The world is a part of South Mumbai extending from Haji Ali to Prabhadevi. The sea face is one of the top places to experience the epic Mumbai monsoon watching the powerful sea waves rising on the road. The Worli Sea Link is the favorite hangout spot for the visitors. Situated adjacent to the stunning Arabian Sea with the picturesque Sea Link, Worli Sea Face is a fitting alternative to the usually crowded Marine Driver. Since the late 1970s, this region has been one of the active offices stretches in Mumbai. The region also has The Palais Royale- one of the tallest buildings in India. Other than being adorned by modern architecture, the Sea Face allows you to spend some time enjoying the sea breeze and a panoramic view of the city.
Best Time monsoon is the best time to go. the waves hitting the side walls gives huge splashes of water. great place for long walks in the morning and in the evening.
Worli, Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400030, India
opening and closing time
monday to Sunday up to 24 hours.
Do visit with your family and friends one of the best places to spend time with family and close ones in the evening time.
For an unhurried stroll by the sea, in a secure and peaceful place.. this is it. Not as crowded as other places.
It was a sea sidewalk in, very nice quiet secure, very refreshing, enjoy the distant view of the city -
Near By Attraction
Haji Ali Dargah
Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link
Dadar Railway station is the nearest station of Worli Sea Face. The distance between Dadar Railway Station and Worli Sea Face is 7 km or 4.3 miles or 3.8 nautical miles
It takes 8 minutes to travel from Dadar Railway Station to Worli Sea Face. The approximate driving distance between Dadar Railway Station and Worli Sea Face is 7 km or 4.3 miles or 3.8 nautical miles. Travel time refers to the time taken if the distance is covered by a car.
Application Availability Which Saves Some Money
Zomato, Swiggy(best service for delicious food)
Uber, Ola(best service available for a cab up to 24/7 hours)
Interesting facts about Worli Seaface
The Bandra Worli Sea Link was conceptualized in the late ’90s to be India’s first eight-lane, cable-stayed freeway over the open sea. However, it faced several Public Interest Litigations from fishermen and environmentalists who were against the construction of the sea link. Despite moving pleas to the Supreme court which got dismissed, there were several changes in the design that led to the increase in the cost of construction of this revolutionary bridge. The final costs ballooned to Rs 16.5 billion from Rs 13.06 billion,
One of the coolest facts about Mumbai’s much-loved bridge is the fact that its weight is equal to the weight of 56,000 African Elephants put together, after all, 90,000 ton of cement was used to build this beauty. And if this isn’t too cool, how about the fact that all the steel cables put together would probably be as long as the circumference of the earth and each one of them is strong enough to hold 900 tons of weight. Over Rs 90 million is spent on illuminating the sea link.