Top 10 Places to Visit as a Student in Mumbai 2019
Mumbai is much more than the shimmer, glitter and glamour of so called ‘mayanagri’. Along with the sumptuous architecture and splendid culture, the ‘city of dreams’ has also enfolded the trend of perfect hanging out places in the past few years. Mumbai has long been known worldwide for its film and entertainment industry. Home to RK Films and Studios, the the yash raj studio and Bollywood Boulevard, this area delivers a wealth of famous sites. Once main center of art, culture, music, dance and theatre, Mumbai is now a dynamic, cosmopolitan city that has been running for so long hitherto, solely on the indomitable and resilient spirit of the Mumbaikars.Instead of shoppers at the mall, try gifting yourself an experience of visiting the rejuvenating places at Bombay. In a city so filled with icons of antiquity and the Marathi faith, it’s hard to decide the genesis of trip. Of course, your own interests will govern your choices, but there are certain sites that are almost obligatory landmarks of Mumbai and of all India, such as the gateway of India and the elephant cave.
Top 10 Places to Visit as a Student in Mumbai 2019
First Place you must visit in Mumbai
Gateway of India
As seen in numerous songs, books and movies, gateway of India has long stood as triumph arch erected between 1915 and 1942 in honor of the visit of King and Emperor of India, George V and his wife Queen Mary in 1911, the monument has always captured the city’s imagination. As a student I wouldn’t want to miss the ethereal aesthetics this place has to offer during Sunsets and rainy days. Sunsets because of the bright orange and red sky and the perfect view of the sea, and rainy days because of the gushing high-tide waves, the detailing on the arch and the motifs is a sanctum sanctorum for traditionalists
Second Place you must visit in Munbai
Marine drive also known as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Road and queen’s necklace owing to necklace like illusion to because the street lights make the road look like a string of pearls, is known for its evening walks, chowpatty beach and breathtaking view. This deadly combination of scenic beauty with easy accessibility makes it a perfect hangout spot for a student. Marine Drive is considered as the largest viewing gallery of the world. Apart from treating your eyes to the majestic Arabian Sea, you can also pamper your taste buds with some mouthwatering delicacies at the same time.
Third Place you must visit in Munbai
Sivaji park-it is a public park situated at dadar. This park is a pivotal center for social and political meeting. Named after the heroic leader- Chhatrapati Shivaji, this park was established by the Mumbai Municipal Corporation in 1925, during the British rule. People of all ages come to the park to play sport (especially cricket) other games, exercise, relax and chat. Plethora of snack stalls are offer you bellyful of food. It has well-laid pathways, canopy of towering trees on either side, which are ideal for leisure and relaxing walks.
Fourth Place you must visit in Munbai
Lonavala Dreamy, scenic, trippy, blissful and mesmerizing are the perfect words to precisely describe the beautiful hill stations of Maharashtra, Lonavala. Lonavala can offer us everything that can quench our wanderlust. Lonavala is bestowed with alluring and bewitching experience of nature’s most gifted region. The place is fabled for its cascading waterfalls, picturesque lakes, old caves, lush green meadows and religious spots. Trekking, boating through the Ghats a are popular adventures that can be availed.so without further ado! Pack your bags and dare not miss out even on one aspect of it.
Fifth Place you must visit in Munbai
Colaba Causeway Market
Colaba causeway is the quintessential shopping hub for the mumbaikars.Right from has cheap clothes, fashionable boutiques to British era buildings and of course good food, this place has everything that lures a student. This is called culture square of Mumbai. It’s the place which offers you a variety of amazing fashion items.a tricky tip from my side is that you need considerable negotiating skill to purchase stuff from here Colaba causeway shopping always gives an exciting experience!
Sixth Place you must visit in Munbai
This beautiful palm-fringed beach lies on the fine white sands and rolls in from the Arabian sea, making it one of the favorite spots for both Indian and foreign beach lovers. Not your conventional swimming, bathing and basking beach, students visit this beach because of its peaceful serene vibe and its scenic beauty. Juhu Beach also presents you its local delicacies and street food. Best time to visit this beach on weekend afternoons and evenings. Blue water, silver sand and rolling pebbles of this pristine beach are very enticing. Remember to carry a good camera, when you are heading to the beach.
Seventh Place you must visit in Munbai
The Siddhivinayak temple is a standing specimen of beauty and architecture. The temple is famous for an idol of Hindu God ‘Ganesha’ that is carved out of a single black stone. The cacophony here sounds like croon. Custodians of beliefs of more than a billion people: this holy place cross the boundaries of time to sanctify the lives around them. Apart from the common man, many celebrities also visit the temple to seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha. Tuesday witnesses maximum numbers of people coming to pray to the Lord for good luck.
Eighth Place you must visit in Munbai
Bandra worli sea face
One can’t deny the fact that, Bandra Worli Sea Link is an amalgam of natural beauty and man-made marvel. Roll your windows down as you gush past the bridge and let the salty sea breeze tickle your hair. The glory of Mumbai is inevitably appealing from the zenith of the bridge and makes it the perfect destination to capture a few candid shots of the city in all its glory. The beauty of this attraction is intensified during the pitch black night when twinkling lights ornate the bridge. The bridge has been in elite group of the great engineering triumph of all time.
Ninth Place you must visit in Munbai
asia’s largest amusement park is favorite summer destination for many families and college goers. Be it a child, an adult, or a teenager, an amusement park is where one gets to rejuvenate their puerile memories and experience the fun all over again. This is a place where one can get spellbinding experience amidst exploring an entire world of pleasure, fun, delight, relaxation, and cuisine.Essel world along with water kingdom offers the most thrilling water rides and light shows. The best time to visit Essel World and Water Kingdom is between September and June to avoid the heavy Mumbai monsoons and scorching heat
Tenth Place you must visit in Munbai
Prince of Wales museum
Whether you’re a purveyor of fine art or you prefer arts and crafts, this museum will surely take your breath away. During your visit catch a show at the museum’s grand auditorium. Renowned for its superb sculptures and miniature paintings, the museum is abode in an impressive Indo-Saracenic building. The museum is abode to approximately 50,000 exhibits of ancient Indian history as well as objects from foreign lands, categorized primarily into three sections: Art, Archaeology and Natural History. This museum is a prime beauty throughout the year. This museum is embellished with a garden of flower beds and palm trees.
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