5 Incredible Things to Do in Mumbai

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In case your are Tourist planning to visit Mumbai, India, then you must definitely read this article and I recommend you to do all of the incredible things listed in this article to enjoy the city.

5 Incredible Things to Do in Mumbai

Mumbai, the financial capital city of India, is a place worth visiting. The city indeed has many attractions popular among the tourists. Mumbai is famous for its street food also. Majority of residents use local trains for travelling. Mumbai, Surrounded by the beautiful Arabian Sea on the west, there are plenty of places that can be explored in this busy city. Here is your guide to 5 incredible things to do in your next visit to Mumbai.

Travel in a local train

Travelling in a Mumbai local train could be a biggest challenge of your life. The local train during peak hours is crowded such that you could be accidentally thrown out of the local train, if you are not careful. So watch out your steps!
•Peak hours are morning 8.00 AM to 11.00 AM and Evening 5.00 PM to 10.00 PM (except week ends)
•Travel on Sunday, if you want to avoid crowd

Shop on the busy fashion street

Fashion Street, 1 Kilometers away from the World Heritage Site of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, is a cluster of street roads. You can purchase latest apparels at throw away prices. However, to get a good deal, you must have excellent skill of bargaining. You can buy apparel worth Rupees One Thousand for only One Hundred, provided you know bargaining.

•Bargain in piecemeal
•Check the product before you purchase, it can be defective

Eat local food on the famous beach, Chowpatty

Chowpatty located at the Juhu area, is famous for the t The beach is crowded in the evening. Delicious local food called as Bhel Puri is available at reasonable price. After having the Bhel Puri, do not forget to ask for a free puri.

•Don’t venture deep into the sea
•Don’t forget to drink famous “Golas”

Drive on Bandra Worli Sea Link

Yes, no pedestrians and no traffic at this recently launched Sea Link. You can drive at a speed of Hundred Kilometers per hour. You have to pay a toll of Fifty Rupees. You can enjoy the skyline of the Mumbai city on one side and Arabian Sea on the other side.

•Observe the speed limits
•Drive on lane
•Avoid unnecessary honking
•Don’t stop in between, to take photographs

Stroll on Marine Drive

In the evening, you can stroll on the famous street, Marine Drive. You can enjoy the skyline of South Mumbai here. You can also visit the famous Wankhede Stadium and Church gate station, which are nearby.

•Stay till the street lights are on, you can enjoy the magnificent Queen’s necklace
•Visit the famous Status Restaurant for a quick dinner

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