Mumbai



Mumbai- The Richest Nocturnal City

Climate Of Mumbai :
Summer - 35C (Max) 25C (Min)
Winter - 25C (Max) 15C (Min)
Rainy Season - 2200 mm
Best Time to Visit - October to February

Mumbai Tourist Attractions :
Gateway of India, Flora Fountain, Mahalakshmi Racecourse, Town Hall, Film City, Church gate, Malabar hill, Marine Drive.

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Location Of Mumbai :
Geographic - It is situated on the western coast of India with an area of 603 sqkm. Mumbai was originally a conglomeration of seven islands on the Konkan coastline.
Famous As - The richest city with the highest GDP has such a rich and busy lifestyle that people enjoy their lives at night because of which it is also called the city that never sleeps.

How to Reach Mumbai :
By Air - It is the busiest airport of the country handling at least 45 landings and take-offs per hour. It has two domestic and two international terminals, which are connected by shuttle services.
By Road - The National Highways No. 3, 4, 6, 8, 9 and 17 pass through the city, making it accessible to all parts of the country. Apart from it there is a Mumbai-Pune expressway traversing through the city.
By Railways - With an extensive network of rail service, it is the headquarters of Central Railways and Western Railways. Besides the major Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal, there are other railway stations at Bombay Central, Churchgate, Dadar and Kurla.

Mumbai Tourist Attractions :
Mumbai is a name derived from Mumbai meaning Goddess Kali and Aai meaning mothers in Marathi which in itself shows the significance of religion and spirituality in this city. The richest city in the country is a perfect blend of dream stir in a bunch of Bollywood mixed with colonial relics, poured in money, with a pinch of poverty a drop of traffic with mayhem of religionism. It is the country's financial powerhouse and a centre of glamour, fashion and films. Gleaming skyscrapers amidst slums and glooming poverty is the uniqueness of this city. Being the most glamorous and happening cities of the country, it is bestowed with a host of Mumbai tourist attractions thronged by a great incursion of tourists every year. Therefore, the sightseeing tour to the city rejuvenates you from all tensions. Situated on the waterfront in the southern part of the city, Gateway of India is the landmark of this place.

Inspired from Flora - the Roman Goddess of Flowers, there is a splendid fountain built in South Mumbai named as the Flora Fountain . Amongst the heritage buildings of Mumbai, Town Hall is the most imperial one. This is not the end; there is a classic racecourse - Mahalakshmi Racecourse especially for the elite. Malabar Hill is a small hill in South Mumbai which has the famous Hanging Gardens, Walkeshwar Temple and Kamala Nehru Gardens of the Dream City of India. In fact, it is the highest point in the city center, with a height of 50 meters. Ranging from expensive restaurants to exciting pubs, you can find it all in this city.

Mumbai Cities Near by :
Pune (170 km)
Mahabaleshwar (285 km)
Khandala (101 km)
Lonavala (96 km)