Colaba has a seaside paved public walk that begins at the Gateway of India, a tall basalt arch built in the 1920s.This passes high-end fashion boutiques and the iconic Taj Mahal Palace hotel, known for its colonial sea-facing tea lounge. Nearby Colaba is lined with decades-old cafes, hip modern restaurants and outdoor stalls selling handcrafted souvenirs.
Colaba The causeway is known for its street shopping - from clothes to bags to shoes to jewelry. The name Colaba is derived from Kolabhat. Colaba was originally a region consisting of two main islands: Colaba and Little Colaba. The island of Colaba was one of the seven islands of Bombay. At the end of Colaba Causeway, it has an art deco jewel, which opened in 1933. You can Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, across from the Gateway. Colaba is known for its touristy feel and you can tell it’s been used to tourists for a long time. There are still plenty of local people living there and going about their days
Colaba is in the main location and it has the Gateway of India, The Taj Mahal Hotel, Marine Drive, and Chowpatty Beach all within a short distance. It also has a Churchgate train station which is the main station that can take you elsewhere in Mumbai.