Mumbai, the name itself makes someone crazy although it is most busy and populated city in India. If you love Mumbai you will love visiting Mumbai as many times you go. It may be a business tour, family vacation, or maybe with a group of friends, spend your time in exotic Mumbai. Never miss out the chance to hang out in Mumbai with your loved ones.
Create your unforgettable memories visiting top Tourists Attraction in Mumbai. No matter for how many days you stay in Mumbai, but surely those days will be the best days.
The fine art of Wax museum you can experience in Mumbai itself. Why go abroad or any other Red Carpet Wax Museum came up with the same taste like Madame Tussauds London. Take a glimpse of famous wax statues of Bollywood and Hollywood stars, legends, historical leaders, political leaders and many more celebrities. You are allowed to bring your own camera and take snaps with your favorite star. We're equally excited about a museum and the encouraging response from the visitors. Red Carpet Wax Museum is becoming Mumbai Points of Interest. You can find Red Carpet Wax Museum in the R City Mall at Ghatkopar West.
Bandra Worli Sea Link officially named as "Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link" is India's first 8 lane cable-stayed bridge and was opened in 2009. The motto to build this huge bridge was to reduce the time of traveling connecting the Western Suburbs and South Mumbai. The road connects Bandra and Worli. It's one of the best tourist attraction in Mumbai and one can experience its beauty at night. You can experience the sea link at night when all the cables are lit up. You can enjoy with your loved ones having a long drive and take a huge glance of the sea. Best time to visit: Anytime and any day is best.
Note: No vehicles other than Four Wheelers, Cars, and Buses are allowed to visit.
Visiting Mahalakshmi Temple which is one of the oldest temples in Mumbai will make your day. The most visited temple is formed with three deities namely Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess Kali, and Goddess Saraswati. Goddess Lakshmi is known as ‘Goddess of Wealth'. On the daily basis, hundreds of followers step down to pray. The Arabian Sea fits with a perfect background to this holiest Mahalakshmi Temple. It is located at Bhulabhai Desai Marg, Mumbai. Best time to visit: During Navaratri festival, all the devotees visit taking the glimpse of the holy place. Meanwhile, it is opened from 6:00 Am to 10:00 Pm with 4 Aarti in a day.
‘The Prince of Wales', today is mostly known as ‘Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya' is Mumbai's best destination to visit. The Prince of Wales is biggest museum established in an early 20th century was designed in the Indo-Saracenic style. The museum integrates with three sections as a natural historic section, Archaeology section, and Art section. History lover must visit the CSMVS if he is on Mumbai tour. Art lover can explore various Mughal era paintings.
It is situated in 159-161, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Fort Mumbai GPO.
Visit Timings: On Monday closed, and from Tuesday to Sunday 10.00 am to 6.00 pm it is opened. It remains closed on public/Bank holidays.
Entry Charges vary according to visitors but fare charges are taken. You will be charged for taking photographs and videos.
Powai Lake is based in the northern suburbs of Mumbai in the Powai valley. It is found in the Non-Development, green zone area. Powai Lake is artificial lake built by British in 1799 and the water from the lake was once used for drinking purpose. But nowadays, it is considered as a sight-seeing destination. It is a rich source of flora and fauna that attracts tourists and visitors. It is the best spot where one can sit and relax experiencing the natural beauty surrounding hills. Don't miss the chance to visit Powai Lake which is the best tourist attraction in Mumbai. You can visit with your group of friends, family or loved ones.