Owing to its vastness in area Mumbai is divided into a number of zones. These zones help travellers to cover various tourist destinations in Mumbai. South Mumbai extends from Mumbai Central to Colaba, including localities such as Dadar, Fort Area, Kalbadevi, Nariman Point, Lower Parel, Tardeo, Apollo Bunder, Mazagaon, Girgaon, Colaba, Churchgate, Mahalaxami, Malabar Hill, Worli, Mahim and Prabhadevi. Being one of the richest and busiest regions in India, South Mumbai is a home to many Business Centers and Financial Organizations such as Ballard Estate, the Reserve Bank of India and the Bombay Stock Exchange.
Most of India's topmost corporate offices are located in South Mumbai which form the nerve centre of Indian Economy, encompassing the famous Dalal Street –the Indian Wall Street. This area encircles many foreign establishments and has a well developed infrastructure, but it still contains old buildings of yester year’s architecture and some interesting tourist haunts. Filled with color & culture, South Mumbai is a home to the elites of Mumbai City.
South Mumbai has a plenty of Business & Luxury hotels to stay; Restaurants, Pubs, Bars & Cafes to booze & dine; Art Galleries & Cinemas for recreation; Shopping Centers for Shopaholics; Institutions & Schools for education; Hospitals, Blood Banks & 24hrs Chemists for Health safety; Book Stores & Library for readers. With the famous landmarks like the iconic Gateway of India, Flora Fountain, Museums, Chatrapati Shivaji Statue, Taj Mahal Hotel and Marine Drive, it remains well liked by people.