If you are a person who is very new to Mumbai, then you may not be aware of Chunabhatti, but people who already visit Mumbai occasionally or people settled down in Mumbai must be well aware of it; where Chunabhatti is a place that is called home to the first cotton mill in Mumbai, and that was established in the year 1886. This place is well known for this, and apart from that, many places are there to visit, and they are mentioned below:-
Bhakti Dham mandir is one of the attractive and devotional temples in Chunabhatti, where the paramount lord worshipping here is Lord Ganapathi, and along with that, lord shiva and many important sculptures have been carved, which been maintained for several decades. The temple is open on all days, where the time is between 6 A.M. and 9 P.M., and special worship is also carried out at this place. Many people also visit this temple during unique festivals like Vinayagar Chathurthi and Navarathiri.
This place is an attractive tourist place, where many people will fall in for good adventures like fishing, boating, kayaking, swimming, and more. A well-maintained lake is here, which is manmade, and it helps you get some good connectivity with water, where the adventures can be done at less cost. Enjoy the Suvit adventures here, where you will have the best experience that cools your body and keeps you warm during the summer season. This place is too good for adults to enjoy more.
Sion Hillock Fort
This fort was built several centuries ago, whereas the Sion Hillock fort is made of solid rocks and stones, and none are made of concrete; this fort is one of the best spots for trekking. No entry fee is collected here, and you get the best experience of walking with your friends, and the best sightseeing is too available here; an excellent place to pick some photographs. Enjoy visiting the fort at any time without any time restrictions.
The Gateway of India was built in the 20th century. This monument was erected to commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary's landing at Apollo Bunder in 1911. One of the main tourist attractions here, where the place doesn’t have any entry fees, and the timing restrictions are also not there. This place is good to watch and, apart from sightseeing, is suitable for taking photographs.
Juhu Beach is one of the longest beaches in India, and this beach is very famous among the locals; you could also encounter many celebrities here. Many shootings have been done here Occasionally, and many food stalls like popcorn, chat items, and many games are also there, especially for kids to have a good time. Entry fees are not required here.
These are the best spots to visit in Chunabhatti, where each place is unique to explore to have some good valuable time with family for more fun.