Things to do on Holidays in Mumbai India

Famed globally for housing India’s Bollywood industry and being a large multi-ethnic City, Mumbai is truly a sprawling metropolis, where history meets currents trends and traditions go hand-in-hand with the latest trends.

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    Shree Siddhivinayak:

    Founded initially along Hindu lines, glorious temples are abundant in Mumbai, but none more so than Shree Siddhivinayak, which definitely commands a visit regardless of your religion.

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    Mount Mary church:

    To cater for the large Catholic community in Mumbai, there are a number of churches purposely built, but Mount Mary is perhaps the famous and is particularly worth the hassle of travelling during the week-long Bandra fair.

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    Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum:

    India’s founding father Mahatma Gandhi once had his residence at the locality and now the place is devoted to honouring the great man by displaying his vast credentials and achievements.

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    MAX Adlabs Theater:

    How could someone travel to Mumbai and not watch a movie? And while you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing a cinema, do try the IMAX Adlabs which is renowned for it’s picture and surreal 3-D quality.

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    Konkan Café:

    India’s rich cuisine means that there will be a number of dining options available for tourists, but the Konkan Café is a must visit as the chapattis are hot, while curries are spicy and flavoursome.

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    Seasonal Tastes:

    American food has become a regular staple in Mumbai and there is no better place to sample buffets and breakfast in this renowned local eatery. Expect quality omelettes and a variety of sweet options when visiting, although the prices are not for the faint-hearted.

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    Britannia & Co.:

    Persian food has been a mainstay of the Subcontinent for several hundred years and it’s no wonder that Mumbai’s Britannia is still cooking up delectable Irani feasts. If you’re looking for couscous or kebabs then surely is the place to visit.

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    Oberoi Mumbai:

    One of the most grand hotels in all of India, the Oberoi oozes class and has a number of top options for someone looking to spend heftily on accommodation. Luxury and pampering are name of the game at the hotel, where one room could set you back a fortune.

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    The Taj Mahal Palace:

    For those looking for quality without having to worry about the bill, the Taj Mahal not only offers state-of-the-art facilities but is an architectural marvel, with a modern European styled building.

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    Trident Nariman Point:

    Experience staying on a budget is the name of the game and for tourists keen to save on cash, then the Trident is highly recommendable, especially if you want a picturesque location to sightsee.

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