Worli may be an area in one of the most densely populated cities in the world, Mumbai, but this spot on the water is less frenetic than you might expect of a neighbourhood in Mumbai. Once a fishing enclave and still used by fishermen adopting age-old techniques to earn their living, Worli combines old world charm with a clean, and elegant contemporary feel for residents that want a respite from the madness of Mumbai.
Look to Worli for picturesque promenade walks with views of the Arabian Sea and an impressive sea link cable bridge connecting Worli and Bandra together in a fast route that sees cars head out to see (on the bridge) to then head inland much faster than they might via the city route. Sculptures line the promenade and an old fort stands as a marker of Mumbai’s dense history.
It’s safe to say there are plenty of options for things to do in Worli, should you want to visit, or even become a resident here. From new and exciting places popping up to eat at, to exploring the cultural offering at Worli, there’s lots of places to visit in Worli. Look no further than this Worli neighbourhood guide to find the best of the offering to get started on.