Attractions Near Worli
When it comes to attractions in Worli and around the Worli sea link, you’re definitely not short of things to do. Top on the attractions list is the Worli promenade, which invites early morning joggers, dog walkers and lovers strolling hand in and on most days of the week while others visit Worli for activities like temple visits and even bowling. The area has such a diverse offering, you’ll definitely find something to do while you’re here.
Check out the impressive sea link bridge and enjoy a stroll in a much cleaner part of the city when you stroll down the Worli Promenade. Looking out at the Arabian Sea, the Worli Promenade is dotted with contemporary sculpture and plenty of people watching,should you be that way inclined. The best times to be here are morning and evening when the sun is not so intense. Don’t plan a jog here during the day, walking down here then is tough enough.
For a friendly spot of competition, head to Smaaaash Bowling in Worli. This bowling alley offers fun for all the family and plenty of lanes to slot a party into should you want to book in a large group.
Built as a special memorial spiritual teacher Jawaharlal Nehru, the Nehru Centre is an impressive building and top attraction for many visiting Worli and the residents of Worli too. Promoting the teachings of Nehru, the centre has a full roster of events including classes and workshops for people to take part in.
Kedareshwar Mahadev Mandir Temple
Built in 1832, this Worli temple is one of Worli’s top attractions. It is one of the oldest running temples in Mumbai and is dedicated to Shiva. Slip off your shoes and step inside for a moment of calm when you’re having a busy week.