Oakwood Premier Mumbai

29 1 JR Mhatre Road, Opposite Iris Park Juhu Beac, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400049, India
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Forum Posts

Florist in Mumbai, India

by deejain

I am searching for good florist in Mumbai, India? Does any one know a good florist in Mumbai then please provide me the florist shop address and contact details? Thanks in advance.

Re: Florist in Mumbai, India

by Amar_kirale

There are many flourist in Mumbai. Finding a good flourist won't be an issue. Mumbai is a huge city so if you can tell me where exactly you would be staying in Mumbai, I can suggest you something....

Infact, if you enquire at the hotel reception even they can tell you the nearest flourist.

Most of the flourist have small road side shops...

Re: Florist in Mumbai, India

by sarin.vaze

Hi deejain, I would recommend you to contact Petals and Gifts – Florist in Mumbai through which you can send flowers and gifts to major cities in India at reasonable prices and with on express delivery service.

Contact Details:
Petals and Gifts
Website: http://www.petalsngifts.com
Location: Dadar, Mumbai

Travel Tips for Mumbai

Happening Place to be in

by travelglobe

Most locals understand English , local languages spoken are Marathi,Hindi , Gujarati, its a melting pot of many cultures ,faiths . City is always on the move . Ensure you only drink packaged water ,easlily avaialbe at most general and food stores. Apply a sunscreen during march - may if your skin is sensitve , you can chk out local cusine if you are adventerous ie love spicy food . avoid eating from road side vendors . When travelling by cab /auto rickshaw ( tuk-tuk) always pay by the tariff card . Best means to expore if you are in Colaba is on foot , most of the shops , museum, Gateway of Inida are in 2 sq miles range . Expect some locals to stare at woman esp if they wear western outfits . You may encounter many beggars seeking alms plz avoid encouraging them giving alms as you may find many others asking for more. You can visit local pubs Cafe Mondegar for some Indian Beer and drinks. I miss the local poatao-burger . called locally as vada pav costs Rs 5/- , local fish Pomfret , prawns fried koliwada style , I recommend Mahesh Lunch Home a good restaurant for sea food its located in Fort area . Near Honriman Circle . . / an evening stroll down the Marine Drive also known as Queens Necklace .

The city comes alive at night!

by M.E.R.V

Take some time to wander about and admire the beautifully illuminated colonial buildings. The most beautiful of all is most probably the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus which is also the main train station. Minusing everyone else on the street, you may even just think you are in some part of Europe. Right outside it is a street market which gets exceptionally busy at night so watch your belongings. If you are lucky enough, you may even get to see some amateur cricket matches at the open fieldgrounds.

Have a days meal on the street.

by ismailb

Start by having an idli sambar / medu vade made fresh in one of the many udipi restaurants or street vendors . { Famous Udipi joints - Status - Nariman Point , Kamat - Colaba , Sri Krishna - Opera House/ Grant Rd. } For a maharashtrian breakfast head to Bi - Tambe at Thakurdwar ( off charni rd ) where you can sample fresh misal and kanda pohe with a sp. ginger lemon drink. For lunch try having chaas ( thin lassi ) or nimbu paani with a western fusion roll of spicy chicken available at churchgate station , or any Tibbs outlet ( colaba , breach candy , etc) . For dinner head to one of mumbais speciality Sardar - Pav bhaji at Tardeo . His butter packed pav bhaji is quite a mouth full !!

Packing List

by ashoooo

Dont carry any winter clothes anytime of the year. Because Bombay is so close to the sea, it is humid all the times. You keep sweating and sweating :-P

Carry an umbrella or a raincoat during monsoons. Stay indoor during the night. Dont even think about camping at night.

Castella de Aguada (Bandra Fort)

by MM212

Located at Land's End in the suburb of Bandra, this ruined fort was built by the Portuguese in 1640. They named it Castella de Aguada and used it to watch the seas for potential invaders and to protect Portuguese vessels sailing up the coast from Goa. With the decline of Portuguese power, local Marathas invaded the area in 1739 and occupied the Fort, but lost it to the British in 1761. The Fort was then destroyed to prevent it from being used once again by the Marathas as a launching pad to attack Bombay. Castella de Aguada is nowadays referred to as the Bandra Fort and has undergone some restoration and landscaping work to transform it into a beautiful park from which visitors could enjoy breathtaking views and sunsets over the Arabian Sea. The park seems to be a haven for young lovers seeking privacy away from their parents (see attached photos).

Comments (1)

  • jenkoks's Profile Photo
    Jun 20, 2013 at 9:54 AM

    The Oakwood premier juhu is a perfect home away from home for a family vacation....they do not miss out on anything from washing machine to kitchen amenities like microwave, toaster, even cooking and serving dishes were provided in the kitchen...all you need to carry along when checking into the Oakwood premier juhu is yourself and lots of sunscreen lotion to soak in the sun :D

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