Mumbai

State: Maharashtra (capital city and formerly known as Bombay)

Attractions: Marine Drive is 3km arch road alongside coast of Arabian sea. It starts from Nariman point to famous Chowpatty beach and view of sunset there is worth watching. Essel World and north kingdom is theme based and Mumbai’s favourite adventure and water park. Fashion street is the hub of shopping specially for the students as it has the trendiest items in the market. Haji Ali Dargah, Gateway of India – built in 1924 facing the Arabian sea in the most beautiful way, Siddhivinayak temple is one of the most sacred place, UNESCO world heritage site – elephanta caves is an epitome rock cut art, Juhu Beach, Kanheri caves, Mumbai zoo, Gargaum chowpatty and much more sites are for tourist exploration.

Nearest Airport: Chattrapathi Shivaji International Airport having two terminals is well connected with the other popular airports in the country.

Bus Service: Mumbai is the best bus services and is well connected by other cities like Ahmedabad, Pune, delhi and others. Taxi and cab services are also provides services to explore city and other tourist spots near Mumbai.

Nearest Railway Station: Mumbai has numerous of railway stations and divided in the zones of Central, Western, Harbor and Thane-Vashi- Panvel. Connectivity from one area to other by train is excellent. City is well connected by other cities and has regular trains.

Food: Pavbhaji of Sardar Refreshments is delicious and it is just at a distance of 5 minutes’ walk from central railway station, Kababs of Mohmmad Ali Road, Vada Pav, Chicken Tikka, Dabeli, Bhel puri, Kheem Pav and Chana Bhatura are the popular street foods.

Best Time to Visit: Predominant season to visit Mumbai is monsoon but tourist visit all round the year. Climate of Mumbai is pleasant and attracts tourists from all over the world.