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Mumbai Activities

What to Do at Mumbai

A pioneer in the entertainment and leisure industry, Mumbai features many different activities for residents and visitors alike. It was in Mumbai that the first 'Yoga Laughter Club' opened – a club that has since spread around the world. A further example: Essel World was the first major water and amusement park to open in India, around two decades ago.

There are plenty of opportunities in Mumbai for visitors to go out and enjoy themselves on its Go Karting tracks – likewise if you are a keen golfer you will have plenty of scope for teeing off in Mumbai's green fairways. Enjoy the myriad choices of activities that Mumbai has to offer.

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Galaxy Entertainment Corporation

  • Location: 462, Phoenix Garden City, at Delisle Road Mumbai.

Go Kart

While smaller Go Karting tracks do exist if you are looking for the best in Mumbai it is advisable to head to the one in Powai. This 600m long track overlooks a lake and is extremely picturesque.

There is the option of using a beginner’s single engine Go Kart and if you feel you are up to a bigger challenge you can switch over to the expert’s faster twin-engine model. The crowds hit the track mostly in the evenings so if you are looking for a relatively relaxed outing it is better to head there earlier in the day.

  • Location: Powai, near the Hiranandani Garden Estate, suburb of Mumbai, about an hour’s drive from central Mumbai.

Joggers Park

A beautifully designed garden with well laid out paths, this park was the place where Mumbai’s first 'Yoga Laughter Club' was started in the 1980s. That it acts as a little reserve of small animals and is near the sea only adds to its allure. Most mornings and evenings you will find groups of regular walkers or joggers at the park. Being a host to rabbits, ducks, geese, parrots and similar animals makes it a very popular outing for children as well.

  • Location: Near Autos Club, on Bandra-Carter Road, within walking distance from Bandra Station.
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Mahalaxmi Racecourse

The Mahalaxmi Racecourse offers horseback riding out of the racing season. The stables are located on the race course and regular coaching classes are also available. If you are just looking for a ride on a beach, try Juhu and Chowpatty beaches. The horses there are docile enough for children and beginners to try. Do remember to bargain and fix a price with the horse owner before the ride to avoid any unpleasantness later on.

  • Location: Mahalaxmi Racecourse, about half an hour from central Mumbai.
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PDR Bowling

Unfortunately bowling has not really caught on in Mumbai and though a lot of bowling alleys opened up, not many of them have survived. Here are the three most popular ones.

  • Location: PDR Bowling. 99, old Prabhadevi Road, about half an hour’s drive from central Mumbai.
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Presidency Golf

The Presidency Golf Course offers an 18-hole course with a par of 72 for men and 70 for ladies. It also has deluxe air-conditioned rooms, a health club, a swimming pool, a couple of restaurants and a conference hall on the estate. This golf course covers around 110 acres and was built in 1827. It is designed after international standards and the 5th hole on the course is said to be its most challenging.

  • Location: On Dr. Choitram Gidwani Road, Chembur, a suburb of Mumbai around an hour’s drive from downtown Mumbai.
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The Bowling Company

  • Location: 17 C&D Phoenix Mills Compound, at Delisle Road in Mumbai.

The Forces Golf Course

Also exists but is for members exclusively, so unless you know a member who is willing to take you there as his guest, you will not be able to play golf there. 

Water and Amusement Parks

Essel World was the first major water and amusement park to open in India, around two decades ago. The park is reached by taking a boat ride to the island on which it is located. It is best avoided in the monsoon season as it can be quite unhygienic at that time.

  • Location: On an island off the Mumbai mainland, approached by regular boat service.
  • Remarks: There are other smaller amusement parks on the outskirts at Thane, and also along the ghats enroute to Khandala. These are off the Mumbai - Pune highway.

Spa

Spa

Most major star-rated hotels such as the Taj Mahal, The Leela, and The Trident offer top-range spa treatments. There are some special places which offer whole day or weekend treatments as well. It is best to get word of mouth references if you are heading to a Spa that is not housed in a five-star hotel. Treatments usually start at around 500 rupees for an oil basic massage and can be astronomical at the luxury end.

  • Location: Taj Spa, the Taj Mahal Palace and Towers, Appollo Bunder, Colaba, South Mumbai, about half an hour from central Mumbai.

Franck Provost Salon and Spa

  • Location: Central Juhu road, opposite JW Marriott Hotel, in Juhu; about an hour from central Mumbai.

Kerela Ayurvedic Health Spa

  • Location: below Marine Drive F, Nilkant Building, Marine lines, about 30 minutes from central Mumbai.

The Leela Health Spa

  • Location: Sahar, Andheri East, around an hour’s drive from central Mumbai.
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