- Water Kingdom
- Fantasy Land
- Kamla Nehru Park
- Hanging Gardens
- Sanjay Gandhi National Park
- Hakone Entertainment
- Victoria Gardens
- Horniman Circle Gardens
- Flora Fountain
- Mahalaxmi Racecourse
- Cross Maidan
- Essel World
- Wankhede Stadium
- Brabourne Stadium
There is something for all. Mumbai ensures that your entertainment barometer never takes a dip. The city offers mega entertainment scopes at Essel World. It is Mumbai's only international style theme park and scintillating amusement center that is located close to Gorai Beach, Essel World is the place to be for all in love with racing their adrenaline to the maximum.
Adjacent to the Essel World is the Water Kingdom, Asia's largest theme water park. With several of enchanting games the Water Kingdom lure the adventure-laden people from all strata of society. You can also plan a visit to Fantasy Land, quite close to the Essel World that offers a host of entertainment rides for those who enjoy nerves gushing sports.
For those looking for entertainment at rather calming pace, Kamla Nehru Park is the place to be. Perched at the top of picturesque Malabar Hill, Kamala Nehru Amusement Park is popular among both kids and adults. Near to Kamala Nehru park is the Hanging Gardens cascading down the Malabar Hills, providing a calming view of Sunset over the Arabian Sea, an ideal locale for family outing and healthy stroll amidst the vibrant greenery.
You can also plan a safari right within the city limits thanks to the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, a picturesque location in the verdant hilly regions of Borivali in Mumbai. Also known as Borivali National Park, it harbors a varied species of flora and fauna.
When in Mumbai, Hakone Entertainment is a hot seat of complete entertainment and perfectly suited to chill out. Mumbai has Hakone Entertainment centers at Hiranandani Gardens in Powai and Hiranandani Estate in Thane. These centers offer a wide gamut of magnificent and latest Video games, redemption and tempting prize winning skill games.
You could also trip down to Victoria Gardens or Rani Jijamata Udyaan located at Byculla in the heart of Mumbai. Victoria Gardens is essentially a Zoo and houses the Victoria and Albert museum, a rich repository of Mumbai's industrial and agricultural past. You may also love to visit Horniman Circle Gardens, a mega park in Fort District of South Mumbai that is surrounded by premier banks.
No one can remain untouched with the hypnotic aura of Flora Fountain on D.N. Road whose aesthetically architectured white marble statue has a jutting fountain that add sense to the chaos that surrounds this commercially active place.
Mumbai also offers an exhilarating drama that unfolds between November and February each year on the Mahalaxmi Racecourse, a place where the city's glitterati converge amidst the thrilling Derby race. Mumbai also has vast open spaces like Cross Maidan that is now bustling ground for shopping and eateries. Here is the popular Khau Gali that has all kind of delicacies for you to relish. And of course Mumbai is also home to international playgrounds like Wankhede Stadium and Brabourne Stadium that hold exciting cricket matches.