Mumbai Things to Do

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  • 26. Town Hall - Asiatic Society Library

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Asiatic Society of Mumbai The Asiatic Society of Bombay is a public state library in the city of Mumbai and its in Fort area Near to Gate way of India. It was opened up in 1803 as "The Royal...

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  • 27. Kanheri Caves

    4 out of 5 stars

    From the 2nd to the 9th century these caves were used by Buddhists monks as monasteries and temples. If you are in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park they are worth a trip to but they are certainly not...

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  • 28. Rajabai Clock Tower

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Rajabai tower was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, an English architect. It was modelled on Big Ben, the clock tower of the UK houses of Parliament in London. Construction was completed in...

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  • 29. Jehangir Art Gallery

    4 out of 5 stars

    Bombay's main art gallery, just next to the Prince of Wales Museum, displays changing exhibits by well-known Indian artists. There's plenty of art to be seen outside as well, as the plaza in front of...

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  • 30. University

    Opened in 1874, the University of Mumbai campus looks like Oxford University with palm trees. Still referred to as "Bombay University", the beautiful campus with stunning mediaeval-style Gothic...

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  • 31. Hare Krishna Mandir - Iskcon temple

    A lovely retreat, to zone-out from the hustle and bustle and commotion of the city. I loved the energy of the chanting and music. Funky beats and vibe. Most uplifting :-) Some gorgeous statues...

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  • 32. Nehru Science Centre

    4 out of 5 stars

    nehru science center located at worli area in mumbai is great for kids who love science...science centre has different section like sound, perception, smell...kids can do lots of experiemnts on there...

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  • 33. Streetfood

    Mohd. Ali Road is one of the best places to try non-veg Street food. Although I'm veg, I went there with my friends,(who simply loved the food there) .... and I got ample opportunities of getting good...

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  • 34. Virgin Uttan Beach

    One of the lesser known and thus less polluted and quiet beaches, this one is a little far from the main city and secluded. Look for Dariya Kinara hotel at Virgin Uttan Beach, and you'll find a lovely...

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  • 35. Suggestions

    Not many cities in India have a good Theatre culture, and in my knowledge Mumbai is best place to be if you love plays/live performances. There are quite a number of theatres running shows in English,...

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  • 36. Horniman Circle

    What was once the Bombay Greens, a large open space within the nonextant Bombay Fort, was developed into a circular urban park in the 19th century. Elegant curved Neoclassical buildings, reminiscent...

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  • 37. Royal Opera House

    For a country never associated with opera, the existence of an opera house in India comes as a surprise. In fact, Bombay's Royal Opera House, which dates from 1912, is India's sole opera theatre....

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  • 38. Powai Lake

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    first thing that amazed me about this lake was that, despite been located in such a crowded city, this lake is very clean and unpolluted. This lake is surrounded by various other intersting places,...

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  • 39. Mahalaxmi Race Course

    4 out of 5 stars

    Mahalaxmi race-course is situated in central Mumbai, next to the "Mahalaxmi Railway Station" and facing the Arabian sea, one of the World's most scenic race-courses.The horse racing season starts in...

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  • 40. St Thomas Cathedral

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    St. Thomas' Cathedral is a beautiful structure that boasts of being the first Anglican Church in Mumbai. Built in 1718, St Thomas Cathedral is to be found near Flora Fountain at D.N. Road, in the Fort...

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  • 41. Esselworld

    Esselworld in Bombay can be considered the poor man's DisneyLand in this part of the world. This is an amusement park built a few years ago that is situated near the Gorai Beach. For families with...

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  • 42. David Sassoon Library

    This one of my favourite buildings in Mumbai. It was built in 1870. The David Sassoon Library and Reading Room is a three-storied public library. It is located at Kalaghoda in Mumbai (Fort). Apart...

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  • 43. Oval Maidan

    Oval Maidan is a large oval shaped park in the heart of South Bombay, bordered by Queen's Road on one side and Mayo Road on the other (now named Maharshi Karve Marg and Karmaveer Bhaurao Marg,...

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  • 44. High Court Building

    4 out of 5 stars

    On the fringes of what was once the walled Fort of Mumbai, stands the High Court, another hauntingly beautiful (some say haunted!) structure, in brooding black stone. Opposite it lies the Oval Maidan,...

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  • 45. Madh Island

    The Koli fishing boats at Versova from the Madh Island ferry. “The firshermen were here first. Before the East India Company built its fort…..the fishermen who were the Kolis – sailed Arab dhows,...

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  • 46. Banganga - Banganga Tank

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    A sacred tank surrounded by four hundred-year-old temples and modern skyscrapers. Nowhere are Mumbai's paradoxes more evident than at Banganga. Part of an ancient temple complex, the water in this...

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  • 47. Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue

    The Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue stands out from its surroundings with its blue colour. The synagogue was constructed in 1884 by the Sassoon family, and it is built in a neoclassical...

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  • 48. Shopping

    Hey there are farmers markets opening up all over mumbai.. where you could buy veggies and fruits directly from farmers.. also all the waste gets bio-degraded.. Details of phone numbers and timings...

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  • 49. Architecture

    The British left their architectural heritage in many countries and cities in the world. There are fine examples in Mumbai that stand out and have become landmarks. A strong India-Sarecenic influence...

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  • 50. Royal Bombay Yacht Club

    Founded in 1846, the Bombay Yacht Club moved into this building in 1898. The Alpine-looking structure was designed by the British architect, John Adams, and supervised by Frederick W. Stevens (who...

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