Those who come to Mumbai never leave. The city has a magical quality to it, a soul that most other urban centres lack. This sparkling, dazzling city is a potpourri of cultures and languages, a medley of sights and sounds that make anyone who arrives a Mumbaikar. If you live in a PG in Tardeo or a PG in South Mumbai and are stuck by the wanderlust, here are some places you may want to explore to soak in the beauty of the city and its lively spirit.
PG in Vile Parle, Tata Compound
₹29,000 – ₹55,000
PG in Cuffe Parade
PG in Santacruz West, YS UDAI Lotus
₹31,000 – ₹61,000
your-space PG in Powai, Oritel
₹20,000 – ₹22,000
YOUR-SPACE PG in Chunabhatti – Sion
₹19,500 – ₹21,500
Your-Space PG in Hotel Sahara – South Mumbai
₹26,000 – ₹32,000
Your-Space PG in Heritage Building – South Mumbai
₹27,000 – ₹45,000
PG in Sea Side Juhu
₹34,000 – ₹55,000
PG in Vile Parle – JVPD
₹30,000 – ₹36,000
PG in Juhu Shakti Sagar
₹34,000 – ₹50,000
PG in South Mumbai – Tardeo
₹28,000 – ₹55,000
PG in Malad
₹26,000 – ₹27,000
PG in Kurla
₹22,000 – ₹25,000
PG in Kalina
₹28,000 – ₹30,000
PG in Andheri
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The crescent-shaped 3-kilometre long promenade, Marine Drive, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful parts of the city. Apart from offering you some of the most beautiful sea views of the city, this is the place to hang out, stroll, jog, or simply sit and enjoy the city skyline. When the lights come on at sundown, you will know why Marine Drive is referred to as the Queen’s Necklace.
The Gateway of India is certainly Mumbai’s favourite hangout place. Families come here over weekends, and the young and old hang out here by the waterfront, enjoying the beauty of the Arabian Sea and munching on snacks. The architectural beauty of this arch monument lends to its iconic status. You may head to the Gateway of India alone, but you will never be lonely.
A short ferry ride from Mumbai brings you to this grand UNESCO World Heritage Centre. The 7th-century caves and temples testify to the superior aesthetics, architecture, and rock art of medieval India. The beauty of the caves, the island, and the rich history of this centre will keep you coming back for more. If you long for a short getaway from bustling Mumbai, Elephanta Caves must be on top of your list.
Juhu Beach is the Mumbai carnival that never ends. The glitz and glamour of being surrounded by celebrity homes make this one of the favourite beaches of most Mumbaikars. Apart from the upscale neighbourhood, the heart of Juhu is the street food, and the joy rides, that children and young adults love to indulge in. The sunset views and the sand and surf are just what you need to leave a busy week in the past and enjoy your weekend.
A national park built right in the heart of one of the world’s most populous and busy cities? Yes, you heard that right. The Sanjay Gandhi National Park (SGNP) is spread across 103 square kilometres of area and offers serenity and tranquillity that you will be hard-pressed to find elsewhere in Mumbai. With over 270 species of birds, 170 species of mammals, and 1300 species of trees, this is a nature lover’s haven.
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The Hanging Gardens or the Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens is one of the most expansive and beautiful gardens you will find in Mumbai city. These terraced and landscaped gardens are abloom with flowers throughout the year. Pick out a shade and read a book, hang out with friends or family, or enjoy beautiful views of the sun setting into the sea. Whatever you do, Hanging Gardens is sure to become one of your favourite places in Mumbai.
If you are planning to move to the magical city of Mumbai, look up our listings of safe and affordable accommodation options, including PGs near Xavier’s College and PGs near KC.