Marve beach is an ideal choice if you’re craving the sea view, while you plan to go ahead for other weekend plans to other destinations. Why, you ask? Allow us to dwell a bit further.
Think of a beach, and you ought to think sunset while taking a casual stroll alongside the sea. Marve beach, situated in the far end of Malad, is your perfect option. While it has borne the brunt of humans, it’s still one of the better seafronts in the city. It serves as the central point for taking a ferry to Madh Island (some more of city beaches while being the most opted place for shoots), Essel World, Water Kingdom, and Global Vipassana Pagoda – the Buddhist meditation centre. If you have opted to take your own two-wheeler, fret not as you can take your ride on the ferries with you to wherever you’re headed.
Protected by the Indian Navy, this beach offers perfect Instagram-worthy landscapes with a likely armed forces’ vessel in the background. Also, the regular hustle-bustle of the fisherman and other locals who ferry themselves with their produce makes for a great click. The beach is near Malad station. From there, just catch a rick or hop on to bus number 271 or 272. Otherwise, an Ola or Uber will be happy to take you there from just about anywhere.