THIS TOUR IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR GUEST THOSE WHO CAME BUSINESS PURPOSE AS WELL AS TOURIST. IT IS A SHORT AND COOL TOUR.
GATEWAY OF INDIA
A majestic structure on the sea shore at Apollo Bunder, this monument was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911.
Its design is a combination of both Hindu and Muslim architectural styles.
RAJABAI TOWER (UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI)
This is 280 feet clock tower is located within the gardens of the Mumbai University building. It was known as the University of Bombay until 1996 when the city of Bombay was renamed as Mumbai its one amongst the first three universities in India. Established on year of 1857.
VICTORY TERMINAL (CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI TERMINUS)
An impressive Gothic heritage structure which serves as the terminus for both long distance and suburban trains of the Central Railway ( earlier the Great Indian Peninsula Railway). Always bustling with activity, hundreds of thousands of commuters traverse its portals every day, making it one of the busiest stations in the world!
MARINE DRIVE (QUEEN NECKLES)
This sweeping Queen’s Necklace, flickering with a thousand lights at night is the main thoroughfare a symbol of scenic beauty along the sea shore, linking Malabar Hill.
A small hillock situated in south Mumbai not is today the residence of many of the city’s elite. It also houses the official residences of the Governor of Maharashtra and the Chief Minister as well as several ministers, and is considered the city’s prime residential enclave..
The Jain Temple is dedicated to Adinath the 1st Thirthankara (Saint).
Built in white marble, the temple walls are adorned with colourful paintings
depicting incidents culled out from the lives of 24 Thirthankaras of the Jain religion. The Jains uphold these principles by practicing vegetarianism as well as non violence in thought, deed and action.
“The park, laid out in 1881 over Bombay’s main reservoir on Malabar Hill,
provides a grand view of the Bay in the Arabian Sea at the southern tip of the city. It is renowned for its scenic beauty which covers the Chowpatty Beach and the Queen’s Necklace at Marine Drive.
TOWER OF SILENCE
The Tower of Silence or Parsee Bawdi (Well) atop Malabar hill is where the local Zoroastrian or Parsee community disposes of the bodies of the departed. It comprises 55 acres of green forested vegetation amidst the city’s posh high rises!
MANI BHAVAN (GANDHI MUSEUM)
The Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya is a quaint building depicting typical Gujarati architecture near the August Kranti or Gowalia Tank Maidan, where Mahatma Gandhi launched his Quit India Movement in 1942. Mahatma Gandhi spends long periods of time here between 1917 to 1934 and the venue saw he conceptualisation of many of his movements including non co-operation, Swadeshi, Khilafat and of course Quit India!
DHOBI GHAT (WASHING LAUNDRY)
This is one of the largest open air washing laundries in the world, which provides a means of livelihood to the tradition Dhobi (washer men) community.