8 Ways to Spend Your Evenings in The City That Never Sleeps

The Streets of Mumbai at NightMumbai-the city that never sleeps! The reason why this city is addressed in this manner is its vibrant and active night life. Its streets are never empty, its night clubs and pubs are always thriving with people of almost all ages above 18 on all days of the week.
The nightlife of Mumbai is among the specials of this city. It fascinates a lot of people yet it is barely discussed. A lot of tourists are unaware of some of the coolest places to be visited at night in a city like Mumbai. This is one of the major reasons why first time visitors are unable to experience and enjoy the nightlife of Aamchi Mumbai. But, don’t you worry, we are here to help you with locating and knowing about the most hip and happening places of Mumbai.  Below is a list of the Top 8 places to visit at night or in evening in Mumbai, so pull up your socks and get ready to rock the city all night.


8 Places to Visit in Mumbai at Night

This list does not necessarily include pubs and night clubs. There are certain places in the city, the real beauty of which is visible only at night. So get ready to make your dreams come true with the nights of Mumbai:

The Gateway of India- Anyone in love with Mumbai cannot help but begin the journey of the knowing the city with this ageless monument. Located near the Colaba beach, on the waterfront, in South Mumbai, The Gateway of India is one of the most spectacular views at night. The subtle lighting around the monument creates a gorgeous silhouette of it and offers a grandiose which is unmatched by anything else in the city. It is an ideal place for a long and pleasant walk at night after a nice dinner at the Taj hotel situated just opposite the monument.

Marine Drive- Extended over a 4.3 kilometre road at Nariman Point, the Marine Drive is a beautiful boulevard, the beauty of which is accentuated at night. Its street lights after dark creates a unique effect across the entire driveway that appears like a Queens’s Pearl Necklace. Almost all the residents in the nearby complexes come out to take in fresh air or a walk along the sidewalk lining the Arabian Sea. Late Night Partying in Pubs of Mumbai

Tryst- Tryst is one of the most expensive yet happening clubs of Mumbai. It does not have a dance floor but it attracts the elite crowd of Mumbai for its futuristic design and amazing LED light effects. The ambiance of the club is further beautified by the elevated VIP tables fitted with gadgets with personalized names of the VIP guests. These tables are appointed with personal butlers and even bouncers. Spending some time in this club at such tables, if you are in the mood to spend, is the ideal way to make your night worthwhile. The club is situated at Phoenix Mills, in Senapati Bapat Marg.

Aurus- Aurus, located in Juhu Tara Road, is a highly popular club cum disc space which is known for its frequent Bollywood Visitors. It has a completely romantic ambiance with great music and canopied beds for couples and friends to wine and dine together. Since the bar is situated by the Juhu beach, its separate open air space offers a gorgeous view for the visitors. The place is open from 8.30 pm to 1.30 am for you to make your night enjoyable.

Bandra Worli Sea Link-Recently opened in 2009; this bridge connecting the suburbs of Mumbai with South Mumbai is a spectacular view at night. The street lights lined along the bridge forms an unforgettable view and is among the longest bridges in India. Driving through it makes you feel like you are in a foreign country for a Holiday. Know more

Privé- This lounge cum bar, located in Colaba, close to the beach, is an exclusive place for people who begin their night at 3.00 am. It is among those very few drinking and partying holes which are open till wee-hours of the night. As soon as you enter the pub you are surrounded by soothing dim lights and the smell of perfumes in the air. The bar offers an extensive variety of colorful cocktails with the beauty and unmatched comfort of Don Perignon lounges.

National Centre for Performing Arts- Many tourists and visitors to the city often look for a way to spend their evening admiring or enjoying art. The National Center for Performing Arts is a massive complex consisting of 5 theaters. The theaters put up some of the greatest plays enacted by renowned theater actors of the city, along with musicals and dance shows. Quite a few of these shows are performed for free for the audiences. It is among the oldest buildings of the city, situated near the Marine Drive at Nariman Point.

Aer- Housed on top of one of the most luxurious Hotels of Mumbai-The Four Seasons at Worli, this rooftop bar on top of the 34 storey hotel, should not be missed by any visitor or resident of the city. It offers a beautiful view of the Arabian Sea along with a variety of cocktails and expensive champagnes. This spectacular ambiance is further enhanced by the Indian lounge music, rarely heard anywhere else in the city. Its happy hours begin at 5.30 pm and end by 8.30 pm, but people keep pouring in even after that to enjoy the calm and sophisticated environment.

You can choose any of these excellent places to visit that suits your taste. Mumbai never disappoints anyone who intends to have a good time in the city, irrespective of the fact that whether it is a resident or a visitor. You can either celebrate your evenings in any of these places or simply take a long walk along the beautiful beaches bordering the city.


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    Neha from Delhi 1098 Days ago

    Wow! I never thought exploring the city could be so easy..Great work guys!

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    Travel Lover from Bangalore 1098 Days ago

    I think that Juhu beach is the best place to spend evening, specially for couples. They stay there hours and gossip, one don't notice how they spend hours.

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    Ankush from Pune 1159 Days ago

    i like the bandra area, i enjoyed a lot with ma friends on bandra beach whenever go to mumbai city.

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