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RBI Museum - Mumbai

RBI Museum holds monetary history of India that is maintained by Reserve Bank of India, which is the central bank of country.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus - Mumbai

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station of Mumbai is a magnificent building that is considered to be architecturally one of the finest stations in the world. The terminus was built by the British in the year 1888 and earlier known as Victoria terminus.

Jehangir Art Gallery - Mumbai

Jehangir Art gallery, located close to the Prince of Wales museum in Mumbai, shows the contemporary art on display that change regularly.

Prince of Wales Museum - Mumbai

Prince of Wales Museum was built in Mumbai to commemorate the visit of King George’s V in the year 1923. The museum houses artifacts, paintings and sculptures from various periods of Indian history.

Malabar Hill - Mumbai

Malabar hill is an up-market residential area in Mumbai with some attractions including Jain temple, Hanging gardens, Kamla Nehru Park and Parsi towers of silence. 


Mani Bhavan - Mumbai

Mani Bhavan, located on Laburnam road in Mumbai, is a museum that was once the place where Mahatama Gandhi used to stay during his visits to Mumbai. Tourists can visit Gandhi’s room along with his belongings and books that are kept on display.

Juhu Beach - Mumbai

Juhu beach is another famous landmark of Mumbai, which is frequented by Mumbaikars and tourists. Juhu beach has lot of restaurants and food counters on the long stretch of beach.

Siddhivinayak Temple - Mumbai

Siddhivinayak temple is a popular Ganesha temple of Mumbai that was rebuilt on a site of 200 year old temple which is frequently visited by locals as well as tourists.


Mahalaxmi Temple - Mumbai

Mahalaxmi Temple is a famous temple of Mumbai dedicated to Devi Laxmi, Goddess of wealth. The temple is located on one end of Breach Candy.

Haji Ali Shrine - Mumbai

Haji Ali is a shrine of Saint Haji Ali in Mumbai which is located in the sea at a small distance from the mainland. Haji Ali Shrine can be reached via a pathway during low tide.

Marine Drive and Chowpatty Beach - Mumbai

Marine Drive in Mumbai is the stretch of road that runs along the sea and Chowpatty is an important point on the Marine point which is well known for its road side food points with a small beach.


Gateway of India - Mumbai

The Gateway of India, Mumbai’s most striking monument, is a arch shaped gateway that stands in the southern end of Mumbai on the coast of Arabian Sea. The monument was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911.



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