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Mumbai India

Fondly called the ‘City of Dreams’, Mumbai is one big home to aspiring artists and job seekers from smaller towns, business magnates and legendary film stars. Being India’s financial capital and the heart of Bollywood, the city gloats over its opulence but also humbles down with its religious roots and hard-working spirit. The contrasting elements of the city are quite evident, especially when you see several roadside tea stalls and eateries set against the backdrop of a two-billion-dollar mansion.

The city is dotted with quiet pockets drenched in culture and history amidst its otherwise bustling energy. On your trip to Mumbai, take a long drive along the Bandra-Worli Sea Link or walk the Marine Drive promenade, overlooking the city’s glittering skyline that borders the Arabian Sea. You’ll also find iconic places of worship, such as the ISKCON temple, Mount Mary Church and Haji Ali Dargah opening their doors to you. To spend some time in the lap of nature, explore the lakes, caves and biodiversity of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

Shopping is an undisputed local pastime in Mumbai. The lively streets of Linking Road, Colaba Causeway and Lokhandwala lay out colourful options for footwear, clothes and jewellery. You can wander around beautiful fabrics shops in Crawford Market or pick up antique souvenirs from the narrow lanes of Chor Bazaar. For a full-blown luxury retail experience, make your way to Palladium Mall, High Street Phoenix Mall or Inorbit Mall.


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