1. Essel World: Established in 1989, this amusement park has “Live the Thril’ as its slogan. Stretched over 64 acres of land, it is one of the largest Amusement and Water Park. It is home to the variety of rides fitting for individuals of all ages. Apart from the conventional rides, it hosts Mumbai’s first ice skating rink. It horror ride is titled as India’s Scariest Ride.
2. Hanging Gardens of Mumbai: Also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, these terraced gardens are the site of amazing sunset views over the Arabian Sea. Set on the top of Malabar Hills, they showcase numerous hedges carved into the shape of the animals.
3. Girgaum Chowpatty: Commonly known as Chaupati, this beach is one of the best known public beaches alongside Marine Drive. It is mainly known for its Ganesh Visarjan celebrations. You can enjoy the local food like bhelpuri, panipuri, ragda patties and pav bhaji, here. A bronze statue of Tukaram Omble, the policeman who helped to arrest Kasab of 26/11 attacks, stands tall in the area.
4. Juhu Beach: Commonly referred to as Beverly Hills of India, it is located on the shores of Arabian Sea. It is a popular tourist attraction, especially on weekends. It finds its place as a destination in shooting films. The food court at its main entrance is famous for its Mumbai-style street food.
5. Elephanta caves: Also known as Gharapuri- the city of caves- its rock-cut architecture is world renowned and it finds its place in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A ferry from Gateway of India will take you to this place. The setting of this place is ecstatic and peaceful in itself, along with the history which is primarily conjectural. The art, design and science of these caves are a matter of curiosity for intellectual minds.
6. Bombay Talkies and R.K Films Studio- Though these productions have not produced any movies in a long time, they are a depiction of the times when one of the largest film industries in the world- Bollywood was still finding its way. These places are reminiscent of the legacy of the great filmmakers and a haven for film enthusiasts.
7. Siddhivinayak Temple: One of the richest temples in Mumbai, this temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. It witnesses the flock of people from all over the world with the politicians, Bollywood stars, and famous entrepreneurs seeking blessings of the Lord here.
8. Castella de Aguada: Also known as Bandra fort, this structure built by the Portuguese stands as the watchtower overlooking the Arabian Sea. Being a site for a couple of Bollywood movies, it falls under the care of Archaeological Survey of India. It fell victim to the neglect of the authorities and started deteriorating, but later received the makeover of natural rock formations, providing pathways, and an amphitheater.
9. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya: Founded in the early 20th century, this place is located near the Gateway of India. Built in the style of Indo-Saracenic architecture, this gothic building incorporates other styles of architecture too. It houses a vast exhibit of artifacts and relics from ancient Indian history, as well as from the foreign lands.
10. Jogeshwari Caves: Stated as the earliest and largest major Hindu Cave temple in India, these caves date back to 500 CE. Suffering from the fatality of encroachment and ill-management, they are still one of the historically significant places. Accessed through a long flight of stairs leading to a cavernous place, it houses the idols of various Gods and Goddess highly revered by the locals of the place.