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Bandra Worli Sea Link

The Incredible Bandra Worli Sea Link of Mumbai

The Bandra Worli Sea Link of Mumbai, which was officially named ‘Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link’, is 5.6 kilometers long, 8-lane architectural, engineering, and infrastructural marvel of India. It is the first cable-stay bridge built on open seas in India. The Bandra Worli Sea Link has become one of the prominent landmarks of Mumbai and has …

Marine Drive

Visit Mumbai’s Famous Marine Drive

The iconic Marine Drive in Mumbai is a landmark in itself and needs no introduction. Being the face of Mumbai and Bollywood alike, it becomes a must-visit place for everyone who is in the city. The 3.5-kilometer curved or C-shaped Boulevard with six laned road runs along the south coast of the city right from …

Famous Tourist Attractions In Mumbai

Here’s a list of Top Attractions In Mumbai where you can relish the mystic beauty of the hill stations; watch the mesmerizing sunrise and sunsets at the beaches; indulge in outdoor adventure activities; seek blessings at pilgrimage destinations; enjoy nature walks and jeep safaris at wildlife sanctuaries; marvel at the medieval architectural beauty and witness …

Magnificent Temples To Visit Around Mumbai

Mumbai, a city that has it all, has a rich history with Hinduism and is filled with many temples all with their beautiful and unique aspects. The city is home to almost seven hundred temples, each specific to the culture of those who built them and the deity they worship. Visiting some of these temples …

What’s Mumbai Without Its Beaches?

Blessed with a long coastline, Mumbai is home to many picturesque beaches that range from energetic, carnival-like seashores to tranquil oases unexpected in the city that never sleeps. To get away from the hustle-bustle of the city, there are countless beaches close by to cool off minds. Here’s a list of some of the beaches …

Journey To The Famous Caves Near Mumbai

The majestic caves in Mumbai are a popular tourist attraction site for the localities as well as the tourists. These caves near Mumbai are dated back several centuries and are a real architectural masterpiece. Most of the man-made caves are carved out of a single stone and were used by ancient Buddhists as a place …