Mumbai in One DayMumbai is Maharashtra’s capital city and it was formerly called as Bombay. This metropolitan city has the greatest population in India among the other metropolitan cities. It also has the world’s eighth largest population and is among the most populated urban areas in the whole world.
Morning in MumbaiIf you are a great foodie, you can begin the day with delicious and appetizing breakfast or if you are of a religious attitude, you would like to visit a church or temple first. Here are good ideas for both:
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St. Michael's Church is among the oldest Roman Catholic churches present in Mumbai and is informally called Mahim Church. This church is popular because of its Novenas held on Wednesdays and is visited by a huge crowd. The church’s original construction was in 1534 and it is one among the most ancient Portuguese buildings that still exist in Mumbai. This church was rebuilt numerous times and the present building dates back to 1973.
The Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir, situated in Prabhadevi, Mumbai is dedicated to Shri Ganesh. This temple was initially built in 1801, on November 19, by Deubai Patil and Laxman Vithu. The temple contains a small hall (mandap) with a shrine of Siddhi Vinayak and the inner roof is gold-plated with a statue of Ganesha at the centre.
We will now move on to the topmost tourist attraction of Mumbai, the Gateway of India. The Gateway of India, a very important monument built at the time of the British Raj, is a very popular tourist spot in Mumbai. In ancient days, the Gateway of India was the first sight for visitors reaching Mumbai by boat and it is also called the Taj Mahal of Mumbai.
Noon in MumbaiIt is afternoon time and are you wondering about which place to visit next? Read on to know more....
The famous Hotel Orchid in Nehru Road adjacent to the domestic airport, serves delicious lunch as well as coffee, and their Sunday brunch is the most popular. There are also a wide range of delectable desserts to choose from, to complement your lunch.
If you love art, you must not miss visiting the Tao Art Gallery in Dr. Annie Besant Road, Worli. Tao Art Gallery displays works of established and also emerging artists and has conducts unique conceptualized shows which highlight diverse forms of art like sculpture, photography, painting, installation as well as performance arts.
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Now, it is time for some cool refreshment with snow games. Let us move on towards the popular Snow World in Kamani Junction, Kurla West. It is set like a deep giant freezer, with an area of approximately 30x40 metres and contains snowboards, sledges, a small ice skating ring and a slide.
Evening Hours in MumbaiIn this pleasant evening time, let us now relaxingly visit some more beautiful places:
First, we will visit the eminent Nariman Point. The ancient business region of Mumbai city still has life in it and Nariman Point is one of those lively places. The early morning time and evening time are the best and is very pleasant to watch the sunset from here. The cool breeze from the sea is very refreshing and watching the sun dissolving into the sea is a nice experience.
Another must visit in Mumbai is the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, an engineering marvel. The Bandra-Worli Sea Link is a modern engineering wonder of India and a marvelous work done in order to enhance the infrastructure look of Mumbai. It reduces the travel time to Mumbai airport by about 30 minutes when compared to the 90 minute distance earlier.