PLACES OF INTEREST

Aarey Milk Colony Banganga
Bhuleshwar Bombay Natural History Museum
Bombay University Chor Bazaar
Chowpatty Beach Crawford Market
Elephanta Caves Essel World
Fashion Street Film City
Flora Fountain Gateway of India
Hanging Gardens High Court
Jehangir Art Gallery Juhu Beach
Kamala Nehru Park Kanheri Caves
Khotachiwadi Mahalakshmi Race Course
Mani Bhawan Manori & Gorai
Marine Drive Marve & Erangal
National Gallery of Modern Art Nehru Centre
Nehru Planetarium Powai Lake
Prince of Wales Museum Prithvi Theatre
Priyadarshini Park Rajabai Tower
Saat Rasta Dhobi Ghat Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Sasoon Dock Tajmahal Hotel
Taraporewala Aquarium Town Hall Asiatic Library
Veermata Jijabai Bhonsale Udyan Victoria Terminus
Vihar Lake Worli Fishing Village

RELIGIOUS PLACES

Churches

  • Mt. Mary’s Church, Hill Road, Bandra
  • Popular during the feast of Mother Mary in September.

  • St. Michael’s Church, Mahim
  • Popular for its Novenas on Wednesdays.

  • Good Shepherd Church
  • 4 Bungalows, Andheri (W).

  • Sacred Heart Church
  • S.V. Road, Santa Cruz (W).

  • Wodehouse Church
  • Wodehouse Rd. Colaba, Mumbai’s main church.

  • Anglican Cathedral of St Thomas
  • Horniman Circle, Over 400 years old.

  • St. Annes Church
  • Orlem School, Malad.

Temples

  • Babulnath Temple
  • Shrine of Lord Shiva. Near Chowpatty

  • Hare Rama Hare Krishna Temple
  • Managed by ISKCON. Juhu, Mumbai – 49

  • Mahalakshmi Temple
  • Shrine of Goddess Durga at Mahalakshmi. Mumbai – 26.

  • Siddhivinayak Temple
  • Situated at Prabhadevi, crowded on Tuesdays (devotion day).

  • Walkeshwar Temple
  • Legend links it to Lord Rama.

Mosques

  • Jama Masjid
  • Near CST Station, Masjid Bunder, Mumbai -1. The largest mosque in Mumbai. Has a Haji Musafirkhana (rest house) attached.

  • Mausoleum of Haji Ali
  • Situated in the sea, can be approached by a narrow path during low tide. Named after the Muslim saint, Haji Ali.

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