Hotel Bawa Continental

Opp. Theosophical Society, Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai,
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What else to do around mumbai ?

by loose_motion

Is there a hill station within 2 hours of a car ride from mumbai that can be visited on a 1 day trip to the city ?

Re: What else to do around mumbai ?

by Donna_in_India

Hey Sameer! I'd recommend Matheran. Really nice hiking and views (and monkeys!). Although not a hill station - and maybe a little further than 2 hours - you can check out Alibag and it's beaches, fort, etc. But unless you can head further to Kashid and Murud from Alibag, I'd check out Matheran.

Re: What else to do around mumbai ?

by mili_143

Yes you can visit lonavala which is nearby mumbai. Previously it was a hill station but now you can get only good weather thats it. But its worth. You can enjoy chikki and fudge over there, its amezing.

Re: What else to do around mumbai ?

by into-thin-air

Another idea, although not a Hill Station is to take the ferry to Elephant Island – I think this was the highpoint of my own time in Mumbai !!
Good Luck

Re: What else to do around mumbai ?

by ni3sgalave

Hi Sameer ,I Will 1 day Around mumbai To less But You Have Several Options Some of the beautiful hill stations that attract a lot of tourists are
3.Chikhaldhara Hills,
4.Jawahar and some other beautiful places like Khandala, Lonavala and Karla.
Enjoy Ur Hill station Rides......

Re: What else to do around mumbai ?

by rkall

Yes, you may go to Metheran.
Matheran is a great hill-station retreat, so close to Mumbai yet so unpolluted.
And don’t forget to carry light woolens.

Travel Tips for Mumbai

Eat Paan from the roadside...

by cyrus_irani

Eat Paan from the roadside stands. If you're afraid and think you might get sick, well, this is a risk you take. During my 3 week stay in Mumbai my cousins would regularly take me to savour delicious paan from the panwallahs on Chowpatty beach. The photo was taken from the back of my cousin Farhan's scooter.

Elephantine Meeting with Mizzie from KL.

by aadil

This was one of the places we went to see near Mumbai when Mizzie was in India during her short stay here. The picture was taken on the return journey from the Elephanta Island so you can see the Mumbai skyline in the background. Now doesn't she look like a Bollywood filmstar? HAHAHA!!!

Moslem Bombay

by MM212

With over 18% of its nearly 14 million inhabitants Moslem, Bombay in certain parts feels entirely like a Moslem city. The majority of the community is Sunni, though Shiites exist as a small minority. Much of the Moslem population, like other Mumbaikars, lives in slums, but the luckier ones seem to be concentrated in the area just to the north of Crawford Market and around Chor Bazaar. Naturally, this area has the highest concentration of Mosques in the city. Here and elsewhere in Bombay, mosques, Hindu temples, churches and other places of worship lie side by side showing exemplary tolerance with little tension among the inhabitants. Attached are photos of a few mosques around the city. The "Things to do" tab contains specific descriptions on a few other mosques.


by Willettsworld

As I was walking along Marine Drive, I stumbled across this cricket game being played in one of the Gymkhanas that are located here. I spent quite some time here watching this game and saw some good shots played as well as some wickets taken. The word Gymkhana is derived from the Urdu and Hindi word for "racket court" and is originally referred to a place where sporting events take place as well as meeting places where contests were held to test the skill of competitors.

Locals love and live cricket...

by tarush

Locals love and live cricket in Bombay and you will see the game being played on every field and you will often see entire side-streets being converted into their playing field with the occasional car disrupting play. Shown here is cricket being played in Cross Maidan (Maidan means field) with the high court in the backdrop.


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