How to Spend 24 Hours in Mumbai?
The dream city of Mumbai attracts large number of tourists per year and one of the most visited destination in India. Mumbai has many sites of tourist interest, Some of them are Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Bandra Worli Sea Link and the Gateway of India.
Mumbai city has amazing things to offers including nightlife, 24 hours are less time to explore Mumbai but we came up with most popular places and things to do in Mumbai. Here is the way to spend 24 hours in Mumbai, what to see and where to eat.
- Start your day with lovely morning walk at Bandstand Promenade.
2. Enjoy at Castella de Aguada overlooking Mahim Bay and the Arabian Sea.
3. Visit the famous roman catholic Basilica of Mount Mary Church.
4. Have your morning breakfast at Candies Cafe.
5. Cross the iconic cable stayed bridge Bandra Worli Sea Link.
6. Proceed to visit Siddhivinayak Temple in Prabhadevi.
7. Rome around Haji Ali Dargaha located off the coast of Worli.
8. Pay Visit to most famous Mahalakshmi Temple on bhulabhai desai road.
9. Do your lunch at Gallops Mahalaxmi fine dine.
10. Relax from hustle and bustle of city life at Hanging Garden
11. Drive through the 3.6 kilometre long Queen’s Necklace or Marine Drive
12. Explore the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya
13. Spend quality time with snacks at famous Girgaum Chowpatty beach
14. Click selfie with Mumbai’s most iconic monuments – Gateway of India
15. Do some street shopping at Colaba Causeway with view of hotel Taj Mahal.
16. Have delicious dinner at Bade Miya street eats
17. Have ice cream at Leopold Cafe with beer
18. Leave for Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus with unique 24 hours experience in Mumbai.
If time permits, Here are the list of famous places to visit in Mumbai.
Global Vipassana Pagoda.
Tourism in Mumbai offers natural sites,heritage and historical monuments, modern entertainment and leisure spots. Sanjay Gandhi National Park of Mumbai is one of the most visited national parks in India, surrounded on three sides by Mumbai city and home to a large population of Indian Leopards.