1. Elephanta Caves- Being a world heritage site this place is visited by many tourists every year. You need to take a ferry ride in order to reach this place. This place has beautifully carved caves with carved idols of Hindu Gods and Goddesses.

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2. Gateway of India- This one is one of the most famous historical sites to visit in India. About 26 m in height this huge gate stands near The Taj Palace hotel and arabian Sea which provides it a beautiful view as well.

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3. Rajabai Clock Tower- About 85 m in height this great clock tower resembles Big Ben in London. This tower is a perfect example of Gothic and Venetian architecture.

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4. Haji Ali Dargah- Haji Ali Dargah located off the sea coast is a very famous Dargah built in Indo-Islamic style. You can also enjoy Qawalli being sung here if you visit it on Fridays.

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5. Asiatic Library- It is one of the most famous and oldest libraries in Mumbai. There are many unique and old books housed in this library. It is a treasure for all the book lovers out there.

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