Hotel Garden

42, Garden Road, Colaba, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400039, India
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Forum Posts

help me out..

by pevn

cn ne1 tl me hw much vl it cost if v tak a cab from mumbai domestic airport to santa cruz east?? n hw lng vl it tak.. ??? pl..

Re: help me out..

by christine.j

Hi and welcome to VT. I cannot help you with your question, but I can tell you that VT lets posters use up to 10 000 characters for writing a question, very generous.So there is no need to use all these abbreviations.Your question would be much easier to read.

Re: help me out..

by travelmad478

I had the same reaction. You're on the internet, with a full keyboard, not sending a text on a mobile phone. Use all the letters you want. They don't cost anything. And someone might understand your question!

Re: help me out..

by Donna_in_India

Hi - depends on where exactly you want to go. The airport is in Santa Cruz East so prepaid fare should be the minimum - maybe Rs 100 (non AC). Timing is difficult because I don't know where you want to go - could be 15 minutes or less or more - depending on traffic as well.

Re: help me out..

by puerto_lover

Yes it's very close - if you are familiar with online maps you can get a better idea ?
Open Google Maps and search for :
MUMBAI DOMESTIC AIRPORT, Vile Parle
You can see at a glance where your airport is. then you can go to Directions and look for your destination and Google Maps will give you an estimated time and distance !
but it is close and as Donna says - maybe 15 minutes maximum by taxi.

Re: help me out..

by pevn

donna.. >> thanq.. :) n i wanna go to aaram society road.. s it dr in vakola ?? i hv no idea..

puerto..>> thanq.. dt ws really helpful.. :)

Re: help me out..

by Donna_in_India

Vakola is right down the highway from the airport. Should take less than 15 minutes. Not sure of the road - is that where hotel is?

Re: help me out..

by pevn

nope.. ma frnd lives dr in vakola.. its hr bdy on saturday.. wna gv hr a surprise.. dts y.. :)

Re: help me out..

by Donna_in_India

Okay - shouldn't be a problem getting there. Have fun...and welcome to VT! Just got back from visiting Chennai on Monday. :-))

Re: help me out..

by pevn

cool yaar.. :) u act 4m mumbai.. ???

Re: help me out..

by Donna_in_India

From US - have lived in Mum for 6 yrs

Re: help me out..

by pevn

oh ok.. cn u suggest me sum hotels wr i cn stay.. ???

Re: help me out..

by Donna_in_India

All hotels around the airport are pretty expensive. Check www.makemytrip.com or www.cleartrip.com to see what they have available. You'd want to stay in Anderi - East or West, Vile Parle, Santa Cruz, Bandra, Khar, or Juhu. If you go to Colaba, Nariman Point, etc. (the "city") you'll be quite a distance from your friend. Traffic is pretty bad.... Depends on your budget and where you want to stay...

Re: help me out..

by Amar_kirale

Hi,

Cab from international airport to Santacruz East should not cost you more than Rs100/-. It would take 45-50mins(7 - 8km aproximately) in peak hours i.e between 5.30 - 8.30pm. If you are landing at midnight it shouldn't take you more than 10 - 15mins.

Re: help me out..

by mbktpt

3 TO 4 USD OR 150 TO 200INR

Re: help me out..

by Amar_kirale

100INR
....

For calculations 1USD = 50INR (approximately on the higher side)

Travel Tips for Mumbai

If you are craving a clean...

by kuini

If you are craving a clean salad and 'western' atmosphere, then go to Leopolds, in Colaba.It's also a good place to meet other travellers, it gets quite busy there and sometimes you can feel like you can;t relax after a meal as they want your table to give to someone else...still i was glad i went there.. Sneaking on foot in the backstreets of some Mumbai suburb, away from a police patrol car in the early hours of the morning, with my Mumbai friend. Going to this grunge bar and feeling right at home..

Mobile Charging

by keeweechic

Interestingly I found that the local telephone network Airtel has these units installed in McDonalds for people to charge their mobiles there while they eat. I saw another such unit at the airport in Delhi while waiting to fly out. No doubt they are in many places.

Khadi Cloths

by ni3sgalave

If you're travelling in India it's a good idea to wear khadi. This is the name for hand-spun and hand-woven cotton. It was a symbol of Gandhi's independence movement. But more importantly for the visitor it's the most comfortable thing you can wear in this country when the temperature rises.
Ready-made khadi shirts and trousers (kurta/pyjama) can be purchased at branches of KVIC/Khadi Bhavan (found in most cities).
Or better still, take the time to buy a length of cloth and get your clothes tailored. Anybody you ask will be able to recommend a good tailor.
It's a fun thing for the family to do and will keep everybody cool, comfortable and happy in the heat.
Wear tailored khadi in India and you'll all feel much more at home.

Wankhede Stadium

by ni3sgalave

Wankhede Stadium is a cricket stadium that was established in 1975. Nobody knew that a dispute between the Cricket Club of India (CCI) and Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) would result into the largest cricket stadium in Mumbai.
Wankhede Stadium has ousted Brabourne Stadium in all respects. It has become the main cricket venue in the city and always stands in competition to host an international match in India. With a seating capacity of 45,000 spectators, the coliseum tenders a spectacular sight of cricket. The sports ground has been testimony to the great innings, for instance Gavaskar's 205 and Kallicharan's 187 in the 1978-79 series
Being close to the sea, the ground proffers spin and bounce to the spinners and swing to fast bowlers. In 1995, Wankhede Stadium was upgraded with lights, to host day and night matches. Subsequently, it made the venue for an India-Australia match in the 1996 Cricket World Cup. The coliseum has been assigned to host the finals of 2011 Cricket World Cup; due to this it would undertake a major renovation. Great Stadium Facilitys Provided

CHOWPATTY BEACH: Chowpatty...

by srhussaini

CHOWPATTY BEACH: Chowpatty occupies a Special place in the life of Mumbai, being the venue of mass political meetings during thefreedom struggle Spectacular Immersion of Ganesh idols take place hereXon the 10th day of the Ganesh Festival.

ELEPHANTA ISLAND: 9 km by sea, 7th century rock cut temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Regular conducted tours by launches available from Gateway of India.

GATEWAY OF INDIA: Built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to India in 1911, designed in the 16th century Gujarat style.

HEADQUARTERS OF WESTERN RAILWAY: An attractive building with a sculptured group representing engineering, commeree and agriculture as ornamentation.

HIGH COURT: An early English Gothic style of architecture completed in 1878.

HUTATMA CHOWK: Business centre of Mumbai formerly known as Flora Fountain.

JAIN TEMPLE: Built in marble in 1904, dedicated to Adinath, the first Tirthankara or apostle.

KAMLA NEHRU-PARK: Situated on the slopes of Malabar Hills offers a panoramic view of Marine Drive.

MANI BHAVAN (GANDHI MEMORIAL): A memorial to Mahatma Gandhi who stayed here from time to time between 1917 and 1934.

NETAJI SUBHASH ROAD (MARINE DRIVE): A promenade along the waterfront.

PHEROZSHAH MEHTA GARDENS (HANGING GARDENS): Laid out in 1881 on top of a reservoir.

PRINCE OF WALES MUSEUM: One of the most interesting museums of India, has three main sections: Art, Archaeology and Natural History.

TARAPOREWAIA AQUARIUM: Opened in 1951, has interesting specimens of marine and fresh-water fish.

CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI TERMINUS (Formerly Victoria Terminus): Designed in Italian Gothic style by F.W. Stevens. The Ist train to steam out of Mumbai was from here to Thane in 1853.

Other places of interest in the city are the University, Rajabai Clock Tower, Jehangir Art Gallery, Nehru Science Centre, Mahalakshmi Temple, Afghan Church, Raudat Tahera and Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Market (Crawford Market), and in the Suburbs are Kanheri Caves, National Park, Lion Safari Park, Esselworld and Juhu Beach.

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