About the city: Mumbai is the commercial capital of India, the heart of Bollywood, and a melting pot of people and cultures. This city is always on the move and always in a hurry, but has a lot to offer from history to arts to shopping and nightlife for every kind of tourist that comes her way.
About Airports and Railways: The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport lies about 30 kilometres north of the city. The Santa Cruz Domestic Airport is about 4.5 kilometres from the international airport and 26 kilometres north of the city. The major railway stations in Mumbai are Mumbai Central, Vashi Railway Station and Lokmanya Tilak. know more about Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
Hotels & Restaurants: If you are looking for a luxury stay at Mumbai, there are a number of options. Stay at the Trident at Nariman Point, the Lalit near the Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport, Taj Palace for its scenic views or Novotel Hotel on Juhu Beach.know more about Mumbai hotels
Must try food: Make sure you sample the local flavours of Mumbai on your trip. For non-vegetarians, a must-try is seafood at Trishna or Gajalee for its garlic-butter crabs and koliwadi prawns. For vegetarians, a must-eat is vada pao and pao bhaji at Chowpatty. If you are looking for intellectual conversation, stop at Jehangir Art Gallery for a cup of tea at the gallery’s quaint little café, Samovar.
Markets: Mumbai has markets for all shopping needs. If you are up for a good shopping day, head to Colaba Causeway or Linking Road, where you can find almost everything. If you are still looking for more, you can take a trip to Chor Bazaar or Crawford Market.
City Transportation: One of the best things about visiting Mumbai is its convenient and safe public transport accessible round the clock. Carrying up to 8 million passengers per day, the Mumbai local is the city’s major transport artery. Tourists, especially girls, would have no trouble catching a taxi, auto rickshaw or even an air conditioned bus to get around the city.
Must visit Places: On your trip to Mumbai, make sure to take a walk along Marine Drive all the way to the popular Chowpatty Beach. For a divine experience, head to Shree Siddhivinayak temple. For a dose of history, visit the Gateway of India. The Gateway is also the starting point for ferries heading towards the ancient Elephanta Caves.Know more about Places to visit in Mumbai
Climate of Mumbai: From November to February, winter months are the most pleasant in Mumbai. Humidity starts rising from March as summers start approaching. The maximum temperature in May can go as high as 40°C. The predominant season in Mumbai is the monsoon from June to October. If you are travelling between June and September, be prepared for recurrent rainfall through your trip.Know more about Mumbai weather