Gateway of India: It was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay. Gateway of India is a symbol of Hinduism and Islam, so is reflected in its architectural style.
Rajabhai Clock Tower: It’s an adorable display of Venetian and Gothic Style of architecture. Sir George Gilbert Scott designed the clock tower between 1869-1878, but a prosperous broker and the founder of Bombay Stock Market Premchand Roychand defrayed the cost of the tower on the condition that it shall be named after his mother Rajabai.
Bombay Victoria Terminus: Frederick William Stevens designed this spectacular masterpiece of 19th century railway architectural marvel. The railway station was opened on the silver jubilee of the Empress of England in 1887. Now is popularly known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Railway Station.
Mani Bhavan: A prominent center of Gandhi’s political activities, it was here where Gandhi initiated some of the biggest national movements like the Non Corporation movement, Satyagrah, Kahadi and Khilafat Movement, and Home Rule Movement.
Prince of Wales Museum
: A confluence of Gothic and Moorish style of architecture, the Prince of Wales Museum is crowned with a white sparkling dome. A vivid collection of Indus Valley artifacts dating back to 2000 BC, Tibetan bronzes, and Nepali art are bejeweled here.
Hazi Ali: The mosque and dargah situated on the island off the Worli Coast was built in 1431, in memory of a Muslim preacher Syed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. A walk of 500 yards with sea on both sides is the most spectacular highlight of this shrine.
Dhobi Ghat: The traditional laundry of Mumbai is an interesting thing to watch, the Saath Rasta where 200 dhobi families work together and continue to maintain their hereditary occupation.