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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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Taj Mahal Palace & Tower
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Located next to the India Gate, Taj Mahal Hotel is a well-known and luxurious hotel in Mumbai, symbolizing India’s self-esteem and wealth. The hotel's architecture blends Indian, Islamic and European styles with a grand and majestic impression. And the uniqueness of the hotel is located right by the sea and the entrance towards the city. This inland-facing U-shape is designed for comfort, so that the afternoon breeze will blow from the back. At the same time, the design also includes the meaning of the British colonial power that does not welcome entry into India through the sea.
Dhobi Ghat
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The Dhobi Ghat is a municipal site in Mumbai from a hundred years ago. Today, even with the popularity of washing machines, Indians still maintain the tradition of manual laundry washing. The scene of thousands of people washing at the same time has become a wonder of Mumbai. In the open space, hundreds of people are busy with their hands and clothes, and the sound of washing and the sound of the sticks fill the entire area. The scene is very impressive.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
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Built in 1888, Victoria Station was completed in 10 years and was listed on the UN World Heritage List in 2004. It is also the location for the Slumdog Millionaire. Designed by British architect William Steven, this magnificent and magnificent Gothic building combines Victorian and traditional Indian style. The interior decoration of the station is the work of the students of the Mumbai Art School. The station is still in use today and has been one of the busiest train stations in India.
Hanging Garden
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The Hanging Garden, also known as the Haiin Garden, is located on the top of the Malabar Mountain. The park is covered with trees. Although surrounded by high trees, it blocks the view overlooking the Mumbai waterfront, but the shrubs in the garden are pruned into various kinds. The shape of the animal is very interesting and there is a unique boot-shaped building. In the evening, locals like to come and take a walk.

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