Gateway of India:
This splendid landmark had been the sign of honor which was built to memorialize King George V and Queen Mary for their visit to India. They entered the city as they were on a Voyage to Mumbai. Gateway of India was designed by Mr. George Wittet who tried to blend the local, national and Muslim architecture. It was completed in 1924. Surely, you will feel your visit incomplete without visiting Gateway of India.
It is a terraced garden which offers the striking view of the amazing city. The glorious garden is located at a hill station which is called Malabar. This hill station is a great recreational spot for those who are looking for some peace and calm. This is a very nice place to relax at the weekends and holidays. This garden is also known as Feroz e Shah Mehta Garden. It is enveloped in extensive greenery which enhances the real beauty of garden.
This is the most lively and vivacious place along the seashore of Arabian Sea. This is a great place for you, if you want to get out of the noisy and busy life of Mumbai. Marine Drive is stretched over an area of 3 kilometers which is naturally shaped as “C” (English Alphabet).
It had been the residence of Mahatma Gandhi (1917 – 1934). Nowadays you will find a museum here with the name of “Gandhi Museum”. This is an old fashioned building with three story house which had been constructed in Gujarati Style. Here you will find a library with around 20 thousand books. Also photo exhibition is the fascinating part of this building which describes glorious as well as superb life of Mahatma Gandhi. Don’t miss to see the Charkha which he used to spin.