South Mumbai has several heritage buildings. As of 2012, there are 591 registered heritage structures. South Mumbai Heritage District houses many of them. Fort is the centre of activity in South Mumbai. Flora Fountainor Hutatma Chowk has roads from Churchgate and Mumbai CST stations converging on it. The area within a radius of one mile around Flora Fountain is a business district. The best time to see the place will be on Sundays because there will be no madding crowds then. …
Mumbai – The Maximum City is India’s commercial capital and home to Hindi film industry. Major corporate offices, stock exchange and the national financial centre are all concentratedin South Mumbai. It is here that you will find many heritage buildings from the pre-independence era. The buildings have British and European influences.
Bandra Sea Link is a unique cable stay bridge in the waters of Arabian Sea. It connects Bandra Reclamation with Worli in South Mumbai. It runs for 5.6 km over the Arabian Sea. Travel time is 20-30 min. Motorcycles and pedestrians are not allowed on the sealink.
First four lanes were opened to traffic in June 2009. All eight lanes were opened on 24 March 2010. It took ten years to complete and is considered an engineering marvel. It cost USD 280 million to build. Daily traffic count on the bridge is 40,000 vehicles.
This shot was taken from Shivaji Park area. Bandra end of the sealink is seen to the right.