Mumbai, Maharashtra

About Mumbai

Mumbai is one of the most happening cities in India. It's throbbing night life makes it one of the busiest and prosperous city in India. Mumbai is the second home for some of the famous Corporate houses. It has become one of the most happening places from its multi million dollar making film industry. Apart from this, the wonderful beaches of Mumbai have added more beauty to the busy city. Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the biggest festivals celebrated to promote culture and nationalism. Mumbai and Vada Pav go hand in hand without which Mumbai is incomplete. Ice Gola is one of the coolants that is found on the streets of Mumbai. Nowadays, Mumbai street food has made its entry to the kitchen of most of the famous restaurant's menu card. Not to forget to hit the Fashion street and Chor Bazaar of Mumbai for “Shopping” authentic and trendy clothing.

Mumbai City Facts

Populations: 12.6 million
State: Maharashtra
Famous for/as: Parks,Caves,Malls,It Hubs,Forts,Beaches,Historical Monuments,Temples
Languages: Marathi,Hindi,Urdu,English
Opening Timings: 4 Am To 1 Am
Pin Code: 400001
STD Code: 0215
Currency: Rupees
Best Season: Nov-Feb
Weather: Warm & Humid,Summer 27 to 43c,Winter 7-27c
Altitude: 15 Meters To Sea Level
Fun Facts: Take a drive at Marine Beach.Have breath at Sanjay Gandhi National Park .Observe The most Famous Caves like Elephanta Caves and Kanheri Caves.Take a Snap at Gateway of India.Try Most Famous Food "Vadapav" in Mumbai.

Top Hangouts In Mumbai

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This is one of the most popular shrines and definitely the most famous temple in Mumbai enjoying a mammoth 25,000 vi...
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 Located in South Bombay near Apollo Bunder, this is one of the most popular tourist spots of the city. This majesti...
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A wealthy merchant Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari gave up all his wealth before his pilgrimage to Mecca. And as a...
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Just 11 kilometers off the east coast of Mumbai with impressive buildings and which seems have no traces of ancient ...
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The museum listed as a Grade I Heritage Building was originally called as Prince of Wales Museum of Western India. T...
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This Park was originally called as 'Krishnagiri National Park covering only 7.82 sq. miles. Later in 1969 it was ext...
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Kanheri Caves is located around 6 kilometers from the main entrance of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. This ancient...
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This planetarium was built where first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru, had made his residence. This is on...
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It is located in Malabar hills and is probably one of the favorite parks among kids. This 4000 sq. feet lush green a...
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This 3 kilometer pavement incepted in 1940 has now become the most favorite and popular place the locals and tourist...
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