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Discover Mumbai

Discover Mumbai

Formally known as Bombay, Mumbai is the capital of the state of Maharashtra on the west coast of India. Mumbai is India’s busiest and biggest city, and is considered the business capital of the country with many international financial and communications organisations based here. The city is also home to the country’s largest port, handling significant levels of foreign trade. There's plenty of tourist attractions to see too, from ancient temples to modern museums and art galleries.
 
Mumbai is the country’s economic epicentre, and it’s at the forefront of the artistic, fashion and filmmaking sectors and home of the world-famous Bollywood film industry, so there's plenty of lively entertainment for visitors.
Time your visit to Mumbai to coincide with one of the city’s many festivals, from Diwali, the festival of light, Ganesh Chaturthi, a celebration of the elephant god Ganesh, or the fabulous Holi, the festival of colours.

Essential Facts

Time
10:57
Date
12/12/2019
Time Zone
+05:30
Weather
28°C
Language
Hindi, English
Currency
Indian Rupee
Electricity
230v/50hz
Best Time To Visit
October to March

Things To Do

EsselWorld

EsselWorld

If you’re visiting with family, treat the kids to a day at India’s largest theme park, EsselWorld, to the north of the city.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Explore the imposing Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai’s iconic historical railway station and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Shopping

India’s capital is a huge, vibrant, energetic, bustling city with oases of tranquility, green spaces, and some of the most amazing tourist attractions on the entire sub-continent. New Delhi is only a small part of the wider Delhi area, and is the epicentre for finance, commerce, art, entertainment and tourism. New Delhi is one of those cities you simply must have on your bucket list, and is an experience you'll never forget.

Food And Drink

Food And Drink

From high-end restaurants in the luxury hotels to street food, you’ll find places to eat that suit every budget. Whether you’re looking for authentic local dishes prepared by top chefs or western-style fast food for a quick snack, food from all the corners of the globe is readily available across the city.

Things To Know


Visa Requirements

 
  • Foreign nationals wishing to travel to India are required to possess a valid passport of their country and a valid India visa. You can use e Tourist Visa for tourism, recreation, sight-seeing, casual visit to meet friends or relatives, short duration medical treatment or casual business visit.
  • You can get your India visa fast and simple without having to send your passport to the India Embassy.
  • The cost varies from $60 - $75 depending on your nationality. Log into https://www.e-visaindia.org.in find out more.

Getting around

 
  • Look for the black and yellow of Mumbai’s taxis for a great value and easy way to get around the city. It’s worth bearing in mind that fares are higher at night and that car share apps, like Uber, are also available.
  • The Metro and suburban train line are very popular and can be busy at times.
  • There are regular buses serving stops around the city as well as further afield.

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