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5 Things The Explorer Within You Can’t Resist When You Are In Mumbai

When you choose Lalco Residency, yes! you get to stay in the ‘best’ serviced apartments in the city! Amazing infrastructure, the best hospitality, superior comfort, and a homely feel is what you will certainly experience. You can make your stay more worthwhile if you explore the rich culture of the city and live a day like the locals! Let us help the explorer within you to discover the Mumbai you have rarely seen.

Mumbai is certainly the financial capital of India, but it is a buzz with culture since it is home to people belonging to versatile backgrounds. Check out our hand-picked categories of best tourist places in Mumbai that you must try when you choose to stay with us.

1. Mumbai’s Fine Nature Trails

When you are in Mumbai you cannot help but visit Sanjay Gandhi National Park, which is one of the most-visited national parks in Asia. This 104 sq. km. of forest is in the heart of the city. You can enjoy forest safaris for tiger and leopard spotting, nature trails on bicycles and the 2000-years old hand-cut carvings and Buddha relics at Kanheri caves.

Along a similar thread, you should visit the Hanging Gardens that is full of beautiful flower beds and refreshing fountains.

2. The ‘Mumbai’ landmarks inherited from ‘Bombay’

One of best views in town and one of the coolest hangout spot is Marine Drive or ‘Queens Necklace’ as you call it. You can take a long walk along the seaside enjoying the sunset and take a breathtaking view of Mumbai’s Skyline.

The Bandra-Worli Sea Link is a civil masterpiece connecting the South Mumbai with the rest of the city. The Gateway of India, the Taj Mahal Towers, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, the Rajabai Tower, Flora Fountain, Asiatic Library, and the Oval Garden are some of the many breathtaking contributions of British architecture to Mumbai.

3. The shopping and food hubs:

While you are in Mumbai, do not miss out on shopping at Colaba Causeway. This place has everything from inexpensive clothes to sophisticated designer wears, all kinds of accessories and various goodies to take back home. Once you are done with shopping, there are great restaurants and cafes to rest your feet and taste the explosion of flavors of Indian food in Colaba. You should also try street shopping in Bandra Hill Road and Linking Road, which are two of the most popular streets to shop in Mumbai. The Arabian style street food and the catholic bakery’s here give the best treats to your taste buds.

4. Art and Culture

While Mumbai leads the contemporary art and culture with the National Centre for Performing Arts, Film City, Stand-up comedy clubs and live-performance cafe’s, Mumbai also leads the more formal arts being home to NIFT and JJ School of Arts. The art exhibitions at Jehangir Art Gallery and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya will take you through art and history.

Religious Spots – One of the most popular religious attractions in Mumbai is Haji Ali Dargah that is built right in the middle of the Arabian Sea. It houses the tomb of Sayed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari where you can feel the spirituality oozing out of this place and enjoy the panoramic view of the deep blue waters. One other religious place that you should visit in Mumbai is the Siddhivinayak Temple in Prabhadevi. This is one of the most beautiful and visited Hindu Temples in Mumbai.

Apart from these amazing spots, if you are here on a business or vacation trip, we suggest you explore the treasures this city has for you! All this becomes easier when you stay at Lalco Residency!