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Holiday in Mumbai

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mumbai :  Mumbai Metro Hotel
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mumbai :  Hotel Sion residency
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Global Citizen Festival India Special - With Flights

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Things to Do in Mumbai

  • Babulnath Temple

    Babulnath Temple, located towards the south of Malabar Hill at the end of Marine Drive, is one of the oldest temples in Mumbai. The principle deity in this temple is Lord Shiva, depicted in the form of a Babul tree.

    Built in 1780, this shrine exudes a quaint charm and palpable spiritual energy. In the 1900s, a tall spire was installed in the temple that greatly enhances its aesthetic beauty. Such is the splendour of this temple that it reminds one of Mount Kailash, the perpetual abode of Lord Shiva. Owing to its height (almost 1000 feet above the plains), this temple offers a splendid view of the Arabian Sea.

    Countless devotees throng this place on the auspicious occasion of Mahashivratri. It also receives a huge influx of worshippers and visitors on every Monday, a day earmarked for Lord Shiva.

  • St. George Fort

    St. George Fort or Fort George is a crumbled structure that stands in the Fort area of Mumbai. Named in praise of King George III, the fort reminds of the British empire's early days in India. It was built in 1769 at the site of the Dongri Fort, as an extension of the fortified Bombay region. The reason behind its construction was to provide defence against an expected attack by Napoleon Bonaparte. The British eventually defeated him after a long war that continued for almost seven years. During this period, the Peshwa kingdom in Maharashtra also declined, and the British emerged as the supreme administrative power.

    During its glorious days, the fort covered a large area that was about 1.6 kilometres in length and 500 metres in breadth. Sir Barter Fier demolished it (1862-65) as British no longer required the defensive fortification. The fort was also used as a storehouse of arms and ammunitions. Between 1889 and 1892, St. George Hospital was constructed at the fort site and its remains can still be seen.

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How to Reach Mumbai

By Air

Mumbai is the gateway to India for a large number of travellers and is extremely well connected by air with most major destinations around the world as well as in India. 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.


By Train

Mumbai is very well connected to rest of India by trains. Trains travelling from Central, East and West India arrive at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, or VT as it used to be called. Trains from the North arrive at Mumbai Central Station.

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Best Time to Visit Mumbai

Mumbai is the gateway to India for a large number of travellers and is extremely well connected by air with most major destinations around the world as well as in India. 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.

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