On a trip from Melbourn to Mumbai, you must visit these beaches to enjoy a leisurely time in this most popular city of Maharashtra state.
Roll down to check the finest beaches of Mumbai:
Juhu beach: An affluent beach this coastline of Arabian sea is famed for hosting homes of celebrities. Considered as a non crowdy place, this beach is reachable from Andheri, Santacruz and Vile Parle. Popular for the street side food like bhelpuri, chaat, pav bhaji etc. this place is a true delight for the foodies. You will also find many luxurious hotels and apartments near Juhu. On your trip from Melbourne to Mumbai, you can visit these places and enjoy delicious Italian food.
Known as the 'Beverly Hills of Bollywood' this beach has many residential property of that of famous Bollywood celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Hritik Roshan, Yash Chopra, Rani Mukherji, Hema Malini and many more to list down. So, bedazzled by the heartthrobs of Bollywood and enjoy your time at Juhu beach.
Chowpatty beach: Renowned as the most loved public beaches of Mumbai, this coastal area of Arabian Sea is a picnic place. It hosts the Ganesh Chaturthi celebration every year and the idols of Lord Ganesha are immersed here. Ramlila is also performed here thus being a perfect place for religious events and celebrations. Again, the street side food of Chowpatty gets highest votes for its taste. Chowpatty beach should be a 'not to miss' attraction on your trip from Melbourne to Mumbai.
Aksa beach: Considered as a silent beach this beach is weekend retreat place for the youth. It has numerous cottages and hotels which can be rented by tourists. You can easily reach here from Malad station and even from Madh island, Andheri and Versova. There is a naval base called INS hamla on one side of this beach. Very peaceful and captivating the place is not recommended for swimming as there are strong currents here.
On your trip from Melbourne to Mumbai, you must visit these beaches for refreshing coastal entertainment and food. If you are a water baby, pack your bags this vacation and head straight to Mumbai!
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