Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai

114 Dr E Moses Rd, Worli, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 018, India
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by komalraheja7

Which is one of the most memorable train journeys that you recollect?

Re: Trains

by xymmot

every time I am on a train in Germany and we go by the Cologne Station seeing the cathedrals. i remember the first time and always enjoy it when I see it again. Cheers Tommy x

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by lynnehamman

Mumbai to Kolkata- from west to east in India. 2 nights & 3 days on the train, and a wonderful trip.

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by KathyGh

The one from Fort William to Milngavie (Scotland). After walking the West Highland Way, to catch the train back is wonderful. Stunning scenery.

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by ranger49

I was going to give my favoutite but, like Lynne, assumed that as the question is in the Mumbai Forum it referred only to train Journeys in India.
Be nice if
komalraheja7 comes back and clarifies the question.

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by riyasharma

Once i had gone to Jaipur for my college trip.I enjoyed allllllot with my friends.It was my first trip in train without my parents.We also did a lot of masti.Since then i started liking traveling by trains and also knowing new things about trains.To fulfill my expectations i have found this interesting page which keeps me updated with all news and events related to Train in India.Check this out :

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by xscorcho

agra ----> delhi

only because i was surrounded by awesome & friendly Indians that made the ride go super fast even though it was 4 hours late getting into delhi! were lots of laughs on this journey :D

Travel Tips for Mumbai

Read about your destination

by ranger49

If you enjoy reading and like to read novels set in, and about your, destination you have a great wealth of literature from which to choose.

Among my favourite novels set in Mumbai are three by Rohinton Mistry
A Parsi, born in Mumbai in 1952, he emigtrared to Toronto,Canada in 1975..

I read his novels -

Such a Long Journey
A Fine Balance
before I went to Mumbai.

Later I read
Family Matters

Then read all of them again.

GANDHI MUSEUM (Mani Bhavan).

by travelwise217

Gandhi Museum is also known as M.G Museum located at Mani Bhavan, Address is 19, Laburnam Road, Gamdevi, Near Nana Chowk which is still there and dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi a legend, He was the first freedom fighter with the slogan of "Ahinsa Parmodharam" who belived in Non violence.

Mani bhawan is now converted to Gandhi gallery, where pictures and old libraries related to mahatma still there for reference. Any person can visit this place from Monday to Friday between 9:00 am and 6:00 PM which are the timings of Museum.

Specialty of the place is the things he use to use during satyagraha times, like khadi clothes, His unique watch which is very famous and known sa Gandhi Clock, his Charkha and Pictures etc.

Street Vendors

by Escadora7

To use the term "Street Vendors" is a little awkward in Bombay - anything and everything is sold on the streets. Most of the vendors have little stalls that are directly on the street or bordering the street. As a visitor - don't be afraid - it's OK to buy things on the street, just don't forget to haggle about the price. (Yes, of course, if you are from a Western country - watch out what you eat.)

Try the roasted nuts or the corn on the cob - both coming straight out of the fire and coals, which gives it a special flavor.

What was particularly interesting about this picture of the smiling Indian gent selling his nuts :P ... was that the photograph was clicked in a primary Hindu locality (Maharashtrian), but still had a huge crucifix of Jesus right on the corner of the street ... mingling of varied cultures and religions happens right there?

Try not to be shocked by the...

by jessicadf

Try not to be shocked by the multitudinous beggars... women shoving their babies in the taxi window, people with terrible deformities... you'll see it, and eventually numb (sad as that may be) somewhat.

If you dress in the local attire, you're less likely to be pestered too much. However, even when I was wearing salwar kameez, no makeup, etc., I was nearly constantly hounded for money or to buy something or whatever. It was exhausting!


by MM212

Located northwest of South Bombay, Bandra is one of the wealthiest suburbs/ neighbourhoods in greater Mumbai. It was once a completely separate port town from Bombay, but rapid urban growth swallowed it into the agglomeration. Bandra has become the neighbourhood of choice for many rising upper-middle class locals as well as Bollywood's flashiest stars, making the town a place with numerous restaurants and a vibrant nightlife. In addition, the promenade along the water is quite beautiful and scenic. However, not all is new at Bandra. The area was inhabited long before the Portuguese captured it in 1543, along with the rest of the shore, but when the Brits took over Bombay to the south, Bandra remained a Portuguese colony until they were driven out in the 18th century. As a result, Bandra has historically been a mostly Catholic neighbourhood, with the highest concentration of Catholic churches in greater Bombay and some of the oldest. Today's Bandra is known for religious tolerance and has attracted Moslems, Hindus and other communities. From south Bombay, with traffic, a taxi ride will take about 45 minutes, but is well worth the day trip.


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Address: 114 Dr E Moses Rd, Worli, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 018, India