Navi Mumbai Things to Do

Navi Mumbai After Five

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Navi Mumbai formerly known as New Bombay is beautifully designed township developed in 1972. It sets an example as to how infrastructures should be designed from scratch.

It is situated on the western coast of India and very well connected to Mumbai through various routes.

The city has various malls, multiplexes, landmarks and restaurants that provide you with exciting activities and places to hang out with your loved ones.

Best Navi Mumbai Parks

Wonders Park

It is one of the key attraction of Navi Mumbai. This place is visited by people from all walks of life. The main attraction of this park is the replicas of seven wonders of the world.

The park also provides a well-equipped play area for children, an artificial lake and an open-air amphitheater for events.

Entry fees are: Rs.35 for adults, and Rs 25 for children between 5 and 12 years old.

Parking charges: Two-wheeler: Rs.10, Four-wheeler: Rs.50, School Bus: Rs.500

Timings: Open 6 am–12 pm and 3 pm–9 pm.

Location: Nerul, Navi Mumbai


Central Park

Since it’s opening in 2010 it has become a go-to place for people looking for a green haven to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

The park is equipped with facilities such as a 1.5-kilometer walking track, a botanical garden with beautiful flowers and an open-air amphitheater for events.

Timings: Open 6 am–9 am and 5 pm– 8 pm.

Location: Kharghar, Navi Mumbai


Rock Garden

This park is another wonderful place to hang out with your loved ones. The park has monuments carved out of rock hence the name Rock Garden.

It is spread over 400 square kilometers of lush greenery, the garden includes children’s playing area.

It has a massive statue of the famous Saint Gadge Baba above the foundation stone. The various plantations in this garden are named after zodiac signs and star constellations.

Entry fees are: Rs.5 for adults and Rs.2 for children between 5 and 12 years old.

Timings: Open 5:30 am–10 am and 5 pm–9 pm.

Location: Sector 21, Nerul, Navi Mumbai


Nerul Lake

Nerul lake is also called the Jewel of Navi Mumbai because of its beauty which attracts a lot of tourists. It has a 2.6-kilometer jogging track by the lake that is made entirely of stone where you can take a walk beside the lake.  

Location: Nerul, Navi Mumbai


Best Navi Mumbai Malls

Inorbit Mall

Inorbit Mall is situated at a walking distance from the Vashi railway station. It is the favorite mall of residents of Vashi.

There are a lot of shops and brands to shop from and it also contains a big food court to satisfy the hunger of its customers. Inorbit

Parking charges:1 hr – Rs 30 ( Rs10 for additional hour).

Timings: 11 am – 9.30 pm

Location: Vashi, Navi Mumbai


Seawoods Grand Central Mall

Seawoods Grand Central Mall was opened in 2017 but it has become a favorite attraction of not only locals but also tourists.

It is spread over 40 acres or 1 million sq feet of lands and is 4 floors high along with other features such as retail stores of top brands such as Globus, Baggit, etc. as well as co-working spaces. It also has a plethora of food options with over twenty restaurants to dine at.

Timings: 11 am – 10 pm

Location: Seawoods, Navi Mumbai


Raghuleela Mall

Raghuleela mall is one of the oldest malls in the Navi Mumbai city located near Inorbit mall. It is a four-storeyed and fully air-conditioned mall.

The mall has various theme-based restaurants such as Coconut Grove, Umrao Jaan and Village Restaurant where you can enjoy a meal and also visit the famous Cinepolis theatre.  

Timings: 10 am – 9 pm

Location: Vashi, Navi Mumbai


Best Navi Mumbai Landmarks

Utsav Chowk

One of the popular landmarks in Navi Mumbai is Utsav Chowk. The architectural inspiration of the chowk is a mixture of Greek and Roman styles.

It also has a fountain and a garden which adds to its aesthetic beauty. Visitors are provided with sitting spaces who want to relax and spend some time admiring its beauty.

Location: Kharghar, Navi Mumbai


Palm Beach Road

It is actually not a landmark but a 10 km long road with a wonderful view that connects Vashi, Belapur, and Sanpada. It is a six-lane road with beautiful surroundings. The road is long, smooth, clean, neat and cars can travel swiftly on this road.



The ISKCON Temple of Kharghar built on 8 acres of land was started in 2012 with the aim of bringing the teachings of Lord Krishna and Hinduism to the people of Navi Mumbai. They offer Vedic education and provide cultural centers.

It is surrounded by beautiful Sahyadri hills. The temple provides free meals to the underprivileged on certain days.


Shri Venkateswara Swamy Temple

If you want to see a South Indian modeled temple then Shri Venkateswara temple is one of the temples you should visit. Besides Balaji, the temple also pays tribute to Lord Narasimha, Lord Ganesha, and Lord Vishwaksena.

The best part is that the temple is situated very close to Nerul railway station.


Mini Seashore

The Mini Seashore is one of the best places to visit in Navi Mumbai. People usually visit this place during the morning and evening when the weather is usually cool. You can also find food stalls selling various types of foods and snacks.

Location: Vashi, near Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Navi Mumbai 400703, India


Best Navi Mumbai Restaurants and Pubs

Rude Lounge

It is a popular chain of pubs which daily offers on drinks. It was one of the first pubs to introduce concepts such as ‘ladies night’ and have live performances. The Rude Lounge has two locations in Navi Mumbai: Vashi and Belapur.

Location: Belapur


The Angrezi Pub

The Angrezi Pub is famous for vintage decor, dimmed lighting, loud music and its amazing DJ night.

Location: CBD Belapur


Barbeque Nation

One of the best places to experience the barbecue food in Navi Mumbai. Barbeque Nation also offers Vegetarian-Friendly, Vegan Options, Halal, and Gluten Free food.

Location: Nerul


What other places would you like to mention which we have not covered? Let us know in the comments section.

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