Hotel Grant

44, Proctor Road, Grant Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 007, India
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passport control

by thuyronald

I have a question that I need to know. Please help.

I'm a US citizen and will be arriving from a domestic flight from Delhi to Mumbai. I assume that I will not need to go through passport control/immigration at the domestic airport. Is this correct?

Thanks in advance.

Twee

Re: passport control

by Donna_in_India

Hi - correct, no passport control/immigration when you arrive in Mumbai from Delhi.

Re: passport control

by jethanand

Donna is right on.

Additionally, you may be asked to identify yourself for security or luggage check-in. At that time, it is necessary to have some form of identification issued by the government. This is for security purposes and not related to immigrations or customs. I was not asked any questions when I used my US passport.

Re: passport control

by thuyronald

Thank you for your help

Re: passport control

by rkhanna

Hi Your question has got the answer, just to add depending on your airline you are likely to land at the domestic airport in Vile parle and not the sahar international airport , so just walk out.
rohit

Travel Tips for Mumbai

me and marni

by mili_143

Me and VT friend marni had a nice one day tour of mumbai in which we had enjoyed elephanta caves, gate way of india, dhobi ghat, hanging garden and more. Had a wonderful lunch at food inn at colaba , one of the best restaurant having tasty food.

MUMBAI TRIVIA

by Amitu

-Mumbai singlehandedly handles about 25% of the domestic and 38% of the international air passenger traffic in the country.

-Mumbai's suburban rail systems carry a total of 2.2 billion passengers every year. Incidentally, the world's population is 6 billion.

-Mumbai's literacy rate is 85.6% (female: 82.7%, male: 90%) compared with India's overall literacy of 65.4%.

-Mumbai's per capita income is Rs 48,954. This is almost three times the national average!

-At the end of financial year 2002-03, Mumbai paid Rs 28,000 crore in taxes, 35% of India's collection of Rs 82,000 crore!

Within a hundred years of...

by o00o

Within a hundred years of their arrival in India, the Parsees fulfilled their promise and consecrated a fire temple in Sanjan in honor of Behram Yazata. Contrary to popular belief, no consecrated fire has ever been brought from Iran, only the ash, alat and nirang were brought to maintain ritual continuity.

Horniman Circle

by mariocibelli

Horniman Circle
Laid out in 1869, on the site of the old Bombay Green and originally called Elphinstone Circle, Horniman Circle is the epicentre of the Fort area. The Circle consists of James Scott’s elegantly curved, arcade terraces with a garden in the middle. It was the first significant piece of the city's redevelopment, which began under the Governorship of Sir Bartle Frere in the 1860s. The gardens in the middle of the Circle, which are open to the public, are a lush and shady retreat from the glare and bustle of the streets, a good place to break a morning’s sightseeing. Following Independence, the Circle was renamed Horniman Circle, after an English journalist, Benjamin Horniman, who was an ardent proponent of the cause of Indian self-determination.

The Elephanta Caves & the...

by delon

The Elephanta Caves & the kanheri Caves are great places to visit. The Elephanta Caves, dating back to 600 A.D., can be reached by a ferry rideof about 1 hour from the Gateway of India. The kanheri caves were buddhist places of practicing their austerities around the first century A.D. They are situated in Bombay's National Park. Adjoining pic : Elephanta Caves

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