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User Reviews (13 Reviews)
- Haji Ali DargahMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsOct 21, 2013
This beautiful whitewashed mosque is one of Mumbai's most instantly recognizable landmarks, and is an awesome spot for photography, especially at night. Set out at sea on a long, narrow causeway, that gets swallowed up each day by the rising ocean, the shrine is only accessible at low tide. The walk out across the water is one of Mumbai's most memorable experiences, though the shrine is currently undergoing extensive renovations.
- Haji Ali DargahFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Haji Ali has become more commercialized now with hawkers at every corner, not to mention the beggars, which was a serious mood-dampener. What might have been a pleasant walk on the road to Haji Ali with the sea lapping on either side of you, was completely ruined by beggars who kept wailing for alms.
The place was quite dirty and not well-maintained.
In spite of all this though, Haji Ali still holds a charm and some sort of magic which can't quite be explained. You should go, in spite of everything.