Mumbai's lifelines - the local trains - are the best way to reach from one corner to another corner of the city in minimum time. If you've got the time and an appetite for exploration, then you can probably figure out this city in a matter of days. And if you lose your way just look around, your fellow passengers will go out of the way to guide you.
With hundreds of stalls on one single street you have too many options to pick your favorite piece of clothing, bags, footwear and what not! Fashion Street, Hill Road, Colaba Causeway, Linking Road, Chor Bazaar are some of the 'go to' places in Mumbai. Unlike other cities, Mumbai gives you a chance to be at your stylish best without going broke.
Mumbai is one of those cities that worship the street food. From the delicious chat to the pani puri at the corner of the street and of course the mouth watering and spicy Vada Pav is the biggest threat to the fancy burgers and pizzas. And not to forget, you can never say no to the pav bhaji and bhel puris at the local chaat shop. With the stalls and dhaabas that are open all night long, you don't have to worry if you are hungry at 3 in the night.
We need not mention that Mumbai never sleeps. Even if it is 1 in the night, you will still find yourself stuck in the traffic. You won't have trouble getting an auto at 11 in the night and the last local to your house will make sure that you get the cheapest ride home. From intimate bars to high class lounges and cultural performances, Mumbai has a wide variety of options to make sure that you never get bored. With lots of trendy bars in and around Bandra, as well as in south Mumbai and Colaba, Mumbai’s night life is worth experiencing. People might complain about the overcrowded public places in Mumbai, but on a positive side, it is far better than the isolated places where women are afraid to step out.
There are many festivals like Diwali, Holi, Janmashtami, Eid, all are celebrated in the heart of Mumbai but Ganesh Utsav being the favourite amongst them. The 10 days Ganesh Utsav is celebrated enthusiastically. The Aartis, the dance and not to forget the prasad which gives you a pleasure and sense of belongingness. The Mount Mary Church in Bandra hosts the celebration of Mother Mary’s birthday by beautifully decorating the statue and organizing a fair near the church. Minara Masjid at Mohammad Ali road is a must see sight during the holy month of Ramzan.
A walk down Marine Drive as you feels the cool breeze brushing your hair or your favourite chaat at Juhu Chowpati or a family picnic to Aksa beach is outstanding! You have multiple options to spend a weekend with your loved ones. You can find your corner somewhere to indulge in some deep thinking or a peaceful time all by yourself.
The amazing community of Parsis calls Mumbai its home and hosts the place for delicious sweets, desserts and milk at Parsi Dairy Farm on Princess St., Mumbai. Several landmarks in Mumbai are named after Parsis, including Nariman Point.
Find me a Theobroma, Oven Fresh, Candies or an Indigo in any other city pretty please!
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