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All reviews marine drive evening walk great place to walk worli bandra cool breeze during high tide long stretch morning and evening nice walk late night fresh air road side excellent place visit this place peaceful place south mumbai promenade
I visited worli sea face for evening jog during my last visit to Mumbai. It is nice to spend evening with family as you can watch sunset in Arabian sea with the back drop of Bandra - Warli sea link. I enjoyed my run.
Although i prefer Marine drive but Worli sea facing is quite nice , especially for morning and evening walks/ jogs. One can also occassionally meet up some Bollywood celebrities ( few of them stay close by).
It is a wonderful place to go to at any point in time if it is not sunny. Slightly crowded in the mornings and evenings if u like to check out...The shore is rocky n has got crows for some reason. Dont even try to...More
A please to walk on the sea face with friends and family !! During monsoon n high tide it becomes mesmerising !!
A must walk !!
One can spend a good time sitting chatting n walking there !!
It is a great place for refreshing walks. You can sit along the sea line and enjoy the refreshing winds there and feel the water splashes as the water hits the rocks lining the sea coast. The ideal time would be late evenings or late...More
Situated on the Worli end of the Bandra-Worli sealink, the long promenade is ideal for walkers. It makes for a good drive for motorists exiting the sea link and continuing towards south Mumbai. The famous Chinese restaurant - Flora - is within walking distance. Another...More
Scenes of Mumbai are incomplete without the postcard views of the Worli Sea Face. A picturesque promenade that overlooks endless blue waters of the Arabian Sea with a distant Bandra Worli Sea Link as the backdrop and the entire Mumbai skyline behind, this neighbourhood close to Mumbai’s favourite Shree Siddhivinayak Temple is where South Mumbai begins. It
is a business district and a major residential area with a number of high-end restaurants, shopping outlets and is inhabited mostly by affluent people of the city. Famous for experiencing giant waves during monsoon season, it attracts locals and tourists alike throughout the year.