The southernmost area of Mumbai spanning from Mahim to Colaba is collectively known as South Mumbai. Due to the numerous business localities and expensive residential areas around, it is the wealthiest neighbourhood in India. South Mumbai is home to some of the most prestigious academic and sports institutions in India.
With the Reserve Bank of India & Bombay Stock Exchange as the two most important financial attractions, South Mumbai is the centre for headquarters of many multinational companies. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and Churchgate which serve as two of the most important points of railway transport are located in South Mumbai. One of the most touristic place in Mumbai happens to be the Gateway of India which is visited by massive waves of people from all over the country. Other attractions in South Mumbai include the Siddhivinayak Temple, Haji Ali Dargah and The Mahalakshmi Temple which experience a surge of devotees every day. The Girgaum Chowpatty, Worli Sea Face and Girgaum Chowpatty are the most common places to chill after a busy day in the city. South Mumbai will never run out of areas to spellbind visitors.
In Mumbai, also known as a City That Never Sleeps, nightlife is the most basic need for the nocturnal crowd of the city. South Mumbai especially has an overabundance of activities that keep the nights alive. There are cafes and bars to lay back, live music places to jive to, dance pubs to groove, street food bylanes to scout and much more to be indulged for the whole night. The cuisine in South Mumbai is not limited, as this part of Mumbai has people from all parts of the world. One can find every type of food there is from all the corners of the world. In spite of these cultural influences on diet, Vada Pav will most certainly remain as the iconic food for Mumbai.