Things to Do in Mumbai for Couples

THE 10 BEST Couples' Activities & Things to Do in Mumbai

Best Things to Do in Mumbai for Couples

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  • Liam T
    Mumbai, India9 contributions
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    Your Mumbai trip is incomplete without visiting this place. Be it day or night, this place has its own unique experience. The view is unlike any other, it's resembles like pearls on a necklace, when seen from an elevated place. But on Hygiene front, they can improve.
    Written 1 March 2024
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  • Rohit1210
    New Delhi, India18 contributions
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    Its a nice place to visit in evening. Light show is running on monument at around 7:30 PM daily. Its quite good and share the history. With lights both Taj hotel and Gateway of India looks great.
    Written 11 February 2024
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  • sonardevika
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India88 contributions
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    What a grandeur! Very well organised Temple.Its an excellent feeling to see the Temple.Highly recommended. The location can be easily reached by Local train , public transport and private car.
    Written 17 February 2024
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  • Flymebabe
    United Kingdom324 contributions
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    Fascinating to watch, and amazing how it’s been built, such a clever piece of engineering again by these clever people of India.
    Written 1 March 2024
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,79,675 contributions
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    This stunning Gothic building is probably the finest example of the ensemble of Victorian Gothic architecture of Mumbai alongside the hlHigh Court of Mumbai and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum. If you have the option of visiting day or night, I recommend visiting at night when the exterior is beautifully lit up.
    Written 11 February 2024
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,79,675 contributions
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    This area of Mumbai is where you'll see most if not all of the major landmarks of the city including the Gateway of India, the Causeway, the High Court of Mumbai, the main Post Office. Some of these are the part of UNESCO sites of Mumbai.
    Written 11 February 2024
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  • Cedric N
    Mumbai, India620 contributions
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    Had been to this historical museum in Gamdevi a few weeks ago. It is visited by locals and foreign tourists. 

    Established in 1955, this museum is dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi. It showcases his life, work and contributions to India's freedom struggle. This historical two storeyed building served as Mahatma Gandhi's residence and focal point of the political activities between 1917 and 1934. It houses a library, picture gallery and memorabilia related to the freedom movement. The entrance fees are Rs. 20 per person and Rs. 10 per student. 

    This museum is open from 9.30 am to 6 pm everyday. Photography is allowed inside the museum. One can purchase souvenirs at the reception desk. However, it was more crowded with foreigners and less crowded with Indian tourists. Had roamed inside the entire museum building, admired the artifacts and got a glimpse of the life of Mahatma Gandhi.

    This museum is an ideal place for families, school children as well as history lovers. It is a must visit and should not be missed.
    Written 28 February 2024
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  • Cedric N
    Mumbai, India620 contributions
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    Had been to this ancient rock cut caves near Mumbai a long back ago. It is located at Elephanta Island.

    These caves are designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is famous for the rock cut sculpture of the Trimurti. There are 5 rock cut caves on the western hill that are visited by tourists. There are 2 rock cut caves on the eastern hill that are unexplored by tourists. One can get views of the surrounding area and the other side of the Island. Beware of monkeys that roam around in the vicinity. One can trek up the hill for 15 mins to get a good view and see 2 large British era cannons. Earlier, the entrance fees were Rs. 10 per Indian and Rs. 300 per foreigner. But, now, it is Rs. 40 per Indian and Rs. 600 per foreigner. There are restaurants nearby. There are small shops lined on the steps. One can walk or ride a toy train to reach the foothill. It takes an hour to reach the island by ferry from the Gateway of India.

    These caves are an ideal place for families as well as history lovers. It is a must visit and should not be missed.
    Written 2 February 2024
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  • T. A.
    Burleigh Heads, Australia3 contributions
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    This is such an underrated place...
    I went in Feb so it was dry and not lush but beautiful nonetheless. I've been to Buddhist caves in many countries in Asia but this was one of the most impressive by the shear size of some.
    I was lucky to have a security guard take me around skipping to the best caves, providing simple indights into Buddhist life 2000 years ago and the use of rooms and shortcutting to the top. Worth the obligatory handout at the end. He demonstrated the auditory delight that is mediative chanting from cave to cave- if you're by yourself you HAVE to do.
    It's only from the top with the perspective of dustance that you can truly appreciate the overwhelming size that is Mumbai- wow!

    I hired a bike for the 5km in-it was hot but could ride almost the whole way (last 200m was fairly steep without gears- hint double check the chain is tight before leaving- mine kept falling off. Not a massive hassle but if you're not used to bike repairs it could be a long walk).

    About an hour from Mumbai- I took an uber rental but there was plenty of transport up there so you can easily just get a tuk tuk and find one back or a taxi.

    Final hint- stretch out- you're in for some steps..
    Written 24 February 2024
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  • Abovetheclouds
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    Coastal views with the skyline are nice but make sure the weather is nice. We went on the wrong afternoon when it was very hazy. Probably best to go in the evening.
    Written 24 December 2023
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  • alifia v
    3 contributions
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    Love the feel of St. Basilica church in Bandra, mumbai!
    I visited here just after the mount Mary festival and it was so beautiful and peaceful!
    Written 7 January 2024
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  • srimanone
    Joshua Tree, CA1,077 contributions
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    Open to all faiths and greeds. Walk in drop shoes off and walk upstairs to temple. Various times for temple offerings and Dieties are clothes changes numerous times of the day. Move yourself closer without fear of disturbing anyone. Very safe environment
    Written 3 February 2024
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  • VINITA DUGAD
    3 contributions
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    Essel World is one of the oldest Amusement parks in India, I have know. Along with Appu Ghar and Fantasy Land, but this one survived.

    I have visited Essel World more than 10 times, and it never gets old. The rides are average but yes, they have added a few more rides as the competition has increased.

    This is good chillout amusement park, not so thrilling but mid-thrill rides and nicely maintained place.

    Location : Mumbai
    Ticket : 900 Rs.
    How to reach : BY car, bus or Ferry.
    Written 15 June 2022
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  • Acineto
    Auckland Central, New Zealand20,164 contributions
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    The causeway just really busy with newer shops as well as a street market and plenty of restaurants. It is quite an experience since the place is very packed with stalls on either side of the footpath, so pedestrians have a narrow path to go in either direction. The road is quite busy, but some people were walking on the street side, but you do lose the experience.
    The stalls sell a variety of items like clothes and accessories to pans and fruit. The shops are also accessible if you're able to get through the crowds to the store entrances.
    There are plenty of things to experience around here and worth a visit if you're in the area, particularly if you have come from the Gateway of India.
    Written 24 January 2023
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  • Sangeeta Shah
    Mumbai, India795 contributions
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    The 18th-century peaceful, divine and beautiful Mahalaxmi Temple, dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, graces the seashore in proximity to the Haji Ali Dargah.

    Temple is clean and well maintained. The temple doesn't offer parking facilities, bus stop around 500 meters away and cabs are available nearby. Shoe stand outside the temple without any charges. you will find shops of sweets, flowers and other goodies nearby the temple.

    Usually crowded and there is a huge queue. Have to wait for 30 min for darshan.
    Inside the temple premises, photography is not allowed, ensuring a sacred atmosphere.

    Receiving blessings from Mahalaxmi is an enchanting encounter. Upon departing, indulge in lots of the delectable street food options near the temple.
    Written 28 October 2023
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