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Taj Mahal Palace & Tower
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_We***47 what a good and wonderfull palace .such a Beautiful beach view very good design development.....
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
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Rohit historical place on the name of great king chatrapati shivaji maharaj located in Mumbai Maharashtra
Dhobi Ghat
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M34***68The vast laundry scene contrasts with the city's tall buildings in the distance, a unique sight in Mumbai. The laundry is a slum in Mumbai, where people of all walks of life hand over their clothes for manual cleaning. There are sun-cured clothes everywhere. 
Marine Drive
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_GG***23Marine Drive is just adjacent to the vast Arabian Sea and this place lets you experience the magnificent sunset with multiples hues covering the whole sky. Not only this, the beautiful lighting during the night makes this places worth a visit. Drop at this place just before the sunset, click pictures and enjoy the view. Post dinner experience the gorgeous lighting bordering the waters.
Koh Chang
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风的呢喃1963The elephant island of Mumbai is an island located in the bay of Mumbai, 11km northeast of the India gate. The area is claimed to be more than 10 square kilometers, and the cave temples and statues with the theme of the Hindu gods built in the 8-9 century are famous. Half of the grottoes here are Hindu, the other half are Buddhism, which is not open at present. The Hindu grottoes are only five, can you have a year to calculate a half? And these monuments, which have been destroyed by the Portuguese army, are the most famous and well-preserved temple of Shiva, the first cave, the most famous statue of the six-meter-high Trimurti, one of the monumental sculptures of India and the world. Other basic damage, nothing to see, I feel, compared to the Longmen Grottoes Yungang Grottoes, the protection measures are too poor. Arrival method: take the ferry to the dock in front of the gate of India, the voyage is about an hour, round-trip 200 rupees / people. The ferry time for departure is 9:00-14:30, and the return ferry time is 12:30-18:00. Opening time: Open year-round, not open on Monday. Tickets: 600 rupees per person. The camera is charged another 25 rupees, and the mobile phone is free. Going to the Aveda and Elora Grottoes, this grotto can be ignored, the price is not high.
Dharavi Slum
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M34***68Located in the heart of Mumbai, adjacent to the Mumbai International Airport's Dharavi, the world's second largest slum in Asia, more than a million people live in less than two square kilometers of land, with terrible air and small spaces in the vast "urban village".

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Dhobi Ghat
Dhobi GhatMumbai,India

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Bhau Daji Lad Museum
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Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple Trust
Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Temple TrustMumbai,India

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Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Temple
Sri Sri Radha Gopinath TempleMumbai,India

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Nariman Point
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Aksa Beach
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About Mumbai

India's largest city, located in western India and the Arabian coast, is known as the “commercial capital” and “financial capital” of India. Indians often claim that their status is equivalent to Shanghai's importance in China. Here, the traffic is crowded, the gap between the rich and the poor is wide, there are tens of thousands of slums, but at the same time there are high-rise buildings, wide streets, Victorian buildings and new-style skyscrapers, and colonial legacy buildings, even There is a base camp in Bollywood, India.

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Mumbai Weather

May 11, 2021
Partly Cloudy
27 ~ 32
May 12, 2021
Poor Air Quality
28 / 31
May 13, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
28 / 32
May 14, 2021
Poor Air Quality
28 / 32
May 15, 2021
Partly Sunny
29 / 33
May 16, 2021
Intermittent Clouds
30 / 31
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Mumbai
May 11, 2021 Mumbai Weather:Partly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:78%, Sunrise/Sunset:06:06/19:04
Mumbai Driving:Suitable, Running:Good, Cycling:Suitable

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