Five Fascinating Destinations Offering Real Spice of Mumbai Holiday Packages

The ‘City of Dreams’ as Mumbai’s most known sobriquet, the city unfolds dream sequences of many aspiring creative people, business men and students each year. The commercial powerhouse and the hub of Bollywood (Indian Film Industry), Mumbai undoubtedly is the most happening city of India. Mumbai holiday packages are thus filled with aroma of irresistible spicy beverages, vivacity of spic and span restaurants and buzzing nightclubs, history of awe inspiring historic edifices and divinity of exquisite holy shrines. While you pick your Mumbai tour packages you must check that it has visit to the following places for a comprehensive experience of Mumbai tours:

Chowpatty Beach: The breeze redolent of spices on Chowpatty Beach makes the bustling city halt for an evening snack. One of the most famous beaches edged by an even more serene promenade, Marine Drive Chowpatty is the hub of stalls selling lip-smacking Indian snacks. The tangy bhelpuri and panipuri are a must have beverages. However, the only thing to be remembered for foreign travellers on Mumbai tours is to instruct in advance to make it less spicy.

Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Museum: Formerly called Prince of Wales Museum, the museum was built to commemorate the Prince of Wales’s visit to the city. An astonishing fusion of Gothic and Moorish architecture, the building itself is very interesting structure. As you step inside the ancient age is displayed in front of you in the form of a rich collection of artefacts dating back to Indus Valley civilization and Tibetan and Nepali art forms. Numerous Buddist Tankha scrolls and Tibetan bronzes are on display along with 2000 miniature paintings from renowned art schools of the country. Ranging from exquisite idols of Hindu deities to Maratha weaponry the museum is full of art masterpieces.

Gateway of India: Overlooking the vast Arabian Ocean, Gateway of India is much more than just a historic monument; this stunning fa├žade is also a famous picnic spot. Built to commemorate King George V and Queen Mary’s visit to the country, Gateway of India is constructed with four turrets embellished with beauteous latticework carved onto the yellow basalt stones. Located on the waterfront the place provides spectacular views of the ocean and is also the place from where exhilarating motor launch ride and cruises commence.

Shree Siddhivinayak Temple: Dedicated to Lord Ganesh, Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is one of the most visited and richest temples in the city. The shrine of Lord Siddhi Vinayak (Incarnation of Ganesh) is placed inside a small hall with wooden doors caved with images of eight manifestations of Ganesha. The inner roof of the sanctum is plated with gold and so is the central statue of Ganesh.

Fashion Street: A favourite amongst Mumbai’s youth the market located adjoining the Cross Maidan and opposite Azad Maidan has a surfeit of export surplus clothing. There you can see a cluster of more than 100 shops selling chic clothing and fashion accessories at cheap rates and thus is a must visit for all those picking Mumbai holiday packages for their vacation.

Your Mumbai holiday packages are incomplete in case they miss out on any of these destinations. Commence your journey to the city and visit these places for a real fun-filled experience of Mumbai travel.

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