Mumbai sightseeing tour
After breakfast at the hotel, move on a guided tour of Mumbai. The sightseeing tour will include Dhobi Ghat, Prince of Wales Museum, Mani Bhawan, Gateway of India and Marine Drive. Built in the Indo-Sarsanic style in 1905 in honor of the Prince of Wales, the future George V, the Prince of Wales Museum houses objects collected from Elephanta Island, Jogeshwari caves and collections of sculptures, miniatures and portraits from Indus civilization as well. Mani Bhawan is the house that Gandhi occupied during his visits to Mumbai. It houses a memorial and a museum where you can see photos of the Mahatma and the objects that belonged to him. 26m high, Gateway of India, a basalt monument in the shape of an arch, was built in 1911 on the shore to celebrate the arrival of King George V and Queen Mary in India. It was inaugurated in 1924. Today the Gate of India remains one of the main centers of attraction of Mumbai. Marine Drive is also a popular beachfront promenade. It starts from Nariman Point, runs along Chowpatty Beach and ends in the Malabar Hill’s neighborhood. This is where you get the best views of the bay of Mumbai. The rounded form of Marine Drive earned it the nickname "queen's necklace" because of the streetlights that illuminate it at sunset. After exploring Mumbai, return to Mumbai hotel for overnight stay.