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Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is the second largest, metropolitan city in India. Mumbai is also the entertainment capital of India. There is much wealth and poverty in the city of Mumbai. Despite this disparity, the people of Mumbai always seem to be happy and smiling. Travel to Mumbai India will involve all your senses. From the sights of the city streets, to the smells of the spice markets, you are sure to have memorable experiences in Mumbai. Mumbai will continue to be a major destination for foreign travelers and the most traveled destination in India. It is a city that once you travel to will stay in your heart and mind for years to come.
Mumbai is packed with cultural places, bustling cafes, fine restaurants, delicious street food, eclectic markets and traditional bazaars. Some of India's most famous attractions are in Mumbai. The Gateway of India is one of the most important and historic monuments in India. India’s’ famous Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus train station, rich in Victorian Gothic and Indian Architecture is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the busiest train stations in the India. Other attractions include the famous Haji Ali which is both a mosque and a tomb built in 1431, Mount Mary Church, and the oldest museum in Mumbai, Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum. Elephanta Island houses the historic Elephanta Cave Temples, two Buddhist caves dating back to the 5th century. By far the most popular tourist attraction by far is the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Take in some of the finest public beaches along Marine Drive in the Girganon Chowpatty.