We always love to say “Mumbai the City of Dream”. It never stop it never sleep and most important “local train” is the lifeline of Mumbaikar.
Mumbai is full of dreamers and hard-labourers, starlets and gangsters, fisherfolk and crorepatis and lots of people.
Mumbai has the world most popular film Industry “Bollywood” and another side the Asia’s biggest slums “Dharavi”.
Mumbai is India’s financial powerhouse, fashion epicenter. It’s even evolved its own language, Bambaiyya Hindi, which is a mix of everything.
Mumbai having the full of energetic peoples, uncover unique bazaars, hidden temples and India’s premier restaurants and nightlife.
There is few cities in the world leave the tourists with such vivid impressions, whether it’s the glitz and glamour of ‘Bollywood’, the spectacular array of Victorian buildings of the British Raj, the seaside rendezvous on the Juhu Beach, or the maze of alleyways and lively streets of Mumbai.
For many tourists, however, its world-class museums and galleries – notably the superb Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalay, with its collection of the antiquities, – are reason enough to visit.
Mumbai is best begun from the Gateway of India, the most famous colonial landmark While Mumbai itself could take a lifetime to explore.