The city of Mumbai, also known as Bombay, has an incredibly diverse population that speaks over 22 languages and dialects. The city attracts people from all over India as well as from around the world.In 1996, the Government of Maharashtra declared Mumbai to be India’s first City of Culture.
Mumbai is well known for important landmarks such as the Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves, Shivaji Statue, Taj Mahal Hotel, and many more. The city is also famous for its beaches, which are busy during the summer holiday season. The city has several beaches which include Juhu Beach and Versova Beach.
“The City of Dreams”
The city of dreams in Mumbai, India. But this city’s name is too long to remember, so we will refer to it as “the city” throughout the post. It is one of the fastest-growing metropolises in Asia and has a lot to offer for tourists and natives alike.
You can find everything you want in the city — including a huge sky-high shopping mall, as well as an entire island with a private beach, which also includes a boat ride. There are many mansions and palaces in this city that are now transformed into hotels for tourists. If you’re not up for hotels, there are also many backpacker hostels and guesthouses that can be found all over the city.