Where: 50 - A, Huma Mansion, Opposite Ahmed Bakery, Chuim Village Rd, Khar West.
Cost: ₹200-500 (depends on the event)
Timings: 9 am to 10 pm
Keep a track of the upcoming events here.
9. Take an elevator ride to the Mumbai of 1900s.
Bombay, before it became Mumbai and got known for its film industry, was a massive port that welcomed traders and businessmen from all over the world to India. Architectural gems of that era are hidden all over the city, one of those are the ancient elevators that are over a 100 years old. Carved in wood and iron, these elevators were imported here all the way from London and the one in Navsari Building is still functional. So go ahead, and take a ride in a century old life to get a slight glimpse of Mumbai used to be.
Where: The best collection of elevators are in the buildings in DN Road in the Fort business district of South Mumbai. The Navsari Building is in this area as well and there is no charge for the ride.
10. Spend time and hike in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park
The green expanse of Sanjay Gandhi National Park is an extreme contrast to infrastructural jungle of Mumbai. The place offers a quiet escape to nature and takes pride in the wide variety of butterflies it is home to. There are two lakes within the national park, Tulsi and Vihar, which you can easily walk up to, or take a short hike to the Kanheri Caves. The Kanheri Caves are a collection of 109 caves containing rock sculptures of Budhha and his disciplines.
Timings: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
Where: Abhinav Nagar, Borivali East, Mumbai