar – The name of this market literally means thief’s market. Located near the Bhendi bazaar, this place offers you the best deals in almost all items, be it shoes, clothes, souvenirs and many more. And, all this at outrageously cheap prices.
Juhu Beach – Juhu beach is situated in the northern edge of Mumbai. It is a famous place to hangout in Mumbai. This is actually a crowded place as lots of people come here to enjoy the beautiful scenes of Sunset. You can play here with the tides of sea. As there are two airports near Juhu beach so there are many five star hotels in this area.