Mumbai Maps

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Mumbai is dubbed as the commercial capital of India and it also serves as the capital city of the state of Maharashtra. The city was created from seven islands and they are Mazagaon, Colaba, Wadala, Old Woman's Island, Parel, Mahim, and Matunga-Sion.

Currently, Mumbai City is the result of a significant extent of development carried out on the seven islands mentioned above. The city is famous for its historical background. However, the present of the city is just as luminous. The city has been given many sobriquets like the "city of dreams" or the "city that never sleeps". The reason behind this is the powerful existence of Bollywood or the Hindi film industry.

Today, Mumbai, or erstwhile Bombay ranks as the biggest metropolitan region in the country. The city is home to above 13 million people. As a result, Mumbai is among the most populous cities in the globe.

Mumbai/Bombay is one of the top ten commercial hubs in the world by worldwide economic transactions. The city offers endless job and career opportunities to the people of India. It is one of the important reasons why so many people across the country come to Mumbai to earn their livelihood. The city stands out from other cities in India because of its energetic lifestyle and abundance of tourist destinations. Mumbai is currently one of the top-rated tourist destinations in India. In addition, it houses a national park inside its precincts (Sanjay Gandhi National Park) which is a unique feature that only limited cities in the world have.

Mumbai District maps



Mumbai district maps can be broadly categorized into Mumbai city district maps and Mumbai suburban district maps. Mumbai suburban district is made up of three tehsils - Andheri, Kurla, and Borivali. The city area is known as South Mumbai. The city district stretches from Mahim and Sion in the north to Colaba in the south. The place includes areas like Worli, Mumbai Central, Lower Parel, and Prabhadevi.

The Utility of Mumbai Maps



A detailed map of Mumbai will help you locate major tourist attractions like the following:

Vasai Fort, Aarey Milk Colony, Atria Millennium Mall, Asiatic Society of Mumbai, Bhuleshwar, Banganga, Bombay Stock Exchange, Bombay Natural History Museum, Chaityabhoomi Dadar, University of Mumbai, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Chor Bazaar, Chhota Kashmir, Crawford Market, Chowpatty Beach, Essel World, Elephanta Caves, Film City, Fashion Street, Flora Fountain (currently known as Hutatma Chowk), Gurdwara Shree Guru Singh Sabha, Gateway of India, Hanging Gardens, Haji Ali Mosque, INS Vikrant, Bombay High Court, Jijamata Udyaan, Jehangir Art Gallery, Kamala Nehru Park, Juhu Beach, Mahalaxmi Racecourse, Kanheri Caves, Marine Drive (formerly known as the Queen's Necklace), India Government Mint, Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, Nehru Nehru Planetarium, Centre, Prithvi Theatre, Powai Lake, Reserve Bank of India, Rajabai Tower, Hotel Taj Mahal, Borivali National Park (Sanjay Gandhi National Park), Veermata Jeejabai Bhosale Udyanm, Taraporewala Aquarium, Siddhivinayak Temple, Vihar Lake, Tardeo Agiary Parsi Temple, Mahalaxmi Temple, Global Pagoda, Shri Swaminarayan Temple, and Aksa Beach.

Other than these tourist attractions, you will also be able to locate the beaches, major roads, airports, and railway stations in Mumbai. If you are thinking about staying in the city, you can also choose from the following hotels highlighted in the map:

  • Grand Hyatt
  • Le Meridien
  • Sun-N-Sand
  • Taj Lands End
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Leela Kempinski
  • Taj Mahal
In this way, Mumbai district maps help the tourists travel across the largest city in India.

Last Updated on 12/07/2012