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Mumbai is the most populous city in India and it is also one of the most populous cities in the world. Mumbai is also the richest city in India.

The Gateway of India is an important monument in the city of Mumbai. It was built to welcome King Gorge V and Queen Mary, during the British rule in India. It is a huge structure which has latticework carved into yellow basalt stone. When the British rule in India ended, this was the place from which the last British ships left the harbour. You can also go for a short motorboat trip into the Arabian Sea from the Gateway.


Marine Drive was called the Queen’s Necklace, as the street lights on this road, seemed to form a necklace of precious jewels. This place has the concrete jungle of Nariman Point on one side and the Arabian Sea on the other.



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Nearest Major City(s):

Pimpri (110 km), Pune (120 km), Ahmednagar (201 km)

How to reach:

Mumbai By Air

The nearest major airport to Mumbai is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. This airport is about 13 km from the centre of Mumbai.

Mumbai By Train

Nearest Railway Station Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus.

Mumbai By Bus

Mumbai has an excellent road transportation system.

Major Tourist Attraction:

Essel World, Kanheri Caves, Borivali National Park (Sanjay Gandhi National Park), Mahakali Caves, Five Gardens, Haji Ali Shrine, Mumbai Zoo (Veermata Jijabai Udyan), Mahalaxmi Temple, Elephanta Caves, Hanging Gardens, Kamala Nehru Park , Chowpatty Beach, Walkeshwar Temple, Marine Drive, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Fashion Street, St Thomas' Cathedral, Jehangir Art Gallery, Prince of Wales Museum, National Gallery of Modern Art, Gateway of India, Colaba Causeway, Mumbai Port Trust Garden, Mount Mary Church.

Speciality(Famous for):

Gateway of India, Marine Drive, Bollywood, Essel World.

Food Speciality:

Vada Pav

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