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Private Mumbai Half-Day Sightseeing Tour
"You're finally visiting Mumbai Bollywood City. But there's a catch: you have only one day. (Hey you've always heard that things move fast here—why not you?) Your tour specialist will meet you at your hotel lobby in Mumbai. Your tour will begin by visiting Gateway of India built to welcome King George V and Queen Mary into India. Just around the corner is the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. The hotel's original building was commissioned by Jamshedji Tata and first opened its doors to guests on December 16th 1903.Then visit Mumbai University (a British heritage building built in 1857) Rajabai Clock Towers (the Big Ben of India)
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Private Full-Day City Tour of Mumbai
"Your tour will begin as you are picked up from your hotel in Mumbai to see the ‘City of Gold’ firsthand with your guide. Head to the Haji Ali Dargah which was constructed in 1431 in memory of a wealthy Muslim merchant Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari who gave up all his worldly possessions before making a pilgrimage to Mecca.There will be a break for lunch followed by a visit to the Dhobi Ghat the city’s open-air municipal laundry where thousands bring their clothes to wash from around the city daily. Also you will see the memorial at the Mani Bhawan once the residence of Mahatma Gandhi. Afterward you will see the Rajabhai
From $94.00
 
Half-Day Motor Bike Tour of Mumbai
"Your professional guide will meet you at your hotel lobby in Mumbai at your preferred start time. Your tour will begin by visiting the Gateway of India Mumbai's most famous monument; it was built to welcome King George V and Queen Mary into India. Just around the corner is the iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel.You will then visit Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus train station (a UNESCO World Heritage Si the British heritage building built in 1857; the Rajabai Clock Towers called the Big Ben of India; the Oval Cricket Ground the location where the most beloved sport of India is played; and the Bombay High Court a beautiful British heritage building.You will also be seeing Asia’s largest open air laundry “Dhobi Ghat” where clothes are washed in full view of public. Afterwards you'll move on to see Mahatma Gandhi's residence in Mumbai
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Colaba Causeway

Colaba Causeway is shopping heaven. It is a very long road lined on one side with hundreds of stalls. They sell everything you could imagine from jewellery, clothes, instruments, fruits, books,...
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Clodagh
Jan 09, 2012

STREET VENDORS- colaba causeway

Colaba Causeway is a long road starting from Regal Theater. The famous Leopold's Cafe is located on this street along with other fun bars & restaurants. There are about 10 roadside vendors who...
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deepikadesai
Apr 06, 2009

STREET VENDORS

My eyes are always attracted by small glittering things, so much so that friends have suggested I must have been a magpie in a former life! Fortunately for the bangle sellers, if this is the case, the...
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Janani
Feb 28, 2006

STREET VENDORS

The is a small street which runs parallel to Andheir station. Here there are rows or street stalls which are put up with bamboo and cloth. Here locals baring and get the best deals to low budget...
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navinkurian2002
Nov 07, 2005

cobblers..

A cobbler repairing my sandals: Mumbai bursts of craftmen and vendors and you can find almost anything or get everything repaired, something which in lots of countries is not easy to find anymore...
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pollon
Mar 18, 2005

Books on the streets!!!

A real paradise for book lovers!!! The streets of Mumbai have some of the latest as well as oldest books available for almost next to nothing sometimes or at almost one tenth the prices of new...
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aadil
Feb 05, 2005

STREET VENDORS

This pic is roadside shop at Elephenta caves.But it may seem roadside,although there presence is irrating when you goto caves,they have small things such as Souvenires ,pics,few crafted items...
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radz
Jan 29, 2004

STREET VENDORS

Strolling around Mumbai you will find street vendors everywhere. Most of them serve snacks and take away foods, but there are many selling clothes, stationery items, music, umbrellas... I even saw a...
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SirRichard
Dec 23, 2003

IT'S ALMOST MANDATORY TO BARGAIN

Although some establishments loudly proclaim FIXED PRICES, bargaining is still an intrinsic part of shopping in Mumbai. While shopping on the footpaths, start bargaining with 50% of the prices...
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Amitu
Mar 27, 2003

Colaba Causeway

The road leading from Regal Cinema to Colaba proper is filled with small street vendors and stores selling all sorts of great stuff. From belts to perfumes at fantastic prices. Don't forget to...
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wrldtravler
Mar 16, 2003

Linking Road

This is the ultimate shopping avenue for the suburbs in bombay. Located in Bandra, linking road has it all, from department stores like Shoppers Stop, Amarsons and KBN to street vendors selling shoes,...
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wrldtravler
Mar 16, 2003

Strand Book Stall

Books are very cheap in India. Strand has one of the largest selections of reading lists available in bombay. It isn't a huge store as such but they can get books in within a few days time. It's worth...
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wrldtravler
Feb 21, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Mumbai

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Haji Ali Mosque

Some people I met in Mumbai told me not to miss Haji Ali Mosque. So, the next day I took the bus to that part of the city. From Flora Fountain the bus was 8 rupees (June 2010). After a long time on...
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Haji Ali Dargah

I felt great visiting the shrine, having set off early morning to avoid mid-day crowds. The causeway had some stalls on either side, most with the blue tarp still wrapped: a good sign - in that I WAS...
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Kamala Nehru Park

Kamala Nehru Park is located at the top of Mumbai's Malabar Hills and spreads over an area of about 4000 square feet. It has got its name from Mrs. Kamala Nehru who was the wife of the First Prime...
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Dhobi Ghat - Mumbai's Laundry

The Dhobi Ghat is a huge outdoor "laundromat" located in the Mahalaxmi area of Mumbai. Each day it is estimated that a half a million pieces of clothing are sent here from various places - hospitals,...
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Mahalaxmi Race Course

Mahalaxmi race-course is situated in central Mumbai, next to the "Mahalaxmi Railway Station" and facing the Arabian sea, one of the World's most scenic race-courses.The horse racing season starts in...
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Mani Bhavan

Mani Bhavan is such an interesting museum. The building itself is a very pretty two-storied building tucked away on a quiet side street. Whenever Gandhi was in Mumbai -between 1917 and 1934 -Mani...
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