The Gateway of India is located on the waterfront at Apollo Bunder area at the end of Chhatrapati Shivaji Marg in South Mumbai and overlooks the Arabian Sea. The monument has also been referred to as the Taj Mahal of Mumbai, and is the city's top tourist attraction.
The Elephanta Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Mumbai’s oldest historic sites. The caves are known for its cave temples that have sculptures of Hindu gods. The caves are located off the Mumbai coast on an island known as Gharapuri, and is nine nautical miles from the Gateway of India.
Filmcity, Mumbai. A world of wonder. A world where you can ;put your imagination to the test and Shoot out your thoughts.The Indian Film Industry is one of the largest in the world and Mumbai accounts for almost 60% of film productions.Over the last hundred years, the Indian Film Industry has grown by leaps and bounds and has undergone amazing technological changes.
Linking Road was one of the first arterial roads "linking" the far-flung suburbs of Bandra and Juhu during the 1940s. The oldest name of the road was Dadabhai Navroji Road. Linking Road and Hill Road were two of the main shopping hubs in the suburbs of Mumbai.
Hill Road (officially renamed as Ramdas Nayak Road) is an arterial road in Bandra (West), Mumbai, India. It starts from the intersection of Bandra railway station road and Swami Vivekanand Road (SV Road) and goes west up to Mehboob Studio, leading to the Bandstand Promenade, the Bandra Fort, and Mount Mary Church, Bandra.
Crawford Market has been at the centre of market life in South Mumbai since it was built in the days of the British Raj. Now officially rename Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Market in honour of a famous social reformer who lived in the 19th Century who, together with his wife, was a pioneer in women’s education.
Mumbai's Chor Bazaar, which literally means "thieves market", has a fascinating history that spans more than 150 years. Apparently, it was originally called Shor Bazaar, meaning "noisy market", but "shor" became "chor" because of how the British mispronounced the word.