Though Mumbai can feel chaotic and crowded, there are peaceful moments to be found here. Nibble a paper cone of bhelpuri while you stroll the sands of Chowpatty Beach. Then, take a short walk to Mani Bhavan, where Mahatma Gandhi once lived, strategized, and was ultimately arrested. The markets are spirited places to bargain for spices or souvenirs. Take a guided tour of Dharavi – made famous by "Slumdog Millionaire" – for an eye-opening glimpse into what Mumbai life is like for nearly a million people.
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This popular tourist district includes museums, the Gateway of India, a slew of shops and vendors on the Colaba Causeway and the Sassoon Dock, where fishing boats unload their pungent catches at dawn.
The posh area is located in south mumbai which has some nice tourist attractions and famous eating joints around. Costlier to stay in hotels at this area but the area is lively all through the day and late in the night as well. This place also holds movie hall, petrol pumps, branded shops for almost all articles that one may wish to shop. Nice place to spend evenings... for watching movies, taking a stroll, window shopping, being at the iconic attraction Gateway of India, drinks, food etc.
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Place has its own identity in Mumbai. The places situated near the sea and makes it attractive to the tourist. The this place is also well maintained with good security. Nariman Point is Mumbai’s business district, with high-rise offices and upscale hotels, popular for sunset drinks at the sea-facing bars. The area lies near the end of marine drive. So one can take the quick coastal drive. A must visit place as Mumbai Darshan a the tourist.
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As you move in from the Nepean sea road to the Malabar hill area which is consdiered to be one of the post areas.You pass by the Hanging gardens and see the chowpatty beach in the near distance.The Queens necklace is totally captivating in the night.
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Fabulous and eye-opening trip around Asia’s biggest slum this morning with an excellent tour guide, Simran. I would strongly recommend Reality Tours. This is also a great way to support the local community and know that the funds are going to the right place!
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Juhu Chaupati and Juhu beach is same. Juhu Chaupati where you get so many food stall and this food stall serves so many delicious food like Pavbhaji, Chowmein, Pizza, Pani-puri, Sevpuri, papri Chat, Ragda Patti, faluda, kala khatta, and many more. Usually people visited to Juhu Chaupati to feel relief from hectic schedule or work & enjoy evening with family and taste out some delicious Street food. I visit with family and I tried out pani-puri, dahipuri, chana masala, 3 types of faluda, Pizza, Hakka noodle, Pavbhaji & sweet (Meetha) Pan.
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