The most important places to visit Mumbai are as follows;
It’s open on all the days except Monday from 9 AM to 5PM. Last ferry for Elephanta caves leaves at 2pm from Gateway of India.
It’s open all the day except Monday, have to pay entrance fee for this museum visit.
Gateway of India - It is located in Apollo Bunder overlooking Arabian sea. Through this exit point last British ship left India for England. Before Independence it was the only entry and exit access through waterways. Apart from this the night view of Gateway of India is very beautiful.
Elephanta Caves – It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s a collection of 5 Hindu caves and 02 Buddhist caves. Most of them are dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Siddhi Vinayak Temple - It is located in Prabhadevi, Lord Ganesha is worshiped there. Richest and crowded temple in Mumbai.
Haji Ali Dargah – The Shrine of Haji Ali is located in South Mumbai with a very good view of sea. People of all religion visit this Dargah to seek blessings.
Juhu & Chowpati Beach – There are so many beaches in Mumbai, among them most popular are Juhu and Chowpati beach. These are famous for their delicacies.
Marine Drive – Marine drive or QUEENS NECKLACE is very famous 3.6kms long sea front area arch –shaped attract people to view sunset and sea, enjoy street food.
Prince Wales Museum – It’s located near to Gateway of India. In this museum you can see the relics of Indus Valley civilization and also the antiquity of ancient India from the time of Gupta’s, Maurya’s, Chalukya’s etc.
Hanging Garden - It is located opposite of Kamala Nehru park and in atop of Malabar hills , it’s famous for its animal shaped fences. It’s a good picnic spot, can do several activities like meditation, view Sunset, Yoga, Photography.
It’s open from 5 AM to 9 PM.
Dhobi Ghat – It’s an important and 140 years old must watch spot, it’s open air laundry where laundromats washed the clothes by hand in their tanks. It is a place worth visiting.