MUMBAI TRAVEL

Once a cluster of seven islands of Colaba, Mumbai, Mazagaon, Old Woman's island, Wadala, Mahim, Parel and Matunga Sion, inhabited by the Koli fishing community, Mumbai today is the financial capital of India. Mumbai has witnessed a great transition. The city is today most sought after cities in India and Indians desire to settle in Mumbai. For Indians Mumbai is just like New York. The glory of Mumbai in India has reached such a peak that everyday people throng in thousands to the city to realise their dreams.

The glittering city has emerged as the commercial hub of India. Popularly known as Bollywood , the film industry in Mumbai produces 300-400 films a year. It is the only nearest contestant to Hollywood. What Beverly Hills is to Hollywood, Malabar Hills is to Bollywood where the actors enjoying their god-like statuses. The tinsel town of Bollywood and other centers of learning and entertainment are making waves in synchrony with the waves of ocean.

On a bright sunny day what one can spot in Mumbai is a huge skyline pierced by sky scrappers, numerous condominiums, cacophony of buses and whistles of various electric trains, and surging mass of humanity racing against time. The city never sleeps. At night, the whole city brightens up under the glow of electric lights. The spirited vigour of Mumbai is seen in discotheques where one can find beautiful ladies and macho hunks gyrating under the flashlights.

Attractions in Mumbai

What one can do in Mumbai

One can indulge in various activities in the fun-city of Mumbai. There are cheap and chic clothes available in Fashion Street, flowers and fruits in Crawford Market. In Chor Bazaar one can find phenomenal collection of antiques, jewellery, wooden articles, leather ware and general knick-knack. Shopping in Mumbai cab be a rewarding experience. One can stretch muscles in discotheque or enjoy a sip of hard drink in some quaint pub and bar.

How To Reach Mumbai

One of the advantages of being a major metropolis is that Mumbai is well connected to the rest of the state and the country. Mumbai Central and Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus are two railway terminals that connect it to the rest of the country. Chattrapati Shivaji International Airport and Chattrapati domestic airport are the two airports that ensure aerial connection to other parts.


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