SEWRI FORTis a fort constructed by Britishers to protect the reigns of Mumbai. It happens to be a great place for migratory flamingos in the month of November and march.
DANA PAANI BEACH, Malad is a little secluded but the serenity is worth every frame. Also, it has great resorts nearby to chill.
THE UNKOWN MUSEUM, in the administrative building of CST, is the in-house railway museum which houses the Great Indian Peninsular Railway and the architect FW Stevens.Cutlery, bells, ticket windows, photos, advertising hoardings, miniature models to see.
KANHERI CAVES being a Buddhist cave is still very well maintained. Lack of much information makes this place not seem very interestingly it is very picturesque and has the best view in monsoons of waterfalls.
SASOON DOCS is one of the oldest docks which are still open to public and the hub of one of the biggest fish markets in the city. Watching the Koli fish community is a delight.
MAHALAXMI DHOBHI GHAT is known for it's hard working people which cleans clothes from Mumbai hostels and Hotels. It is an interesting insight to watch them work in unison with rythematic movements.
CHOTTA KASHMIR in Aarey Milk Colony is a scenic retreat. With the occasional sight of ducks, fresh dairy in the cafe it can be a great picnic spot.
Mumbai is more than just Marine drive and Gateway of India. These are a few of many unexplored territories of this wonder city. You aint travelling unless you go to the uncharted places.