Mumbai Points Of Interest

Sightseeing in Mumbai

‘A city that never sleeps', the title goes to one an only one wonderful City Mumbai. There is nothing came into existence that will stop Mumbai. You will see all types of people with a variety of cultures, tradition, and languages still stand beside one another every day. If you are planning to visit Mumbai then you must go through the Nuts of Mumbai. Here are some places which are Mumbai Points of Interest that anyone can visit and spend their vacation. Make a wise choice chilling out in Mumbai on holidays with groups of friends, family or colleagues.

Take selfies with stars at Red Carpet Wax Museum in Mumbai

Walk down through the grand Red Carpet Wax Museum entrance which welcomes you like a celebrity. Moving ahead one by one you will see large wax statues sculpted so well that you won't believe that its wax figures. Every stature is perfectly themed with its real-life background. Get more surprises by visiting the museum. Come along with your family members or you can plan a trip with your friends and have some amazing time. Red Carpet Wax Museum will definitely add different memories in the set of your live album.Get offers on online booking of tickets.

Mumbai Points Of Interest

Mumbai Zoo (Veermata Jijabai Udyan)

If you want to enjoy your picnic in Mumbai with your kids taking some fresh air and exploring the greenery then Mumbai Zoo or Veermata Jijabai Bhonsale Udyan is the best choice for you. Previously, the Mumbai zoo was known as Victoria garden and now commonly called as Rani Bagh. It is located in Byculla East and is one of the oldest zoological parks in Mumbai. Kids can explore rare species like lions, crocodiles, deer, hippopotamus, flamingos, zebras, and many more reptiles and birds. Go and have a wonderful trip with the kids.

Timings: All days it is open from 9.00 AM to 5.30 PM

Remains closed on Wednesday.

Kanheri Caves

Take a break from your daily chores and visit Kanheri Caves, spacious with fresh air and pollution free area. The fact that its historical importance and have the largest number of entrances from single rock hill.  Buddhist settled in 3rd century and caves became an institution for religious teachings, education, and work-ship. One must visit for having some peaceful time.

All days open except Monday.You can visit in between 7:30 AM and 5:30 PM. It is located inside Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali East. You can take a bus, or cycle ride to reach the caves as it is 5 km away from the gate of National Park. 

Crawford Market

Head down to famous wholesale market of Mumbai called Crawford Market. It is located in Lokmanya Tilak Marg, Dhobi Talao, Fort area, south Mumbai. If you decide to visit Mumbai then be ready to get lost in the crowd. It especially for local shops of fruits, vegetables, and spices. You can also shop for various pets, birds, fish, and flowers. Visit anytime all-day from morning till night. On Sundays, you can find a market in the morning time. Explore the old market of Bombay.

Marine Drive

Marine Drive is the most attractive and posh area of Mumbai which is officially known as ‘Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Marg’. Yet not visited and taken a drive along the road from Nariman Point to Babulnath, at the foot of Malabar Hill, then do visit along with your family, friends or loved ones. Never miss the beautiful view of Marine lines if you are on Mumbai tour. Chit, Chat and take pictures sitting on the tetrapods on the seashore. Located in the South Mumbai. See the glamorous view of 5-star hotels and restaurants along the roadside.