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09:00 AM DEL
Tue, 22 Aug Washington, D.C.
2 Hours 10 Minutes
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11:10 AM BOM
Tue, 22 Aug Mumbai
Flight No. - AI 678
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06:00 AM DEL
Tue, 22 Aug Washington, D.C.
2 Hours 5 Minutes
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08:05 AM BOM
Tue, 22 Aug Mumbai
Flight No. - UK 975
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09:45 AM DEL
Tue, 22 Aug Washington, D.C.
2 Hours 5 Minutes
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11:50 AM BOM
Tue, 22 Aug Mumbai
Flight No. - 9W 302
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Fans snap photos of stars on the Walk of Fame, while sleek high-rises overlook a hazy stretch of beach – you would be forgiven for mistaking Mumbai for Los Angeles. The resemblance is especially clear around Nairman Point and in the Bandra districts, where some of Bollywood’s biggest stars occupy the expensive-looking beachfront homes. Office workers and well-groomed teenagers march up and down the promenade. Venture away from this sheltered enclave, and Mumbai reveals itself in a fog of exhaust fumes, motorised rickshaws and makeshift bazaars, with a melody of car horns, humming mopeds and multilingual exchanges in the air.

Mumbai used to be split over seven separate islands, which were merged during the 19th century in a process that lasted nearly 60 years.

If you can face an early start, watch the sun rise over the imposing Gateway of India monument, a relic of British colonialism, and retire to chic Juhu Beach to feast on dosas and lassis from the street food stands.

How’s the weather in Mumbai in August?

Temperature
Haze days

Average rainfall
5 mm

Demographics

Population
13.8M
Local time
Currency
INR

What does Mumbai cost?

Meal

Restaurant meals in Mumbai cost 1% more than in New Delhi

Train

A typical train ticket is 15 INR

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Places To Visit in Mumbai


  • Marine Drive, Mumbai

    Marine Drive, Mumbai

    Marine Drive is a 4.3-kilometre-long boulevard in South Mumbai in the city of Mumbai. It is a 'C'-sh

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    Marine Drive, Mumbai

    Marine Drive is a 4.3-kilometre-long boulevard in South Mumbai in the city of Mumbai. It is a 'C'-shaped six-lane concrete road along the coast, which is a natural bay. The road links Nariman Point to Babulnath and Malabar Hill. Marine Drive is situated over reclaimed land facing west-south-west. A promenade lies parallel to this road. Marine Drive is also known as the Queen's Necklace because, if viewed at night from an elevated point anywhere along the drive, the street lights resemble a string of pearls in a necklace. In 2012, the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai announced that the entire road would be resurfaced, 72 years after it was originally laid. The official name for this road, though rarely used, is Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road. The promenade is lined with palm trees. At the northern end of Marine Drive is Chowpatty Beach. This is a popular beach famed for its Bhel puri . Many restaurants also line this stretch of the road. Further down this road lies Walkeshwar, a wealthy neighbourhood of the city, also home to the Governor of Maharashtra. Most of the buildings which were built by wealthy Parsis sport an art deco look that was popular in the 1920s and 1930s. Real estate prices along the esplanade are high. Many hotels dot the drive, most prominent among them being the 5-star Oberoi , The Intercontinental, Hotel Marine Plaza, Sea Green Hotel and a few other smaller hotels. Marine Drive is the preferred connecting road between the central business district located at Nariman Point and the rest of the city. Marine Drive Road Ride - Nariman point to Chowpatty

  • Haji Ali Dargah

    Haji Ali Dargah

    The Haji Ali Dargah is a mosque and dargah located on an islet off the coast of Worli in the Southe

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    Haji Ali Dargah

    The Haji Ali Dargah is a mosque and dargah located on an islet off the coast of Worli in the Southern part of Mumbai. Near the heart of the city proper, the dargah is one of the most recognisable landmarks of Mumbai. An exquisite example of Indo-Islamic Architecture, associated with legends about doomed lovers, the dargah contains the tomb of Sayed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari.

  • Elephanta Caves

    Elephanta Caves

    The Elephanta Caves are a network of sculpted caves located on Elephanta Island, or Gharapuri in M

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    Elephanta Caves

    The Elephanta Caves are a network of sculpted caves located on Elephanta Island, or Gharapuri in Mumbai Harbour, 10 kilometres to the east of the city of Mumbai in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The island, located on an arm of the Arabian Sea, consists of two groups of caves—the first is a large group of five Hindu caves, the second, a smaller group of two Buddhist caves. The Hindu caves contain rock cut stone sculptures, representing the Shaiva Hindu sect, dedicated to the Lord Shiva. The rock cut architecture of the caves has been dated to between the 5th and 8th centuries, although the identity of the original builders is still a subject of debate. The caves are hewn from solid basalt rock. All the caves were also originally painted in the past, but now only traces remain. The main cave was a Hindu place of worship until Portuguese rule began in 1534, after which the caves suffered severe damage. This cave was renovated in the 1970s after years of neglect, and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 to preserve the artwork. It is currently maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India . ^ a b "Elephanta Caves" . Unesco. Retrieved 2010-02-10. ^ a b "Elephanta Caves". World Heritage: Unesco.org. Retrieved 2010-02-10.

  • Gateway of India

    Gateway of India

    The Gateway of India is a monument built during the British Raj in Mumbai City of Maharashtra state

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    Gateway of India

    The Gateway of India is a monument built during the British Raj in Mumbai City of Maharashtra state in Western India . It is located on the waterfront in the Apollo Bunder area in South Mumbai and overlooks the Arabian Sea. The structure is a basalt arch, 26 metres high. It lies at the end of Chhatrapati Shivaji Marg at the water's edge in Mumbai Harbour. It was a crude jetty used by the fishing community which was later renovated and used as a landing place for British governors and other prominent people. In earlier times, it would have been the first structure that visitors arriving by boat in Mumbai would have seen. The Gateway has also been referred to as the Taj Mahal of Mumbai, and is the city's top tourist attraction. The structure was erected to commemorate the landing of their Majesties King George V and Queen Mary at Apollo Bunder, when they visited India in 1911. Built in Indo-Saracenic style, the foundation stone for the Gateway of India was laid on 31 March 1911. The final design of George Wittet was sanctioned in 1914 and the construction of the monument was completed in 1924. The Gateway was later the ceremonial entrance to India for Viceroys and the new Governors of Bombay. It served to allow entry and access to India. The monument has witnessed three terror attacks from the beginning of the 21st century; twice in 2003 and it was also the disembarkation point in 2008 when four gunmen attacked the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower. ^ "Which company built the Gateway of India?". Rediff.com. 4 May 2007. Retrieved 30 April 2012. ^ National Portal Content Management Team. "National Portal of India, Monuments". National Informatics Centre . Retrieved 23 April 2012. ^ Pg no. 582 ^ DNA . "Walk amid a wealth of heritage in Mumbai". DNA India . Retrieved 24 April 2012. ^ Holloway, James . "Gateway of India; Colorful, Crowded Bombay Provides An Introduction to Subcontinent". The New York Times. Retrieved 26 November 2012. ^ ^ Arnett, Robert . India Unveiled. Atman Press. p. 166. ISBN 978-0-9652900-4-3. Retrieved 22 April 2012. ^ Duncan Forbes . The heart of India. Hale. p. 76. Retrieved 3 April 2012. ^ ^ Chapman, Kenneth. Peace, War and Friendships. Roxana Chapman. p. 151. ISBN 978-0-9551881-0-7. Retrieved 16 April 2012. ^ Simon, Sherry; St-Pierre, Paul . Changing the Terms: Translating in the Postcolonial Era. University of Ottawa Press. p. 245. ISBN 978-0-7766-0524-1. Retrieved 22 April 2012.

  • Antilia (building)

    Antilia (building)

    Antilia is a private home in South Mumbai, India. It is owned by Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance

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    Antilia (building)

    Antilia is a private home in South Mumbai, India. It is owned by Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries Limited and includes a staff of 600 to maintain the residence. While the New York Times in 2008 reported that it cost $500–700 million, it is believed to be worth $1 billion USD, due to the rising costs of surrounding structures currently in South Mumbai. As of November 2014, it is deemed to be the World's most expensive residential property.

  • Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai

    Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai

    The Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shri Ganesh. It is locat

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    Siddhivinayak Temple, Mumbai

    The Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shri Ganesh. It is located in Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra. It was originally built by Laxman Vithu and Deubai Patil on November 19, 1801. Though it is one of the richest temples in Mumbai, the current generation of Patil is staying in state of despair near the temple. The temple has a small mandap with the shrine for Siddhi Vinayak . The wooden doors to the sanctum are carved with images of the Ashtavinayak . The inner roof of the sanctum is plated with gold, and the central statue is of Ganesha. In the periphery, there is a Hanuman temple as well.

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