Romantic things couples can do in Mumbai

Romantic things couples can do in Mumbai

Exploring things is the best way a couple can come closer. There are numerous ways in which a couple can spend time together, like taking long walks, travelling, and watching sunsets together. Little moments like sharing an ice-cream, running along the beaches, and eating delicious food make for the best of memories. After a long day, what more does one want other than the company of his beloved? Mumbai is known to be a traveller’s paradise with its rich heritage. This city is a perfect balance between the old and new. While in the city, do not forget to check out numerous hotel deals in Mumbai so that you can travel while saving money. Here’s a list of things you can do in Mumbai with your loved one.

Walk along the beach at Madh 
Located in the western suburbs in Mumbai, the Madh-Marve beach is the most scintillating place you can take your partner. With its clean and vast stretches of sand, it is easy to get lost in the magic of this beach. With the cold breeze in your hair and the waves touching your feet, you and your partner will find it difficult to leave this beach. You can even visit the Madh Fort and bask in the wonders of the sea that it overlooks.

Take a stroll at Marine Drive

Who doesn’t know Marine Drive? It is the first place that every person runs to after coming to Mumbai. Despite being crowded all seven days of the week, this 3.6 kilometres boulevard has a place for all. The calmness of the sea and the sound of crashing waves send you in a quiet trance. Holding the hand of your loved one, talking and walking along this C-shaped road is all you need to end your romantic evening.

Cycling at Sanjay Gandhi National Park

There is no better way to spend a romantic date than to be amidst nature. Lush greenery, beautiful lakes, small waterfalls and the one you love; exactly what dreams are made of. Stretched widely in Northern Mumbai, SGNP takes you out of the hustle and bustle of the city. You can visit it early in the morning and cycle your way into the national park. You can even turn your date into an intimate picnic. If you are staying at a hotel near Mumbai Airport, this park will be easily accessible.

Enjoy evenings at Hanging Gardens

The most sought-after places to hang out in Mumbai, Hanging Gardens provides you with a scenic view of the Queen's necklace. Also known as Pherozeshah Mehta Gardens, it is situated atop a hill. The garden is well-maintained and enables you to take intimate walks. A new addition to Malabar Hills is the observatory. It is right beside Hanging Gardens. The observatory is equipped with standalone binoculars which let you take a look at Girgaon Chowpatty and Marine Drive.

Mumbai is a city that will never let boredom hit you. If you are choosing to stay for longer, there are many hotels in Mumbai that will provide you with a car which will take you anywhere you want.

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