Unlimited Guide to Visit Mumbai – The City That Never Sleeps

Mumbai is known as the financial capital of India, and it is also the second-highest populated city in India. It is also a famous tourist destination attracting numerous foreigners, as it houses a few UNESCO Heritage Sites and also it is the cultural capital of this country.

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When is the best time to visit Mumbai?

The winter season from October to February is the peak tourist season in Mumbai. The climatic temperature is mild and comfortable for sightseeing and other outdoor activities.

How to get to Mumbai?

Foreign tourists can reach Mumbai by taking flights from their homelands, as this city is connected to almost all parts of the world. They land in Chatrapathi Shivaji International Airport after purchasing air tickets from any reputed airline operating here. SpiceJet flight is a popular option for traveling to Mumbai at an affordable price.

Where to exchange currency

Foreigners can exchange the currency of their home countries with the Indian currency at any of the four currency exchanging points at Terminal 2 of Chatrapathi Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai.

Getting around Mumbai

Mumbai has multiple transport facilities, which tourists can use for sightseeing and simply moving around the city. They can take local trains as there are 4 railway service lines covering 120 stations all over the city and suburbs. They can also get around in buses, cabs, and auto-rickshaws, which are available in large numbers in Mumbai.

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Places to See in Mumbai

Gateway of India is the primary landmark in Mumbai, which was built in 1924 to welcome the king and queen of England. Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Haji Ali Dargah, Red Carpet Wax Museum, Elephanta Caves, Juhu Beach, Marine Drive, and Powai Lake are other important tourist attractions in Mumbai. Pilgrims flock to Siddhivinayak Temple, ISKCON temple, and Shri Mahalakshmi Temple throughout the year. Children enjoy visiting Kidzania, EsselWorld, Taraporewala Aquarium, and Veermata Jijabai Bhosale Zoo in Mumbai.

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Best Places to Shop in Mumbai

Tourists can satisfy their shopping spree by visiting Colaba Causeway Market, Crawford Market, Lokhandwala Market, Linking Road, Hill Road, Mangaldas Market, and Chor Bazaar in Mumbai. They can buy jewelry from Zaveri Bazaar and fashionable garments from Fashion Street and Hindmata Cloth Market.

Best Places to Eat in Mumbai

 Mumbai is a heaven for food lovers where they can taste various types of cuisines, due to the multicultural society in this city. Yugo Sushi in Pali Hill, American Express Bakery in Bandra West, Bachelorr’s in Marine Drive, Suzette in Nariman Point, Theobroma in Lower Parel, and Soul Fry in Pali Hill are only a few places to satisfy the taste buds of foodies.

Go on a Bollywood Tour

The famous Hindi film industry of Mumbai is called Bollywood and all film-lovers fancy having a glimpse of any film shooting and their favorite film stars. Thus, travel agencies can arrange a tour of Bollywood Film City just for two hours when tourists can visit a film studio, dubbing studio, and observe film shooting procedure there.

Where to stay in Mumbai

There are plenty of hotels and resorts in different busy areas of Mumbai. Tourists prefer to stay in Colaba, Andheri West, Bandra West, Worli, and Marine Drive, due to the proximity of several tourist attractions and marketplaces. Fort Kala Ghoda and Bandra-Kurla Complex also offer affordable and comfortable accommodations to tourists.

Festivals in Mumbai

The most famous festival celebrated in Mumbai is Ganesh Chaturthi that lasts for 10 days in many pandals and at all local households. Other major festivals of this city are Banganga Festival, Mumbai International Film Festival, Elephanta Festival, Kala Ghoda Festival, Gudi Padwa, Diwali, Navratri, Eid, and Christmas.

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Nightlife in Mumbai

Mumbai is famous for its vibrant nightlife, as lots of restaurants, bars, dance clubs, nightclubs, and roadside eateries remain open throughout the night. Marine Drive, Juhu Beach, Chowpatty, and Worli Sea Face are the most crowded places at night in Mumbai.

Thus, tourists can enjoy a lot while visiting Mumbai, and travel agencies take care of the entertainment of their customers during the packaged tours of this city.