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Places to Visit on Your First Trip to Mumbai

Places to Visit on Your First Trip to Mumbai

Make the most of your premier trip to the magnificent capital city of Mumbai, the most populous city and the undisputed financial, commercial and entertainment capital of India. The hub of amazing architectural designed buildings pulsating with a global buzz, Mumbai is the melting pot of numerous ethnic communities, cosmopolitan influences and lifestyles. Its iconic Gateway of India stone arch built by British in 1924 in striking Indo Saracenic style, beckons the inveterate traveller with bewitching guile, to explore the main attractions of Mumbai.

However, before you embark on your exciting voyage of discovery, exploring the main attractions of Mumbai, settle for marvellous Meluha Fern Hotel, a fabulous 5-star environmentally responsible hotel, named after the ancient Indus Valley Civilization. Thus lodged in the posh Hiranandani Gardens, with close proximity to the domestic and international airports and easy access to Mumbai’s main transit options, indulge in enjoyable sightseeing to significant local attractions of Mumbai such as the famous Gateway of India, Isckon Temple, legendary Elephanta Caves, posh Marine Drive, glittering Film City, and Hakone. Of all the viable places to stay in Mumbai, this is best suited to both leisure and business guests and possesses many strategic advantages for guests.

Stand in awesome wonder before the magnificent Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus – a historic railway station and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Designed by Frederick William Stevens with the concept of Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival architecture, the station was built in 1887 in the Bori Bunder area of

Mumbai to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria. One of the busiest railway stations, transporting thousands of eager tourists to explore the multifaceted charms of glittering Mumbai daily, its elaborate architectural features include a variety of European influences such as German gables, Dutch roofs, Swiss timbering, Romance arches, Tudor casements, and traditional Indian feature, all leaving you spellbound.

Or explore some of the important places to visit in Mumbai such as the nearby Elephant Island holding the UNESCO Heritage ancient cave temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, preserved in the form of monolithic temples, sanctum, mandapa (courtyard), rock-cut architecture, and sculptures. Visit a world of wonder at fantastic Film City in Goregaon, the Indian Film Industry being of the largest in the world. Take in glitzy Bollywood movies, theatre, traditional festivals, food, music and a pulsating nightlife, rendering the main attractions of Mumbai , with a magical charm.

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