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Traveling as a young couple.

by jakeandadeleuk

Hi, we are planning to go to mumbai in the 2nd week of march, would you advise this? we will be also staying in a 5* hotel, is this another bad idea? Would it be better if we stayed in a hotel at the airport, would that be safer? Do we run the risk of been kidnapped because we are british, or do they just kill you or rape you? Basicly we just want an honest answer to how safe it is, surley there still must be thousands of brittish going there?? Many thanks.

Re: Traveling as a young couple.

by vpas

hello there!just relax.india is as safe or not as most other places in the world today.OMG!you will not get killed or raped just because you are british-please read the pages of other travellers to India.You could read the pages by non-indians so that you have an objective picture.
India can be great fun,once you take the right precautions(avoid uncooked food outside,drink only mineral water from sealed bottles only,dress appropriately etc.)
regarding stay at 5 star hotels,the security has been beefed up consideably.five star stays in india is super luxury(i find 5 stars in india give better service and care than the ones abroad)so if you can afford it-- have fun.but even otherwise you can get good hotels which are three star.
read more on india before you come to help you get a picture of what to expect.
hope you have a good time,

Re: Traveling as a young couple.

by pgthompson

Definitely stay at the airport, otherwise if you stay in the city then you'll have chance to see the place! They tend to kidnap you first and then rape you and then kill you, it's far better than killing you and then raping you - not a pleasant experience - I'm sure your girlfriend is really looking forward to the trip!!

Re: Traveling as a young couple.

by shrinagesh

India is safe.How many foreigners were vitimised during the last five years?.

Re: Traveling as a young couple.

by grets

Please tell me this posting is a joke.

I have been to India five times, and I have never been kidnapped, raped or killed. Nor has it ever occurred to me that I would be. I am returning to India in October, and I will be going to Mumbai this time.

Would you have these same thoughts if you were going to London? After all, someone blew up a bus there a couple of years ago.....

There are dangers everywhere you go, you never know when your time is up. India is one of the friendlies places you could wish to go; try and take some time to see the city, experience their culture and taste their food. You might like it.

Re: Traveling as a young couple.

by lynnehamman

Where on earth do you get this insane idea from ???

Re: Traveling as a young couple.

by rkhanna

Young guys what gives you the Idea that Mumbai is such a Horibal place..
There are couples and girls party all night in clebs and no one rapes them..

well if you need any help please let us know.Stay at the juhu beach area which has a good range of 3-5 star hotels.
Other options is south mumbai but the securith is 5 stars is getting to the nerves

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Travel Tips for Mumbai

Meeting of Cultures

by ranger49

We were travelling with an English family with 4 very blonde children aged 6 - 16 years.
As we left the caves I became aware that a small group of about 7/8 Indian youths were following us.
I was the only adult close to the children and lingered to keep an eye on them - but all the lads wanted was to have their photograph taken with the little blondies.

I, we all, had such a lot of happy fun taking the photos - on the cameras the Indian boys offered - but I really regret not having a pictiure of that happy, spontaneous friendly gathering myself.
So - if people stare - don't run away - they most probably want to be friends!


by Amitu

Mumbai offers the avid food junkie everything from vada paav, a streetside delicacy, to the best in French cuisine, served in fancy restaurants, with even fancier names. Breakfast timings are usually from 6.30 am -10.30 am, lunch between 12.00 Noon -3.30 pm & dinner from 7.30 pm -1am. (there are tons of eateries open 24-7 as well)

Some tips:
1.Freshly cooked food is safest.
2.Ice can be suspect, especially if it has arrived in a block carried on a bicycle and dropped off on the street in front of the restaurant.
3.Quite a few travelers avoid meat in India, reasoning that meat is more likely to be off, or make you sick. India has probably the best vegetarian cuisine in the world, so this is no hardship. However, if your diet does include meat you may not want to miss some of the excellent meat dishes you can get here. As a rule, though, don't do your meat ordering in the lower end restaurants or station platforms.
4.Keep your finger nails short and clean. Wash your hands frequently, and especially before you eat. Even the dirtiest drive will have a place to wash hands, though they may not have soap. Carry some with you, though you can usually get someone to deliver a tiny sliver of soap, or a bit of liquid or powdered dish soap if you protest long enough. I see this as a service to other patrons, and have noticed that more and more restaurants, even on the low end, are trying to supply soap.

Holi - the festival of colors!

by rjogadiya

The festival of Holi is celebrated on the day after the full moon in early March every year.

Originally a festival to celebrate good harvests and fertility of the land, Holi is now a symbolic commemmoration of a legend from Hindu Mythology. The story centres around an arrogant king who resents his son Prahlada worshipping Lord Vishnu. He attempts to kill his son but fails each time. Finally, the king's sister Holika who is said to be immune to burning, sits with the boy in a huge fire. However, the prince Prahlada emerges unscathed, while his aunt burns to death. Holi commemorates this event from mythology, and huge bonfires are burnt on the eve of Holi as its symbolic representation.

This exuberant festival is also associated with the immortal love of Krishna and Radha, and hence, Holi is spread over 16 days in Vrindavan as well as Mathura - the two cities with which Lord Krishna shared a deep affiliation.

Apart from the usual fun with coloured powder and water, Holi is marked by vibrant processions which are accompanied by folk songs, dances and a general sense of abandoned vitality.

Don't forget to visit places around Mumbai...

by mumbai_man

Many tourists travelling to India stop for a day or two in Mumbai. They spend most of their time visiting the touristy destinations in the north or the south. They can also utilize their time in Mumbai better by visiting some of the loveliest places I have ever visited. Since Mumbai is India's financial capital and many wealthy people live there. A lot of places around Mumbai have been developed for these people to chill out. Most of these are na tural scenic places developed during British period. If you are in Mumbai by any chance, don't get trapped in the pollution of the city. Make sure you venture out to atleast one of the nearby places. There are some web sites that rpovide information on such destinations. I found very useful. You can find others if you search online. The places around Mumbai are cool especially during monsoon that is Jun to Sept.

The tourist destinations in the north and south are very commercialised. If you are looking for some change, I guess visiting places around mumbai will be the best thing to do. That is what I have learned after my four trips to India :)

Keneri Caves Lingam

by jessicadf

Our cab driver, one morning in Bombay, suggested that we visit the Keneri Caves, about an hour north from Juhu Beach. This is a series of caves, carved out of a rock hillside by monks, centuries ago. The cab driver suggested that we might have lunch with the guru who now lives there. Well, we couldn't pass up having lunch with the guru! :)

The caves were well worth the visit, and we were pleased to be the only westerners there. It wasn't very crowded, but what visitors there were, were Indian. We didn't find the guru, but that was fine -- we had a good time without him.


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