Mumbai… India’s most trendy city. I spent most of my June month in Mumbai. It isn’t just a visit, it’s quite just traveling around the city. Within the first week, I traveled all around Mumbai along with my parents. Today I’m want to share all my Mumbai experiences with you.
Gateway of India
The first place I have visited is the Gateway of India. It is the most vital landmark of the town of Mumbai. It is situated in Southern Mumbai. You can enjoy the stunning view of the Arabian Sea within the background. And therefore the world-famous architectural marvel Taj Hotel at the forefront, also the famous Marine Drive is within walking distance. You can see the beautiful Taj hotel behind me in the second picture.
Among the tourist attractions in Mumbai, Marine Drive is a beautiful destination. Marine Drive, the Queen’s Necklace may be a treat for all the types of travelers. It becomes the place of joy with the view of the beach and therefore the sea.
I have completely fallen in love with this beach. I totally enjoyed myself keeping everything aside.
Juhu beach & Celebrity houses
Another most famous beach in Mumbai is Juhu beach. It is also famous for street food. But I unable to spend on Juhu beach for an extended time due to heavy rainfall. The famous Bollywood celebrity homes are situated almost the Juhu beach.
I visited Mannat – Sharukh khan house and Salman khan house too.
Lonavala is one of the beautiful places I have visited during my whole trip. It is a hill station surrounded by green valleys. It is situated in western India near Mumbai. It’s the simplest place to go to during the monsoon. There also are many beautiful places to go to within Lonavala. All of them have various things to supply and are great spots for each day tour from Mumbai.
Finally, I’m here at Imagica, the amusement park. the foremost exciting part of my trip. It’s a water park, and a snow park, where you have to choose a staycation at Novotel Imagica to go to everything. This is often an area where the fun never ends! I visited only the water park of Imagica since I even have no time to go to all of them.
This is all about my first week in Mumbai, where I traveled almost everything. I hope you enjoyed reading this.
Until next time…