No Money, No Problem: 5 Things You Can Do For Free In Mumbai

Sarjana posted on 12 January

Ten-Second Takeaway

The city of dreams never disappoints, but I heard someone saying that you can’t enjoy Mumbai if you don’t have a loaded wallet, which is completely false. So, to prove this wrong, here are 5 things you can do in the city for free, because Mumbai doesn’t need money to show how life runs in its every vein.

Step Away From The Chaos And Take A Walk Down Ranwar Village

The quaint village consists of bungalows on each side, divided by Veronica Street. We always talk about how magical Waroda Road and its eateries are, but if you stray from the usual route, you’ll stumble upon something magical. The streets of Ranwar Village are almost like like a river’s tributaries, all venturing into a peaceful place.

Read more about it here.

Spend A Day In Khotachiwadi To Find A Part Of Goa In Mumbai

Khotachiwadi is a small Portuguese-Catholic hamlet in Girgaon with the kind of colourful bungalows, guitar-playing locals and food that’ll remind you of Goa. Colourful bungalow-cottages built in the typical Portuguese style take up residence besides the tiny lanes there. You can interact with locals, visit churches and eat very famous wafers from an iconic shop.

Read more about it here.

Spot Some Flamingos

Flocks of flamingos can be found in Mumbai during their season which is usually from December to May. If you want to sight these tall-legged birds, you can find them from the Thane Creek to the Sewri jetty area till the Elephanta caves area, which is a 15-20 km stretch.

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Attend Free Plays, Gigs And More At QTube In Bandra

Qtube Cafe is a unique space in Mumbai for everyone – they offer free WiFi, free coffee and come with no judgement. Supported by the NSPA group and a corporate firm – Qtube cafe hosts a variety of plays, live gigs and more. It’s a perfect place for a blogger’s meet, to artists meeting up to just jamming with fellow artists.

Read more about it here.


Moray House, Ground Floor, Shop 3, Next To TATA Power, SV Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

Soak In The Bird's Eye View At Sion Fort

Just about 500 meters away from Sion station sits the Sion Fort. It’s a blessing in disguise for those looking to hear the chirping of birds, feel the gush of clean air and a bird’s eye view of the city.

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Near Rajarshi Shahu Sr. College Of Art Commerce & Science, Off Sion Flyover, Mumbai