Sea Face, Colaba

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History

  • Marine Drive is located at the Southern tip of Mumbai
  • The island of Colaba was one of the seven islands of Bombay, ruled by the Portuguese Empire
  • They were given as part of a dowry to King Charles II in 1662, the islands became an important region to the British Empire
  • Today, it is a vibrant and bustling tourist hotspot
  • There are a number of shops, restaurants and cafes to enjoy
  • There are also plenty of places to visit around the Sea Face; enjoy the Sassoon Docks, Gateway of India and beautiful views of the Arabian Sea

How to get there

  • The closest stations are Churchgate and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Railway stations
  • From Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) the journey is under an hour – from Vile Parle Railway station to Churchgate Railway station

Explore Mumbai

  • Previously known as Bombay, Mumbai is a major city in India and is known as the business capital
  • Being one of the most populous cities in the world, Mumbai has an estimated population of 22 million people
  • It is famously known as the home of Bollywood
  • A popular city for tourists, there are several attractions such as the Taj Mahal and Sanjay Gandhi National Park to visit
  • You can enjoy and experience authentic Indian dishes at a number of restaurants

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