Mumbai Transportation

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Most Viewed Transportation in Mumbai

  • 1. TAXIS

    India in general, and Mumbai in particular, are seemingly unaffected by the American, European, and Japanese output of cars. India produces its own eccentric brand of cars, including the Ambassador,...

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  • 2. TRAIN

    Whenever you are in Mumbai, always travel by Local Train or BEST Bus. It is very cheap for long distance. If your stay in Mumbai is 8-10 days. it is advisable to take bus pass & Train ticket. both are...

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  • 3. THE RICKSHAW

    My most favorite mode of transport in Mumbai was/is Auto Rickshaw. I was residing in Hyatt Regency (Sahar Airport Road, Andheri East) and near the gate there is an auto rickshaw stand. From there I...

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  • 4. BUSES

    Mumbai's buses transport millions of people. The bus system, known as BEST, is run by a government organization, Brihanmumbai (formerly Bombay) Electric Supply and Transport. BEST is the largest...

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  • 5. AIR TRAVEL

    Daily flights to Mumbai are offered from almost every Indian city with an airport. Domestc airlines serving Mumbai include: Air India www.airindia.in (not a favorite of mine) Indian Airlines...

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  • 6. To Elephanta Island

    Boats to Elephanta Island leave from Gateway of India. They leave every half an hour during the day, except Mondays when the caves on Elephanta Island are...

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  • 7. Motorcycle rickshaws (Tuk-Tuk's)

    Motorcycle rickshaws (Tuk-Tuk's) in Mumbai are not allowed to travel south of the Bandra area. I asked a taxi driver about the reason, and got the answer they...

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  • 8. Car & driver deal

    A car with driver can be hired. The deal is 8 hours and 80kms for a fixed price. Anything over that time or extra kms carries an extra cost.I took this options...

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  • 9. Gateway to Elephanta

    Hi you can get ferry from the Gate Way of India to Elephanta Caves. Its also called as the Gharapuri in the local Marathi language. The tickets are easilly...

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  • 10. Bandra -Worli sea link

    Many people celebrated the opening of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link in Mumbai, India’s first cable-stayed road bridge across the sea. Supposedly it will reduce the...

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  • 11. Pitfalls of getting around in Mumbai traffic

    There are many ways of getting around in Mumbai. It is obviously more comfortable to use a taxi- but the traffic is horrendous. We found that autorickshaws are...

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  • 12. AUTO RIKSHAW

    Autorikshaw is most convenient way for traveling in mumbai. Limits for autorikshaw is upto bandra in western region and upto sion in central region. Basic fare...

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  • 13. BEST BUSES

    BEST BUSES are the BEST WAY to travel around mumbai. Recently best buses introduced a new scheme for travelers around mumbai. You have to pay only 20/- rs and...

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  • 14. Local Transportation

    Due to traffic congestion through-out the city, I would advise tourists to minimize day-time travel, take only short trips when ever possible. The trafiic is...

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  • 15. road

    Mumbai is conveniently connected to all major Indian cities and to those in its vicinity. State managed and private carriers ply various buses to and from...

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  • 16. Ferries to Elephanta Island

    Ferries to Elephanta Island are available from behind the Gateway of India. I took a "deluxe" one which cost Rs120 return, Rs20 more than a standard ferry but I...

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  • 17. traffic traffic honk honk

    this is a problem today with most of the big cities around the world. bombay is no exception to that.during the peak (9,11am-5,7pm) hours it gets horrible....

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  • 18. Horrendous traffic

    Traffic in Mumbai is absolutely horrendous. So make sure you set aside lots of time if you need to get somewhere within the city. I was there for three days....

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  • 19. Mumbai Airport

    Mumbai’s two airports are 30 km north of the city centre. The journey to the city centre by taxi takes about one hour at Rp 300 (€ 6). And 30% more between...

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  • 20. Ferries to Elephanta Island

    Ferries leave from Apollo Bunder at the Gateway of India for Elephanta Island. You may find yourself crossing over one or two other boats just to get to your...

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  • 21. By Road

    Mumbai is connected by good connecting roads with all major tourist centres. It is an important junction for several highways (3,4,6,8,9 and 17) which link to...

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  • 22. By Sea

    There is a regular shipping service between Mumbai, Goa and Ratnagiri. This is primarily by catamaran but the service is suspended during the monsoon season....

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  • 23. The first cultural shock?!

    The airplane arrived at the noon time in Mumbai. Since I am on budget, I took the rickshaw to Adheri station. After I bought the ticket and went to the...

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  • 24. Landing at Mumbai domestic

    When you walk out of Mumbai domestic airport, you get swarmed by touts, offering to take you by either Taxi or Tuks, which is normal. What a person should be...

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  • 25. Train Cloak Room for Left Luggage

    Well, not exactly about train travel but just about using the left luggage counter in the train station at Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus for anyone who wishes to...

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