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The Splendour Of Mumbai Tourism

Formerly known as Bombay, is home to the natural harbour in India. It is the largest metropolitan city in India which is popular among the tourists for Bollywood and Fashion. It is a city which never sleeps where the families and couples enjoy the serene sunsets in Juhu Beach and youths have loud parties all night long. Mumbai is known for its largest slums. On the contrary, it is popular for its luxurious lifestyle. Tourists can experience these disparities in the regions.

Mumbai Tour Packages

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Place : Shri Saibaba Sansthan Temple
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Place : Shri Saibaba Sansthan Temple
Hotels : Hotel Reeva Suites

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Hotels : Hotel Daiwik

Place : Shri Saibaba Sansthan Temple, Bab..
Hotels : Hotel Daiwik

Place : Shri Saibaba Sansthan Temple
Hotels : Hotel Reeva Suites

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Place : Shri Saibaba Sansthan Temple
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Touring Mumbai

The city of dreams offers us splendid tourist attractions and serene sightseeings for the tourists starting from the rustic Victoria Terminus and Dharavi to the colorful Ganesh Chaturthi and Navratri.

Gateway Of India
This high arch of basalt was constructed to honour King George V and Queen Mary on their visit to Mumbai. The construction started in 1913 and completed by 1924. The central arch is 48 meter wide and 83 meter high with corbels on the sides and intricate details upon it. The final batch of the Britishers left India from this very location. It is open for public 24/7 where families, friends, photographers, tourists and vendors flock together on their leisure time.

Dharavi
The third largest slum in the world with poverty, insecurity and unemployment. The total population of Dharavi is nearly 1 million ,but it also remains as a place that generates around 650 million dollars every year. It holds a large recycling business, pottery, leather and garment businesses. There are guided tours in Dharavi that lets the tourists to visit the industries and explore how the products are produced. These products are exported around the world.

Prince of Wales Museum
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is formerly known as Prince of Wales Museum that holds three divisions namely Natural History section, Archaeology section and Art section. The most important collections that shouldn’t be missed are the Adoration painting of 1913 A.D, Shiva from Mahadev Peral Temple, the Ivory jewelry box from Mughal period, Songtsen Gampo, Maitreya, coins of Chandragupta and Shivaji Maharaj, Emperor Akbar’s Armour,etc…

Siddhivinayak Temple
Lord Ganpati is the main idol of the temple which was built to grant the wishes for the barren women. The Temple rose from a 3.6 square meter into a huge one after the donation from a rich agri woman called Deubai Patil. Many popular Stars visit this Temple on their important days and pray for the success. It is one among the richest Temples that receives donation of 150 million per year. The Lord Ganesha owns his peculiarity by having his trunk turned to the right instead of left and the whole idol was carved out of a single stone.

Chor Bazaar
The noisy market referring “Shor Bazaar” mispronounced by the britishers as “Chor Bazaar” lead to its way for the Thieves market where stolen goods were sold. It is in existence since 150 years. As the old saying goes “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, there are bits and bobs, gramophones, vintage cameras, pocket watches, bronze statues, old trunks or suitcases, antique coins, victorian mirrors, hardwares, cheap electronics can be found amidst all the rustic and dainty items.

Marine Drive
The marine drive is a corniche located in the South of Mumbai extending for 3.6 kms starting from the Nariman point till the Chowpatty Beach. It also holds a nickname as “The Queen’s Necklace” because of its shape and sodium vapor lamps creating an illusion for the public like a pearl string. The crashing waves creates a solitude in us letting us relaxed and to take step closer to the vast azure ocean.

Victoria Terminus
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) formerly known as Victoria Terminus is a UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site. It is the headquarters of the Central Railways of India. The bustling terminus depicts the Victorian Gothic architecture is used by 3 million commuters every single day. The huge stone dome, pointed turrets and the clock on the tower is a blend of British and Indian architecture. It remains as a notable landmark of the pre-independence India. It is spectacular at dusk with glittering eyes that unknowingly lifts our heads to take a glimpse of the Terminus from a far distance.

Elephanta Caves
Located at Gharapuri or Elephanta Island at a distance of 6.1 miles from Gateway of India can be reached by taking up a ferry ride. The rock cut caves are constructed during the periods of 5th and 6th centuries AD. The highlight of the caves is the three headed “Sadashiva” portraying the Creator, the Preserver and the Destroyer. There are totally 5 caves to explore and a two day dance and music festival called Elephanta festival is conducted in February every year.

Haji Ali Dargah
The Haji Ali Dargah was built in 1431 AD in the memory of a great saint called Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. The Indo-Islamic structure glimmers in the sun due to the ‘Makrana’ marbles, the same type of marble that was used in Taj Mahal. The kaleidoscopic patterns on the minarets with blue, green and yellow colours are inscribed with nine names of Allah. It is a tomb and a mosque that can be visited by tourists and families of any religion, caste and creed.

Film City
The Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagri or the film city brings out the Movie buff in every one of us. It was built in 1911 covering an area of 520 acres. It can hold 1000 sets simultaneously where some sets are about foreign locations. These sets are so surreal that might leave us wondering where we are. It offers various tours covering the locations, live shooting, history of bollywood and post production activities. Students from media streams usually go on an educational tour to this type of location.

Colaba Causeway
For all the shopaholics, it is a paradise on Earth that was established in 1838 by East India Company. Let it be the garments, flip flops, satchels, gemstones, ethnic jewels, books, wall decors, trendy accessories, sunglasses, fresh fruits and vegetables, you name it they got it. When we can bargain well, we might end up fully satisfied with a good amount of steal deals.

Walk of Stars
Inspired from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Walk of Stars houses around 6 bronze statues of bollywood actors and 100 brass plates with handprints and signatures of other stars. The walk is stretched for 2 kms near Bandstand promenade of Bandra.

Crawford Market
The Crawford Market is the largest in Mumbai that holds a maze of streets wrapping 72,000 sq.yards with a central clock tower and victorian carvings on the building.It is famous for its freshly produced fruits and vegetables, imported cheese, meat and poultry, pet foods, spices, cheap peculiar products. We can splurge ourselves in Mangoes during the Alphonso season from May to June.

Banganga Festival
It is a music festival organized by Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation in the month of January to promote the culture of Maharashtra. A huge number of maestros and music prodigies performs during the festival that lasts for nearly a week.

Elephanta Festival
It is another eye catching event in February conducted in Elephanta caves having Lord Shiva as the backdrop where musicians and dancers perform their eminent works.

Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesh Chaturthi is a grand festival for Lord Ganesha that is celebrated extravagantly in Mumbai by having huge idols of him in different poses brought as a parade to the sea with heavy drum beats, devotional songs and dances with colors and aarathis to immerse him into the water after the worship of 3 to 5 days.

Weather doesn’t play a vital role in Mumbai since it can be enjoyed all through the year. November to February are the winter months where the temperature drops till 10°C. It is perfect for a day out and cannot miss the Christmas and Kala Ghoda Arts Festival while March to May are the summer days where temperature rises upto 40°C. June to October are the monsoon season which is most enjoyed by the people taking weekend escapades to Lonavala, Panchgani, Mahabaleshwar,etc.

Through the streets of Mumbai

To experience the best foods of Mumbai, start from the basics by exploring the street foods of Mumbai.

Vada Pav
Vada Pav or Wada Pao is called as the Bombay Burger which is made of potato fritter and pav bun with green chilli, garlic, turmeric, red and green chutneys.

Pav Bhaji
It was originated from Mumbai as a lunch for the textile workers. It is a mixture of mashed vegetables served with fluffy buttered bread.

Bhel Puri
Bhel Puri is the mixture of puffed rice, coriander, papdis, finely chopped onions and tomatoes with tangy tamarind sauce. It is a very popular snack in Chowpatty and Juhu beaches.

Bombay Duck
Bombay duck is actually Bombay Dak is a fish fry made from “Bombil” fish,a type of lizardfish which is marinated in spice mix and deep fried.

Mumbai can be reached by rail, road, air or even through a cruise. We can fly to Mumbai from any part of the world to Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport , through cruise to Mumbai Port Trust and through the rail in Mumbai railway station.

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