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List of tourist attractions in Mumbai

 

List of tourist attractions in Mumbai

Mumbai, India has centuries of old history and many sites of tourist interest.[1] Some of them are:

Contents

  • Amusements, parks, stadia and zoos 1
  • Beaches, dams and lakes 2
  • Caves 3
  • Cinemas and film studios 4
  • Forts 5
  • Hotels and restaurants 6
  • Malls and markets 7
  • Museums 8
  • Places of worship 9
    • Churches 9.1
    • Hindu temples 9.2
    • Mosques 9.3
    • Synagogues 9.4
    • Others 9.5
  • References 10
  • Further reading 11

Amusements, parks, stadia and zoos

A Rainbow ride in EsselWorld.
Shivaji Park arial view in Dadar.
The Elephant sculpture from the Elephanta Caves is installed at the Jijamata Udyaan.

Beaches, dams and lakes

Arial view of Juhu beach.
Powai Lake

Caves

A 1913 image of the Trimurti located at the Elephanta Caves, a UNESCO heritage site.

Cinemas and film studios

Eros Cinema

Forts

Mahim Fort

Hotels and restaurants

The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel

Malls and markets

Korum Mall
Fruits on sale in the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai.

Museums

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly Prince of Wales Museum of Western India).

Places of worship

Knesset Eliyahoo synagogue.
Night view of the Global Vipassana Pagoda.

Churches

Hindu temples

Mosques

Synagogues

Others

References

  1. ^ "MAHARASHTRA TOURISM, The Official Website of Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.". maharashtratourism.gov.in. Retrieved 2014-02-01. 

Further reading

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