Mumbai city, an urban metropolis has been a silent spectator of India's colonial history and diverse culture. There is a plethora of famous monuments in Mumbai. Mumbai abounds in magnificent architectural landmarks, epigraphic edifices and majestic monuments.
A trip to Mumbai remains incomplete without a stopover at the sensational Gateway of India, the commemorative monument built by George Whittel in honor of King George V and Queen Mary visit to India in 1911. Film City located on the outskirts of National Park is another place swarming with stars, starlets, producers, directors, and technicians that tourists flock to after seeking special permission to meet their favorite stars.
The primordial Elephanta Caves located on Gharapuri Island and adorned with ornate sculptures and shrines reverberates with spirituality and is thus a tourist's haven.
Last Updated on 23 May 2013