It looks beautiful in night as it have focus lighting on it. In the dat time, it's the only place to get ferry to the Elephants caves. It gives a beautiful view of The Taj Hotel.
About Gateway of India
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Constructed in the memory of King George by British. It was a entry point by sea route to Mumbai. Now it serves as place for Joyrides on the sea and travel to places close to Mumbai by sea route.
It was fascinating to stand beside the Gateway where the British troops left India in 1948 liberating India from British rule and also where Queen Mary and King George entered Mumbai.
This is located in a lovely part of the city and can be used for a meeting place, photos. It also has some good history behind it. This is just one of these such gates in India.
I enjoy visiting the gateway of India every time I am in Mumbai, however I feel as though it is forever overcrowded-you can never seem to take that one perfect picture and for some reason some individuals will always seem to approach and continuously bug...More
Gate way of India one of the most attraction in the Mumbai. it's kind of end of the land of Mumbai here you can enjoy boat,ship ride here for Half n hour and you can go to Alibaug or eliphebta caves tooo . I recommend...More