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Mission Mumbai 50 – 50 Places to Visit in Mumbai

“It’s never too late to revisit a DREAM, realize previously abandoned GOAL, or take a leap of faith toward something you have LONG DESIRED. You have got a lot of life to left to live. So go out and start making it AMAZING” – Stephanie Cooper

It’s true; I always dream of travelling and exploring new places, trying different types of food, experiencing things that I have never done before. But the true story is different; actually I have not done anything yet to pursue my passion.

At age 25, after completing 4 years of my corporate job finally I realized and accepted something big is missing in my life. I have a good job which pays me well, comfortable routine, supporting family and friends but at the back of my mind I know, this is not how I always wanted to live or spend my life.

I have been living in Mumbai for 4 years. Mumbai is the one of the most attracted tourist places of India. Tourists around the world spend their money and come to India, especially to visit Mumbai “City of Dreams”.

There are more than 100 places to see in Mumbai. Surprisingly, On counting how many places that I have visited then it’s hardly 5 or 6 places.

I have to start from somewhere, so I have decided to start with our own place, Mumbai. This is something I am doing to come out of my comfort zone and for the wisely utilization of my weekends.

I have listed down the top 50 places mostly visited by tourists. I have decided to visit, explore and write a post about each of these places.

It is my Mission Mumbai 50 and a small start. I will keep posting about my progress on my blog.

Here is the list of 50 Places that I am going to visit in next few days.

  1. Gateway of India
  2. Prince of Wales Museum
  3. Marine Drive
  4. Hanging Gardens
  5. Haji Ali Dargah
  6. Siddhivinayak Temple
  7. Kanheri Caves
  8. Girgaum Chowpatty
  9. Sanjay Gandhi National Park
  10. Aksa Beach
  11. Elephanta Caves and Elephanta Island
  12. Mumbra Devi Temple
  13. Mahalakshmi Temple
  14. Kamala Nehru Park
  15. Mount Mary Church, Bandra
  16. Worli Fort
  17. Global Vipassana Pagoda
  18. Taraporewala Aquarium
  19. Nehru Planetarium
  20. Jehangir Art Gallery
  21. Jijamata Udyaan
  22. Bombay High Court
  23. Walkeshwar Temple
  24. Colaba Causeway
  25. Flora Fountain
  26. Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sanghralaya
  27. Crawford Market
  28. Juhu Beach
  29. Prithvi Theatre
  30. Film City
  31. Dhobi Ghat
  32. Madh Fort
  33. Castella de Aguada
  34. Tikuji-Ni-Wadi
  35. Lokhandwala Market
  36. Mohammad Ali Road
  37. Rajabai Clock Tower
  38. Dharavi
  39. Horniman Circle Gardens
  40. Carter Road & Bandstand
  41. Babulnath Temple
  42. ISKCON Temple
  43. Powai Lake
  44. Royal Opera House
  45. David Sassoon Library
  46. Cathedral of the Holy Name
  47. Shri Swaminarayan Temple
  48. Chaitya Bhoomi
  49. Bandra-Worli Sea Link
  50. Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain Temple

Wish me best of luck for my Mission Mumbai 50 project and let me know if there anything that I can be added in the list.

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Hi, My name is Manisha Tajne and I am from a city of dreams, Mumbai. I am a software techie by profession and “The Travel Junkie” by passion. I am passionate about travelling, exploring the places and people, knowing their food, culture and lifestyle. “The Travel Junkie” is my small start and inspiration to pursue my travelling passion and I would like to share here my travels, food and living stories or anything good I come across.


  1. This is quite a list, Manisha 🙂

    Glad to see I have explored a number of them during my last trip to Mumbai 🙂

    Now I have a few more destinations in my list for the nest trip…

    Thanks a lot for sharing 🙂


  2. Bhimraj Ramteke says

    Hello friends
    Mumbai is always an intresting place. Its is city for dreamer who comes to Mumbai with dreams in eye and ambition to do something. This is only place where one came become very wealthy or one can go its down stage akso which depend upon his luck and hardwork. I comleted graduation and post graduation from Mumbai. And sprit of Mumbai ignites a new flame in my life. Mumbaikars life style, culture, sprit has taught a modern and updated life for me who came from the small place of Maharashtra. Come to Mumbai for education but it gave degree in most of other field also. So every time in a year i to come Mumbai. There are so may things to say but its not possible. Hence I salute the Amchi Mumbai.
    I am proud to be Maharashtrian and even proud that Mumbai is part of it.
    I 💖 मुबंई
    जय महाराष्ट्र


  3. priyankamoraes says

    Hey, went through your list…wish you luck….do visit Mount Mary Bandra during the week , since the annual fair has commenced today and will be on till coming sunday. Also , the Dr Bhau Ladji Museum is worth a visit…it is truly a gem. We went to kanheri caves three weeks ago and it is splendid in the rains! Happy meandering!!!


    • Thank you Priyanka for giving me important information about Mount Mary Bandra and surely, I will add Br.Bhau Ladji Museum in my list. Just to mention, Today only I have visited to Kanheri caves 🙂 nice place.


      • priyankamoraes says

        Hey Manisha , great that you visited Kanheri ….I hope you discover many more hidden gems in Mumbai


    • Bhimraj says

      Mount Mary fair was a most awaited for us. In a week we used to go 2 or 3 times as its was just a 5 minutes walking distance from collage. Satuarday and Sunday we suerly made it to visit. Then if went with classmate girl then they surely had Pav Baji at Sai Sagar hotel. And when we all boys went then after Mount Mary we definately goes to Bandstand and Bandra fort and Hill Road which was daily time pass for us. Bandra west is memorable place. Just seating at Bandrafort and in Rocks on sea at bandstand and looking at horizon for long time just thinking what we ne t destination.
      One Myth was said by some of localite bandra friends that if girl go with her boyfriend then they will get marry. So we also notice that more vistitors of young age come together to this fair.
      Truth I dont know.


      • It’s nice to know that you had good time in Mumbai 🙂 . The places that you have mentioned in comment, I will surely visit once I will start with exploring Bandra.


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