Mumbai, you call it ‘The City of Seven Islands’ or the ‘Hollywood of India’, is India’s second most-trotted city in India, after Delhi. Every day, millions of people from around the world, seek excuses to visit this city. This is quite evident from the flight and the train booking to and from the city. There are flights, not just from the big, metropolitan cities of India, but also the nearby ones, with the most booked being, the Nagpur to Mumbai, or the Mumbai to Nagpur flights.
With numerous feathers already in its hat, the most beautiful feather in Mumbai’s big bright hat is the Marine Drive. Let’s have a swift drive on the famous Marine Drive of Mumbai.
The Marine Drive (previously named, Netaji Subhash Chandra Marg), famed by the name ‘The Queen’s Necklace’, lies in the heart of Mumbai. What gives it this unique name is the fact that it is built in a C-shape and resembles the same of a huge necklace. During night, with beautiful street lamps adorned along its boundary, and the lights of the Mumbai’s traffic, it embezzles gorgeously, just like a prestigious diamond necklace of a queen. When viewed from a certain altitude, one can experience its grandeur. The view from the sky-kissing buildings along this road is super califragi list icexpialidocious! This is the reason, the real estate value of the Marine Drive is the highest. It also bases the houses of some celebrities. Even the 5-star hotel, The Oberoi is located here. It is also dotted with other famous hotels and restaurants.
Running at a length of 3 km, the Marine Drive is nestled with palm trees along its end. The long road connects the ends of the famous Nariman Point and the Babulnath and Malabar Hill. At the north end of the road, one can visit the Chowpatty Beach. The beach is famous for its bhelpuri and the corns sold here. A pet place to visit my the Mumbaikars, it is very crowded on weekends. The famous festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is also celebrated here in a sassy way.
At the lower end of the road is Walkeshwar, a posh neighbourhood of the city and also the resident of the Governor of Maharashtra.
The scenic beauty of the walkway is breathtaking at sunrise and sunset. It remains flooded with joggers and morning walkers during the morning. People also gather here to play various sports like volleyball and football. It is an excellent place to wander around to catch some relaxing moments, which offer a great respite from the rush of the city life. You can spend quality time here, with a cool breeze running across your faces. It is a favourite spot for the lovers too.
Marine Drive is also a hotspot for various events hosted here. Bombay Marathon, French Festival, International Fleet Review and IAF Air Show are some of them.
It is also a popular site for shooting movies and daily soap operas, and you might catch one if you happen to visit here.
Do not forget to make your way to the city’s pride, the Marine Drive and experience the beauty of nature, amidst the bustle of the city.