Mumbai, decorated with a Colonial appeal, is the ideal blend of the modern in a chronological setup, enhanced with a cosmopolitan substance! Mumbai is substantially less a tourist spot, with the smaller amount of tourist attractions than its equivalents, however, what makes a difference most in this ‘city of dreams’ is the ‘experience’ which is awesomely worth it! So, if you are in Mumbai and have only one day to explore, you may pick any of the Same Day Holiday Packages from Mumbai to visit the amazing spots in Mumbai.
Places to Visit in Mumbai in One Day
Gateway Of India
The pride of Mumbai with a marvelous elegance, the Gateway of India is world famous and a standout amongst the most spots to find in Mumbai in One Day Tour Package. The monument was made to honor the visit of King George V and Queen Marry to India in 1911. Its design is a mix of both Hindu and a Muslim architectural style; the curve is in Muslim style while the enhancements are in Hindu style.
MARINE DRIVE (QUEEN’S NECKLACE)
This broad Queen's Necklace, glimmering with a thousand lights during the evening transforms into the primary lane connecting Malabar Hill.
The name provided to a small hill located in the southern area of Mumbai not just numerous business tycoons as well as film celebrities but this area also has the official residences of the governor. Malabar Hill is one of the most expensive residential locations of the nation.
The park, which was designed in 1881 over Bombay’s main reservoir, owes its name to the famous advocate Pherozshah Mehta. You can be a part of vigorous stroll walk around the Hanging garden early in the morning as well as evening and restore your vitality level in the midst of the delicate touching breeze that blows from the Arabian Sea.
TOWER OF SILENCE
This structure of Mumbai dosen’t have ideal meaning of name, just known as Tower of Silence or Parsee Bawdi (WELL) over Malabar hills encompassed at around 55 acres which are trusted that after death, the body of the Parsi individuals is sent to this Bavdi (WELL).