By: Urusha Mhatre
Mumbai, a city of dreams a city who has something to offer to everyone. From ferry rides to
historic forts, from long walks at the beach to a quick weekend gateway, Mumbai can offered
anything and everything a man can dream about.
Glide through the list of things to do in Mumbai, so that you don’t miss out anything on your trip.
01. Catch a Live Play in Prithvi Theatre, Juhu
Watching a live play at the prestigious Prithvi Theatre is an experience by itself. Built by Shashi
Kapoor and Jennifer Kapoor, in the fond memory of Prithvi Raj Kapoor, this one of the most
popular theatres in Mumbai, known for hosting modern plays regularly. Watching popular plays,
exploring Prithvi bookshop and gallery or witnessing theatre workshops over evening tea at
Prithvi café are some of the fascinating things to do in Mumbai for emerginf newbie actors,
theatre lovers or movie freaks.
Opening hours: 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm
02. Evening Walk at Marine Drive , South Bombay
If you’re confused about what to do in Mumbai, do take a leisure stroll by the Arabian Sea, on
Marine Drive. The mesmerising sea with ferries sailing in, camera-friendly sunset and refreshing
breeze refreshes the mind completely. You can sit and enjoy some special time with your beloved,
enjoy street food or capture the most beautiful sunset frame for your insta.
03.Visit Haji Ali Dargah, Lala Lajpat Rai Marg
With the backdrop of the Arabian sea, Haji Ali Dargah is one of the most prominent religious
landmarks in Mumbai. Designed beatifully, in Indo-Islamic style of architecture, this Dargah has a
beautiful marble courtyard, where the main shrine is placed. Built by Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah
Bukhari in 1431, this dargah is a spiritual hub where millions of people visit every day to make
wishes, seek blessings and listen to melodious Qawalis, which is among the most interesting
things to do in Mumbai.
Opening hours: 6 am to 10 pm
04.Helicopter ride around the City, Pawan Hans, Juhu
Indulge in the most innovative way of exploring Mumbai with this Helicopter Joy Ride!Think
beyond exploring the metropolis through land and water, and indulge in this novel activity that
provides a bird’s view of the city.Fly under the guidance of expert pilots who consider safety to be
of paramount importance, and experience the exhilaration of watching Mumbai from the skies.
Take this once in a lifetime opportunity and explore the city like never before, yes the Mumbai
local trains are the heart of the city bit the heartbeat of the city is something you can experience
by riding and exploring the city via helicopter.
05. Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Bandra
Bandra-Worli Sea Link, also known as Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, is a prominent steel bridge that joins
two main neighborhoods in the city of Mumbai. The $240 million bridge was completed in 2010,
and the bridge’s eight-lane highway has been found to reduce travel time between Bandra and
Worli from an hour to 30 minutes.
Although it does not have footpaths for pedestrians to stroll or walk on but, However, there are
nearby restaurants & hotels that look out onto great views of the area.
06. Bollywood Tours, Goregaon
Bollywood Tours gives visitors a chance to get a behind-the-scenes glance at India’s famous film
industry. Known for its bright costumes and elaborate dance/song ensembles, Bollywood films are
popular among both Indian and non-Indian audiences. During the Bollywood Tour, visitors get to
see the sets of upcoming movies and television shows.
07. Gateway of India, Colaba, South Bombay
It was originally built to commemorate a historic trip that King George V and Queen Mary took to
Mumbai. Highly popular among tourists, the 83-foot-tall monument is surrounded by food
vendors and souvenir stalls.
The Gateway of India is an massive arch that sits roughly 2.5 kilometers away from Churchgate
and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal. Built in 1924, the Gateway of India overlooks the Mumbai
Harbor. It serves as a reminder of the power of the British Raj. The Gateway of India is open to
visitors at most times of the day all throughout the year.