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Marine Drive – Mumbai which stretches 3 km along the coast of Arabian
Sea. The mist breaks with the sun rises as early in the morning. In evening, street lights along theroad gives a dazzling look which seems to be rounded like a necklace, shortlycalled 'Queen’s necklace'. It’s been accompanied with the wave that hitsthe rocks around the sea.
As a tourist place associated with the old city nameBombay, Marine drive has completed about 100 years of its tenure for itsconstructions by British Governor 'Sir BattleFrere'. Again the city had been blessed to rebuild it with two greatarchitectural styles famously called as the Victorian Gothic and ArtDeco. Mumbai’s art Deco buildings seem to be included with Marine Drive waterfront– the second largest cluster in Art Deco. Sitting along the coastal line andviewing
the stunning waves with rhythmic breeze takes you away from the real
world. The Palm trees along the road side rounded with light lamps adds
more beauty to the Marine path. People’s are willing to take a night ride along the path of Marinedrive to Chowpatty (the oldest seafront) during sunset.
The lights at night makethe seafront more colorful and add extra beauty to the Marine path. Peoples of allages like to have a walk along the Marine drive and children's enjoy ridingover the ancient games. The ancient games concludes with the Ferris wheels, merry- go-rounds, fly-by-night astrologers, self-styled tumbler, snake charmers, andtrained monkeys which provides the flavor to the bazaar. People over there enjoy in taking the roadside snacks out of which 'Chowpatty Bhelpuri' is one of therenowned snacks across the street.