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Exploring Mumbai can be an overwhelming task. Our handy Mumbai travel guide helps you sift through the attractions.

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Savor the sun setting over the seafront–Mumbai derives much of its ethos from magnificent sea shores. Nothing can quite match the experience of seeing the sun set, almost into the sea itself, turning both the sky and the water red, as if on fire. This is one attraction that every Mumbai travel guide will definitely recommend, or any local who you may know. You can head to either Juhu, Girgaum or Bandra, where the evening also give way to almost carnival-ish atmosphere, especially during the weekends, where crowds throng to enjoy some quality time, either alone or with their family or friends. If crowds are not to your liking, though, head out in the morning to see the sun rise, and enjoy a quiet, contemplative moment.

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Explore Haji Ali: There’s something almost mythical about the Haji Ali, which you must experience when you decide to explore Mumbai. This 15th century structure, which is built on a small island, which is connected right off the coast of Worli, gives you the perfect place to come and experience. While planning your Mumbai travel guide, make sure to take some time out and sit on the rocks close to the dargahin the evening, and watch as the waves splashing onto the rocks along the shoreline of the vast city that is Mumbai.


Get Your Funk On, Mumbai-Style! For those young at heart, a worthy addition to any Mumbai travel guide is a trip through the city’s music scene. If you have a love for indie music, head on over to Mehboob Studio, in Bandra West, for a session with Live From The Console, which promotes monthly nights where new artists and bands can be uncovered for all to enjoy. You’ll be surrounded by writers, photographers, other artists, designers, performers and even a few bankers and lawyers who are just here to let their hair down; trust us, the group is just that eclectic.


Laugh Your Heart Out: Nothing will cue you into Mumbai’s pulse quite as much as being able to witness the sense of humor that the city hold’s dear. A worthy addition to any Mumbai travel guide will definitely be a trip to hubs like the Canvas Laugh Factory, at the Palladium in Lower Parel, which is the only space that is dedicated to stand-up comedy. Keeping the city’s vibrant lifestyle in mind, you can quite easily see yourself grabbing front row seats for sets from the likes of Rohan Joshi, Sohrab Pant, Anuvab Pal, as well as the funny duo from the All India Bakchod, Tanmay Bhatt and Gursimran Khamba.


Wiggle Yourself Into Invite-only Parties –

The one thing that really does stand as the bastion of Mumbai’s nightlife are the secret parties, one of the most popular being the Grime Riot Disco (GRD), which is one of the highlight event for many party animals. While adding elements to your Mumbai Travel Guide, you should definitely figure out how to to get into this invitation-only party, because this is definitely one of the most groovy parties that you can ever be a part of. To give you an idea of the madness, imagine a playlist that includes everything from the ‘80’s onwards, with retro, indie and a lot of new-wave thrown in. the emphasis of the evening, in case you didn't’t get it already, is being non-commercial.

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Redefine Health Food– After partying all night long, you can join the rest of Mumbai’s party animals as they head on over to the weekly Farmer’s Market, which is held on the Bandra-Sion Link Road, near the Dharavi Depot, from 10am to 3pm. This simple addition to your Mumbai travel guide can help you get your hands on fresh, organic fruits and vegetables, that are received directly from certified organic farmers from across the state of Maharashtra. There’s even a café that serves dishes that are made from the fresh produce, and also is the venue for a bunch of workshops for children.


Shop For Variety – Mumbai is a city of varied tastes, and nothing reflects that quite as well as the various shops that you can find. For popular apparel, you can head over to Bombay Electric, which has products from well-known names like Manish Arora, NachiketBarve, James Ferreira and Rajesh Pratap Singh. You can also get your hands on international lablels like Comme des Garcons and United Nude, which are showcased beside absolutely stellar finds like antique tribal jewelry, hand-woven scarves and other collectibles. You can also enjoy the venue’s other attractions, which include photography exhibitions, concerts and launch parties, making it a valuable highlight in your Mumbai travel guide.

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