This beautiful beach is a few kilometers north of the Mumbai city and is connected to the Juhu Beach in the arabian Sea. This beach is also connected to goa, Kerala and Lakshwadeep. This beach is close to the Santacruz area and is very different from its counterpart- The Juhu Beach. This is a much quieter place and ideal for people who want to stay away from the crowd and enjoy the beauty of nature. You will sometimes find people selling roasted peanutes or small toys. After you have taken a lot of photographs and enjoyed the blue waters of the Arabian Sea, you cab step into the Welcome Cafe on the beach itself and dig into their delicious food.
This is a popular book store located in the heart of Mumbai. This book store is house in a building which is about 150 years old and also ranks among the best independent book sellers of the city. The old building provides the charm when you enter the store. The store shelves are always filled with the best books in a variety of languages such as English, Hindi, Gujrati, Marathi and Urdu. Starting from fiction to contemporary writing they have stored them all. The decor is quirky and extremely urbanised which pulls in a lot of young readers and book lovers. The Old book store finesse with the comforting smell of coffee from another end of the book store makes for the perfect combo. There is thus a cafe at the end of the book store and a separate kids section as well.
This market in the business center of Mumbai is also known as the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai locally. This is a daily market where you get absolutely farm fresh fruits and vegetables. It is better if you go early in the day as the items are even fresher at this time. You also get fresh fish and meat here especially the sea fishes which are in great demand in all Konkan cities. The nearest attractions from here are the DN Road, Mumbai Fort, Flora Fountain and many others.
Tulsi Baug Shopping Market
Whether you want to buy excellently crafted furniture at affordable rates, shop for junk jewellery or pick up designer Indian wear; shopping in Pune has something for everyone. True, some of the city’s most popular shopping hubs can be chaotic and somewhat challenging to manoeuvre, but your efforts will be rewarded with excellent buys and some great bargains. In addition to the frenzied markets, there are several stores and boutiques offering a more atmospheric and pleasant experience—grab your shopping bags and get going.places like tulsi baug, juna bazar and clothes market and etc, It was like a paradise for me.Advice- rickshwala are more expensive then ola. book a ola and have a fun time.. try avoiding ola during peek hrs. traffic is more terrible then in mumbai.thanks for reading and I hope you guys loved my travel experience
1. Chor Bazaar: India’s largest flea market which gives you countless options for antiques and vintage items. Vintage items like watch, wall clock, telephone, camera, currency, chandelier, furniture and many more antique items. A chaotic street of Chor Bazaar is worth visiting on Friday morning (around 4am) if you want to do a cheapest shopping of your life.How to reach: near by station C.S.T and take a taxi from station to bhendi Bazaar
Jehangir Art Gallery
This is Mumbai's one of the most popular art galleries located in the Kala Ghoda area. It was built in 1952 and contributed to the city by Cawasji Jehangir and is till now managed by the Bombay Art Society. This is also the most prestigious venue for modern artistes of the city and there is always a rush for them to exhibit their paintings here. Many have to wait for at least a few years to get a turn as well. The main reason is that this gallery is most of the time in the media eye for good reasons. There are four exhibition halls to exhibit artwork here.