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  • 1

    Gateway of India

    Off P J Ramchandani Marg, Mumbai, MH 400001, India
    4
    44 reviews

    This is one of Mumbai's most famous attractions. Built to welcome the queen on her first visit to India I believe.

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  • 2

    Marine Drive

    Marine Drive, Mumbai, MH 400 020 India
    4.5
    34 reviews

    It can be very enjoyable to walk the water front. I particularly enjoy it in the summer monsoon months. Of course you and everyone else get drenched yet it is not a problem. Love the weather, don't run from it.

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  • 3

    Juhu Beach

    Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai, MH 400 049 India
    4
    25 reviews

    Juhu beach is one of the dirtiest beach i have ever seen All dirty waters flows in and too dirty and crowded Also the famous snacks and chats are just over famous but i think they are below average The only good port of this beach is the view from your hotel or house

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  • 4

    Elephanta Caves

    Mumbai, MH, India
    4
    22 reviews

    If you're staying anywhere near Colaba Causeway, Mumbai's main tourist strip, make it a point to take a boat trip out to the Elephanta Caves, a group of basalt caves on a small island, about 6 miles offshore in the Arabian Sea. The caves are notable for their rock-cut shrines that are believed to have been carved somewhere between the ...

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  • 5

    Colaba

    Mumbai, India
    4.5
    17 reviews

    It's ground-zero for Mumbai's tourist culture, a single broad lane with all the chaos, touts, restaurants, cows, chai-stalls, beggars, and chintzy goods that India's largest city has to offer. A walk down the waterfront promenade is engrossing, though the extreme poverty of the city is on full display here. For the sake of your sanity, if you stay in Colaba, ...

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  • 6

    Lonavala

    Lonavala Station, Lonavala, MH, India
    4.5
    14 reviews

    This is a day trip out of Mumbai on the way to Pune. Lovely in the summer monsoon season. Can also take a train through the area if you are brave.

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  • 7

    Esselworld

    Manori Gorai Road, Mumbai, MH 400 091 India
    4.5
    15 reviews

    This was one of the first large scale amusement parks in Mumbai. Very well maintained park with plenty of water rides which are quite popular. The negative part is that it is quite away from Mumbai Town.

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  • 8

    Haji Ali Dargah

    Dargah Road, Mumbai, India
    4.5
    13 reviews

    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 ...

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  • 9

    Chowpatty Beach

    Mumbai, MH, India
    3.5
    17 reviews

    It's gritty, yes, and certainly not a place for swimming, but Mumbai's Chowpatty Beach, fronting Marine Drive, is the best spot in the city for an evening stroll. Watch the sunset, then take in the hawkers, trannies, and handholding while you snack on pani puri or pav bhaji from the street stalls.

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  • 10

    Chor Bazaar

    Kamathipura, Mumbai, India
    4.5
    10 reviews

    Not everybody digs this glorified and somewhat pushy flea-market in the alleys north of Victoria Terminus, but you have to admit that it has character. Literally, 'Thieves' Market', Chor Bazaar is the place to go for furniture and antiques of questionable provenance, though it's equally engrossing for anyone with a camera and an eye to street photography.

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  • 11

    Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya

    159-161 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Mumbai, MH 400 023 India
    4
    11 reviews

    Though architecture students may have qualms with its flamboyant Indo-Saracenic style, the Prince of Wales Museum houses what is arguably the city of Mumbai's finest classical Indian Art. From lavish Hindu sculpture to exquisite Mughali miniature-work, the museum is worth at least a couple hours' time, and the audio tour is surprisingly good.

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  • 12

    The Blue Frog

    Mathuradas Mills Compound,Compound, Opposite Kamala Mills Compound, Entrance from Tulsi Pipe Road, Lower Parel, Mumbai
    4
    9 reviews

    great live music place. they have live music every night, some nights better than others. sometimes locals and sometimes imported. design of the place is super cool, food is pretty good too if you want to eat dinner there. later seating for dinner (10:30pm) gets really loud as music cranks up.

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  • 13

    Matheran

    Adamjee Peerbhoy Road, Matheran, MH 410 102 India
    4.5
    7 reviews

    When I visited Matheran, it was pouring with rain and it didn't stop. For that reason, it's hard for me to give it 5*, as I simply couldn't see it a lot of the time. That said, on the rare occasion that the clouds did lift a little, it was clearly beautiful. The landscape is insanely green, with waterfalls tumbling ...

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  • 14

    Fashion Street Market

    Mahatma Gandhi Rd., Mumbai, India
    3.5
    7 reviews

    An interesting place to sample to human density of Bombay, this market running north along MG Marg in the city's Fort area is full of more modern fashions -- good, bad, and outright inexplicable -- than almost anywhere on the planet. Tons of students and 20-somethings flock to the area in drove for discount couture of all sorts, and it's ...

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  • 15

    Film City

    Film City Road, Mumbai, MH 400 063 India
    4
    6 reviews

    Place for an artist...

  • 16

    Malabar Hill

    L D Ruparel Road, Mumbai, MH 400 006 India
    4
    5 reviews

    This place is home to the Worlds richest Family the "Ambanis". Its where the RICH live. When I say rich it means listed Rich people. One of the swankiest and oldest Mumbai area.

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  • 17

    R City Mall

    Lal Bahadur Shastri Road, Amrut Nagar, Ghatkopar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
    5
    3 reviews

    best mall closest to Powai..ull find the maximum no. of Indian n International brands at R city

  • 18

    Worli Sea Face

    Worli Sea Face, Worli, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
    4
    4 reviews
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  • 19

    gokul bar

    10 Tullock Road, Mahakavi Bhushan Road, Apollo Bandar, Mumbai, MH, India
    4.5
    3 reviews

    very famous local joint.. sit back, relax, drink while u save some money.. u can order a quarter of rum/whiskey/vodka.. whatever ur poison for the day/night maybe or beer.. food is not exquisite but with ur drink u could snack on Coastal, North Indian & Chinese finger foods.. they have a a/c section inside, toilets are dirty..

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  • 20

    Toto's Garage Pub & Restaurant

    7/8, Lourdes Haven Apts, Pali Naka, Bandra West, Mumbai, MH, India
    4.5
    3 reviews

    love the place the food and music r really my kind so I like ...chicken balls in mushroom sauce is to die for

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