Mumbai Darshan By Essen Travels

Essen Travels in Mumbai, offers Mumbai Darshan tour as well. We take tourist around interesting Places of Mumbai which includes:

Interesting Places of Mumbai
  • Juhu Beach
  • Excel Sea Food Restaurants
  • Gateway of India
  • Haji Ali
  • Cinemas
  • Jehangir Art Gallery
  • Night Clubs
  • Mumbai Lifeline - Mumbai Train
  • Filmistan Studio
  • Elephanta Caves

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Essen Travels - Mumbai Darshan

When you plan a holiday trip to Mumbai, you can be rest assured that this fascinating city will make every moment worthwhile. From old world architecture to modern buildings, from lip smacking street food to sumptuous international cuisine, from merging with crowds to spending quiet moments, Mumbai offers you diverse delights to suit your taste and budget. Here are the 10 amazing things you can do in this city of dreams.

The Beach Beckons

Mumbai has a long shoreline and a number of beaches where you can spend some memorable moments. Do not miss this opportunity to try out the popular street food ‘Pao Bhaji’, which is available at the numerous eating joints dotting the beach at the suburb of Juhu.

Juhu Beach
Seafood lovers are in for a treat

If you relish the idea of enjoying fresh seafood cooked with in delicious gravy or deep fried, you are certainly in for a gastronomic treat. Mumbai is home to some excellent seafood restaurants and street side stalls, where you can enjoy a variety of seafood specialities to your heart’s content.

Gateway of India

Erected to commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary, this imposing landmark of Mumbai has been seen umpteen number of times by countless people in films and documentaries. Take a leisurely walk behind the Taj Mahal Hotel and dig into succulent kebabs at Bade Miyan, a famous road side eatery.

Gateway of India
Haji Ali

Dedicated to a prominent Muslim peer, this impressive mausoleum is situated the Arabian Sea and is accessible by a narrow road only during low tide. If you go there on a Friday, be prepared for facing a large crowd. If you are lucky, you can experience an intense spiritual musical performance, called the “Qawwali”.

Haji Ali
Theatre runs in the blood

Mumbai offers a delightful repertoire to lovers of funny and serious drama. From the creatively charged atmosphere of Prithvi Theatre to the finely elegant charm of the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai will satiate your appetite for quality English theatre. If you prefer stand up comedy acts, head straight for the Comedy Store for a refreshing burst of laughter.

The caves speak a silent language

Take a ferry from the Gateway of India to the famous Elephanta Caves situated on an island in the Arabian Sea, and marvel at the stone sculpture built in the 7th century.

Clubbers have a good time

Fancy a night out clubbing and dancing away to a pulsating rhythm? Mumbai has some excellent night clubs and pubs where you can let your hair down. Drink within limits and, for your safety, make sure you take a registered private taxi back to your hotel.

Get local, literally

A trip during off peak hours on Mumbai’s lifeline, the local passenger train, will give you a sneak peek into the daily adventurism of the locals and their intricate commuting moments. Travel only ‘first class’ in the ‘ladies’ compartment during daylight hours.

Bollywood calling

Mumbai is the heart of the Hindi film industry. Selected tour operators offer tours to the sets where movies are filmed, so that you can get a first hand view of this magical world.

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Written By Sajeed Nandolia