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Mumbai Travel Guides offers an unbelievable section of top class sightseeing attractions in Mumbai, India that are sure to be the highlight of any holiday. Visitors looking for a variety of cultural attractions in Mumbai will be not leave disappointed with so many options to choose from. Mumbai also offers numerous renowned heritage sites that India is famous for around the world. Guests can also visit the Water Park Kingdom, Mumbai
Bollywood Flick in Mumbai
Catch a Bollywood flick. In the home of Indian cinema and indeed the most prolific movie industry on the planet, to not see a film here is close to taboo. Most last nearly 4 hours long so you'll get good value for money and guaranteed singing, dancing and plenty of crying for your rupees.
Recommended hotels near Bollywood Flick in Mumbai: Hotel Dragonfly
Shree Siddhivinayak Temple
The city of Mumbai is a place of constant change, which somehow manages to maintain the old while pushing ever-forward to embrace the new. It is one of the largest and most exciting and diverse cities in India. The Hindu Shree Siddhivinayak Temple is a good addition to the sights list for anyone who decides to travel to Mumbai, adding to the large cultural and religious picture that the city generates. Find luxury Mumbai hotels -
Residency Hotel - Fort - Mumbai, InterContinental Mumbai Marine Drive Hotel
Haji Ali Dargah in Mumbai
Fast closing on its 600-year birthday, this iconic mosque just off the coast of Worli has remained a significant Mumbai landmark for centuries. Thousands of people show up on Thursdays and Fridays for prayers but anyone of any faith is allowed into the complex.
Vague plans have been floated around to raze the site to the ground and replace it with white marble as engineers say the current structure is too old and battered for renovation, so get here soon before it's too late.
Elephanta Caves in Mumbai
These carved shrines dedicated to Shiva are centuries-old and one of Mumbai’s premier tourist sites and the host of the Elephanta Festival every February. The Portuguese vandalised this important site when they arrived nearly 500 years ago but the caves remain as splendid today as ever. Catch a ferry from the Gateway of India ferry terminal to get here.
Recommended hotels near: Elephanta Caves Hotel Everest
Gateway of India in Mumbai
Built in dedication to former British monarch King George V when he visited India at the beginning of the last century, the Gateway to India, like many other colonial relics, has been adopted by the independent India as its own and a powerful, sturdy icon of the city. Located right on the harbour front in southern Mumbai, many visitors end up here without planning to, so you will no doubt see it during a trip here. This is also the departure point for numerous ferries.
India has plenty of impressive fortresses, but Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort is one of the most dramatic. Seamlessly capping a cliff bound hill, the maze-like ramparts of this 15th-century masterpiece are a wonderful place to explore. The views over the Blue City (Jodhpur) are stunning, and one of India’s best palace museums is located within the fort. Visit this website for further information about Mehrangarh Fort Jodhpur
Elephant Safari Ride
The Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh has the densest tiger population of any park in the country, and practically guarantees a sighting. The most adventurous way to search for a tiger is on the back of an elephant. These popular safaris take you into the heart of the action safely guarded by your guide (and the fact that tigers are afraid of elephants).
The next best thing to an African safari is an Indian safari. In Kerala’s Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary there are large herds of wild elephants. Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh offers the best chance to see a tiger in the wild. Travelling atop an elephant ensures a unique and memorable way to experience this safari in relative safety.
Golf in India
Golfers can boast of playing a round at the highest golf course on the planet in Gulmarg. As you’d expect, the views of Nanga Parbat Mountain (one of the world’s highest) are stunning. In the winter, Gulmarg is transformed into a modern ski resort.
Gulmarg, located in Jammu and Kashmir is an adventure destination in the remote Himalayas and has limited range when comes to shopping. Though there are many stores in the town selling carpets, clothing etc. yet are costly and higher price than in Srinagar.
Some of the better shops in Gulmarg include Khan Cloth House where you can get western version of Kashmiri Faran, pashminas and clothing. For jewellery, antiques and other handicrafts you can go to Ladakh Art Palace while beautiful linen products and carpets are available in Faiz Shawls located next to the Ladakh Art Palace.
Nehru Zoological Park
This 300-acre zoo in Hyderabad offers one of the best chances in India to see many exotic wild animals up close and personal. An early morning safari ride offers an amazing cruise through an enclosure where lions and tigers roam freely. A massive lake in the centre of the zoo is home to thousands of birds, and even hippos and leopards can be viewed close up. Located in Hyderabad.
Dining & Shopping & Food in India
Like the people and the land itself, Indian cuisine varies from region to region. The ubiquitous curries known as tikka and korma can be found everywhere, but with subtle differences. The basic staples of almost every meal include rice, lentils (dahl) and some form of bread known as roti. Whenever possible, try and order a wonderful multi-course meal called a thali to ensure that you get to try a few different dishes.
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