Our half-day sightseeing tour of Mumbai includes a visit to the Gateway of India, The Prince of Wales Museum, Victoria Terminus and the enigmatic Dhobi ghats. The Gateway of India was built between 1924-1927 to commemorate the visit to India of King George V in 1911. It remains the most enduring and iconic symbol of the city. The tour also takes us to the Prince of Wales Museum built in 1911; it’s one of the biggest museums in the country. The Victoria Terminus, popularly known as VT, is the major railway station and is considered the most beautiful edifice in the city. The Dhobi Ghats, a washer man’s enclave, provides a very interesting insight into Mumbai’s local and informal sector. This is a fascinating tour that’s not to be missed.