3 Places to Visit in Mumbai

3 Places to Visit  in Mumbai

If you are in Mumbai  and finding places to visit with your family, spouse or kids then the city has a long list of places that you can visit and can create a lot of memories and fun. Here in this article we are going to discuss three places you can visit in a day for a quick tour. For these places you just need to book a car rental Mumbai and visit these places in Mumbai with a cab. 

Gateway of Mumbai :  Gateway of Mumbai is among the top tourist attraction places in Mumbai and you can visit in any season of the year. The Monument is standing tall over 100 years and was built by George Willet in 1924. The monument was inaugurated by Rufus Isaacs, who was then the viceroy of India. 

The entry fee of this monument is free and you can visit in the morning hour or in the evening hour to get the cool breeze of the sea side. This monument is situated in Colaba, Mumbai. Located next to the heritage Taj Mahal palace and facing the vast Arabian sea. You can also take ferry rides to see the nearest attractions (Ferry are chargeable). Currently the monument is under control of an Archaeological survey of India. 

The Monument is open 24 X 7 and the entry fee is free. 

Red Carpet Wax Museum :  Well this place is amazingly beautiful, you can see lively wax figures of prominent icons from all over the world and famous characters like Iron Man, Barack Obama,Harry potter etc. You can take selfies or shoot photos with these characters. 

The museum is open every day from 9:45 am to 9:30 Pm . The entry fee is Rs 250 per person on weekdays and Rs 350 per person on weekends. You can check their website for combo offers. A great tourist place in your leisure time. 

This museum is located in Amrut nagar, GhatKopar, west, Mumbai. 

Haji Ali Dargah : The Haji Ali Dargah is one of the most popular religious shrines in Mumbai you can visit with your family. The tomb houses Sayed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. The tomb is made of white marbles and designed in Indo-Islamic architecture.  The main attraction of this place is that it connects to the dargah of Lala Rajput Rai Marg By a walk through way. 

This tomb is built in the middle of the Arabian sea and a great place to visit to view the historic beauty. The tomb is located in Dargah Road, Mumbai and is open from 5:30 Am to 10Pm everyday and the entry fee of this tomb is free. 

Well these 3 places you can visit in a span of a day and booking an online cab or car rental Mumbai by hours can be sufficient and will be more cost effective. These places are excellent to visit with spouse, family or kids and enjoy your holiday.