The Gateway of India
Built in the 20th century as a welcome gesture for King George V and Queen Mary at the Apollo Bunder. Hundreds of tourists visit this landmark every day. It is situated right opposite the Taj Hotel. It is unique in the fact that it sees an amalgamation of Roman and Gujrati architecture. Visit this majestic structure while in Mumbai. You can also go on a ferry ride for a few minutes in to the vast ocean from here.
You are sure to fall in love with this place at first sight. Such is the charm of this place. The best time to visit this place is during sunset. See the sun set and the lights turn on to give you a beautiful skyline view of the Malabar hills. The road very commonly referred to as the Queen’s necklace beckons you to ride on it. Rent a Sports Bike in Mumbai from Wheelstreet if you don’t have one, but be sure to experience this thrill of riding along this perfect road, with the sea, on one side and majestic buildings on the other.
CST Railway station
This structure has become the face of Mumbai for quite some years now, all thanks to various Bollywood movies that have made this place popular. One of the oldest building, built during the British raj. You can evidently see the difference in the architectural style of this monument as compared to other modern buildings. Although, just a railway station, this is one of the most populated stations of great importance to the central railway lines of the city.
Bandra Worli Sealink
The latest edition to Mumbai’s most loved monuments, BWSL, also referred to as Rajiv Gandhi sea link, is the city’s pride. The main intention of this structure was to reduce the travel time from Worli to Bandra, especially during peak hours, from 90 minutes to 20 minutes. Feel the true marvel of this structure by riding on it. It is best enjoyed on two wheels. Book a bike on rent in Mumbai and zoom through this majestic landmark.
Treat the kid inside you. Visit this amusement park, which is a few kms away from the city centre. Ride to this entertainment section on two wheels to begin the adventure before it actually begins. Avail a two wheeler on rent from Wheelstreet.com, and ride on. Don’t forget to visit the Water kingdom.
Sanjay Gandhi national park
This national park is situated in Borivili, one of the developing suburbs of Mumbai. It covers a huge area of 40 sq mts. It sees over 2 million visitors every year. Home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, it is a huge relief away from the concrete jungle and urban clutter.
Fun fact : A lot of people believe that this place is haunted and many have experienced spooky activities in and around the place, post sunset.