Regency Hotel

73, Nepean Sea Road, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 006, India
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what is a must to see in two days in Mumbai

by merdegava

I will be Coming to Mumbai next weeek for a meeting , I have two free days and I would like to get a reccmmendation what is a must to see in two days. I appreciate your response and thabks in advance,

Re: what is a must to see in two days in Mumbai

by Donna_in_India

This was just asked and answered yesterday. Take a look here....

Re: what is a must to see in two days in Mumbai

by RakeshKapadnis

Hi much is said about what to see in two days in Mumbai. I think Elephanta caves & Kanhei caves are a must see in Mumbai. Donna has already given information about Elephanta.
The Kanheri Caves are a group of rock-cut monuments, located north of Borivali on the western outskirts of Mumbai, India, deep within the green forests of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. It is 6 km from the National Park Main Gate & 7 km from Borivali Station. Tourists can go in after 7.30 a.m. Kanheri Caves are signs of Buddhist influence on art and culture in India. They were chiseled out of a massive basaltic rock outcropping.These caves date from 1st century BCE to 9th century CE The earliest are 109 tiny rock-cut cells, carved into the side of a hill.
It can be a full day or half day tour.

Re: what is a must to see in two days in Mumbai

by NedHopkins

I agree with RakeshKapadnis: the Kanheri caves are awesome, far more impressive than those on Elephanta Island. However, the Kanheri site is a long drive from the Apollo Bunder -- a good hour in moderate traffic. Next to the Ajanta and Ellora caves, well to the east of Mumbai, those at Kanheri are by far the most impressive I've seen.Be aware, however, that seeing all or most of them requires a lot of climbing.

Re: what is a must to see in two days in Mumbai

by vijaybankar

Hey I just discovered this while net surfing
Mumbai has up to 9 bandstands scattered all over, and they used to be active during the British era. After being defunct for ages today these bandstands are being revived again featuring the Bombay Police Band, the Army Band amongst others..

Hope this helps you out.

Re: what is a must to see in two days in Mumbai

by nimmysnv

I think you have a very less time to see mumbai cause there are so many places to watch in mumba but i suggest you Kanheri caves are awesome and you can find Indian culture over there.

Travel Tips for Mumbai

Hotel Desai

by pollon

I was asking myself if to put this tip under hotels or fondest memory but when I think of my four stars hotel in Mumbai, Desai Hotel, the scale definitely hangs down the fondest memory: a very elegant traveller set with cream, lip stick, eau de toilette, comb, tooth brush, hand mirror and so on was leant on the night table and it was only a first particular of the ones which made me feel immediately awaited and welcome!!

The hotel offers an internet connection and complementary tea, served with the cake of the day.

Then the building has a flat roof which was perfect for a special nightlife activity... see next tip...

Big Ben of Mumbai!!!

by aadil

The Rajabai Tower is a gothic clock tower on the Bombay University campus which was built by Premchand Roychand who was a philanthropic stock broker of the 19th century, for Rs.2,00,000 in memory of his mother Rajabai who could not read the time because of her failing eyesight and thus depended on the clock chimes to tell the time. The 79-meter high clock tower commands a fine view of the city but was closed to the public soon after someone committed suicide by jumping down from the top of the tower about twenty years ago!!! The tower also houses the university library. The clock was recently restored to it's former glory and it now keeps accurate time and chimes as well throughout the day!!! The stained glass windows of the tower building were also recently restored by modern techniques.


by pollon

During my stay I was guided and guarded by my host and friend Aadil so no danger occured to me nor I have warnings to give. The usual and not harsh at all interest, curiosity and begging shown towards tourists, were reserved to me in the other parts of India I visited without a body guard ;-) so I reserve more particulars for the tips of those pages.. Anyway I heartly think that when you visit a country with traditions and habits which look different from your usual ones, why not to approach them with a friendly curiosity and willing to learn by them instead of judging and thinking yours are the best..

Packing List

by newsfreak

take a light back-pack with you. you can carry this easily while travelling around the city. avoid anything which you have to carry in your hand. bag snatching occurs sometimes in the city or crowded alleys. light cotton clothes for all the months except december. the city is extremely humid. wear shoes that can be easily removed. this is because you have to remove them before entering a temple or anyones house. indians generally do not allow shoes inside the house. also, do not wear anything flashy, as it mat disappear soon. avoid drinking water anywhere. carry bottled water in your back-pack. carry medicines for diarhhoea and dysentry. nearly all the doctors in the city dpeak english. stock up on medicines while in india. they are 1/100th the price of medicines in the US or Europe. and since india exports the drugs in the first place, the quality of the medicines will not be a problem. film rolls and development (Kodak) are very cheap in india compared to Europe. also, the film developers convert the snaps to digital format (CD) free of cost.

Monsoon palace at dusk

by jessicadf

Here's a photo taken at dusk, from our hotel room in Udaipur, looking towards the Monsoon Palace. You can just see a white glow on the distant hilltop -- that's the palace. It's lit up at night.
Udaipur has THREE palaces. The city palace, on the edge of Lake Pichola, the Lake Palace, built on an island in the middle of the lake and the monsoon palace, on the nearby hilltop. Udaipur was an incredibly beautiful city...


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