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Last Updated: 13 Nov 2020
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Mumbai Darshan Places

Gateway of India, Siddhivinayak Temple, Bandra Bandstand, Mani Bhavan, Hanging Garden, Taj Mahal Hotel, Nehru Science Center, Nehru Center, Girgaum Chowpatty, Taraporewala Aquarium, Mahalaxmi Race Course, Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Dhobi Ghat, Bandra Worli Sea Link, Chhatrapati Shivaji Vastu Sangrahalaya and many more places.

With the rich history and golden past of the city attract visitors from almost all the corners of the world, its vastness makes it difficult for the visitors to visit most of the important tourist spots within a day. Well, for such situations, one can avail the Mumbai Darshan bus services and make it to the maximum number of important tourist spots within the city.

In addition to the bus ride through most of the major important landmarks, the presence of an experienced guide during the ride will give you an insight into all the Mumbai places. Breaks within the ride, interaction with other travelers and the visit to an array of tourist spots around Mumbai makes this bus ride a must to experience. If you are planning for a visit to this dream city, here is what you should know about Mumbai Darshan route for bus and cabs, itinerary and other details:

Timing:

Mumbai Darshan bus services are available throughout the week. As the ride revolves around Mumbai city, it starts quite early in the morning. Bus rides usually start at around 07:00 AM and are available till 09:00 AM. On average, the ride takes around 12-14 hours to complete and takes the visitors through some of the most important tourist places in the city.

Pickup Points:

For sightseeing, pickup points are scattered throughout various corners of the city. Be it the central, eastern, western or any other parts of Mumbai, you can always have a pickup point close to your stay.

Here are some of the important pickup points: Andheri, Bandra, Bhandup, Bhayandar, Borivali, CBD Belapur, Chembur, Dadar, Dhaisar, Ghatkopar, Goregaon, Jogeshwari, Kalamboli, Kalwa, Kamothe, Kandivali, Kanjurmarg, Kashmira, Khar, Kharghar, Kopar Khainar, Lalbaug, Malad, Mankhurd, Mira Road, Mulund, Mumbai Central, Nerul, Panvel, Parel, Poisar, Sanpada, Santacruz, Shanti Nagar, Sheetal Nagar, Silver, Sion, Thane , Vashi, Vikroli, and Vile Parle.

Route:

Usually, all the buses for Darshan of Mumbai start from their respective depots, and after the pickup of all the participants, the buses take their first stoppage at around 09:30 AM near the Siddhivinayak Temple. Here onwards, they move towards the Nehru Science Centre in Worli by around 11:00 AM, followed by Marine Drive at around 12:30 PM.

After Marine Drive, almost all the buses follow the route to Colaba, where the visitors can have lunch by 01:00 PM. Post this, they take the visitors towards Apollo Bunder in South Mumbai by around 01:45 PM and after a quick visit of the vicinity the buses turn towards the Mahatma Gandhi Road by 02:30 PM.

Approximately by 03:30 PM, all the buses take a halt near the port, where the visitors can enjoy a short boat ride and continue with the other Mumbai Darshan places. Post this, buses head towards Walkeshwar, Napean Sea Road and Breach Candy. Before making their final move to Juhu Beach through the Bandra-Worli Sea Link at around 06:30 PM, the buses also make it to the Mahalaxmi Temple. With your arrival at the beach, Darshan of Mumbai tour comes to an end.

Important sites during Mumbai Darshan: 

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Gateway of India

Gateway of India

Counted among the most important landmarks of Mumbai, this historic structure was built between 1915 and 1919 to commemorate the historic visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India. Standing graciously at the Apollo Bunder, the immaculate architecture and craftsmanship of this historic site owe to its pride and honor. Measuring around 83 ft, it later served as the landing spot of all the viceroys and governors who visited India. This location is on the top in the Mumbai Darshan route.

Located around the Gateway of India are several jetties, from where the visitors can board any of the boats and take a surreal ride in the Arabian Sea. Most of these boats operate from Apollo Bunder to the historic Elephanta Caves that are yet another reminiscent of a bygone era, and also offer leisure tours around the azure waters of Mumbai.

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Shree Siddhivinayak Ganpati Mandir

Shree Siddhivinayak Ganpati Mandir

The first destination in the list of Mumbai Darshan places, the Shree Siddhivinayak Ganpati Mandir or the Siddhivinayak Temple has Lord Ganesha as the main deity, and is located in the Prabhadevi suburb of Mumbai. Built by Laxman Vithu and Deubai Patil during 1801, this holy site is also known to be one of the richest temples in the entire country and it is one of the top places in Mumbai darshan places list.

'Siddhi Vinayak' or the avatar of Lord Ganesha who is known to fulfil the devotee's wishes is worshipped in this temple. An architectural marvel, the temple is decked with wooden doors with its sanctum decorated with images of the various manifestations of the lord. The inner roof of the temple; entirely gold plated, with a centrally placed idol of the Lord Ganesha serves as the main attraction of the temple and is also an important part of most of the Mumbai tour packages.

NOTE: Photography is strictly prohibited within the temple premises.

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Taj Mahal Palace Hotel

Taj Mahal Palace Hotel
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Another important landmark in Mumbai Darshan plan, the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel can be called as the synonym to luxury, royalty, and opulence. One of the most affluent hotels in the entire country, the main building of the hotel was built during 1903 by the legendary Jamshedji Tata. Later, in 1973, another wing of the hotel called the Taj Mahal Tower was constructed and was opened for the public.

Great hospitality, royal treat, delicious foods, and heart-warming service of Taj Mahal Palace accounts for all the name and fame it has earned during the last few decades. To add more to this royal retreat, very few people know that the hotel also served as a hospital during World War I.

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Nehru Science Centre

Nehru Science Centre

If you are traveling with younger members or kids, Nehru Science Centre in Worli will serve as the best option among all the places to visit in Mumbai. Famed as the largest science center in India, this marvel was built in the year 1977 and was later expanded in 1985 and it is one of the famous places in Mumbai darshan places list. Seated in an area of around 8 acres, the science center also houses a botanical park that showcases a wide range of flora within the perimeter.

Built with multiple themes, the unique architecture, scientific exhibitions, display of lights and colors, 3600 virtual galley tour and several other programs related to science and technology are the main attractions of the Nehru Science Centre. It also organizes events like Science Festival, National Science Drama Festival, Astronomy Olympiad and others alike throughout the year.

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Worli

Worli

Also known as 'Warli', 'Worlee' and 'Varli', was one of the seven islands that constitute the present day metropolis called Mumbai. Once a fishing village, it is now one of the most bustling localities in the city and is also known for its rich and diverse historical aspects.

Embraced by the Arabian Sea, Worli has always been a top sightseeing point among Mumbai visitors. The vicinity witnesses a huge influx of devotees and worshippers who visits the pious 'Haji Ali Dargah' that is located in a small islet off the Worli coast. The locality also caught the eyes and rose to fame after the completion of an engineering marvel - The Bandra-Worli Sea Link.

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Marine Drive

Marine Drive

Be it among all the Mumbai Darshan places or other important landmarks of the city, Marine Drive proves to be one such place that cannot be ignored while visiting the metropolis. It happens to be one of the famous Mumbai nightlife experiences as well. Around 3-4 km in length, it was originally called the 'Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road' and is also nicknamed as the 'Queen's Necklace' and one of the best places in Mumbai darshan places list.

The pristine beauty and pleasant ambiance around the area also make it a quick escapade among the city dwellers who throng Marine Drive to breathe free from the grueling city-life. One of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the city, Marine Drive also serves as a hub for booming business and economy as most of the business moguls have their headquarters in this boulevard. 

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Juhu Beach

Juhu Beach

Mumbai tour is incomplete without a visit to the Juhu Beach. Surrounded by the majestic Arabian Sea, and located within close proximity to Versova, Santacruz and Vile Parle, this sandy retreat is one of the major attractions and favorite hangouts within the metropolis and it is one of the famous places in Mumbai darshan places list.

A six-kilometer stretch of clear and playful sands, the beach showcases a pleasant climate throughout the year and has always been a favorite shooting spots for Bollywood. A grand delight among the visitors and the locals, Juhu Beach also serves as an important place for those who want to escape the stresses of city-life and relax while romancing the playful waves and the tepid sands. Well, on a visit to this beach, do not miss out on the local delicacies like bhelpuri, panipuri, and sevpuri along with a visit to some of the Bollywood star's house. 

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Taraporewala Aquarium

Taraporewala Aquarium
Located within the vicinity of Marine Drive, Taraporewala Aquarium is among the oldest aquariums in the entire country. A perfect place to have an insight into the exotic marine life, this aquarium has a wide range of freshwater and marine fishes.

It also houses a tunnel made up of acrylic glass that offers the 360-degree view of several species of fish. Specially designed pools with LED illumination can also be witnesses within the Taraporewala Aquarium. Some of the fish tanks within the premises have harmless species of fish, and visitors can touch them. Some of the most popular fish in this aquarium are helicopter, arowana, guppen, yellow-striped tang, star, clown, hark, trigger, groupers, and several others. This is one of the most important locations in the Mumbai Darshan service.

In addition to the rare and exotic fish, it also houses a variety of sharks, rays, turtles, eels, starfish and other endangered species. During a visit to Taraporewala Aquarium, visitors can also enjoy a documentary show on how to conserves, preserve and maintain the ecological balance and avoid environmental constraints.

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Bandra-Worli Sea Link

Bandra-Worli Sea Link

Connecting Southern and Western Mumbai, the Bandra-Worli Sea Link is truly an architectural vista of the modern times. An eight-lane bridge that overlooks the Mahim Bay, this cable styled link measures around 5.6 km and takes the visitors over the coastal areas of the Arabian Sea. 

Also known as 'Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link', the bridge was opened to the public in 2009 and it connects the Swami Vivekananda Road and Western Express Highway in Bandra, and Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan Road in Worli.

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Start Point/End Point : C.S.M.T. Railway station at the view point/ Gateway of India.

Start Time/End Time: 9:00 am to 2:30pm

City of dreams with its beauty is also famous for its history and vibrant culture

The tour will start from CSTM railway station with your professional guide who will tell you the story of the city and help you in exploring different places and walking to the St. Thomas Cathedral (first anglic church of India) Welcome by the Flora Fountain, learn about Hutatma Chowk and check out the books street of Mumbai.Walk on university prescient; learning about High Court and Mumbai University.

Walk-by the Art district of south Mumbai; lookout for iconic art galleries and Prince of wales Museum.

Lastly we finish the tour at GateWay of India.

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya
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Previously known as the 'Prince of Wales Museum of Western India', the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya or 'CST Museum' serves as the most prominent museums in the city. Built during the 20th century to commemorate the visit of Prince of Wales to India, it is located on the Mahatma Gandhi Road and was renamed in the late 1990s.

Built in Indo-Saracenic architecture, the main building of this historical site also displays a mixture of several other forms of architecture and is considered to be an engineering marvel of a bygone era. Nestled amidst lush and groovy palm trees, a visit to this museum will bring alive the charms and grandeur of the past. At present, it houses around 50,000 artifacts and collections from the past that also includes remains or extract of the Indus Valley Civilisation. Relics from the reign of the great Guptas, Mauryas, and Rashtrakutas can also be found in this museum.

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Breach Candy Road

Breach Candy Road
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While strolling around the Breach Candy Road, you will surely come across one or the other important landmarks of the Mumbai Darshan service. Also known as 'Bhulabhai Desai Road' or 'Warden Road', this semi-commercial locality in the southern part of the city is the abode of several prominent organizations and educational institutes and government buildings. 

To name a few, there are the Breach Candy Hospital, Sophia College, Lincoln House, Consulate General of the United States, Amarsons and Tata Gardens. One can also find the largest swimming pool in the shape of India's map and the pious Mahalaxmi Temple within Breach Candy's vicinity.

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Walkeshwar

Walkeshwar
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Located in the southern part of the city, Walkeshwar is yet another popular vicinity in Mumbai. Home to the much acclaimed Malabar Hills, this suburb is known for its mythological linkages than being only an important landmark to the city and it is one of the famous places in Mumbai darshan places list.

According to the legends, Lord Rama, during his pursuit to Lanka, took rest in this region. While here, he got summoned to worship Lord Shiva in the form of Shivlinga. Waiting for his brother Laxmana to find a Shivlinga, Rama himself built one with sand, and thus the vicinity got its name 'Valuka Ishwar'; meaning avatar of Lord Shiva. Legends have it that Lord Rama once shot an arrow and brought the holy Ganges to Walkeshwar; even today, one can find an underground spring that feeds the tanks stems in this vicinity. 

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Nepean Sea Road

Nepean Sea Road
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Located within close proximity to the Malabar Hills, Nepean Sea Road is one of the costliest localities in Mumbai. Named after the then Governor of Bombay, Sir Evan Nepean, though it was later renamed as 'Lady Lamibai Jagmohandas Marg', it is still popular with its old name.

This road caught the headlines after the business tycoon Sajjan Jindal bought the renowned 'Maheshwari House' and created history for being the owner of the costliest house in the world.

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Colaba

Colaba
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Once a fishing island, Colaba is indeed one of the most popular and bustling localities in Mumbai. Ruled by the Portuguese and the British, this fishing colony is also the home to the acclaimed historical site Gateway of India and the grand Taj Mahal Palace and Tower.

The vicinity is also known for some of the oldest cafes, historical sites and several other landmarks that completes the identity of Mumbai. Regal Theatre, Cafe Mondegar, and Leopold Cafe are some of the hubs in Colaba. This is one of the most important locations in the Mumbai Darshan service.

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Mahalakshmi Temple

Mahalakshmi Temple
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Located within 1 km radius from the Mahalakshmi Railway Station, this sacred temple was built in 1831 by a merchant named Dhakji Dadaji. With Goddess Lakshmi as the main deity, this temple on the Breach Candy Road attracts a large number of devotees who throng this religious site to seek wealth and blessings from the Goddess. Though the temple is visited by thousands of devotees round the year, it witnesses a larger influx of devotees during the Navaratri Festival.

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  1. What is Mumbai Darshan?

    Mumbai Darshan is a comprehensive tour of the beautiful city of Mumbai, where you are taken to all the important tourist destinations including the Gateway of India, Siddhivinayak Temple, Taj Mahal Hotel, Bandra Bandstand and many more iconic places. The tour contains a pickup and drop for tourists who sign up for the tour.
  2. What are the famous places to see in Mumbai Darshan?

    1. Gateway of India: An excellent piece of architecture from the colonial times, Gateway of India is a must-visit for some memorable pictures.
    2. Marine Drive: A trip on Marine Drive at night is the best thing you can give yourself in Mumbai city. Also, couple it with a small halt at Chowpatty Beach where you must sample some great local street food.
    3. Juhu Beach: Of course how can one forget the most famous beach of Mumbai, Juhu Beach. It is the best place to witness the local Mumbaikar life topped with a beautiful sunset.
    4. Bandra-Worli Sea Link: Bandra-Worli Sea Link is an escape into the magical world where you can drive your car over the majestic sea while soaking in the beauty of the surroundings.
    5. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: A inspirational monument from the colonial times is Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus which looks breathtakingly amazing at night. It is highly suggested that you take a comfortable stop in front of the place to take some amazing pictures of the building.
    6. Haji Ali Dargah: A divine dargah built on a small island right in the middle of the sea, Haji Ali Dargah is another beautiful place which you mustn’t miss upon your visit to Mumbai.
  3. How can I cover Mumbai in one day?

    1. Elephanta Caves: Take a ferry ride from one of the jetties near Gateway of India and set forth into a memorable sea ride to a secluded island in the Arabian Sea and witness the ruins of the very majestic Elephanta Caves.
    2. Shri Siddhivinayak Ganpati Temple: Shri Siddhivinayak Ganpati Temple is visited by almost every single person of Mumbai, be it a celebrity or a localite. So, you must go there and take blessings from the most loved god in Maharashtra.
    3. Red Carpet Wax Museum: Red Carpet Wax Museum is a lovely place where you can witness numerous life-size wax models of various TV characters and famous personalities.
    4. Taraporewala Aquarium: Oldest aquarium of Mumbai, Taraporewala Aquarium offers you to witness various exotic marine life including coral fish from the secluded island of Lakshadweep.
  4. Which are the best Mumbai Darshan buses?

    There are many buses and bus services in Mumbai that conduct the Mumbai Darshan tour. However, it is generally believed that the best bus service is run by BST in a joint venture with MTDC.
  5. What will be the timings for Mumbai Darshan bus?

    The bus timings for Mumbai Darshan are 7:00 am – 9:00 am. This is the window during which you can avail the bus to start the tour of Mumbai City. The full tour takes approximately 12-14 hours to complete from the time when you start your touring. Therefore, you should be able to end the tour by 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm.
  6. What facilities will be included in the tour?

    As part of your Mumbai Darshan tour, you will be able to avail their services of the tour bus that will take you to the most important places. You have to pay an entry fee and pay for the food that you eat during your tour at the various stops. There is also a ferry ride that is included, which has to be paid for separately.
  7. What is the cost of Mumbai Darshan?

    There are several packages that you can avail when you are booking a Mumbai Darshan tour. You have to pay anything between 500 INR – 1,500 INR, depending on the package that you choose, your nationality, your age, and the tour bus that you are planning to travel with.

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