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Mumbai Mumbai which is the capital of the state of Maharashtra is abundant with historical sites, cultural establishments, serene waterfronts, lively markets, and heaps of entertainment. The city is located on the western coast of India and is also called as the financial capital of India. It is all the more famous for being the heart and soul of the Bollywood movie industry! The city of Mumbai is packed with places which will provide its visitors with a culturally enriching experience. To help you have a great time in this vibrant city, we have put together the list of best places to visit in Mumbai and how to reach Mumbai from various cities across India. Apart from all of these lovely features, this city is also famous for its rich culture and history along with the finest nightlife in the nation. Bottom-line, Mumbai is one place you should definitely visit in India while looking at India tour packages. This capital is also home to several tourist spots and there are so various travel agents now who can provide you with a list of Mumbai tour packages and Mumbai tourism guide with pre-planned itineraries which showcases the best that the city has to offer.

Here is a list of places to visit when choosing a Mumbai tour packages from your travel agents.

● Film City

Film city is one of the most favoured spots in Mumbai and should be on your list of places to visit in Mumbai particularly if you are a film buff! You are fortunate if you can catch a film being shot at the studios while visiting. Now, who would want to miss the chance to see their favourite Bollywood stars in action? There are so many studios inside the film city which houses mountains, artificial lakes, gardens, cities and villages and all these seem so genuine that it is relatively hard to differentiate between the real and the replica. The film city is situated in the outskirts of Goregaon (near Borivali National Park) and origination of this place dates back to early 20th century.

● Elephanta Caves

Elephanta caves are situated 10kms away from the Gateway of India and this is one of the chief tourist spots in Mumbai. You will have to take a ferryboat from Gateway of India to arrive at these caves and the ride will take usually an hour. These caves are known to be one of the most primeval rock-cut erections in India which reflect the archaic Indian art which is associated with the respect for Lord Shiva. These statues were chiselled in the caves somewhere between the 6th and 8th century. Before the caves came into the picture, the island was initially called Gharapuri which was a tranquil and scenic island with a lot of foliage and fauna. The main attraction of this island is the three-headed statue of Lord Shiva famously known as the Maheshmurti. Apart from this, there are also other statues which are worth seeing such as “Ardhanarishvara” and “Shiva Nataraja”.

● Marine drive

Marine drive is a gorgeous 3 km stretch that links Nariman Point and Babulnath. This place is always crammed with public visiting to take long walks on the walkway overseeing the Arabian sea and to see the stunning sun set on the horizon at dusk. Marine drive is also fondly called as ‘Queen’s Necklace’ since the street lights when seen from atop, looks like a string of pearls making it look like a pearl necklace at night-time. On the northern end of the marine drive, you can discover one of Mumbai’s first-born beaches known as Chowpatty Beach, which is well known for its bazaars and delicious chaat stalls.

● Essel world

Essel World is acknowledged to be one of the very first amusements parks in India which provides entertainment for all ages. This theme park is situated on the Gorai island and it has lots of land and water rides to the likes of every age group. This amusement park is open all through the year and there are numerous fun activities that can be experienced such as dancing, bowling and ice skating. There is also a dedicated area for shopping and food courts to give the customers a holistic experience while visiting Essel World. if you are travelling with children then ensure this amusement parking on your Mumbai tour packages itinerary.

● Siddhivinayak temple

This temple was built in the year 1801 and is a time-honoured symbol of ancient architecture and belief. Each and every day, more than a thousand devotees swarm to the temple to offer their devotions to Lord Vinayaka and get his divine blessings. The wooden doors of this temple have splendid carvings of Ashtavinayaka which are the eight manifestations of Lord Ganesha. The innermost roof of the temple is gold plated. Many Bollywood celebrities too visit this temple to seek the blessings of Lord Vinayaka.

● Gateway of India

This is one of Mumbai’s ancient monuments which was erected to commemorate King George V and Queen Mary on their visit to the city of Mumbai. This is also the same spot through which the last of the British troops departed our country after the colonial rule in India. This structure was finished construction in the year 1914 and the architecture was inspired from indo-Islamic, Roman and Indian influences. This must be on your list of best places to visit in Mumbai. You will have to take a ferry from this spot to reach the Elephanta caves, therefore, this place will invariably be mentioned on all the Mumbai holiday packages.

● Taj Mahal Palace

A tour of Mumbai is incomplete without visiting the iconic architectural marvel that is Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. This was built way back in the year 1903 under the leadership of Mr. Jamshedji Tata way before the Gateway of India was built. Hence, this hotel was the first landmark of the Mumbai harbour until Gateway of India came into the picture.

● Juhu Beach

Although there are plenty of options for pristine beaches there is nothing like the bustling Beach in Juhu. This beach is packed with people from all walks of life tourists from all across the world. There are so many stalls here which make the beach a very vibrant and energetic hangout spot for people to come relax and enjoy their time or to have their dose of exercise with a long walk along the beach or jog overlooking the Arabian sea.

● Mahalakshmi Dhobi Ghat

The Mahalakshmi Dhobi Ghat is almost 140 years old and is amongst the popular offbeat places to visit in Mumbai. This Dhobi Ghat is Mumbai’s largest human-powered laundry service where hundreds of people wash and toil the soiled clothes of Mumbaikars in open air troughs. To get an aerial view of this Ghat (which is also the best view) you can get on to the bridge on the Mahalakshmi station railway tracks.

● Mount Mary Church

Mumbai, fondly called as ‘Aamchi Mumbai’ by the locals has quite a few hidden gems which are a must see for tourists from all over the world. The mount Mary church which is also called as The Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount is a Roman Catholic Church located in Bandra. The church stands on a hillock which is 262 feet above sea level. The lane that leads up to the church is filled with small shops selling candles and flowers and various other offerings to the shrine. There are a few more shops which sell wax puppets of body parts, dolls and houses which are bought by people belonging to diverse religions also in order to end their misery by offering and praying to Mother Mary. This basilica is about a 100 years’ old.  You can feel the cool breeze from the ocean when you enter the church which by itself gives you peace of mind.

Have a look at our best tour packages for Mumbai and you will be tempted right away to book your tickets right away! Since the city is located on the western coast, Monsoons are quite bad in the city just as the summers which are humid, the best time to visit Mumbai is during the winters which are from November until February. Mumbai has a very large and beautiful International airport which is very well connected to all parts of India and even many countries around the world. Therefore, you should never worry about how to reach Mumbai, because there is always a way to visit this vibrant city!

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  • Alibag to Mahabaleshwar  Beaches - Forts - Temples

    Customizable Tour | 5 Nights

    Alibag (2) Kashid (1) Mahabeleshwar (2)
    Alibag to Mahabaleshwar Beaches - Forts - Temples
    Customisable itineraries where you may choose transport, stay & sightseeing as per your taste & comfort.
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    Alibag (2) Kashid (1) Mahabeleshwar (2)

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    A vacation in Maharashtra can be a wonderful experience for holidaymakers, beach lovers and nature enthusiasts as it is home some scenic hill stations and beach towns. Alibag is known for its serene beaches, which draw hordes of tourists from across the globe while Kashid is also famous for the same reason. In Mahabaleshwar, the last destination on the tour, you will get a chance to see some mesmeric sights from its various vantage points.


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  • Amazing Maharashtra

    Customizable Tour | 5 Nights

    Mumbai (2) Lonavala (1) Mahabaleshwar (1) Alibag (1)
    Amazing Maharashtra
    Customisable itineraries where you may choose transport, stay & sightseeing as per your taste & comfort.
    Customizable Tour 5
    SELLER: Kiomoi
    Mumbai (2) Lonavala (1) Mahabaleshwar (1) Alibag (1)
    The gorgeous hill stations of Maharashtra boast of pristine beauty, cool weather, amazing trekking spots and enchanting beaches. The tour includes visits to popular locations like Khandala, Mahabaleshwar, Lonavala and Alibagh, as well as major tourist attractions of Mumbai. These hill stations are flocked by numerous tourists every year to bask in the pleasant weather, in the lap of nature, away from the daily city chaos. Prince of Wales Museum, Hanging Gardens, Korigad Fort, Babington Point, Khanderi Fort and Kihim Beach are some of the places that you will visit on this tour. So get this 6-day package right away and enjoy a blissful getaway amidst nature's delights.


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    • Rs.328
  • Jyotirlinga Temple Visit In Maharashtra

    Customizable Tour | 5 Nights

    Mumbai (2) Ahmednagar (1) Aurangabad (1) Nasik (1)
    Jyotirlinga Temple Visit In Maharashtra
    Customisable itineraries where you may choose transport, stay & sightseeing as per your taste & comfort.
    Customizable Tour 5
    SELLER: VBM Holidays
    Mumbai (2) Ahmednagar (1) Aurangabad (1) Nasik (1)
    The state of Maharashtra in India boasts of being home to the fast-paced city of Mumbai. In addition to some modern landmarks, Mumbai houses ancient sites such as the Gateway of India, Elephanta cave temples and beautiful vast beaches. Maharashtra is also home to 5 of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples in the world. On this tour you will get to visit these 5 Jyotirlingas namely - Grishneshwar, Trimbakeshwar, Bhimashankar, Aundha Nagnath and Parli Vaijnath. So embark upon a spiritual and leisure tour to Maharashtra on this well- planned package, while your travel and accommodation are taken care of.


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Mumbai Guide

  • How To Reach Mumbai

    How To Reach Mumbai

    Surface - Mumbai is connected by a slew of National Highways to other parts of the country. NH 3 (Nashik, Indore, Gwalior and Agra), NH 4 (Bangalore and Chennai), NH 8 (Delhi via Gujarat and Rajasthan), NH 17 (Goa and Kerala) and the Mumbai-Pune Expressway provide swift road links to the rest of India.

    Mumbai enjoys a great network of bus services that effectively link it to places far and near. The MSRTC (Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation) terminals at Mumbai Central, Dadar, Parel, Nehru Nagar-Kurla and Borivali operate services to various cities across India. Some of the major cities beyond Maharashtra include Hyderabad, Belgaum, Hubli, Bangalore, Mangalore, Trichur, Udaipur, Ajmer, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Indore, Nashik, Aurangabad, and Goa. Cities within Maharashtra such as Pune have services every 10 minutes. Key private operators include VRL, National, Sharma, Dolphin, Paulo and Southern Travels. From high end AC Volvo buses to comfortable sleepers, these fleets are efficiently managed. Many of the bigger players such as VRL have their own gas stations and motels en route thus offering a seemless travel experience.

    Train - Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), Mumbai Central, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (Kurla), Bandra and Dadar stations connect the city to the rest of the country. Each of these stations are associated with certain zonal railways. For example, trains under Central Railways operate from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) or Victoria Terminus (VT) as it was earlier known. This largely includes destinations in the east and south, and a few to the north operate from here. Likewise Western Railways operates from Mumbai Central or Bandra station. They operate trains that head North to Rajasthan, Gujarat and Delhi among others.

    Air - Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport airport is India's busiest airport. It is also the most important entry point for overseas travelers. The Mumbai-Delhi sector is the countryâs busiest air corridor and attractive fares are easily available. The airport has two terminals: International Terminal or Terminal 2 (popularly known as Sahar airport) and the Domestic Terminal or Terminal 1 ( referred to as Santacruz). 4 Kilometers apart, the two terminals are linked by free bus shuttles.

    Terminal 1 and 2 are further sub-divided. The Domestic Terminal comprises Terminals 1A and 1B. Terminal 1A serves Air India and Kingfisher Airlines while Terminal 1B serves Jet Airways, GoAir, and SpiceJet.

    Likewise the Terminal 2 is further sub divided into Terminal 2C (Air India and its partner airlines) and Terminal 2A (which serves most of the other international airlines). Terminal 2B is currently out of service.

    Prepaid taxi counters are available within the airport. This service is regulated, and hence a safer option compared to walking out of the terminal and waving down a cab.

    Sea - Apart from closeby places such as Alibaug and Murud, there are no passanger ships to other coastal cities. Goa formerly was connected by a regular service, not any more. There are a few cruises but they do not ply on a regular basis.

  • Shopping in Mumbai

    Shopping in Mumbai

    Being a premier port city, Mumbai has always been a great shopping destination. From traditional bazaars to pavement shopping to swank malls, Mumbai offers a wide variety. Colaba Causeway is popular with tourists for its buzz and colorful atmosphere. Full of hawkers, stalls and shops selling garments, shoes, perfumes, knick-knacks, imported electronics and mass-produced gizmos, this is a must visit if only to take in the atmosphere. Flora Fountain to Kala Ghoda area is another great place for books, music, art and antiques.

    For more traditional options Mangaldas Market near CST is popular for fabrics. Zaveri Bazaar is the place for jewelry while intricate embroidery work can be sourced from Mohammed Ali Road. Look no beyond Linking Road in Bandra and Fashion Street near Azad Maidan if street fashion beckons. Export reject garment can be picked up at throwaway prices.

    Crossroads near Haji Ali Dargah was the first of Mumbai's malls that came up in the late 90s. Among the newer ones, Phoenix Mall and In-orbit Mall offer great experience with restaurants, designer stores, nightclubs, and a bowling alley. Oberoi Shopping Arcade is the place for leather goods. While the stretch from Bandra, Khar, Santa Cruz to Juhu is full of trendy home décor shops such as Tresorie. For haute couture, Kemps Corner and surrounds are ideal.

    On a visit to Mumbai do not forget to pick a good luck charm in the form of a little clay Ganesha, the patron deity of the city.

  • Restaurants in Mumbai

    Restaurants in Mumbai

    Indian - All popular Indian cuisines are readily available in Mumbai. Kailash Parbat is a great place for inexpensive Sindhi vegetarian snacks, delicious sweets, and masala chai. Laxmi Villas serves excellent South Indian fare while Bade Miya is city legend for its range of great kebabs. Among the more up-market joints is Trishna. Known for its seafood cooked in a wide variety of ways, the prawns and lobsters are often brought to the table for the guestâs inspection, a bit like they do with wine bottles. Copper Chimney is another stop in the cityâs culinary itinerary for its wide variety of Indian cuisines from North Indian to coastal fares. Oh Calcutta! is a Bengali specialty joint in the Worli area. Sample their hilsa fish preparation in mustard oil. Swati Snacks is ideal for bhelpuri and homemade ice creams.

    Chinese - India Jones at Hilton Towers, Mainland China at Saki Naka, Ming's Pavilion at Colaba and Golden Dragon at Taj Mahal Hotel are among the better known Chinese joints. Colaba and Bandra areas have the highest density of these restaurants. China Gate and China White in Bandra stand out

    European/Continental - Mumbai's global city status is borne out by restaurants offering everything from Japanese to Lebanese to Mexican. Wasabi at Taj Mahal Hotel sets the benchmark for Japanese cuisine. Pan Asian restaurants like Tiffin at the Oberoi and India Jones at Hilton Towers offer a wide variety of world cuisines. Jos at Kala Ghoda offers excellent East Asian fare at moderate prices. For fusion cuisine we recommend Zenzi at Bandra and Out of the Blue at Pali Hill. Olive at Bandra, Rain at Juhu and Indigo (behind Taj Mahal hotel) are owned and run by the city's celebrity chefs, and hence much sought after by the swish set. Salt Water Grill next to Chowpatty's watersports complex offers great water front setting. And finally, the two legends in continental cuisine at reasonable prices - Cafe Leopold and Cafe Mondegar.

    Regional Specialty - street food. The ubiquitous âvada-pavâ is Mumbai's favorite on-the-run snack. A potato cutlet sandwiched between two small buns is a must try. âBhel puriâ is a mixture of puffed rice, fried potato vermicelli, assorted crunchy fried stuff, sliced boiled potato, green chilly, tamarind water, chopped onions and coriander. Next in line is âPao bhaji.â Bread buns lightly fried is served with mashed vegetable curry and often topped with coriander and chilly sauce. Our last recommendation would be to have a fruit-milk shake. Made of fresh fruit - pineapple, mango, banana, chikoo or custard apple - in combination with milk, this is the perfect drink for the cityâs warm and humid climate.

    Among restaurants Anantashram is top of the charts. A very basic joint with tables, stools and benches by way of furniture, serves the most delicious Malvani cuisine of Maharashtraâs coastal region - Konkan. Their prawn curry is simply awesome. Thali meals are so popular that by 12.30 or so it is all over. So land up well in advance â 11 am (remember Mumbai starts early). Also try Parsi restaurants in the Colaba and Fort areas of South Mumbai for their distinctive cuisine. Paradise, Jimmy Boy, Ideal Corner and Britannia are some of the popular Parsi restaurants.


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