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Anil

How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

Please keep in mind that I am an Indian and I am from southern part of India. I would like to travel like any domestic tourist.
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Asked by Anil - 11 answers - 35 days ago
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Alok

1. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

24 February 2015
Tourists have a lot of options when it comes to spending time in Mumbai. Mumbai has innumerable attractions and the transportation facilities are also great but there is one drawback that could spoil your trip. The city is huge and traffic jams are common- try not to spend your holiday waiting for the vehicle in the front to move. The other option is the local train but then they are notoriously packed and not worth travelling for a tourist.

Check for hotels in Mumbai that are close to major tourist attractions or in important locations so that you can simply walk to your destination.

Here is a breakdown of the important places or locations in Mumbai where you can stay.


  1. Andheri - Andheri can be called the heart of the city and most of the important locations like Bandra, Nariman Point, Juhu, etc are situated nearby. You will easily find hotels to stay here, that too of all price ranges.


  2. Colaba and Girgaon - This area is the tip-end of the city and boasts of major tourist attractions like Gateway of India, Nariman Point, Taj Hotel, etc. The market is also nearby which means shopping for your family. The best restaurants nearby are Khyber at Fort, Britannia & Co., Jimmy Boy, etc.


  3. Worli Sea-side view, easy-going ambience, lower rates and good hotels- you can get it all by staying in Worli. The nearest tourist attractions are Worli sea-face, the famous Siddhi Vinayak Temple, the beautiful Haji Ali mosque and the Magen David Synagogue.


  4. Mira Road Located in North Mumbai, this is a fast developing area even though it still has the solid middle class laid back feel. The beaches here are clean and the tourist attractions include the rock-cut caves of Mahakali and Jogeshwari plus the area has a lot of shopping malls too. Another major attraction, especially for children is Essel World theme park.



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Alok

2. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

24 February 2015

3 Days in Mumbai


  • Day-1 - Take a map and check out all the tourist attractions that are near you and then list them according to priorities, distance, time taken and transportation costs. The major attractions should be Gateway of India, Nariman Point, Marine Drive and Juhu Beach. If you are near Bandra then make sure you check out some of the popular eateries nearby such as Olive Bar & Kitchen that serves Mediterranean food, Persian Darbar and Mini Punjab.

  • Day-2 - Make a list of major tourist attractions that you have missed and check them out. Take a trip to Essel World with your family-your kids are going to love that place. Then you can take a boat to the Ajanta and Ellora caves that are situated on an island. This is a heritage spot and is ideal for a family outing.

  • Day-3 - Leave your shopping for the final day. The best places to shop are the flea markets near Nariman Point or the malls near Mira Road. If you are not shopping then take a bus tour of the city that will show you all the major destinations of Mumbai that you couldn’t have visited on your own.

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morachichincholi

3. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

25 October 2016
If you are not maharashtrian and willing to visit maharashtra then you must first experience the authentic culture of Maharashtra. Morachi chincholi is the best place where you can experience the authentic culture of Maharashtra. It will be a welcome escape from your hectic daily schedule. At morachi chincholi you can experience all sorts of rural activities. It will be unforgettable experience for you because you will return with pleasant memories. For more details you can visit www.morachichincholi.com
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4. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

25 October 2016
If you are not maharashtrian and willing to visit maharashtra then you must first experience the authentic culture of Maharashtra. Morachi chincholi is the best place where you can experience the authentic culture of Maharashtra. It will be a welcome escape from your hectic daily schedule. At morachi chincholi you can experience all sorts of rural activities. It will be unforgettable experience for you because you will return with pleasant memories. For more details you can visit www.morachichincholi.com
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kailash3602

5. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

08 December 2016
Mumbai is a beautiful city and has many of the wonderful places to see. There so many different types of places around like Marine Drive, CST Station, Colaba street, Bandra cater road, Navi Mumbai. There are places which are famous for all the type of the food and party. Mumbai is the city with an awesome night life. There are also many of the Luxury hotels which are available in Mumbai for the stay. It has all the top 5 star hotels which have all the possible services and facilities around. There is also a boutique hotel in Mumbai called as Le Sutra which is the first Indian Art hotel of India. They are the theme based hotel which is in Indian Mythology and Human Desire. You can visit the website for more details about each of the room which is different and a story within themselves: http://www.lesutra.in/
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poojabhatiya

6. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

11 January 2017
Hi,
I am a traveler from Delhi and I feel the whole of Mumbai is so happening full of life and energy.
you will explore a bit of the whole world in Mumbai, I could provide you a list of the places you could go. However, If you are someone who's planning to spend quality with your loved one's there is this exotic hotel in Mumbai, based on ancient themed with amazing interiors, they also have this amazing Angdai day spa.This hotel is a must visit hotel for lover or married couples,

http://www.lesutra.in/the-rooms.php
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poojabhatiya

7. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

05 June 2017
There are many amazing hotels in India,
however. There this amazing hotel Le sutra which one of the best places I have visited so far. This hotel comes with world class interiors based on exotic traditional India themes. A different section of rooms with the different theme, le sutra also includes a beautiful spa Angadai day spa.

http://www.lesutra.in/
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shubham93

8. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

02 November 2017
If You really want to Spend your Mumbai trip with in 3 days .Then Like a good holiday planner, Certified Travel agents plan your travel in lowest budgets as per your exact needs and Time Duration.
There are many places where people can visit in Minimum time.
Lonavala, Pune (83 km from Mumbai)
Khandala, Pune (82 km from Mumbai)
Karnala Bird Sanctuary, Raigad (47 km from Mumbai)
Karjat, Raigad (65km from Mumbai)
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karangoda

9. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

08 March 2018
Mumbai Darshan

Mumbai is the biggest city of India situated on the west shoreline of the nation. The city is intensely populated and is home to around 12.4 million individuals. Mumbai is a city of differences and assorted varieties, regarding riches and culture. It is home to Asia's biggest ghetto and also has a portion of the world's most costly homes, it has numerous religious purposes of interests and in addition a rich contemporary nightlife. Mumbai is additionally the nation's money related powerhouse and is the form center point of the country. This abandons saying as the city is likewise center point to India's most productive film industry – Bollywood.

With the populace being to a great degree thick in the city, a Mumbai darshan can get as confined as the city's movement if not arranged legitimately. The best Mumbai touring places incorporate the Gateway of India, Haji Ali Dargah, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalya Museum and some more. Aside from the touring locales, there are different chic bistros where you can encounter an incredible feasting also. The perfect method to investigate the extraordinary spots of this city is by settling on a Mumbai darshan via auto.

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neeshabhatia

10. Re: How to spend 3 days in and around mumbai for indian tourists?

04 September 2018
In Mumbai there are many places you can visit like Juhu Beach, Bandra Bandstand, Carter road, Worli Seaface, Sanjay Gandhi National Park Borivali . Some good places with delicious food would be Kohinoor Continental Andheri, Yasin's Food Inn, Su-veg in borivali, Shiv sagar veg restaurant and for accomodation there are good hotels like
FabHotel Hill Park Mumbai , Hotel Sea Lord and if you are looking for a something different then there is a an art hotel in bandra which is LeSutra. It has different floors defining different themes in a very artistic way. I hope this helps.

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