338. Mumbai (Bombay), India

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Why Mumbai (Bombay), India

This city is complex, very complex. I’m still surprised how it all works in the end. People, traffic and animals all live and play together and it all seems to work somehow. You definitely have to go to see it for yourself.


Mumbai is located on the west coast of India north of GOA and south of Surat.

How To Get Here

By Train

India Rail serves the city.

By Plane

The closest major international Airport is Bombay International (BOM). The airlines serving this airport are:

Air Arabia (G9), Air Canada (AC), Air China (CA), Air France (AF), Air India (AI), Air India Express (IX), Air Mauritius (MK), , Air Seychelles (HM), All Nippon Airlines (NH), Alliance Air (9I), Bangkok Airways (PG), British Airways (BA), Brussels Airlines (SN), Cathay Pacific Airways (CX), , Egyptair (MS), El Al Airlines (LY), Emirates (EK), Ethiopian Airlines (ET), Etihad Airways (EY), FlyDubai (FZ), Garuda Indonesia (GA), Go Air (G8), Gulf Air (GF), IndiGo Airlines (6E), Iran Air (IR), Jet Airways (9W), Jet Konecct (S2), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL), Kenya Airways (KQ), Korean Airlines (KE), Kuwait Airways (KU), Lufthansa German Airlines (LH), Malaysia Airlines (MH), Oman Air (WY), Qatar Airways (QR), Nepal Airlines (RA), Rwandair Express (WB),  Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV), Singapore Airlines (SQ), Spicejet (SG), SriLankan (UL), Swiss Airlines (LX), TOR Air (OD), Thai Airways (TG), Thai Lion Air (SL), Thai SMILE (WE), Turkish Airlines (TK) and United Airlines (UA).

By Bus

Head over to Red Bus to make your bookings.

By Car

If you really want to drive, you can rent a car and drive to Agra. Just use a service like Google Maps for directions. It’s very hectic in Mumbia though, watch out for the cows, the people and the tuk tuks.

Where To Stay

You can find local hotels in Mumbai or stick to the larger hotel chains.

==>> You can find a list of hotels from TripAdvisor here.

==>> Try Airbnb.


Where To Eat

Lots of local places to eat here. I’d stay away from street food if possible and ensure you only drink bottled water. Food is actually an attraction in the city with loads of small restaurants. Check out the bakeries and restaurants in the Bandra area.

==>> You can find a list of restaurants from TripAdvisor here.

==>> Here are some other restaurants from Trip.com.


What To Do

Here is what a friend of mine who is from India has to say:
The main attraction of Bombay is the (crumbling) architecture from the early 1900s located in the central business district. From the main railway station VT (Victoria Terminus) to the courthouses to the Oval cricket ground.
Crawford Market in another area is a maze of warren-like stores selling everything from groceries to clothes to jewelry to birds to alcohol.
A ferry ride away and across from the Gateway of India monument and the spectacular Taj Mahal hotel in south Bombay (SoBo) are the Ajanta and Ellora caves with their frescoes from hundreds of years ago.
The area of Bandra, which is still home to most of the city’s Catholic community, is sort of like Montrose in Houston, Texas,  with a bit of a funky atmosphere and, again, lots of little bakeries and restaurants.
Then there’s also Marine Drive in SoBo which is a curving seaside artery that attracts hundreds in the evenings for the atmosphere and the cool sea breeze.

==>> Here is a list of things to do from Trip Advisor.

==>> Here is a list of Tour offered by Viator.


Additional Information

Language: Hindi and Urdu

Currency: Indian Rupee (INR)

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