Hotel Imperial Palace

45, Telly Park Road, Anderi E, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400069, India
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15 hours in Mumbai

by dahomej


Is it a good idea to spend a day on Juhu beach between flights?
Are there any facilities, restaurants, sand, beach beds, or... anything?
Just to recover after long flight and wait for another one.

Thank you

Re: 15 hours in Mumbai

by vpas

Sadly we dont have beach beds etc. on the juhu beach.You will find,street food or mobile 'bandis' that sell indian snacks on the beach itself;there are plenty of good restraurants nearby the beach.
write to donna in india(who is also a vt member)she lives in mumbai and maybe the best person to advice you on what you could do in 15 hours!in mumbai.
Hope this helps,

Travel Tips for Mumbai

the sky as nightlife...

by pollon

In the pic Aadil, his wife and me and, yes, I called the telescope "wife" infact if you read Aadil's homepage, he states that she is astronomy.
We are on the flat roof of my four stars hotels and thanks to Aadil's wife I could see for the first time two of Saturno's rings and the moon with its craters, which till then I had seen only on books!! Isn't this a spectacular nighlife activity?? but for me it's also one of my best memories of Mumbai!!

People on rocks by mosque

by Willettsworld

Whilst visiting the Haji Ali Mosque in northern Mumbai, I noticed loads of people clambering on top of the rocks that lie at the end of the causeway that connects on the mosque to the mainland. I've no idea why there were so many people here or what they were doing so if someone can fill me in then let me know!


by Amitu

Quite a few foreign visitors have a dread of Indian toilets. The squat-type toilets that are common in cheaper hotels are actually much more hygienic and healthier for the system than sit-down toilets. They just take a little getting used too. HOWEVER, ALMOST ALL TOILETS IN BOMBAY ARE THE SIT-DOWN TYPE. But I find the other type of toilets an experience in itself, so I will throw in my two cents on it.
The first thing to do, before you use the toilet, is to pour a bit of water down it. Stand on the two footpads at the edge of the keyhole shaped bowl with the large opening at the back of you. Hold on to something and squat over the bowl. You'll find this squat position aids in the defecation process. Once done, pour a bucket of water down the bowl to flush. Historically, all humans defecated this way, and still the bulk of the world's people prefers this method. Once they get used to it, many Westerners prefer it.

A tissueless existence:
Once you have mastered the squat toilet, you may want to try to give up that wasteful, environmentally damaging practice of using toilet paper.
If you do feel adventurous, here are some basic tips. You'll need about a litre of water. All Indian bathrooms have a little mug and a tap or a bucket of water. When you have finished, reach behind you and between your legs with your LEFT hand and, holding the full mug of water in your RIGHT hand, pour the water slowly into your left hand. You can pour from the front or the back - which ever feels most comfortable. Use the water in your cupped left hand to wash yourself. Repeat as many times as necessary. Air dry. When you are done, wash your hands well with soap.

Manori beach

by shobhanaj

This is a secluded part of Mumbai. It is ideal for a short getaway from the madness of the city. The beach is clean and pretty quiet on weekdays – but be ready for a surge over weekends. The waters here are not safe for swimming due to strong currents. Every year many people die here due to drowning so it is best avoided. There are a couple of nice places to stay there. To get there, take a train to Malad station and either a bus or an autorickshaw to Manori pier. Better yet take a taxi to the pier from anywhere. Take the ferry across and then a horse buggy or autorickshaw.


by Amitu

MADH ISLAND-one of my favorite get-aways. Located in the remote area of Erangal beach, this scenic beach reminds me of Goa. Limited public transport(just one local bus route), but a cab ride from the Juhu suburb would take you there in 20 mins.
Must visit the famous resort 'THE RETREAT' for coffee and snacks


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