A city that never sleeps

Mumbai is known for it’s irrepressible energy and fast paced life - get to know it on a day trip!

This bustling metropolis does offer myriad opportunities for fun, Nightlife, heritage and culture.

 

Day Tour Itinerary :

09:00hrs       

Pickup from hotel and proceed.

09:45hrs  Visit Dhobi Ghat

This 140-year-old dhobi ghat (place where clothes are washed) is Mumbai’s biggest human powered washing machine.

10:15hrs Drive pass Haji Ali

Floating like a sacred mirage off the coast, this Indo-Islamic shrine located on an offshore inlet is a striking sight.

10:30hrs Visit Hanging Garden

Away from the hustle and bustle of city life, if you are seeking for a place to unwind and relax in Mumbai.

11:00hrs Visit Mani Bhavan

Mani Bhavan, a modest two-storied building on the Laburnum Road in the comparatively quiet locality called Gamdevi, served as Gandhiji’s Bombay head-quarters for about seventeen long and eventful year.

12:30hrs Visit Gateway of India

The monument was erected to commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder on their visit to India in 1911.

13:00hrs Lunch at local restaurant

14:00hrs Visit the Prince of Wales Museum

Also known as ‘Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya‘, the museum is one of the best attractions for one-day  sightseeing in Mumbai.

15:30hrs Drive pass Mumbai High Court

One of the oldest High Courts of India. This beautiful structure built with black stone is one of the oldest and biggest courts in Western India. Drive pass Rajabai Clock Tower: A beautiful clock tower erected during the reign of the British Empire in India.

16:00hrs Visit Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus

Formerly known as Victoria Terminus, is a historic railway station and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Later visit Mumbai Municipal Heritage Building from outside and photo stop at Asiatic Library.

17:30hrs You will be transferred back to your hotel.

 

Recommendations :

The southern part of Mumbai is renowned for having the best nightlife. Areas like Lower Parel, Bandra, and Juhu are particularly known for the most famous nightclubs in Mumbai.

Restaurants & Lounge

  • Lord of the Drinks – Worli
  • AER – Rooftop Bar - Worli
  • Leopold Café - Colaba
  • Cafe Mondegar – Colaba
  • The Table – Colaba
  • Bastian - At the Top
  • Wasabi by Morimoto
  • Olive
  • The Irish House
  • O Pedro , BKC
  • Tap Resto Bar
  • True Tramm Trunk
  • Barrel & Co
  • Prithvi Café
  • Atrium Bar & Lounge – Taj Land’s End

 

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