Oxford Golf & Country Club
Oxford Golf & Country Club is a 350 acres of greens that offer a choice of 305 villas, an 18-hole championship golf course, a golf academy, a country club, luxury service apartments, a business centre & a plush hotel. Situated at a putt's distance away from the heart of town, the Oxford Golf & Country Club gives you the idyllic charm of good old pune along with a lifestyle that a best of metros can only dream of.
Poona Club Ltd
Elegance, style, entertainment, leisure, sports…all this and much more is what comes together at the Poona Club. Primarily a sports club which has almost a dozen sports facilities. The Club located at the heart of the city is a perfect meeting place for members and their guests and has become an inseparable part of their lives
Aamby Valley Golf Resort
Aamby Valley Golf Course has been designed by David Hemstock and Associates (UK) and upgraded and remodeled for championship by PGA DC of Great Britain and Ireland. The golf course has been voted the Best Golf Facility of India for year 2004-2005. The course if fully flood lit and is a sheer visual delight. Situated at 2,700 feet above sea level, it is surrounded by the Sahyadri range of the Western Ghats.
Intercontinental The Grand Resort Goa
Inercontinental The Grand Resort Goa is well known for Goa's only par 36 9-hole golf course that sprawls over 40 acres of manicured lawns. The hotel also provides avid golfers with battery operated golf carts, while golf equipments can be purchased or taken on rent from the two golf shops at the hotel - golf pro and pro shop.
The Elephanta Caves
The Elephanta Caves are a complex of ancient cave temples on Elephanta Island, an hour-long ferry ride from Mumbai. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, Elephanta Island is not only a worthy destination in itself, it also provides a great view of Mumbai's skyline and an escape from the chaos of the city.
Gateway Of India
Mumbai's most famous landmark, The Gateway of India, is situated at Apollo Bunder. It was designed by George Wikket. It was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911.Through this magnificent monument, numerous viceroys and governors were welcomed to India as they disembarked from their steamers, hence the name.
Flora Fountain (Hutatma Chowk)
This marvellous fountain was built in 1869, in honor of Sir Henry Bartle and Edward Frere. It is situated in the heart of the Mumbai city at a junction of five streets. The fountain has a figure of "Flora", the Roman Goddess of Flowers at the top.
This temple is situated very close to the sea off Mahalaxmi. This temple has three beautiful images of Hindu goddesses, Mahalaksmi, Mahasaraswati and Mahakali which are made of gold. During Navaratri festival, devoted Hindus throng this temple in great numbers to offer coconut, flowers and sweets to the goddesses
Mount Mary Church
This is one of most prominent and splendid churches in Mumbai, situated in Bandra (West). During the month of September a week long fair is held which is attended by the people of all relegions.
The Prince Of Wales Museum
This museum stands not too far from the Gateway of India. It has a priceless collection of art, sculpture, china and other antics. Carefully presereved, this mid-Victorian Gothic style building built in 1904 with beautiful gardens surrounding it, is worth visiting in