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‘Tree Top Walkaway’ to be set up at Malabar Hills near Mumbai

There will be an addition of touristic spots in Mumbai as Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has cleared a plan for an elevated walkway through the woods of Malabar Hills which will help people for an unhindered view of the sea.

Reportedly, the walkaway would be around 1.5m wide and 900m long, and once the walkaway is ready one can experience the greenery where they could walk across the canopy through the woods for a spectacular view of the Arabian Sea.

The project is set to be complete by the end of 2021 and although there are many skywalks in Mumbai, an elevated skywalk which is a leisure walkaway is not present and this one coming up near Malabar Hills is one of its kind.

Speaking about this, the Tourism Minister of Maharashtra Aditya Thackery tweeted, “A route for walkers/joggers and tourists alike with a fantastic view and surroundings, coming soon.”

As per reports, the project cost is 10 crore INR will be invested.

This route will offer joggers, walkers, and tourists magnificent views of the sea and surrounding areas. According to the reports, the viewing deck will feature a glass base and the walkaway will be enhanced with a steel body for safety.

The construction of this will begin in the month of October and will be completed by the end of this year.

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