Saturday, 11 August 2012

Mumbai City

About Mumbai

Bombay or Mumbai is a capital of Maharashtra. It is current known as Mumbai. It is a biggest metropolitan city of India. It is located in the western coast facing the Arabian Sea. Mumbai has also turned into the financial and commercial capital and a principal communication center of India. Mumbai has the biggest and busiest port in India that controls the foreign trading of India at large scale. It also has the largest stock exchange of the country.

 
Before visiting this fastest growing city it would be a wise to know which is the best time to visit is. Generally the best time to visit Mumbai is between Octobers to April. During this time the air remains very pleasant and the relative humidity in the air becomes low.

Some places to visit in Mumbai city:
- Gateway Of India, Mumbai
- Elephanta Caves
- Banganga, Mumbai
- Tajmahal Hotel, Mumbai
- Bombay University, Mumbai
- Flora Fountain, Mumbai
- Rajabai Clock Tower, Mumbai
- Nehru Centre, Mumbai
- Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai
- Aarey Colony, Mumbai
- Powai Lake, Mumbai
- Vihar Lake, Mumbai
- Kanheri Caves, Mumbai
- Vasai Fort, Mumbai
- Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai
- Karnala Bird Sanctuary, Mumbai
- Mumbai Zoo

Gateway of India beautiful landmark of Mumbai:
Mumbai's most famous monument is Gateway of India. This is the starting point for most of the tourists to explore city. It was built as a victorious arch to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary, complete with four turrets and intricate latticework carved into the yellow basalt stone. Ironically, when the British Raj ended in 1947, this colonial symbol also became a sort of epitaph: the last of the British ships that set sail for England left from Gateway of India. Mumbai Hotels near Gateway of India are available.

 
Gateway of India

Museums :
The museums in Mumbai include Prince of Wales Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Taraporewala Aquarium, Nehru Planetarium they all are worth visiting. Mumbai Hotels near Nehru Planetarium are available.

Nehru Planetarium 

Haji Ali Dargah:
It is better you check tide tables before you visit this tourist spot. Haji Ali Dargah is a must to visit place of Mumbai city. It is a tomb of the Muslim saint Haji Ali, which lies several hundred meters off the coast right in the middle of the sea. The only way to reach Haji Ali is a tiny causeway that connects it to the city. During high tide this small causeway is submerged into the sea. It is mostly visited by Mumlims, but non-Muslims are also welcome at Haji Ali Dargah to join the thousands who pay homage to the saint every day. If you are visiting Haji Ali Dargah in evening then it is an added bonus, because a group of singers who perform devotional qawwali can be spotted here. Mumbai Hotels near Haji Ali are available.

 Haji Ali Dargah

To Stay in Mumbai:
Mumbai has very good hotels, which is ranged from super luxury 5 Star hotels to cheap, but comfortably economical hotels to choose. Some of the excellent Hotels in Mumbai are generally available in the central part of the city.

Hotel in Mumbai


Many 5 Star Hotels in Mumbai are found along Marine Drive area. Juhu is another locality where you can find much higher range accommodation to stay comfortably. There are also 4 Star Hotels in Mumbai and 3 Star Hotels in Mumbai which will provide you better service. Comparatively reasonable priced 2 Star Hotels in Mumbai are found in Mumbai suburbs like Bandra and nearby areas, but if you are budget conscious then Budget Hotels in Mumbai are scattered all over the city.

 5 Star Hotel in Mumbai

3 comments:

  1. The first photo is not mumbai, you are pathetic, that photo is Chicago.. are you that ashamed of your shitty overpopulated and polluted city that you try to mask it with a prospering city of the USA?, you're pathetic HAHAHA.

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