"Mumbai is the commercial capital of India and also headquarters of the Indian film industry, more popularly known as Bollywood. It is situated on the shores of Arabian Sea and has some beautiful beaches. Mumbai is a great place to visit and explore. Mumbai is generally known and visited so that people might get a glimpse of their favorite Bollywood stars. Moreover, it has its own striking history and monuments that talk a lot about its culture and past. Mumbai gets tourists from all around the world and also from within India. It is the hub of commercialization in India"
Prince of Wales Museum: It is now known as Chatrapati Shivaji Museum and is the greatest museum of western India.
Elephanta caves: They are collection ancient sculptured caves, located on Elephanta islands and can be reached by ferry.
Nehru Science Center: A place of scientific collection which is a must visit for all the science enthusiasts.
Worli Fort: It is a very ancient for built by the British around 1675 and overlooks the beautiful Mahim Beach.
Flora Fountain: It is an exquisitely designed ornamental fountain which is considered a heritage monument by Archaeological Society of India is a true beauty and is situated on Dadabhai Naoroji Road.
Haaji Ali: It is a sacred Muslim tomb situated in the middle of the sea and is visited by pilgrims all around the country.
Sidhivinayak temple: It is the holy temple of Lord Ganesh and is visited by all the biggies of the city including Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachan.
Juhu Beach: One of the most famous Mumbai beaches where you will find ample amount of road side fast food and other delicacies.
Aksa Beach: It is another popular Mumbai beach.
Taj Hotel: Although it was closed after the 26/11 massacre but it has opened again in its full glory and a must see place in Mumbai. This is the most luxurious hotel of Mumbai.
Best time to visit Mumbai: Mumbai is a city which has humid weather in summers but cool nights and has moderate winters. The worst is Mumbai Monsoons. They are disastrous so it is suggested that you do not visit Mumbai during monsoons. The ideal time to visit Mumbai is between October to February, that is the winters. This time Mumbai is at its very best and the climate is also pleasant so that you can easily explore the Mumbai city to your heart’s satisfaction.
How to Reach Mumbai:Mumbai being one the major metropolitan cities and the commercial capital of India is well connected to national as well as international destinations by all airport, train, road as well as sea. By air, it has Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport catering to both international and domestic airports. Mumbai has rail lines connecting it to southern Indian cities, eastern Indian cities as well as major north Indian cities. By road, Mumbai has National Highways 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, and 17 linking it to all parts of the country. By sea, it has ferries to nearby locations and shipping and cruise services are also available.