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Private Full Day Mumbai Sightseeing Tour
"Our Tour Specialist will meet you at your hotel lobby in Mumbai. Your tour will begin by visiting Gateway of India Mumbai's most famous monument Built to welcome King George V and Queen Mary into India. Just around the corner is the iconic The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel the hotel's original building was commissioned by Jamshedji Tata and first opened its doors to guests on 16 December 1903. You will visit Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus train station (UNESCO world heritage site) Mumbai University - British heritage building built in 1857Rajabai Clock Towers - Big Ben of India Oval Cricket Ground - Place where we play the most beloved sport of India
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Private Mumbai Sightseeing Tour Including Dharavi Slum
"Your tour specialist will meet you in your hotel lobby in Mumbai. Begin by visiting the Dharavi Slum. From here head straight to the plastic and metal recycling yard.Walk through narrow lanes and by-lanes taking in the wafting aromas from local bakeries and sweet shops. Exotic smells from soap and cosmetic making units are bound to make some heads turn. Dime sized cyber cafes locals brushing past mass-producing tailor shops all make up for an exciting trip. Continue on listening to stories from your guide as you arrive at Kumbharwada in Dharavi. Known to be the face of India’s largest slum dwelling The tour through the slum's narrow alleys is quite an adventure you will undoubtedly feel the strong sense of community and the special spirit that exists here. Visit the Gateway of India
From $204.00
Mumbai City Highlights Small-Group Tour
"This Mumbai city sightseeing tour is a great introduction to the city – get familiar with Mumbai and see its top attractions in one day. Start at the Victoria Terminus Mumbai’s most famous example of Victorian Gothic architecture. Travel across the city on board a taxi and go back in time as you view Mumbai’s wealth of colonial-era buildings. View the Gateway of India a bold basalt arch reflecting Hindu and Islamic architecture styles. Located at the waterfront this monument welcomed visitors who arrived in Mumbai by boat.Continue on a ride through Marine Drive and onto the 200-year old Shiva temple Babulnath. Here you may see devout Hindus carrying milk and water to pour over the Linga the creative symbol that denotes Lord Shiva. A short ride later
From $58.00

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Gateway of India !!

One of the most memorable landmarks in Mumbai is the Gateway of India which was the principal port when visitors came to India by ship. Built in 1911, to commemorate the visit of King George V to...
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Aug 13, 2004

Gateway to India

Bombay has long been referred to as Gateway of India. A large ceremonial gateway was erected in 1911 to commemorate the first visit ever made to India by a British king and queen. Through this gateway...
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Mar 03, 2004

Gateway of India

This is one of the imperial monument build by the the British goverment in Mumbai&most photograped too.It sits on top of Apollo Bunder(the place name),and front side beautiful garden not big small...
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Jan 29, 2004

Gateway of India

This Arch of Triumph in Bombay was erected to welcome a british queen and was the point from where the british said goodbye to their empire. From here you can take the ferries to Elephanta Island, 1...
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Dec 23, 2003

Gateway of India

During the British occupation, this monument was the first sight to greet travellers arriving by boat in India. In 1947, it also became the focal point for the official departure of the British. ....
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Aug 18, 2003

Gateway of India

The gateway is an impressive arch located at the bottom of Mumbai. Be prepared to be hassled by "beggars" and stared at, especially if you are blonde or female. If you are both - wear a scarf! The Taj...
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Jul 09, 2003

Indian Museum Ship (1st Aircraft Carrier) Vikrant!

The IMS (Indian Museum Ship) Vikrant is anchored off the Gateway of India and daily trips to see it are arranged from the Gateway of India by motor launches and the prices are Rs100 for the launch...
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May 03, 2003

Gateway of India

The gate at Mumbai harbour front was built for commemoration of British King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay in 1911. Through the same gate, the last British troops left India ending almost 350...
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May 02, 2003

the Gateway of India

Built in the Indo-saracenic style, the Gateway of India is meant to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay, prior to the Darbar in Delhi in December 1911. The foundation stone...
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Oct 20, 2002

Visit the Gateway of India and...

Visit the Gateway of India and take a boat ride to Elephanta CavesMost tourists live around this area.There is the Taj Mahal Hotel and many restaurants to wine and dine in Colaba. Cottage Emporium...
Aug 26, 2002

You have to see the most...

You have to see the most photographed site in Mumbai the Gateway of India which is right downtown and across from the new Taj Mahal Hotela and the old Taj Mahal Hotel.The gateway was erected in 1911...
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Aug 26, 2002

The Gateway of India - a 26...

The Gateway of India - a 26 mt. Triumphal Archway designed Century to commemorate the visit of King Geoge and Queen Mary to India in 1911 - is Mumbai's most famous landmark. Ironically, when the Raj...
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Aug 26, 2002
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Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 001, India
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26, P.J. Ramchandani Marg, Colaba, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 039, India
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Apollo Bunder, Near Gateway of India, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 039, India
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5 Battery St, Appolo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400039, India
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24-26, B.K. Boman Behram Marg, Apollo Bunder, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400 001, India
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10 Best Marg, Colaba, 400039
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Jehangir Art Gallery

Bombay's main art gallery, just next to the Prince of Wales Museum, displays changing exhibits by well-known Indian artists. There's plenty of art to be seen outside as well, as the plaza in front of...
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Rajabai Clock Tower

The Rajabai tower was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, an English architect. It was modelled on Big Ben, the clock tower of the UK houses of Parliament in London. Construction was completed in...
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Flora Fountain

It is situated in one of the most congested areas of the Mumbai city. Surrounded by huge and impressive colonial buildings on all the sides, Flora Fountain has a magnificent statue of Flora - the...
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St Thomas Cathedral

St. Thomas' Cathedral is a beautiful structure that boasts of being the first Anglican Church in Mumbai. Built in 1718, St Thomas Cathedral is to be found near Flora Fountain at D.N. Road, in the Fort...
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Bollywood - Bombay's Hollywood

Mockingly called Bollywood by locals, Film City clings to the outskirts of the National Park, and is practically overrun by assorted stars and starlets -- the demi gods and goddesses of modern India....
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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj - Ex Prince of Wales Museum

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya formerly known as "The Prince of Wales Museum " Its website is really good to visit for complete...
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Mumbai, Maharashtra, India


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