There are experiences aplenty in Mumbai and Valentine's Day calls for something extraordinary. We scratched our heads so you don't have to Here are a few offbeat date ideas for a fun V-day in the city
A Day Amidst Nature
Love flowers, trees and all things green Make your Valentine&rsquos Day an ode to Nature at Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Situated in Borivali, the park takes you away from the madding crowds and lets you walk, or cycle, around the area, right up to Kanheri Caves.
An Open-Air Movie Experience
Nothing spells date night better than movies and popcorn. And in the pandemic-era, the safest bet is to watch a movie with your date at an open-air cinema. Offering a unique experience, Sunset Cinema Club will bring you handpicked rom-coms, food and beverages to you, right under the stars. PS They are going to be screening Notting Hill on Valentine&rsquos Day
To book tickets https://sunsetcinemaclub.in/mumbai
Take a RO-RO to Alibaug
Look beyond the shores of Mumbai and head to Alibaug for a date night. Sandy beaches and a calming sea breeze make for great companions as you relish a tasty Konkani meal at Sanman restaurant or relish thin-crust pizzas with sun-dried tomatoes at Boardwalk by Flamboyante&mdashwhich overlooks the sea.
A Cycling Tour of the City
Cruise through the streets of Mumbai at a leisurely place and explore your city with a new perspective. From local markets, temples and CST railway station, each pitstop offers information that you might have never known about. With a small group in tow, this tour, which begins at dawn, will bring you and your partner closer as the sun comes up on Valentine&rsquos Day.
To book tickets Mumbai Bike Tours