Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya
The Museum, which was originally named after the Prince of Wales in the Victorian era, has now been renamed the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, or CSMVS for short.
This amazing faux-Renaissance structure has a vast collection of items and manuscripts, as well as textiles, all of which are related to Mumbai’s long and storied past.
Global Vipassana Pagoda
The Global Vipassana Pagoda is located northwest of the city and is the ideal location to see the region’s most famous temple halls.
It will now take you around 2 hours to get here, so depart early in the morning to avoid exploring the site during the noon heat. It is indeed a sight to behold since it is home to the world’s biggest stone dome. Make sure to visit the world’s largest pagoda.
Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Sanjay Gandhi National Park, located just outside of Mumbai, is a magnificent (and protected) location that every visitor to Mumbai should see.
This tropical paradise is home to hundreds of plant species, stunning landscapes such as the Shilonda waterfall, and if you’re fortunate, you could even glimpse a leopard or two.
Don’t miss the Kanheri Caves, which are part of the Buddhist monks’ monastery structures.
Hanging Garden of Mumbai:
It’s located on the Malabar Hill slope and is a complete pleasure. Explore the terrace gardens and enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Marine Drive and Chowpatty Beach from the top.
You could even come across some of the trimmed trees that have been sculpted and manicured into various forms.