The Gateway of India is one of the unique landmarks of India that is situated in Mumbai, India. The marvellous structure was constructed in 1924. The monument was constructed to honour the entrance of King George V and Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder in India in 1924.
The coastal town is toured by the ferry that departs from Gateway of India. The place encourages the tranquillity in the atmosphere. Experience the magnificence of Alibag Beach and Varsoli Beach.
Situated near Apollo Bandar, the statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is the symbolic structure denotes the bravery of one of the Shivaji Dynasty warrior. It is approx. 0.1km away from Gateway of India.
One of the oldest churches in south Mumbai denotes the faith and divinity. It is dedicated to the Missionary George H. Bowen in 1889.
One of its own kind, it is a walking food tour and is almost 3 hours. Here, you can explore different Indian cuisines.
You can explore the Colaba Market for shopping. The market consists almost everything comprising from conventional to contemporary.
Though the place is an ever-walking spectacle, still we recommend you to visit the monument during October and March.
From Mumbai suburbs, you can take any local train that leaves for Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station or the Churchgate station. These two stations are closest to the Gateway of India.
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