A floating restaurant can never go out of style. What’s not to like? The swift waves of the water swaying the vessel, or the gorgeous sunset over the Arabian or the impressive food on offer? The high-concept floating cuisine in Mumbai has caught up and how!Also Read - India’s First High-Speed Bullet Train Set to Run on Track by 2026, Railway Minister Makes Big Announcement

With two of them already huge successes – at Gateway of India and Marine drive respectively, a third will soon be on the horizon. Girgaum Chopatty is where the latest floatel is coming up, to amp up the infinite leisure experience in the mega-metropolis of Mumbai. The floatels could also be used for throwing lavish wedding parties or to enjoy live band performances. It’s only during monsoons that they might face a bit of a problem. Also Read - Maharashtra Covid Update: 17 International Passengers From ‘At-Risk’ Countries Test Positive

The vada pav or pav bhaji stalls are never losing their charm; but now there’s just going to be the best of both worlds available to you. The floatels in Mumbai have a serving capacity of 450 guests and bring the best of Indian and International cuisines to their customers. For those looking for a niche experience, it is definitely worth all the time and money. Also Read - Out Of 30,000 Travellers Screened For COVID, 10 Test Omicron Positive So Far In Maharashtra

In a bid to promote tourism, the Maharashtra Government is also planning to introduce seaplanes to Vidarbha, one of the underdeveloped areas in the state. The initiative is going to have six potential seaplane routes that will be connecting various tourist spots, which will even include wildlife areas in Maharashtra.

With all this development, the buzzing city of Mumbai is going to take the adventure and leisure game a notch higher. Be it dining on the Arabian ocean, or flying over it in a seaplane, there’s not much left to ask.