Mumbai is one of the biggest cities in India but let’s travel back in time and let me surprise you by remining the past, it was formed by merging 7 small island’s namely, Bombay Island, Parel, Mazagaon, Mahim, Colaba, Worli, and Old Woman’s Island (lately known as Little Colaba). With the Arabian Sea on the sides you can witness the ocean’s beauty from a lot of places throughout this city. Splurge in some visual treat, thanks to our viewfinder in Mumbai!
An evening walk on the soothing sand of ‘Juhu beach’ has always been romantic, soulful and thought provoking. It has been in spotlight always thanks to our Bollywood diaries.
Or a late night ride on the ‘Carter Road’ to stop by and watch a beautiful view of the sun drowning into the sea is totally worth it.
A long busy road with loaded traffic and yet having people chilling on the sides on the concrete bench like a never ending structure, making people contemplate about where the ocean ends, is none other than the ‘Marine drive’ or you can call it a Queen’s necklace.
The Gateway of India yet another iconic monument is situated on ‘Apollo Bunder and gives a sweet view of the Arabian Sea with little ferry boats sailing on it.
‘Girgaum Chowpatty’ not being a place far away from the Arabian sea has its special importance during Ganesh Utsav celebration as people from all over Mumbai come over to immerse the Ganesha idols into the ocean waters.
One of the most charismatic structures of 20th century to come in existence is the ‘Bandra-Worli Sea link,’ built over the sea bed of Mahim bay and has a mesmerizing view from the ‘Castella de Aguada’(Bandra fort).
Last on my list is a beach in Dadar one of the most crowded place in the city, yet, has it’s peace in the corners known as ‘Dadar Beach’ the view from there is mesmerizing indeed!!
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