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Established in 1999, Travel Voyages is an IATA accredited travel agency, affiliated with TAAI & TAFI, with two offices, one in Mumbai and the other in Pune. We became a franchisee of the Lufthansa City Centre International on 1 January 2010. The Lufthansa City Centre is the largest worldwide travel agency organization of its kind. As a global franchise company, Lufthansa City Centre combines flexibility and competence with economically independent entrepreneurs under the umbrella of Lufthansa. Headquartered in Frankfurt/Main in Germany, the wor ... More

Established in 1999, Travel Voyages is an IATA accredited travel agency, affiliated with TAAI & TAFI, with two offices, one in Mumbai and the other in Pune. We became a franchisee of the Lufthansa City Centre International on 1 January 2010. The Lufthansa City Centre is the largest worldwide travel agency organization of its kind. As a global franchise company, Lufthansa City Centre combines flexibility and competence with economically independent entrepreneurs under the umbrella of Lufthansa. Headquartered in Frankfurt/Main in Germany, the worldwide Lufthansa City Centre offices are to date represented by more than 600 offices in 80 countries. Since its launch in the year 1991, the Lufthansa City Centre has become one of the fastest growing travel agency chains in the world. The key factor of success in todays significant Lufthansa City Centre network is the strong franchisee concept which can tackle the challenges thrown up by an ever-changing environment with continuous globalization and market concentration. ... ...Less

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"Maximum City" and "City of Dreams" are two names that have been given to Mumbai in recent years, reflecting the city's extreme contrasts and opportunities it offers. Now India's financial capital and home of the Bollywood movie industry, it's hard to fathom that Mumbai was once a group of seven uninhabitable swampy islands. The indigenous Koli fishing community were the main occupants until the British acquired the land from the Portuguese in 1662, as part of a dowry, and rented it out to the East India Company who developed it.

Bombay really started flourishing in the 1800s, after the swamps had been filled in and the islands joined together. They city's name was changed to Mumbai in 1995, to reflect its Maratha heritage and honor the goddess Mumbadevi, who the Kolis worshiped. 

Over the years, many migrants have flocked to Mumbai in search of employment, making it the most culturally diverse and cosmopolitan place in India , and the most over-populated. Not only does the city have one of the largest slums in Asia, one of the country's wealthiest businessmen lives there in a home estimated to cost up to $2 billion. The city's current landscape is made up of a curious mix of age-old infrastructure , Gothic-style British heritage buildings , swanky shopping malls, and skyscrapers.

This comprehensive itinerary for one week in Mumbai covers both popular and lesser-known attractions and will give you deep insight into the city and how it functions.

Ideally, stay somewhere in the Colaba or Fort districts of south Mumbai, which are the main downtown tourist areas. For luxury accommodations , look no further than the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel . Otherwise, choose from these top cheap hotels and guesthouses or budget hotels .

There's no need to hire a car and driver to get around, as cabs are plentiful and will usually go by the meter, without quoting inflated prices for tourists. If you're using your cell phone in India . Uber is also a convenient and inexpensive option.

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9 a.m.: Leisurely start the morning with a traditional Indian breakfast at the legendary Olympia Coffee House ( Rahim Mansion, Shahid Bhagat Singh Road, commonly known as Colaba Causeway, opposite Leopold's Cafe, Colaba ). This old-style Irani cafe, established in 1918, is renowned for its keema pav (spicy minced mutton with bread). If you're not so adventurous, order coffee or chai (tea) with egg bhurji (scrambled egg with spices) and bun maksa (buttered bread roll).

9:30 a.m. : Wander over to the Holy Name Cathedral ( 19 Nathalal Parekh Marg, formerly Wodehouse Road, Colaba ) on the road behind Olympia Coffee House. It was completed in 1905, and its Gothic Revival style of architecture is magnificent.

10 a.m.: Spend some time exploring the lanes, buildings, boutiques, and street market around Colaba Causeway . The British started developing the area in the 1800s, and its architecture ranges from ornate Colonial style to more recent Art Deco style (Regal Cinema and Dhanraj Mahal). Avante Cottage Craft ( Shop 12, Wodehouse Road, Indian Mercantile Mansion, Colaba ) is one of the best places to shop of handicrafts in Mumbai . The Clove The Store ( 2 Churchill Chambers, Allana Road, Colaba ) recently opened in Colaba's Art Deco quarter. It stocks fashion and lifestyle products from various Indian designers, plus Ayurvedic wellness brands. Good Earth ( 2 Reay House, BEST Marg, Colaba ) has a reputation for gorgeous home decor and apparel. The Palms Spa ( Dhanraj Mahal, CSM Road, Colaba ) offers fabulous massage treatments, facials and scrubs.

12:30 p.m.: Have lunch at iconic Leopold Cafe on Colaba Causeway. This infamous restaurant opened in 1871 but rose to notoriety in Gregory David Robert's epic book Shantaram , published in 2003. It was also attacked by terrorists in 2008, and the bullet holes remain visible in the walls. You'll be going there for the atmosphere more so than the food .

1:30 p.m.: Walk to the landmark Gateway of India, one of Mumbai's top attractions , five minutes away. From there, take a two-hour boat cruise around Mumbai Harbor . Some options include this one offered by Wandertrails, and this one offered by Thrillophilia .

4:30 p.m.: Head to the grand Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel opposite the Gateway of India, and treat yourself to an elaborate high tea at the Sea Lounge . This luxury hotel was built in 1903 and has a multifaceted history, ranging from accommodating royalty to being held under siege for three long days during the 2008 terrorist attack. Sit by the window and enjoy an expansive view across Mumbai Harbor and the Gateway of India.

5:30 p.m.: Stroll along the Strand Promenade (officially renamed PJ Ramchandani Marg) from the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel to the Radio Club. Enjoy a sun-downer overlooking the harbor at the newly renovated and now upmarket Bayview Cafe ( Hotel Harbor View rooftop, 25 PJ Ramchandani Marg, Colaba ) or  Cafe Marina ( Sea Palace Hotel rooftop, 26 PJ Ramchandani Marg, Colaba ) next door. Both are similarly priced.

8 p.m.: Have dinner at a restaurant in Colaba . For a lively hangout place with a jukebox and beer, choose Cafe Mondegar ( Metro House, near Regal Cinema, Colaba Causeway ). If you'd prefer fine-dining global cuisine, The Table ( Kalapesi Trust Building, opposite Dhanraj Mahal, below Hotel Suba Palace, Colaba ) is recommended. Imbiss Meating Joint ( 3 Pipewala Building, opposite Camy Wafers, 4th Pasta Lane, Colaba ) is a hidden gem that specializes in German cuisine and exotic meat dishes. Otherwise, Delhi Darbar ( 10/14 Holland House, Colaba Causeway ) is popular for north Indian cuisine.

10 p.m.: Don't feel like sleeping? Have a nightcap at The Bar Stock Exchange ( 22 MB Marg, Apollo Hotel, behind Regal Cinema, Colaba ), where the prices of drinks fluctuate according to demand. Or, try the trendy Colaba Social ( 24 Glen Rose Building, BK Boman Behram Marg, behind Taj Mahal Hotel, Colaba ), 

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8 a.m.: Begin the day by going on Khaki Tours' Fort Ride Urban Safari to explore Mumbai's heritage precinct. This unique 15-kilometer, 2.5-hour trip in an open-top jeep commences at the Town Hall and covers more than 100 heritage buildings.

11:30 a.m.: Be at Churchgate Railway Station to see the famous dabba-walas in action. They exit the station between 11.30 a.m. and noon, carrying large trays of tiffins with food that will be delivered to Mumbai's office workers.

Noon: Take a cab to the Kala Ghoda Art Precinct about 10 minutes away, and have lunch at one of the many restaurants there. Trishna ( 7 Saibaba Road, Kala Ghoda ) serves some of the best south Indian coastal cuisine in Mumbai. Khyber ( 145, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda ) has won awards for its Northwest Frontier dishes and has regal Afghan-inspired interiors. If you're feeling really hungry, try the traditional vegetarian thali (platter) at Chetana ( 34 K Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda ). Alternatively, cool Kala Ghoda Cafe ( Bharthania Building A Block, 10 Ropewalk Lane, opposite Trishna restaurant, Kala Ghoda ) is ideal for a light bite and coffee or specialty teas. For healthy gourmet food dine at The Pantry ( Yeshwant Chambers, Military Square Lane, near Trishna restaurant, Kala Ghoda ) or The Nutcracker ( Modern House, Dr. V.B. Gandhi Marg, opposite One Forbes Building, Kala Ghoda ).

1:30 p.m.: Spend the afternoon exploring Kala Ghoda. If you're interested in art, don't miss the Jehangir Art Gallery , Museum Gallery, and National Gallery of Modern Art (tickets are 500 rupees for foreigners and 20 rupees for Indians. Open until 6 p.m. except Mondays). Tea lovers must visit the Sancha Tea Boutique ( Store 2A, 11A Machinery House, opposite Trishna restaurant, Kala Ghoda ). Kulture Shop ( 9 Examiner Press, 115 Nagindas Master Road, Kala Ghoda ) sells funky products by leading Indian graphic artists. The handwoven Indian clothing and textiles at Fab India ( 137 Jeroo Building, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda ) are popular. You can also easily fill in a few hours at the extensive Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya , formerly the Prince of Wales Museum (tickets are 500 rupees for foreigners and 85 rupees for Indians. Open until 6 p.m. except Mondays). It has incredible Indo-Saracenic architecture.

7:30 p.m.: For dinner, have an authentic regional Indian meal in the home of a local. It's a fantastic way of experiencing Mumbai's eclectic culture. In the Colaba area, choose from Bihari cuisine cooked by Chandana or Bohri cuisine cooked by Nafisa.

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8 a.m.: Visit Mumbai's dhobi ghat ( next to Mahalaxmi railway station, Doctor E Moses Rd, Mahalaxmi , central south Mumbai ) to see the morning washing activity. This massive open-air laundry was founded in 1890 and is the largest in the world. It's even earned a mention in the Guinness Book of Records! Tourists can go inside and take photos by paying a small fee to one of the local guides at the entrance.

9 a.m.: Walk 30 minutes or take a cab to Haji Ali Dargah ( Dargah Road, Haji Ali, central south Mumbai ), situated in the ocean off the coast of Mumbai. This 15th century mosque and tomb contains the body of wealthy Muslim merchant and Sufi saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, who built it after a trip to Mecca inspired him to change his life. If the tide is low, you can follow the path out to it.

10 a.m.: Grab a fresh juice from Haji Ali Juice Center and take a cab to Banganga Tank ( Walkeshwar Road, Teen Batti, Malabar Hill , south Mumbai ), via Pedder Road. Look out for Antilia , the towering uber-luxury residence of Indian businessman Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries. It has more than 20 floors, and is thought to have cost $1-2 billion to construct.

10:30 a.m.: Explore Banganga Tank, the oldest continually inhabited place in Mumbai, which is now surrounded by modern high-rise apartment buildings. It's a good idea to go on a guided walk of the area to learn about it. Or, if you'd like to spend more than two hours there, Khaki Tours' Banganga Parikrama walk is excellent and in-depth.

12:30 p.m.: Stop by the Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain temple ( Ridge Road, Walkeshwar, Malabar Hill, south Mumbai ) and marvel over its ornate sculptures and paintings. The temple, constructed in 1904, also has two colorful stone elephants flanking its entrance.

1 p.m.: Have a tasty and inexpensive vegetarian south Indian lunch at Dakshinayan ( Walkeshwar Road, near Ridge Road intersection, Walkeshwar, Malabar Hill, south Mumbai ), only a few minutes away on foot.

2 p.m.:  Retrace the life of Mahatma Gandhi, and his role in fighting for India's freedom from British rule, at Mani Bhavan ( 19 Laburnum Rd, Gamdevi, south Mumbai ) where he stayed while in Bombay from 1917 to 1934. This small museum contains various exhibits of photos, letters, and documents.

3 p.m. : Step back in time at historic Khotachiwadi village ( near Charni Road station in Girgaum , south Mumbai ). This characterful village dates back to the 1800s and has wooden Portuguese-style bungalows that are more than 100 years old. Unfortunately, only about 25 of them remain. The most notable ones are 47G (where distinguished Indian fashion designer and heritage activist James Ferreira lives), and 57 (where guitarist Wilfred "Willy Black" Felizardo lives). James recently opened a bed and breakfast in part of his home, and is always willing to chat to people about Khotachiwadi if he's free.

5 p.m.: Catch the sunset at Girgaum Chowpatty on Marine Drive, and sample some classic Mumbai snacks from the food stalls on the beach. This city beach is a popular evening hangout spot for Mumbai's residents .

7 p.m.: Head to the newly restored Royal Opera House ( Mama Padmanand Marg, Girgaum, south Mumbai ) for a live music performance.

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5 a.m.: It's totally worth getting out of bed early to go on No Footprints' Mumbai by Dawn tour . You'll get to see a completely different, non-touristy side of the city at its old-fashioned wholesale markets, which burst with activity by sunrise. This includes the city's largest fish market at Sassoon Dock in Colaba, newspaper market, and flower market.

8:30 a.m.: Have a hearty gourmet western breakfast at the Bake House Cafe ( 43 Ropewalk Lane, Kala Ghoda, Fort . Behind Rhythm House and opposite the Synagogue ), a classy new all-day diner with an elegant Victorian-era vibe.

9:30 a.m.: Continue your exploration of Mumbai's markets at Crawford Market and Mangaldas Market ( Near CST Railway Station, Lokmanya Tilak Marg, Dhobi Talao, Fort area, south Mumbai ). Crawford Market is housed in an historic Colonial building, and specializes in wholesale fruit and vegetables including spices. Nearby, Mangaldas Market is one of the biggest fabric markets in Asia.

11:30 a.m.: Walk five minutes further north along Sheikh Memon Street to Mumba Devi temple , dedicated to the goddess who Mumbai was named after. It was founded by the city's original inhabitants, the Koli fishermen, who worshiped her. The current temple replaces the initial one, which was demolished in 1737.

12:30 p.m.: Have lunch at Faham Restaurant and Lounge ( Khadak Street, near Zakaria Masjid, Mohammad Ali Road area, south Mumbai ), about a 10-minute walk away. The Mohammad Ali Road area is a renowned non-vegetarian foodie destination in Mumbai, and this atmospheric restaurant serves excellent north Indian and Chinese cuisine.

2 p.m.: Visit Bombay Panjrapole ( Panjrapole Compound, Panjarapole Road, Bhuleshwar, south Mumbai ), a surprising two-acre cow shelter tucked away in the heart of Mumbai's busy Bhuleshwar market district.

3 p.m.: Head to Chor Bazaar ( Mutton Street, between S V Patel and Moulana Shaukat Ali Roads, near Mohammad Ali Road, south Mumbai ), Mumbai's famous thieves market. These days, its shops are overflowing with everything from antiques to junk. It's possible to go on a two-hour guided walking tour of Chor Bazaar.

6:30 p.m.: Catch an evening show at the National Center for Performing Arts ( NCPA Marg, Nariman Point, south Mumbai ). Various Indian classical music, dance and drama productions are held there. Check the website for details of what's on. If you're feeling hungry beforehand, Suzette ( Atlanta Building, Nariman Point, south Mumbai ), is a tiny French-style cafe that makes delicious waffles, crepes, pastries, and pancakes. It has extensive menu of coffees, teas, juices and smoothies too.

9 p.m.: For dinner, either eat at one of the two restaurants at the National Center for Performing Arts , or at the The Sassy Spoon ( Express Towers, Ramnath Goenka Marg, Nariman Point, south Mumbai ). It has funky designer interiors and varied cuisine ranging from modern Indian to Mediterranean.

9 a.m.: Explore Mumbai's incredible Dharavi slum, one of the largest slums in Asia, on a guided walking tour. This is not voyeuristic poverty tourism but rather shows what the residents are able to achieve despite their challenging conditions. You'll get amazing insight into this inspiring community! A popular Dharavi tour is offered by Reality Tours and Travels (900 rupees per person). It departs from Churchgate railway station daily at 9.15 a.m. Part of the proceeds are used to support Dharavi residents. Choose the option to have a home-cooked lunch with a local family afterwards. In addition, make sure you bring extra money for shopping, as you can buy everything from leather goods to fabric at low prices, made by Dharavi businesses.

2:30 p.m.: Take a cab to Worli fishing village (also known as Worli koliwada ), about 30 minutes away. Worli was one of the original seven islands of Bombay, inhabited by the indigenous Koli fishermen. The village has a 17th century fort built by the British, and a haphazard labyrinth of modest homes. British band Coldplay filmed their music video for their single, "Hymn For the Weekend", there. A Mumbai artist has transformed the exteriors of the buildings in the village by painting them bright colors. The village isn't a tourist area, so you may wish to go on a walking tour .

4:30 p.m.: Pay your respects to India's favorite elephant-headed god, Lord Ganesh, at Siddhivinyak Temple ( Corner of Kakasaheb Gadgil Marg and S.K. Bole Marg, Prabhadevi, central south Mumbai ). The temple was built in 1801, and is one of the richest and grandest in Mumbai. Its inner sanctum has a gold-plated ceiling!

5:30 p.m.: Refresh and recharge at cozy Cafe Trofima ( Road 2, Raja Bade Chowk, opposite Raja Rani Travels, Shivaji Park, Dadar West, central south Mumbai ).

6 p.m.: Walk across to Shree Samartha Vyayam Mandir in Shivaji Park ( Keluskar Road , Dadar West, central south Mumbai ), the home of mallakhamb . This indigenous form of gymnastics uses the support of only a rope or pole, and you can see students practice intensely there. If you want to try it, Wandertrails offers a  two-hour mallakhamb workshop.

8 p.m.: Dine on authentic Maharashtrian cuisine for dinner at Diva Maharashtracha ( Lalita Giridhar Tower, Takandas Kataria Marg, Kataria Colony, Shivaji Park, Dadar West , central south Mumbai ). It has regal Peshwa-style interiors and live music.

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8:30 a.m.: A trip to Mumbai would be incomplete without a brush with Bollywood. Go on this half-day Mumbai Dream Tour conducted by No Footprints to get a Bollywood dance lesson, and visit a film studio and sound recording studio. Customized Bollywood film posters can be created upon request.

3 p.m.:  Spend a couple of hours at the nostalgic Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum ( 91 A Rani Baug, Veer Mata Jijbai Bhonsle Udyan, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Marg, Byculla East, south Mumbai. Tickets: 100 rupees for foreigners and 10 rupees for Indians ) and have afternoon tea at the Museum Cafe. The museum opened in 1857 and is the oldest one in Mumbai. It has been beautifully restored and showcases the cultural heritage of the city.

5 p.m.: Kick back with a cocktail or champagne, and admire the sun set over the city skyline from the 34th floor of chic Aer bar ( Four Seasons Hotel, Dr. E. Moses Road, Worli ). It's one of the highest bars in Mumbai, and drinks are half price during happy hours until 8 p.m.

7 p.m.: Have dinner at the The Bombay Canteen or Farzi Cafe , at the Kamala Mills Compound in Lower Parel. Both restaurants are highly regarded for their inventive contemporary Indian cuisine. They're located in Mumbai's hottest new dining destination, developed from a disused industrial area once occupied by the city's cotton mills. Do reserve a table well in advance!

9 p.m.: It's Saturday night, so party on at a bar in the Kamala Mills Compound such as London Taxi, Lord of the Drinks, La Lola, Plum by Bent Chair, or 145 The Mill.

Make the most of the reduced traffic on Sunday by heading north, to suburban Bandra West and Juhu Beach. Often referred to as the "Queen of the Suburbs", Bandra was originally a Portuguese settlement that remained after the British gained possession of the Bombay islands in 1662. This accounts for the suburb's substantial Catholic population and many old churches. Nowadays, multi-faceted Bandra is also home to the city's hipsters and celebrities, who are attracted by its Western influences and liberal attitudes.

If you're feeling adventurous, you can take the Mumbai local train , and use a map to get to Bandra. Board it at Churchgate on the Western Line.

9 a.m.: Drop into The Bagel Shop ( 30 Pali Mala Road, behind Carter Road, Pali Hill, Bandra West ) for breakfast. Don't let the name fool you, this beloved cafe in a rambling bungalow serves a lot more than bagels and is more like a creative community than a shop. Writers, filmmakers, DJs, entrepreneurs and expats all hang out there.

10 a.m.: At the heritage enclave of Ranwar Village, admire the Portuguese ancestral homes and surrounding street art. Start from Nagrana Lane ( off Hill Road, Bandra West) and wander along it to Waroda Road. Turn left at the Birdsong Organic Cafe. Most of the street art can be found on and around Waroda Road, Chapel Road, and Saint Veronica Road up to Mount Carmel Church. The most prominent murals on Chapel Road are the work of the Bollywood Art Project. Wandertrails conducts guided two-hour walking tours of the street art.

Noon: Head to Bandra Bandstand (don't miss the murals of Bollywood actors Amitabh Bachchan and Rajesh Khanna on the corner of Bandstand and Pereira Road). Pose for a photo outside the gates of Mannat , where the "King of Bollywood" Shah Rukh Khan lives.

12:30 p.m.: Sunday Brunch is a big thing in Mumbai and Mediterranean-style Olive Bar and Kitchen ( 14 Union Park, Khar West, behind Cafe Coffee Day ) offers one of the best spreads, accompanied by cocktails and wine. Go there via the Carter Road promenade.

2:30 p.m.: Browse the roadside stalls for bargains on Linking Road in Bandra West. Bags, shoes, jewelry and clothing are all up for grabs at cheap prices.

4:30 p.m.: Be astonished by the colossal crowd at Juhu beach ( Juhu Tara Road, Juhu ), about 15 minutes north of Bandra. It's carnival-like, with everything from monkeys to sand sculptures.

5 p.m.: Unwind under the palm trees overlooking Juhu Beach at  Gadda Da Vida seaside lounge ( Novotel Hotel, Balraj Sahani Marg, Juhu Beach ). There are daily happy hours from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m.

7:30 p.m. : Eat dinner at a restaurant in Juhu. Popular options include Mahesh Lunch Home ( next to J.W.Marriott Hotel, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu ) for mouthwatering Mangalorean seafood, quaint Grandmama's Cafe ( Hotel Royal Garden, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu ) for platters of wholesome Indian and Continental food ideal for sharing.

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If it’s your first time in Mumbai, you may be a little apprehensive to visit. I don’t blame you.

Mumbai is truly the spirit of all that is India. It’s hot, dirty, crazy, beautiful, relentless and inspiring!

It’s the most populated city in the country and there is a massive divide between the ridiculously rich and the downright poor. But, somehow, it works.

Its wild energy is catching and it will make you want to come back for more. But, when you first enter its whirlwind, it can be hard to find your feet.

If this is the first place you land in India, it will definitely knock you for six (if only by the smells and sounds). So, it’s good to make sure you know where to head to get a piece of the action!

The city is spread out over a massive area and there are a fair few places which are paramount to ensure you get the most out of your visit.

Here is a first timers guide to help you on your travels in Mumbai.

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How to travel to Mumbai in India

Mumbai has a brand spanking new international airport so it is easily reached from all over the globe if you’re arriving by plane.

Direct flights fly straight from London Heathrow daily and it’s a little cheaper to fly into here than Delhi if you did wish to start your Indian adventure in Bombay.

Domestic flights from Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, and others fly into Mumbai daily.

By train or bus, it is a great stop after Goa or Kerala before you head up North. You will most likely pull up at the Terminus station and you’ll be in for a treat!

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Where to stay in Mumbai

For me, the only place you should consider staying is at the Taj Mahal Palace.

Not only is it right by the Gateway of India but also it’s one of the most iconic hotels in the country.

This hotel goes way back in the history books. Being the Taj hotels flagship property, it was originally built by Jamsetji Tata in 1903.

Founder of the world-renowned mammoth Tata group. 

He built the place in protest of the fact he couldn’t enter the other cities grand hotels such as Watson’s due to being Indian. The rest, they say, is history.

Being a 5 star “Heritage Grand” class hotel, it has attracted a wealth of stars through its doors over the years. Queen Elizabeth II, Amitabh Bachchan, Obama, and even John Lennon have all checked in to experience the luxury.

The hotel is split into two halves, the first being the historical Palace Wing. This is where you can stay in their heritage apartments and suites.

The second is their new modern tower wing which has provided more budget options for those wanting to experience ‘Tajness’ but not at the sacrifice of their bank balance!

The hotel is wall-to-wall perfection and it’s no secret that the Taj group cannot be beaten on hotel service! You will not regret staying here.

To read the full review of my stay at the Taj Mahal Palace here.

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The top things to do for your first time in Mumbai 

Exploring colaba.

Colaba is Mumbai’s heritage district and when you pull up, you can definitely see its colonial past seeping through.

The buildings, the cobbled streets, and the Gateway by the harbour all make the perfect setting for sightseeing.

So, I would suggest starting out here. Here’s a guide of what to get stuck into…

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Gateway of India and Front Bay

This was my favourite location in Mumbai! This is where all the old historical buildings are and the tourist action is.

The Gateway is striking and the second most photographed attraction in India.

It’s right by the bustling Mumbai harbour and so you’ll see seagulls playfully chasing fishing boats pulling into shore.

If you were looking for a boat ride around the harbour, you can go via the tourist boats which run all day.

They take off when the boat is full and not before. One ticket will set you back 80 rupees for an hour-long cruise, it’s an extra ten to sit upstairs and enjoy the view.

Although I didn’t get around to it, there are daily boat rides to the Elephanta caves which lie around an hour away from the harbour shore.

These ferries are very popular and the queues can be lengthy, so make sure you set off early!

Unfortunately, Mumbai was subject to a series of attacks across the city in 2008 killing over 160 people.

One of the main targets was the Taj Mahal Palace in this area. Although it has nearly been a decade since it happened, the lasting effects are still here in the city. Security is in full force.

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

This Terminus station could be a tourist attraction in its own right!

It’s a UNESCO world heritage site and one grandest train stations built by the British in the 19th century.

Mumbai has some of the most crowded and downright dangerous train journeys in the country.

I’ve seen a couple of videos of the rush hour on Youtube and, although hilarious, it looks deadly.

Most people come to witness the absolute carnage which comes with boarding a train at rush hour.

If you did fancy experiencing a ‘people massage’ on the train, opt for first class.

It will still be packed, but not as crowded as the normal carriages. There are also ladies’ carriages near the front which will be marked by a ladies face.

Personally, I would forget boarding at rush hour but it’s up to you!

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Leopold Cafe

Leopold cafe is a super tourist haunt which people love to hate. It’s a busy bustling cafe, full of life, film posters, and beer kegs! You may have to queue for a table but it’s so worth it!

The service from the staff here is amazing and it serves up some of the BEST butter chicken I’ve had in India. Seriously, get the butter chicken.

Punters opt for the cheap pitchers of Kingfisher beer. But, it’s also a great place for a cheap but huge meal from their extensive menu.

They serve up all sorts, from Caesar salad, pizza, traditional curries and pasta.

Sadly, this cafe was part of the Mumbai attacks in 2008. But, as a reminder and tribute, they’ve left the bullets in the walls.

It’s also the place that features in the famous novel Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts.

Click here to read my complete guide on the Leopold Cafe with more information

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Prince of Wales Museum

Compared to most museums in India, the Prince of Wales museum is actually interesting!

It also has English translations on all the artifacts which is a big help.

For some reason, a lot of museums in India don’t have this. So, unless you can read Hindi you’ll just have to guess what it is. Or, hire a guide.

They have an awesome natural history section that showcases a tonne of extinct animal taxidermy.

My friend and I had a hilarious time here, we even got to stamp our own ancient Indian coin!

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Celebrity spotting in Juhu & the Beach

If it is your first time in Mumbai you may not know that celebrity spotting is a regular occurrence in Mumbai as most of the Bollywood Stars choose to settle here with the big movie studios being in the area.

Film City is a popular attraction and movie tours are available daily for locals and tourists alike.

Here, they will show you all the studios and popular Bollywood filming locations.

You may even get the chance to see some filming!

A lot of westerners are scouted in Mumbai to appear in Bollywood movies, so if it was on your bucket list to be an extra you can do this here.

Rates are around 800 rupees a day and you’ll be hanging around a while. But, how cool would that be?

I didn’t go on a tour as the only place on my mind that I wanted to check out was the Amitabh Bachchan residence.

I’m a closet fan of his old Bollywood movies and loved his recent appearances in Hollywood.

He’s been in the Great Gatsby and Wes Anderson films like the Grand Budapest Hotel.

He has purchased many properties in the area, but the original is located in Juhu and you can easily spot it by the iconic plaque placed outside.

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On Sundays, he makes a regular appearance for well-wishers!

Crowds of fans will gather around for hours to wait for him to show. I’ll definitely have to come back for that to catch a glimpse.

I met and had a chat with his security guards who were busy keeping watch of the area. I think that’s the closest I’ll get!

After you’ve finished stalking, you can relax on Juhu beach. It’s a long white sand beach which is rather small, but it’s a great place to relax for a while and dip your toes in the sea.

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Nightlife in Mumbai: Worli

The nightlife in Mumbai is infamous and there are a good number of swanky bars to choose from in the city.

In India, the sky bar scene is still very new and so it was a great treat to finally find one with an amazing view of the Mumbai skyline.

Aer at Four Seasons in Worli is the perfect place to sip on cocktails at sunset and watch the city come to life with the twinkle of lights.

There is a happy hour on cocktails from 5 – 8pm and an entry charge after 8 pm on weekends but it’s worth the cash for those dreamy views!

For reservations, see their official website here. 

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High Tea at the Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai

If you’re like me, you love afternoon tea! There’s something about a posh tea and a cake that makes my heart sing!

If you weren’t checking into the Taj Mahal Palace for the night, you should definitely stop by for an afternoon of indulgence.

Although the traditional cake tiers aren’t on offer, the buffet-style ‘all-you-eat’ affair is perfect as then you can have what you like when you like.

There are savoury dishes and colourful cakes in all shapes and sizes. Truffles, dainties, and devilish sweets.

The smell of freshly made scones fill the air and you can have them with lashings of cream and jam.

My favourite part had to be the sandwich bar where you could order your finger sarnies from the chef. It was so worth the money at 1800 rupees including taxes.

Make sure you bring your sweet tooth along, you certainly will not leave hungry! To make a reservation at the palace, see here. 

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Save this first time in Mumbai travel guide for later

It’s almost criminal not to visit Mumbai if you come to India. It embodies all that India is.

It will inspire you, confuse you, insult all your senses and you’ll love it all the more!

I’ve only covered a fraction of the city in this guide and the highlights will be perfect for your first time travelling here.

However, there is so much more of this incredible city to explore.

Make sure you add Mumbai to your never-ending bucket list and get stuck in.

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Tuesday 30th of April 2024

Celebrity spotting is real for sure. I randomly spotted Aamir Khan at the beach.

Sophie Pearce

Wednesday 1st of May 2024

WHAT?! Omg I'm so jealous haha! Did you say hi?

Taylor Taracko

Sunday 21st of May 2023

We are immensely grateful for your remarkable content and the abundance of information provided. Following your recommendations, we diligently pursued all the activities mentioned in your blog during our visit to Mumbai. As an elderly couple, navigating these places on our own seemed challenging, but then we discovered the tour operator 'Magical Mumbai Tours'. Initially, we booked their Half-Day City Sightseeing Tour, and it turned out to be a phenomenal experience that surpassed our expectations.

The guide accompanying us on the tour felt like a living embodiment of history, sharing captivating stories and insights that enriched our understanding of Mumbai's heritage. The punctuality of the driver was commendable, and the air-conditioned car provided a much-needed respite from the weather. Exploring the city with ease, we were able to visit numerous places without any hassle. The tour truly exceeded our expectations, and as a result, we enthusiastically booked several more tours through their website for the remaining days of our Mumbai trip.

We genuinely appreciate the invaluable content you provided and the recommendation that led us to Magical Mumbai Tours. Their exceptional service, punctuality, and well-organised tours have greatly contributed to our overall enjoyment and convenience during our time in Mumbai.

Wednesday 28th of June 2023

Hi Taylor, wow thanks for sharing your experience. I'm so glad you had an informative and enlightening tour of Mumbai. It sounds like a great recommendation. Happy Travels, Sophie x

Bhagyashri Mahajan

Tuesday 8th of November 2022

Wow! What an amazing place! There is so much to see and do in Mumbai, This is such a brilliant guide that covers so much. Thank you for sharing the post.

Tuesday 15th of November 2022

Thanks for reading Bhagyashri! Sophie x

Pranay Kotian

Wednesday 11th of November 2020

Time we explore new destinations and get ourselves indulged in the beauty of mother nature. Bhandardara in Maharastra near Mumbai/ Nashik is the next new destination that gives one the calmness of nature and a subtle peace that will make you want to stay here forever.

Wednesday 18th of November 2020

Thanks Pranay, couldn't agree more! Sophie x

Krunal Misal

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Useful, informative and very well written content!

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Thanks Krunal, appreciate the kind words! :) Sophie x

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Despite our experiences of living in Mumbai, we don’t profess to know everything about this huge and constantly changing city, let alone be able to condense it into a single blog post. Consider the suggestions in this guide as starting points for your explorations, that will make you want to come back and discover more of Mumbai on your next trip to India!

Here are a few things to know specifically about travel in Mumbai. For general advice on preparing for your first trip to India, read our guide to planning a perfect trip to India here !

  • What’s in a name? Bombay was re-named to Mumbai in 1995, but you’ll hear a mixture of Mumbai, Mum-bay and Bombay used. Many Mumbaikers still love and are attached to the name Bombay .
  • Mumbai is a huge city in terms of size as well as population – you won’t be able to cover all of it. See our suggestions for where to base yourself in the where to stay section.
  • Mumbai can be expensive compared to other areas of India, so allow flexibility in your budget accordingly.
  • For a unique experience, visit during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival at the end of Monsoon each year, when Lord Ganesh is venerated, brought into homes before being immersed in water at the end of this festival.
  • Mumbai is famous for the extremes it exposes – from extreme wealth to extreme hardship, it’s the city of dreams for some and of bad dreams for others – prepare yourself for some culture shock if this is your first Indian city.

What to Wear in Mumbai

As usual, men can get away with jeans and t-shirt (or shorts are fine in Mumbai although Indian men don’t wear them as much) and so not much advice is needed.

What to wear in Mumbai for Women:

Mumbai is less conservative than most other parts of India, and if you’re going out to party in Mumbai you’ll see many party-goers dressed up to the nines. Feel free to do the same, just travel by taxi and not by public transport in your party clothes!

In Mumbai many young women wear western style clothing, skinny jeans are as popular as saris here. Showing arms and shoulders is fine too, but I wouldn’t recommend thin-strappy tops (thick straps are fine) and avoid showing off your cleavage. Personally I always still cover my legs in Mumbai, but I have seen western women walking around Bandra (a bit of an expat enclave) in shorts without a problem.

My go-to outfit in Mumbai in winter is either a t-shirt and skinny jeans or a kurta/ tunic top like this one and leggings / jeans. It’s always handy to have a scarf with you for covering up, temples or in case it gets chilly in the Air Conditioning.

Essentials to Pack for Mumbai

Aside from Mumbai friendly clothing, make sure you have the following essentials for your time in Mumbai and the rest of India:

  • Travel Insurance – a MUST for India. We use World Nomads – get a quote & buy yours here .
  • Travel adaptors – India uses type C and D plugs. Get a Multi-region adaptor with surge protection to protect your devices too.
  • We recommend a cross-body purse or handbag to keep your valuables safe
  • A padlock and chain are always handy for securing luggage / locking lockers in hostels, etc
  • Your guidebook! We use Lonely Planet ourselves, or check out more India guidebooks here.
  • A water filter bottle such as Grayl , or a steripen + refillable water bottle for safe drinking water option. For a review of our favourite options, read more here . Remember to take a spare filter / batteries for steripen!

READ MORE HERE – Our Complete India Packing list

Responsible Travel in Mumbai

Mumbai is truly a city of contrasts – some of the world’s richest live next to those with very little, and it’s somewhat ironic that Dharavi – marketed as Asia’s largest slum has become the number one tourist attraction in India, surpassing even the Taj Mahal.

Slum Tours – Should you Go?

While there are some beneficial projects taking place in Dharavi thanks to tourism, many Mumbaikers would not like their city to be known foremost for its slums. There’s much more to Mumbai than Dharavi. We discuss the ethics of slum tours in Dharavi in detail in this post – if you’re in too much of a hurry to read the ins and outs of the issue, we suggest this:

  • Dharavi is very different from most slums. Half of Dharavi is an industrial area, and it is this part which is usually shown during tours, not where people live.
  • The ONLY tour company we recommend for Dharavi is Reality Travel & Tours – this is due to their no-photography policy in Dharavi and their consistent reinvestment into the slums .
  • Do not go to Dharavi on your own
  • Do not go to Dharavi with other tour companies. These are just profiting off peoples’ poverty, as these companies do not reinvest anything into improving conditions in Dharavi.

Find out more about how you can support street kids and those with substandard living conditions in India in our guide to responsible travel in India here .

Like other parts of India, you’ll see that plastic waste is a huge problem in Mumbai – please don’t add to it and avoid any single use plastic while you’re in India. You can read our full guide to how to drink safe water in India without the plastic here !

Best Tours of Mumbai

We highly recommend doing day tours of Mumbai – it helps make the most of your visit, especially if you have limited time, ease you in to the pace of being in Mumbai (fast!), and provides more local jobs by supporting tour guides. Here are some of our favourites:

  • Early Morning Tour of Mumbai – My #1 recommendation. Mumbai’s real beauty can be seen before most people are awake, in the calm before the storm. See the under-belly of this huge city by seeing the early morning newspaper sorting, flower & vegetable markets, fish being unloaded at sassoon dock and more. I promise it’s worth the early start! More info & bookings here .
  • Elephanta Tour – Head out across the water from the Gateway of India to Elephanta Island to visit the UNESCO caves there. This is a great journey in winter (the ferries don’t run during monsoon), and having a guide makes the caves a much better experience as there’s very little written information available there. More info & bookings here .
  • Bollywood Tour – Experience Mumbai’s glitz and glamour with a sneak peak at Bollywood (which Mumbai is home to) and see the homes of Mumbai’s rich and famous movie stars! More info & bookings here .
  • Public Transportation Sightseeing Tour – If you want to experience the infamous Mumbai Local trains (More on those below) but would prefer a helping hand – this is the one for you. Take in Dadar’s markets, visit the Haji Ali, and get to grips with all of Mumbai’s transport options. More info & bookings here .

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Different Areas of Mumbai

Although Mumbai is huge, most visitors to the city spend most of their time in Mumbai in “SoBo” (south Bombay) and the upmarket western suburb of Bandra. Mumbai’s beautiful airport is located near Andheri – so if you have an early morning flight from here we recommend staying close to here the night before to avoid the stressful Mumbai traffic.

You’ll likely find yourself spending most of your time in south Mumbai and Bandra / Western suburbs, especially if it’s your first trip to Mumbai.

Where to Stay in Mumbai

These are our favourite hotels in Mumbai. If you’re looking for hostels or budget options , we recommend the ones in Bandra listed below. Budget hotels around Fort, Churchgate and near VT station tend to be the kind that attract a more dubious crowd rather than backpackers. For single women travelling and staying in hostels, we always recommend booking a female only dorm (not a mixed one) .

Colaba Area

The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel – One of the most famous hotels in the world, the iconic Taj is an experience not to be missed. The Taj is located just across from the Gateway of India off Colaba Causeway. There are often promotions available for the “tower rooms” (next to the main “palace” hotel building). Check rates & availability here for the Palace rooms or here for the Tower rooms !

Abode Bombay – Just a two minute stroll from the Gateway of India in Colaba near the Regal Cinema, I fell in love with this historic boutique hotel that was once the residence of Siegfried Sassoon. They have rooms for different price points and have plenty of responsible measures in place. Highly recommended. Check rates & availability here !

Residency Hotel Fort is a comfortable mid-range option that gets good reviews – handy if you want to be close to the train station. Check rates & availability here !

Marine Drive & Churchgate Area

InterContinental Marine Drive is the smartest hotel along Marine Drive (worth it for the roof-top pool with ocean views alone!), at the southern end of the “queen’s necklace” and within walking distance to churchgate station. Check rates & availability here !

Ferreira House is a small, historic homestay in a heritage south Bombay home, just a short stroll from Marine Drive. Check rates & availability here !

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Bandra & Western Suburbs

Taj Lands End is a beautiful contemporary high-end hotel located across from Bandra Fort and Bandstand, complete with ocean views. Check rates & availability here !

Sofitel BKC is more of a business hotel, located close to the Bandra Kurla Complex where many companies are located, so a good option if you’re extending a work trip. Check rates & availability here !

Marriott Juhu Beach is located to the north of Bandra right along Juhu beach, a good family-friendly option with ocean views. Check rates & availability here .

Hostels / Budget Hotels in Bandra

There are many “mid-range” non descriptive, un-exciting hotels with dubious reviews in Bandra. We don’t recommend those. Instead if you’re looking for comfortable and modest accommodation, we suggest a private room in one of the modern & clean hostels below:

  • Cohostel is centrally located near Bandra bandstand and gets great reviews. Check rates & availability here .
  • Horn ok Please Hostel scores points for the name and gets great reviews. Also located in Bandra West. Check rates & availability here .

Our Recommended Things to Do in Mumbai

There’s a lot to pack in to any stay in Mumbai! If you have limited time and a lot you want to see, taking a private tour of Mumbai can help pack a bit more in to a shorter time. Otherwise… you’ll just have to come back!

It makes sense to break things up into areas – aim to a half-day exploring Colaba after a trip to Elephanta for instance, or one day in south Mumbai and another exploring Dadar and Bandra. It can be easy to clock up miles exploring Mumbai, so remember to pack your comfortable walking shoes! If you’re going on public transport, we recommend closed shoes, as your feet may get stepped on.

Things to do in South Bombay

Colaba Walking Tour. Take a couple of hours to wander at your own pace taking in the main sights or book a walking tour with a guide .

Gateway of India. Turn up early for the best light for photos – this monument which was built by the British Raj in 1924 was the arrival point for dignitaries to Mumbai, and also the point from which British troops left India after independence in 1948. It’s now the departure point for ferries to Elephanta Island, and to the beach resort of Ali Bagh along the Maharashtrian coast.

Taj Mahal Hotel. If you’re not staying here, you can walk into the lobby of the Taj Mahal hotel for a look around (if you’re dressed nicely that is), go for a drink in the bar, or to take afternoon tea. The afternoon tea is overpriced and not the best (it’s served buffet style) but for the experience it’s still worth it, especially if you luck out and get a window seat, like I did.

Dr. Bhau Daji Lad (Formerly Victoria & Albert) Museum . North of the Gateway, towards CSMT station, you’ll walk past what used to be called the Albert Museum surrounded by lush tropical gardens. Built in 1872, this is a fine architectural piece. The museum is home to collections of manuscripts, artefacts, costumes and has recently been restored by the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage.

Colaba Causeway has a vibrant market (you’ll have to haggle hard for a good deal here) that you walk through.

Nariman Point , next to Cuffe Parade and right at the southern end of Marine Drive is home to Colaba’s business district, the national centre for performing arts, and Piramal Art Gallery which is home to different modern arts.

Art District in Fort – The area between Colaba and CSMT station is known as the Art District and is home to the National Gallery of Modern Art, the Jehangir Art Gallery, and the Institute of Contemporary Indian Arts. Look up exhibitions ahead of time, or drop in to cool down in the AC and enjoy India’s best art scene. You can also wander and look at the Horniman Circle & Asiatic Society .

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus – Known as CSMT, Mumbai’s iconic railway station has changed names a few times over the years, from “Victoria Terminus” or “VT” as it is still affectionately known, and is one of the architectural highlights of Mumbai. Don’t miss out on going inside and looking up to admire the beautiful ceilings of the old booking hall.

Marine Drive & the “Queen’s Necklace ” – Named after its streetlights at night which are said to mimic a string of pearls alongside the Arabian sea – Marine Drive is the go-to point for couples and anyone wanting to take a stroll along Mumbai’s oceanfront for some fresh(er) air. At the northern end, Chowpatty beach is full of groups of friends and some streetfood vendors come evening. A great spot for people watching, but don’t even think about taking a dip in the (highly polluted) water!

Haji Ali Dargah – This iconic mosque is on an island off the coast of Worli, it’s also the tomb of Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, who was a Sufi saint and a wealthy merchant originally from Uzbekistan. Bukhari gave up his belongings and travelled the world before settling in Mumbai. The Mosque is under constant repair given the battering it gets from the ocean.

Dadar is where south Mumbai meets the rest of the city and the volume increases a notch as tuk-tuks join the mix (tuk-tuks aren’t allowed south of Dadar). It’s an important junction for the local train lines as western and central lines meet here, and also a stone’s throw from Dharavi, one of Mumbai’s largest slum areas.

Dadar Flower Market – p hool gully (which means flower market) is a bold display of colour in bustling Mumbai, and the best place to buy flowers in the city for wholesalers. Come early in the morning to see the market coming to life and the famous auctions taking place.

Shri Siddhivanayak Temple – This grand and opulent temple near Dadar is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Ganesh, who represents prosperity, health and knowledge. Bollywood moviestars pay their respects here, and the temple is said to be one of the richest in India.

Dharavi – per our notes at the beginning of this post, we don’t recommend visiting Dharavi without a guide, or with just any guide or tour company. The arguments around slum tourism are emotional and complex – we do not support “poverty porn” which essentially is what many of the tours that allow you to take photos are. There is an argument though, that when done right, responsible tourism in slum areas that gives back to the community within the slums can be a positive thing. For that reason if you go to Dharavi, go with Reality Travel .

Bandra Fort & Bandra Bandstand – Make for a popular sunset spot that looks out over the impressive Bandra-Worli sea link bridge. The proper name for Bandra Fort is “Castello de Aguada” – the fort was built in 1640 by the Portuguese. The main attraction is for photos overlooking the bridge behind and general people-watching.

Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount (also known as Mount Mary Church) is up the hill from Bandra Bandstand, and one of the few Catholic churches in Mumbai. Every September, the feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary is celebrated here, known locally as the “Bandra Fair” and attracting people from all around.

Beyond the seaside walks and history, Bandra (along with neighbouring Khar) is known as Mumbai’s trendiest (and priciest) neighbourhood, with any number of hip bars and eateries, interesting shopping options and art galleries that are opening up. Some of our favourite spots to eat are below, or read this article for some hints on the hotspots .

Other Suburbs

Sanjay Gandhi National Park – This is an 87 square km national park in the heart of Mumbai’s suburban sprawl – home to leopards, birdlife, monkeys, spotted deer and the Kanheri caves. It makes for a beautiful alternative side of the city to explore and trek in. The main park entrance is in Borivali.

What & Where to Eat in Mumbai

Mumbai street food.

You can’t visit Mumbai without sampling its amazing (and cheap) street food – if you’re nervous about getting sick then you can wait a few days before digging in (until your stomach has adjusted), stick to stalls that are busy (therefore have a faster turnover of food), stick to hot food, or you could take a street food tour .

Some quintessential Mumbai street food you won’t want to miss:

  • Vada Pav – Mumbai’s answer to the veggie burger (but far more delicious!). A spiced potato pattie fried with chickpea batter (vada) is served in a fresh bun (pav), chilli and fresh chutneys such as tamarind chutney (sweet, red), coriander chutney (spicy, green) or coconut chutney (white, variably spicy). Costs around 15 rupees. Yum!
  • Pav Bhaji – A staple of Bombay street food, toasted buttered fresh buns (pav) are served with a smashed vegetable curry, accompanied by dollops of butter, raw onion and coriander. Once you’ve tried it, you’ll want lots more! Costs around 40 rupees. If you’re watching your figure, you can request less/no butter but it doesn’t taste as good…
  • Bombay Sandwich – These yummy grilled veggie sandwiches are perfect for a pre-dinner snack, and the best ones are outside the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Fort. Served with chutneys. Costs around 20 rupees.

Our Favourite Places to Eat in Mumbai

  • Delhi Durbar (Colaba) – Famous for its non-veg options such as its Butter Chicken and Biryani
  • Leopold’s (Colaba) – it’s overpriced and touristy, but no visit to Mumbai would be complete without a look in at Shantaram’s favourite hang out…
  • Brittania & Co Parsi Cafe (Fort) – One of the top rated Parsi (Iranian) cafes in Mumbai
  • Gaylord (Churchgate) – Delicious bakery and European style bistro meets pan-Indian cuisine
  • Aaram Vada Pav (CSMT Station) – Great place to get your Vada Pav fix
  • Cannon Pav Bhaji (CSMT Station) – For if you have any space after your Vada Pav
  • Gajalee (Dadar) – This restaurant group (with several locations in Mumbai) consistently wins awards for its seafood
  • Jay Shri Krishna Dairy Farm LASSI (Dadar West) – This narrow thin room is home to some of Mumbai’s most delicious lassi!
  • C andies (Bandra) – This Portugese style villa restaurant is ever popular
  • Goa – Portugesa (Bandra) – serves up delicious Goan style fish curries

Getting Around Mumbai

The quintessential way to get around Mumbai is on its local trains – but, we warn you, they are not for the faint hearted.

Local Trains

These are the fastest way to get up/down town, running up and down Mumbai from Churchgate (Western Line) and CSMT (Central and Harbour Lines). Trust us, though, that it is a very BAD idea to take these during rush hour, which in Mumbai covers anything between 6am – 10am going towards central Mumbai, and in the evening out of Mumbai.

People don’t sit on top of the trains anymore, thankfully, but there is plenty of dangerous hanging out of doors that goes on, and it’s a serious matter. Mumbaikers die in the crush to get to work every day.

If you decide to take the local trains in Mumbai, this is our advice (after having taken many of them):

  • If you’re female, get in the Ladies carriage. It’s generally less crowded and you don’t have to worry about wandering paws (although keep an eye on your belongings)
  • Don’t travel during rush hour
  • Consider buying a first class ticket – the carriages are much quieter as the ticket is more than double the price
  • Don’t attempt to get on or off the train while it’s still moving – no matter how keen your fellow passengers may be to take you down with them
  • Never hang out of the door. If you’re near the door way – hold on tight to a pole!
  • If it’s too busy / crowded for you then get off at the next station and take a cab instead.

On 3 Wheels

Tuktuks, Auto’s or 3-wheelers roam the city but only as far south as Dadar, they don’t operate in Colaba, Fort or the surroundings. In suburban Mumbai, most drivers will use their meters, but if you come across one who says his meter is not working, try to find another.

Mumbai Taxis

These can be found everywhere and are plentiful, as a tourist the main struggle is getting the drivers to use their meter. When arriving at one of Mumbai’s train stations I suggest using the pre-paid taxi line (where you pay in advance and don’t hand over the receipt to your driver until you’ve reached your destination) to avoid hassle.

Uber and OLA

A godsend in Mumbai if you’re fed up with Taxi drivers who overcharge, OLA and Uber are cheap and efficient. They’re just not immune to the Mumbai traffic.

Mumbai has a bus network but we don’t recommend it – the traffic moves slowly, buses are jam packed, and it’s the least efficient way to get around.

Travel in Mumbai FAQ’s

When is the best time to visit mumbai.

We recommend visiting Mumbai between September (if planning to come for Ganesh Chaturthi) or October through to March. This is winter in Mumbai and the most pleasant weather – evenings are cool, the humidity is lower, and in January Mumbaikers are even known to get their sweaters out. Enjoy it while it lasts.

We don’t recommend April – September. In April and May the humidity and heat climb to make Mumbai a little suffocating, and once the Monsoon breaks in June through to September the city is prone to flooding and transport chaos.

Is Mumbai Safe to Visit?

Depending on your perspective, Mumbai is a generally safe (or even very safe) city. You’d have to be unlucky to have anything untoward happen to you here. The main risk in Mumbai for visitors is spending more money than you planned to on Mumbai’s trendy restaurants and bars!

Mumbai is much more open for women travellers than say Delhi , and it’s normal to see women moving around by themselves late into the night. I’ve personally gone out alone in Mumbai (Colaba, Bandra, Marine Drive etc) and felt very safe.

Part of the reason for me that I feel at home in Mumbai is because I feel safe to do what I want, without having to think too much about it – although we always recommend following our tips for solo female travellers .

We do not recommend visiting slum areas on your own (see more on essential info on slum tourism below), and if you’re travelling around very late it’s better to take a taxi, or have the UBER or OLA app downloaded on your phone. Ladies can find more tips on what to wear in Mumbai below, too.

Where are the Best Places to Visit in Mumbai?

We recommend first time visitors to base themselves in the Colaba area of Mumbai which is closest to the main attractions.

Some of our favourite “must sees” in Mumbai include:

– The Taj Mahal Hotel – Elephanta Caves – Dadar Flower Market – Marine Drive & Chowpatty Beach

This is just a small taster – scroll to our “things to do” section above!

How Long should I Stay in Mumbai For?

There’s enough to keep you busy in Mumbai for months, or even years! But in reality, most visitors spend 2-4 days here to scratch the surface of the city, see some of Mumbai’s highlights and make a plan to return to discover more.

Have you been to Mumbai? Where are your favourite places to visit? Let us know in the comments below!

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Major Attractions: Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Paradise Beach, Auroville, Serenity Beach, Auroville Beach, Arikamedu, Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Ousteri Lake, Ousteri Wetland and National Park

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What’s Special: Beaches, historical sites, nightlife, seafood

Major Attractions: Fort Aguada, Baga Beach, Grand Island, Calangute Beach, Dudhsagar Waterfalls, Tito's Street, Candolim Beach, Arambol Beach, Palolem Beach, Bom Jesus Basilica

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Goa, known for its picturesque locations and beaches, can be your next holiday spot. While North Goa is known for its vibrancy and nightlife, South Goa takes pride in its calmness. If you are planning to come here with your partner, it’s best to hire a scooty or a bike and explore the best attractions of Goa.

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Major Attractions: Bhubaneswar, Puri, Konark, Cuttack, Jeypore, Barbil

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One of the most vibrant places in India, Odisha is famous for its rich heritage and culture that captivates vacationers from all over the world. The destination is replete with scintillating beaches, temples, biosphere reserves, and museums. Hence, the destination makes a perfect pick for couples as well as families. With our Odisha tour packages get ready to be engulfed by the wonders of this awe-inspiring destination.

4. Uttarakhand

What’s Special: Holy rivers, sacred sites, breathtaking vistas

Major Attractions: Auli, Chopta, Nainital, Lansdowne, Mussoorie, Mount Abott, Munsiyari, Nag Tibba, Chakrata, Rishikesh, Tehri

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What’s Special: Snow-capped mountains, scenic views, flora & fauna, snow sports

Major Attractions: Srinagar, Sonamarg, Gulmarg, Kupwara, Pulwama, Kargil, Yusmarg, Pahalgam, Shalimar Garden Chashmashahi, Nishat Garden, Jama Masjid

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Are you looking forward to beating the heat and escaping to some cold regions and having a perfect vacation? Then Kashmir is just the right option for you. With so many picturesque locations like Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Srinagar, etc., Kashmir offers you oodles of fun and numerous adventure opportunities. So, if you are seeking a hill station vacation with trip packages from Mumbai , consider Kashmir your final stop.

While in Kashmir one must visit Gulmarg, Pahalgam. One just cannot leave Pondicherry without visiting Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Matrimandir. Of all the beaches do visit Palolem Beach in Goa and also visit Panaji, Anjuna, and Calangute. When in Odisha, do visit Udayagiri caves and the very famous Khandagiri caves and Chandrabhaga Beach. Uttarakhand’s famous places are Mussoorie, Nainital, Almora, Dehradun, and Kausani.

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If an international vacation is on your travel cards soon, check out these wonderful destinations that offer you a lifetime experience.

What’s Special: Striking islands, white sandy beaches, sea cliffs

Major Attractions: Railay Beaches And Caves, Wat Tham Sua, Thung Teao Forest Natural Park, Krabi Town, Krabi Shell Cemetery, Klong Thom Hot Springs

Transportation Options: Taxi, scooter, tuk-tuk, songthaew, ferry

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2. Hong Kong

What’s Special: Disneyland, islands, beaches, night markets, lively nightlife

Major Attractions: Hong Kong Skyline, Victoria Peak, Big Buddha, Wong Tai Sin Temple, Repulse Bay and the Beaches, Temple Street Night Market, Hong Kong Disneyland

Transportation Options: Tramway, star ferry, bus, MTR, taxi

One of the most glamorous cities in the world, Hong Kong is best known for its luxury shopping, charming beaches, night markets, and numerous entertainment spots. The destination also takes pride in its rich culture and history that you can witness in its monuments and other ancient sites. Don’t forget to grab a plate full of dim sum as you stare at the changing skyline.

3. Seychelles

What’s Special: While sandy beaches, deep blue waters, water adventures

Major Attractions: Mahé Island, Praslin Island, La Digue Island, Cousine Island, Aride Island, Bird Island, Moyenne Island, Silhouette Island, Aldabra Island, Fregate Island, Anse Lazio

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One of the most stunning beach destinations to visit in the world, the Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, off of East Africa. Some of these experiences that you would not want to miss during a tour of Seychelles are fishing on the island of Alphonse; an exciting scuba diving experience at Marianne Rock; taking a helicopter ride to witness the destination with a bird’s-eye view. So, if you are seeking the best destination to enjoy water activities, give Seychelles a chance.

How To Reach?

Mumbai is well-connected to different parts of India by air, rail and road while it is connected to different parts of the world only by air route. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal International Airport (BOM) is the only airport for domestic and international flights arrival and departure. Some of the popular airlines that operate on the air route of Mumbai are IndiGo, Vistara, AirAsia, AirIndia, JetAirways, SpiceJet, Qatar Airways and GoAir.

Mumbai is well connected to various cities of India by trains. Trains running from the Central, East and West part of India reach at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, while trains from the North arrive at Mumbai Central Station.

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Divine Andaman Couple Tour Packages From Mumbai

Divine Andaman Couple Tour Packages From Mumbai

₹ 26,940/- ₹ 29,604/-.

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  • Cellular Jail

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  • Port Blair (3D)
  • Havelock (2D)
  • Neil Island (1D)

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Spain Holiday Package

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₹ 84,372/- ₹ 90,399/-.

  • Flamenco Show
  • Formentera Island
  • National Museum
  • Hop on Hop off tour
  • Cibeless fountain
  • Trip to Toledo
  • Madrid (4D)
  • Seville (2D)
  • Barcelona (2D)

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Magical Himachal Trip Packages From Mumbai

₹ 35,500/- ₹ 39,011/-.

  • Hill station
  • Shimla (3D)
  • Manali (3D)
  • Dharamshala (1D)
  • Dalhousie (1D)
  • Khajjiar (1D)

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Blissful Gangtok & Darjeeling Honeymoon Tour Package

Blissful Gangtok & Darjeeling Honeymoon Tour Package

₹ 56,823/- ₹ 65,508/-.

  • Honeymoon freebies
  • Darjeeling (2D)
  • Gangtok (4D)

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USA Tour Package: Las Vegas, LA, San Francisco

USA Tour Package: Las Vegas, LA, San Francisco

₹ 160,000/- ₹ 175,824/-.

  • Grand Canyon Rim Walk
  • Universal Studios
  • Golden Gate Bridge
  • Las Vegas (2D)
  • Los Angeles (2D)
  • San Francisco (3D)

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Astounding Spain Tour Package

Astounding Spain Tour Package

₹ 73,500/- ₹ 80,769/-.

  • Barcelona (3D)
  • Madrid (3D)

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Amazing Barcelona Sightseeing Tour Package

Amazing Barcelona Sightseeing Tour Package

₹ 52,500/- ₹ 57,692/-.

  • La Sagrada Familia
  • Port Aventura
  • Barcelona (7D)

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Exotic USA Tour Package

₹ 250,000/- ₹ 274,725/-.

  • Niagara Falls
  • Disney World
  • Washington D.C.
  • New York (2D)
  • Washington DC (1D)
  • Niagara Falls (2D)
  • Chicago (1D)
  • Orlando (5D)
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Unique USA Sightseeing Tour Package

Unique USA Sightseeing Tour Package

₹ 169,000/- ₹ 185,714/-.

  • Orlando (8D)

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Charismatic Kerala Trip Package From Mumbai

Charismatic Kerala Trip Package From Mumbai

₹ 13,642/- ₹ 14,991/-.

  • Houseboat Stay
  • Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Munnar (2D)
  • Thekkady (1D)
  • Alleppey (2D)

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Mesmerizing Istanbul Tour Package From Mumbai

Mesmerizing Istanbul Tour Package From Mumbai

₹ 45,360/- ₹ 49,846/-.

  • Boat Safari
  • Istanbul (4D)

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Riveting Kerala Honeymoon Package From Mumbai

Riveting Kerala Honeymoon Package From Mumbai

₹ 15,916/- ₹ 17,490/-.

  • Jeep Safari

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Extravagant Nepal Tour Package From Mumbai

An Expedition To Nepal

₹ 29,700/- ₹ 32,637/-.

  • kathmandu (3D)
  • POKHARA (2D)

Mesmerizing Maldives Honeymoon Package From Mumbai

Mesmerizing Maldives Honeymoon Package From Mumbai

₹ 69,600/- ₹ 95,604/-.

  • Watersports
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Incredible Maldives Tour Package From Mumbai

Incredible Maldives Tour Package From Mumbai

₹ 109,500/- ₹ 120,330/-.

  • North Male Atoll (5D)

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Incredible Bali Honeymoon Package From Mumbai

Incredible Bali Honeymoon Package From Mumbai

₹ 52,999/- ₹ 58,241/-.

  • Water Sports
  • Seminyak (3D)

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Splendid Singapore Tour Package From Mumbai

Splendid Singapore Tour Package From Mumbai

₹ 80,399/- ₹ 88,351/-.

  • Sentosa Island
  • Singapore (7D)

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Fascinating Hong Kong Tour Package From Mumbai

Fascinating Hong Kong Tour Package From Mumbai

₹ 40,000/- ₹ 43,956/-.

  • Architecture
  • fun activities
  • Hong Kong (5D)

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Magical Hong Kong Honeymoon Packages From Mumbai

Magical Hong Kong Honeymoon Packages From Mumbai

₹ 50,000/- ₹ 54,945/-.

  • Madame Tussauds
  • Victoria Peak
  • Thrilling rides
  • Hong Kong (3D)

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Sri Lanka Honeymoon Package From Mumbai

Sri Lanka Honeymoon Package From Mumbai

₹ 72,999/- ₹ 80,219/-.

  • Twin World Trade Center Towers
  • Seaside villages
  • Yala National Park
  • Sigiriya (2D)
  • Nuwara Eliya (1D)
  • Bentota (2D)
  • Colombo (2D)

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Mesmerizing Sikkim Darjeeling Tour Package From Mumbai

A Sikkim Darjeeling Tour To Soothe Your Soul

₹ 39,678/- ₹ 43,602/-.

  • Monasteries
  • Gangtok (2D)
  • Kalimpong (1D)
  • Darjeeling (3D)

Haridwar Rishikesh Package From Mumbai

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₹ 12,600/- ₹ 13,846/-.

  • Mansa Devi Temple
  • Har ki Pauri
  • Haridwar (2D)
  • Rishikesh (2D)

Awe-inspiring Meghalaya Tour Package From Mumbai

Awe-inspiring Meghalaya Tour Package From Mumbai

₹ 19,000/- ₹ 20,879/-.

  • Shillong (3D)
  • Cherrapunjee (1D)

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Mesmerizing Shimla, Kullu, Manali Package From Mumbai

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₹ 17,000/- ₹ 18,681/-.

  • Shimla (2D)
  • Manali (4D)

Rejuvenating Munnar Tour Package From Mumbai

Rejuvenating Munnar Tour Package From Mumbai

₹ 10,229/- ₹ 11,241/-.

  • Eravikulam National Park
  • Photo Point
  • Mattupetty Dam
  • Munnar (4D)

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What is the language of Kashmir?

Kashmiri is widely spoken by the residents of Kashmir. Some individuals are fluent in Hindi and English as well, as the state is a great tourist attraction.

What can one buy from Kashmir to take as souvenirs?

One can buy walnut wood items, carpets, and pashmina shawls. Handicraft is extremely famous in the region.

What are the fun activities to do in Goa?

One can do various activities, both land and water. There are lot many water activities like snorkeling, paragliding and parasailing and go even for a banana ride. There are a lot of churches to visit too

What is the language spoken in Pondicherry?

People of Pondicherry speak multiple south Indian Languages like Malayalam, Tamil and Kannada.

Which is the easily accessible hill station in Uttarakhand from Mumbai?

Mussoorie is the most accessible hill station in Uttarakhand from Mumbai.

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While in Kashmir, go for a relaxing ride in Shikara. Go for an excursion in Pahalgam and also do not forget to take a gondola ride in Gulmarg. Pondicherry offers you a relaxation trip. Go for a stroll along the beautiful lanes of Pondicherry and also visit Auroville. The number of activities that you can do in Goa is endless. You can go for a scuba diving, flyboarding, snorkeling, paragliding and a banana ride too.


Some of the best restaurants in Kashmir are Dana Paw and Ahdoos Hotel. Pousada by the beach, Mum’s kitchen, Spice goa are the best-rated restaurants in Goa. Also, Trustee Veg Hotel, Nakli Dhaba in Odisha are very famous for their extremely delicious food. Similarly, the best food in Uttarakhand is available at Salt and Cravings, Uttarakhand Food Junction, and Punjab Grill Rest.

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Book a Mumbai vacation package and get set to experience the best of this city. Consider staying in the neighborhood of Juhu, which is great for families, shopping and coastal beaches. If sightseeing is part of the plan during your trip to Mumbai, swing by big attractions like Mt. Mary Church , Powai Lake and U.S. Consulate General . Don't put off visiting this city any longer. Your perfect Mumbai vacation is a few quick clicks away with Expedia.

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Bandra Kurla Complex

Travelers come to Bandra Kurla Complex for its abundant dining options, and you can see top attractions like JioGarden and MMRDA Grounds while you're in town.

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Renowned for high-end boutiques and art galleries, this area offers a vibrant shopping experience at Colaba Causeway. Explore iconic attractions like the Gateway of India, Regal Theatre, and Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, while enjoying nearby cafes and restaurants.

Mt. Mary Church which includes heritage elements as well as a large group of people

Bandra West

This trendy coastal neighborhood blends colonial churches and seafront promenades with street art, shopping and a varied culinary and nightlife scene.

ISKCON Temple which includes heritage architecture

While visiting Juhu, you might make a stop by sights like Juhu Beach and ISKCON Temple.

Andheri East

Appreciated for its cafes and spas, you might consider exploring Andheri East. Check out the variety of things to see and do like Mahakali Caves, and jump on the metro at Chakala Metro Station or Western Express Highway Station to get around the city.

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Mumbai is the financial capital of India, also known as the ‘city of dreams’. Beyond being a big city, Mumbai is also a glimpse of India’s diversity not only in terms of people and culture but also in terms of other diverse activities. So in this article, we will give you the best Mumbai travel tips. So, is Mumbai worth visiting and what to do in Mumbai? Let’s check out our Mumbai travel blog (Mumbai blog) with the fullest Mumbai travel guide (Mumbai guide, Mumbai tourist guide, Mumbai city guide, Bombay travel blog) on how to how to visit Mumbai, best time to come, what to eat, best places to visit and things to do in Mumbai to find out the answer!

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Mumbai is truly the spiritual place of all that belongs to India. Hot, dirty, crazy, beautiful, endless and inspiring! It is the most populous city in the country and there is a big divide between the rich and the poor. But, somehow, with this city’s “extremely wild” energy, it will make you want to keep coming back.

Overview of Mumbai (#mumbai travel blog)

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Mumbai (former also known as Bombay), is the capital of the state of Maharashtra – the most populous city in India, with a population of up to 21 million (as of 2022). With a total area of about 603.4 km² and Mumbai metropolitan region is 6,355 square kilometres (2,454 sq mi), Mumbai is considered the leading commercial and entertainment capital in India. Therefore, the city is also home to many important and prominent financial institutions such as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), BSE (formerly Bombay Stock Exchange), and National Stock Exchange of India (NSE)…

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Mumbai is located on Salsette Island, off the west coast of Maharashtra. Mumbai has attracted immigrants from all over India due to its many business opportunities and high standard of living, making the city a “mixed hot pot” of many communities and cultures. The city is home to the Hindi film and television industry, known as Bollywood, making Mumbai tourism most popular. Mumbai is also one of the rare cities to have a national park, Sanjay Gandhi National Park located within the city limits.

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Mumbai is a fusion of iconic charm architectures of the old world and striking, flashy modern high-rises buildings, skyscrapers, modern and traditional culture and more. The city is known as the commercial capital of India, but there is so much more to it. Mumbai is all about art, history, culture, food, theatre, cinema, nightlife and more. Although Mumbai does not have many historical sites like other cities, it attracts a large number of tourists thanks to its excitement, difference and unique man-made beauty.

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Not only is it one of the wealthiest cities in India, Mumbai is known as a place where the past and the present intersect. Indeed, when you are admiring the expensive and luxurious buildings, just a glance can immediately touch the long-standing historical sites, even the squalid slums next door.

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When is the best time to visit Mumbai? (#mumbai travel blog)

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Mumbai has diverse climate, including 3 main seasons: winter, summer and rainy season. Summer is extremely hot and uncomfortable, so if you are not used to the harsh sun, you’d better go to Mumbai in the winter, it will be cool and not too cold.

Mumbai’s winter lasts from December to February next year and the best time to visit Mumbai is from October to March next year. At that time, the weather is quite pleasant, the day is cool and the night is a bit chilly, with little rain, suitable for sightseeing, outdoor and indoor activities as well.

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Mumbai also has a few unique and interesting festivals, the biggest is Ganesh Chaturthi (or Vinayaka Chaturthi), a festival dedicated to the elephant-headed Hindu god of wisdom – Ganesha which takes place in August or September. There are also  . Elephanta Festival in mid-March, Banganga Festival in January and Kala Ghoda Arts Festival in February… make it possible to experience the unique culture of this colorful city.

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How to get to Mumbai? (#mumbai travel guide)

The simplest way is by air. This is a big city and can also be considered a “brand” of India, so wherever you are, you can catch a flight to get there. Sometimes direct flights to Mumbai are cheaper than flying to Delhi, so you might want to consider starting your journey in Mumbai first.

Domestic flights from Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and others fly to Mumbai daily.

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Those flying to Mumbai will arrive at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM). It is the second busiest beautiful airport in India, after Indira Gandhi Airport in Delhi. At the airport you will find ticket booths where you can book a prepaid taxi to your hotel. About INR 675 for an air-conditioned taxi ride to the Fort area, but air-conditioned taxis are also available for around INR 810. If you want to pre-book a private transfer, you can do so through Klook .

Or you can also go to Bombay by train or bus, which is a great stop after visit Goa or Kerala before you extend your journey north.

Getting around Mumbai (#mumbai guide)

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Getting from the airport to the center of Mumbai you can go by Ola or Uber. After get out of the arrival hall, go up to the parking tunnel P7 to catch an Uber or Ola, pay attention to the signs indicating where to catch Uber or where to catch Ola, Uber will not go to Ola platform to pick you up. Especially Uber drivers, they are quite patient to wait for you when you arrive without prompting… because the longer you wait, the more you will be charged for waiting, it’s true!

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In Mumbai, the traffic is quite crazy, besides the traffic jam, the drivers are also quite liar, the loud horn sounds make you tired.

In India they drive on the left so it’s probably not safe to rent a self-drive car. So it’s best to go by public transport or taxi.

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Metro: Regarding public transport, there is a metro system which is also quite convenient and SUPER CHEAP but if you go at off-hours, I think you should avoid it because it is very crowded.

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Bus: This is also a popular means of transportation in Mumbai, cheaper than the subway but very crowded, especially at rush hours.

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Taxi: In my opinion, it is not the first choice in Mumbai, if you have to take it, you also note to tell the driver to turn on the speedometer and follow it, remember to pay attention to google map to avoid being cheated.

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The best means of transport in my opinion is Uber but it is a bit more expensive than public transport.

A friend of mine warned that many drivers are very unkind, they once pick you up and then cancel the trip and then ask for money by bargaining, but I travel a lot and haven’t met any case, so you can rest assured.

Rickshaw: Like a tuk-tuk, bargain before you go.

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Where to go & what to do in Mumbai? (#mumbai blog)

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Address: Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India

Your journey to the city of Mumbai will not be complete if you miss the opportunity to visit a magnificent structure like the Gateway of India. India Gate was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary in 1911. It is also a famous spot that attracts many tourists to Mumbai and has become a tourist icon here. The Gateway of India is located near the coast, behind is the pier and opposite is the Taj Mahal hotel – a majestic, luxurious and extremely magnificent 5-star hotel.

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This work is designed in the extremely impressive Indo-Saracenic architecture by Scottish architect George Wittet. The foundation stone for the Gateway of India was laid on 31 March 1911 and completed in 1924. The archway of the gate was made of basalt stone, 26 meters high, connected to four turrets and decorated with mesh lattice carved on the stone, atop of the top there is a large circular oil lamp with a diameter of 3.6m. You can go to this Indian gate in the early morning or evening to admire the beautiful scenery and take pictures to capture one-of-a-kind moment at this place.

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On big holidays or important occasions, this lamp is lit up again. In addition, on the door of the work is also engraved the names of more than 90,000 soldiers who died. The Gateway of India is most beautiful when the sun rises. Early in the morning is the time when the air is freshest, cool, empty, the sun rising and shining on the gate is extremely beautiful. In addition, in the morning, people feed pigeons, they look very nice, crowded…

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You can also experience a boat trip around the harbor. Boats only leave the dock when full of passengers. Ticket price is about 80 INR/hour, with about 10 people sitting on the deck enjoying the atmosphere here.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus

Address: Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Area, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India

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As the most famous railway station in India and also an iconic landmark of Mumbai, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus has seen the city go through many important periods in its history. The station was designed by Frederick William Stevens in the Italian Gothic renaissance style, construction started in 1878 and completed after 10 years.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus features a unique arched structure, intricately carved motifs on small towers and doorways. This work is a harmonious combination of British and Indian cultures, creating a unique and unique architecture in the world. That’s why in 2004, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus was recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage and attracts millions of tourists every year.

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Mumbai has some of the most dangerous and busiest train journeys in the country. I’ve also watched a few rush hour videos on Youtube. Uhm, although it looks fun, it’s dangerous.

Taj Mahal Palace (#mumbai travel guide)

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The famous hotel right next to Gateway of India: The architecture from the British era, very majestic. A 5-star hotel, very famous as a place to visit or stay in Mumbai, in addition it is also famous for having experienced a terrorist attack, the year of 2019, there was a movie about that terrorist attack.

Haji Ali Dargah Mosque

Address: Dargah Rd, Haji Ali, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Hours: 5:30AM–9:45PM

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One of the most famous and revered mosques in Mumbai. Haji Ali is designed in Islamic architectural style and has white domes and beautiful minarets around. So it looks like a white mansion nestled on a small island far from the shores of the bustling city.

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This is a temple located in the middle of the sea of Mumbai, connected by a small road, when the tide rises, the way is disappear. The temple is unique in its location, it’s a bit messy inside, not really beautiful, but because of its prime location, it can’t be missed.

Rajabai Clock Tower (#mumbai blog)

Address: WRHJ+W24, Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Marg, Mantralaya, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400032, India Hours: 9AM–10:45PM

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The clock tower is not far from the CST station, but the tower is located in the port and is forbidden to enter so it can only be viewed from the outside. So when I come, I come back right away, I didn’t even to take pictures when I look at it.

Colaba Causeway Street

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The shopping street of Mumbai. I came in the morning so it was deserted and no store opened. The stores here started to open very late, around 10 am. If you want to experience the bustling atmosphere or shopping you should come here.

Cybertecture Egg

This is one of the interesting stops that you cannot miss when you have the opportunity to set foot in this bustling city of Mumbai. Cyber Tecture Egg is the most special egg-shaped building in the world that attracts many visitors to admire. This building has an area of ​​32,000 m2, is a unique combination of visual architecture and environmentally friendly intelligent energy use and regeneration.

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Cyber Tecture Egg is like a jewel of Mumbai. Because when coming here, visitors will not be able to help but admire an architectural work that brings beauty nowhere else. Especially, when the night comes, you will be overwhelmed by the shimmering, fanciful but equally luxurious scene of the lights shining on the glass of the building.

Marine Drive

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This is a place chosen by many tourists to rest, relax, enjoy the peaceful atmosphere, leaving behind the hustle and bustle of the modern city. Marine Drive is a 4.5km coastal road from the Nariman Point area to the foothills of Malabar. Nicknamed the Queen’s necklace, Marine Drive is attracting more and more tourists to visit because of the shimmering beauty of the street lights that illuminate at night like a pearl necklace.

When coming here, you will admire many impressive landscapes, beautiful beaches, enjoy attractive street food and participate in bustling festivals by the sea. You can go to Marine Drive in the afternoon to enjoy the romantic sunset and enjoy the fresh air after a tiring day of work.

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This is one of the most peaceful places in the bustling city of Mumbai. Marine drive is embracing a beautiful stretch of Arabian coast. At night, this stretch of road is lit up to look like a pearl necklace. Therefore, this place is likened to “The Queen Necklace”.

Shree Siddhivinayak Temple

Address: 2R8J+P4J, SK Bole Marg, Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400028, India Hours: 5:30AM–9PM

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Siddhivinayak Temple is one of the biggest and most beautiful temples in Mumbai. This temple has existed for more than 2 centuries and has become a very important place of worship in India. This temple was built by Laxman Vithu and Deubai Patil, dedicated to the god Ganesh, an elephant-headed god of Hinduism.

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Inside the temple there is a god statue of Shri Ganesha, 2.5m wide and made from a large black rock. When coming here, visitors not only admire the unique beauty of the temple’s architecture but also have the opportunity to admire the majestic natural landscape around the temple.

What I look forward to, most curious about when coming to Mumbai is do they have their own area to visit? Such as visit the movie set, the boulevard of fame for example… but it will be a bit disappointing because the answer is NO. Although there were tours to visit those film locations, I didn’t find anything very impressive.

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