Lives in Navi Mumbai, India
Since Nov 2014
50-64 year old male
Love to travel in India. Prefer scenic view / beaches / mountain hill stations / and shopping. Like the best, if the price, is value for money. Hotel plus other prices should be market based and reasonable, keeping in view of the hotel competition.
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
Gift & Speciality Shops
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
Sacred & Religious Sites
Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Sacred & Religious Sites
Scenic Drives, Points of Interest & Landmarks
An amazing place to see true Mumbai. Buy Rs. 5/- platform rly ticket, and enjoy seeing the nerve centre, of local trains and lakhs of Mumbai commuters, all in speed mode. From the outside enjoy the good architectural, structure built, during the British regime.
The interior decoration is built to resemble north west frontier of India. Typically the Khyber pass, Very famous resteraunt, visited by locals and foreign tourists. Excellent Indian food, veg and non veg, good service and and nice ambience!
An alternate resteraunt to eat is Delhi Darbar. Its flavour is different and one should try his mutton biryani, or chicken tikka masala. Prices are reasonable. Service is good, and location is in the heart of shopping area - namely Regal cinema or Causeway.
Very famous place for chat items like bhel puri / sev puri / pani puri and ragda pattice/samosa. Again this is located in shopping area - Colaba Causeway!
Colaba Causeway and around, you will find, almost every item of tourist interest. A few are listed here - Gateway of india / The lovely Taj hotel / Boat Rides / Exotic sea view of the sea and ships. Bars and resteraunts, and of course shopping!
A famous and old shop for lovely trendy shirts, located in South Mumbai. A huge self building of theirs, houses 1000's of colourful shirts. Indian tourist / locals and foreign tourists visit this place.
An amazing sizzler cuisine. Something very different to enjoy, both the veg and non-veg. Try the shashlik dishes. Good sevice, but a little crowded seating. Visit is a must!
Built during the British rule, a monument in lieu of their Kings arrival in India, a lovely architectural monument, visited by millions of tourist both from, India and Abroad. Majestic sea view, and available tourist boat rides.
Al world famous Hindu temple of Lord Ganeshaji, built in the heart of the city, and faithfully visited by millions of local devotees. Tuesday being the popular day for temple visit, the line stretches, as far as the eye can see! Be Blessed, visit the temple!
A very nice and quiet, beach front, for lots of variety of tourist and time pass. Food stalls, selling snacks items, entertainment for liitle children, a place to unwind / majestic sea view and of the Mumbai shoreline.
A very famous place for muslim worship, and amazing architecture in the middle of the sea, close to the shoreline. Devout muslims / tourists / locals love this place, and it is said and believed that your wishes come true, if you ask of the same from the shrine. Must visit!
Bring out the child in you, and spend a full day, at Esselworld and you will never forget it! Instead of spending on expensive foreign Disney land tours, try this locally at Mumbai. A very attractive amusement and enertainment spot!
Goddess of Wealth! Another famous Hindu shrine, located near the sea shore, and famous Devi temple. During Navratri festival days, the line of devout Hindu pilgrims, stretch as long as the eye can see! Must visit!
Another loveable place, is Marine Drive. It is also known as the Queens necklace! A lovely sight to watch at night! The long parapet wall , serves as sitting for the locals and tourists, and lovers. It is so relaxing / and unwinding on a hard / busy day. You will not know how time went by!
One of my most favourite places, for visiting in Mumbai, Juhu beach! Since childhood this has been a loveable attraction, with the beach / sea shore / eating stalls / childrens games / entertainment and photo shooters. Fully crowded, there is never a boring minute!