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Welcome to Mumbai

About Mumbai

India’s largest city of Mumbai is a cosmopolitan metropolis, which attracts visitors from all parts of the world. Mumbai is one city that you certainly have to visit.

Visitors to Mumbai will be overjoyed to know that there are so many sights and attractions to see here during your holiday. I hope you packed the camera. A trip to the Elephanta Caves, a series of sculpted caves, comes highly recommended.

After your tour of the Elephanta Caves, make your way to the Gateway of India. The Gateway of India overlooks the Arabian Sea and it's a great place to enjoy spectacular views of Mumbai and its surrounding areas.

Visitors to Mumbai will be able to enjoy a trip to Rajabai Clock Tower, a very popular attraction with holidaymakers. The clock tower, which is 85 metres high, is located in the University of Mumbai’s Fort Campus.

Be sure to visits Worli Fort. The British built this particular fort in 1675 and it was used as a lookout for enemy forces. 

Kamala Nehru Park is a very popular Mumbai park that you certainly have to visit. Explore this picturesque park to your heart’s content, or chill out and watching Mumbai life go racing by. 

Girgaum Chowpatty is one of the most famous beaches in Mumbai that visitors will definitely have to check out.

The best way of exploring Mumbai is by foot. You will have the opportunity of visiting some of Mumbai’s famous streets and markets. Crawford Market is a major draw with tourists and locals alike.

Mumbai is the home of Bollywood, which is very popular throughout the entire world. 

The nightlife in Mumbai is amazing and you will find a great selection of bars, nightclubs, bars and top notch restaurants.

Mumbai is a tourist’s paradise. Enjoy every Mumbai minute.

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Mumbai, a Thriving Multicultural City

Being the commercial capital of India, this is a town of excess and was known as Bombay until 1995 when the name was changed. There is enormous poverty and immoderate wealth, pandemonium and order, chic bars and slums. Historic temples set against futuristic skyscrapers. Mumbai also plays home to Bollywood, one of the biggest film industries on earth that is internationally renowned. The best ways to spend your time is to stroll through the streets and markets, watching life as it goes by in its full bustling noisy glory. The city features some of India's prime restaurants so it's perfect if you want to try some exquisite Indian cuisine. If you are still motivated to spend a lively night out after a long day of sightseeing then stop over at one of the countless nightclubs in the city. BudgetAir.ie  -- Irish travel agents specialising in holidays, city breaks and cheap flights to Mumbai. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for competitions, updates and last minute flight deals to Mumbai.


 

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