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Top recommendations from locals

Natural Feature
“Juhu is an upmarket neighbourhood of Mumbai. It is most famous for the sprawling Juhu Beach. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea to the west, Versova to the north, Santacruz and Vile Parle to the east, and Khar to the south. Juhu is among the most affluent areas of the city and home to many Bollywood celebrities.”
  • 28 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“ Famous For History, Photography, Seeking Experience Fee No Entry Fee Visiting Time 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM on all days of the week Duration of Visit 1 - 2 Hours”
  • 22 locals recommend
Park
“This national park is a natural forest which is in the middle of a city with a habitat of beautiful birds, deers and a butterfly garden. There are beautiful and interesting caves dating back to 1 bc. Lion and tiger safari. A mini train which will take you through this forest. ”
  • 22 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Another amazing place with all the renowned brands. Good for shopping, entertainment, games, A ROLLER COSTER ride and what not! ”
  • 11 locals recommend
Place to eat
“20 minute walk away, a great place to watch some live theatre performances and lounge in a cafe. ”
  • 14 locals recommend
Park
“Seaside park, good for getting some fresh air and take in some great views. ”
  • 10 locals recommend
Landmark
“The Gateway of India, with its regal arches, stands guard facing the Arabian Sea at Apollo Bunder in bustling Colaba area of Mumbai. The most popular tourist attraction, it is the unofficial icon of the city of Mumbai and is a reminder of its rich colonial history as Bombay. The first structure to welcome visitors entering the city by sea, it is popularly called ‘Taj Mahal of Mumbai’. It stands at the end of Chhatrapati Shivaji Marg at the water’s edge. Visited by tourists and locals alike, the gateway and its promenade affords a great view of the boat-studded sea and is the connecting point for boat rides to and from the famous Elephanta Caves. The ‘Elephanta Festival of music and dance’ which was earlier held at the Elephanta caves, is now held in front of the Gateway in March every year. It is often confused with the India Gate in Delhi built in the memory of the 82,000 soldiers of the undivided Indian Army who died in the period 1914–21”
  • 15 locals recommend
Natural Feature
  • 8 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“An amazing place to visit especially if you want to go on a walk and see some history”
  • 13 locals recommend
Place to shop
“One of India's first malls. High end shopping stores and a cinema multiplex. ”
  • 11 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Nice place to spend an entire day within the mall, you can shop, relax, eat, drink, play all under one roof...”
  • 8 locals recommend
Lounge
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“Fine Dining Continental and Italian fare. Thursday bar nights and Sunday brunches are recommended.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“Castella de Aguada, also known as the Bandra Fort, is a fort located in Bandra, Mumbai. "Castella" is a misspelling for Portuguese "Castelo".”
  • 8 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Jehangir Art Gallery is an art gallery in Mumbai. It was founded by Sir Cowasji Jehangir at the urging of K. K. Hebbar and Homi Bhabha. It was built in 1952. Managed by the Committee of Management, the entire cost of this mansion was donated by Cowasji Jehangir.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Lodging
“ISKCON Temple, Mumbai officially known as Sri Sri Radha Rasabihari ji Temple is a temple in Juhu area in Mumbai in India. It is set upon four acres of land and a stone throw away from Juhu Beach. A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the founder-acharya of ISKCON (also known as the Hare Krishna Movement) inspired the construction of one of India’s most beautiful temple of Lord Krishna in Mumbai. The presiding Deities at the temple, Sri Sri Gaura-Nitai, Sri Sri Radha Rasabihari and Sri Sri Sita Rama Laxman Hanuman were personally installed by the founder of ISKCON.[1] The temple is visited by thousands of people and devotees during festive occasions.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Café
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“It was founded in 1871 by Iranis (a term used for Zoroastrians in Mumbai who arrived in India in 19th century, as opposed to "Parsis"). These Zoroastrian Iranians came to India in the late 19th and early 20th century, and many of them opened restaurants now often termed Irani cafés.[7] It first started out as a wholesale cooking oil store and over the years has variously been a restaurant, store and pharmacy (hence the name "Leopold Cafe & Stores"”
  • 8 locals recommend