Mumbai, The City That Never Sleeps

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Shabab Anwar
Jul 24, 2019   •  13 views

It is of no surprise that you are still sleepless at even late night in Mumbai as it is the city that never sleeps and offers as much that would surely gratify you. Whether you hang out around the city or grab a bite at the dazzling restaurants, partying at late night or watching late-night movies, whether enjoying scrumptious grubs at streets to have a cup of coffee or a tea, the nightlife of the city is just captivating.

The capital city of the state Maharashtra, located on the western coast of India, Mumbai is a land of seven islands. Mumbai, formerly called Bombay, is known as the financial capital of India and contributing much more to India's GDP and it is also one of the largest business and commercial hubs. One of the busiest city of the world is famous for its historic monuments, exquisite architectures, gleaming skyscrapers, cultural festivals and of course for its traditions and streetfoods.

Synonymous to 'Mayanagri' or 'the City of Dreams', Mumbai has something for everyone who comes here in search of works. This diverse city has a wide range of people from different cultures and religions that coexist and this city offers equal opportunity to all of them and never do injustice with anyone. This vibrant city has everything to do whether you come to accomplish your dream or to follow your passion it would never disappoint you.

The most prominent landmark, Gateway of India, is a colossal arch monument that is a perfect blend of Islam, Hindu and European Gothic styles and looks stunning, especially at night. Beside the monument there situated the magnificent 'Taj Mahal Hotel'. Thereafter, visit and stroll along the picture-perfect Marine Drive or the Queen's Necklace and experience the spectacular view of the sea. It looks exceptional during the night and gives spectacular views of the sunset. Subsequently, visit Chowpatty and enjoy the delectable street foods.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus previously called as Victoria Terminus is listed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO is an incredible architecture and worth to visit. Elephanta Caves which is another UNESCO World Heritage Site is worth to explore. The artwork in the sculptures of the Hindus and Buddhist gods are unusual and looks marvellous. There are many notable beaches that must fascinate you with their serenity. The sea waves, rolling over onto the beaches that gently hit your feet and fades away and that's too much soothing, would compel you to look them and feel them over and over again. Juhu is a well-known beach of Mumbai. Aksa Beach, Versova Beach, Marve Beach, Madh Island Beach are some other beautiful beaches.

Besides these, you can also take a tour of Haji Ali Dargah (made up of marbles that looks stunningly beautiful), Flora Fountain, Siddhivinayak Temple (dedicated to Lord Ganesha is a famous temple), Colaba Causeway (heaven for fashion-freaks, it is a famous marketplace of the fashion capital of India), Bandra Worli Sea link (a stupendous bridge), Imagica Water Park and many more amazing places of Mumbai. Even you can do a lot of adventures like paragliding in Kamshet, scuba diving and snorkelling, kayaking, jet-skiing in Tarkarli and many more things to do here. This wonderful city is undoubtedly a popular destination for many of us.

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