Marve BeachCurrently Open
- Address: Malad Suburb, Mumbai (Bombay), India
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Beach, Leisure, Family And Kids
Marve Beach - Review
Marve Beach is found in the Western Suburb of Malad. The beach is not ideal for swimming but it is a great place to hang out in the evening.
The sea-breeze and the palm trees are calm and inviting. Although not as popular as other beaches in Mumbai it is certainly a decent getaway. A must try here is a ferry ride into the sea even if you don’t want to go to any of the attractions on the other side. Just travelling into the sea to enjoy the breeze is a worthwhile thing to do in Mumbai. Marve beach, located in Malad has two beaches very close to it. The Manori beach and the Gorai beach are two beaches which are very close to the Marve beach.
All in all, pack some snacks, take it to the beach-side and spend a quiet evening enjoying a lovely sunset and staring deep into the horizon.
Marve Beach Information
- Ship Services to the Essel World and Water kingdom Amusement Parks and Manori are accessible at its north end.
- You can also take your two-wheeler on the ferry to the amusement parks.
Marve Beach Opening and Closing Hours
- This place is open 24 hours.
How To reach Marve Beach by Public Transport
- Malad Suburb
Restaurants Near Marve Beach
- Borivali Biryani Centre
- Radha Krishna
- Garden Court Restaurants
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Things to Know Before Visiting Marve Beach
8.81% of people who visit Mumbai include Marve Beach in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
28.61% of people start their Marve Beach visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Marve Beach
94.76% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Marve Beach
Marve Beach Map
Marve Beach Trips
Marve Beach, Mumbai Reviews
Small beach, you will get ferry for Pagoda/essel world over here but frequency is less, for manori they have ferry in every 10 mins. The beach is stinky because small fishes always there died in sand. Overall if you want ferry or just one Time visit it is good
It's not that much clean, the area is little dirty. But you can enjoy alot for some time, we can't stay more time here. Food is also good only local people send some snacks at reasonable price. Most of the area will occupied by navy and ferry. You can travel on ferry from marvey beach to other side. From marve beach you can see water Kingdom building it's awesome at morning and evening time. At ganapathi festival time all ganapathi statues are drop in thus area at that time very very crowded. It is very easy to reach marve beach, From malad station you will get direct buses to marve beach.
The beach needs cleaning very badly. Very congested it hardly has any space left for visitors. Basically Marve jetty and the land by Navy has eaten up the entire space.
Away from the industrial pollution and the chaotic city life, Marve Beach is situated in Malad, in the western suburbs of Mumbai. Due to the strong tides and currents, it is generally not recommended to swim in the sea waters or even to step aside post evening hours.
Good place, along with manori island, Mumbai best silent place