Local Trains v/s Metro-Delhi has vast Metro network connecting Capital City to nearby states Haryana & UP whereas Mumbai has local trains. Mumbai is way more crowded than Delhi, obviously cause that's our economic capital. But the crowd is sophisticated, simple and decent. What I see is they do not litter or make any chaos either in local trains or on roads.
With these two destinations ticked I am almost done for the day. I planned for Girgaum chowpatty and a walk alongside Marine drive to make the perfect end for the night. You will fall in love with the wet sand and the glittering lights wrapping around the sea in semi-circle.
Once we had dinner, we still had some time left with us before the day would finally end. So we decided to hit Marine drive. The whole of city boundary is visible from here, brightly lit up skyscrapers making the most of it. It's a good place for a group of friends/couples to hang out or just chill out alone watching the sea waves hit the shore.
Baraf Gola in Marine Drive deftly shapes the shaved ice, pours on different kinds of sherbet, adds some whipped cream and nuts for waiting customers. There are a lot of malai gola stalls at Marine Drive that are abuzz with activity until 2 am. People keep dropping by to sample some of these ice candies and look out over Marine Drive.
And the next stop will be the most wonderful, chilling, blissful and magnificent place in Mumbai, The Marine Drive. It is walkable from the Gateway of India/The Taj Mahal palace, or you can go by uber/autos/sharing cabs. If you follow my itinerary you will reach marine drive at the evening, which will be the perfect time to watch the astonishing sunset. DONT MISS THE SUNSET AT MARINE DRIVE. Trust me, it will be an unbelievable experience.