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    bartoszsin

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    The best place in Mumbay

    Post  bartoszsin on Wed Feb 17, 2010 6:59 am

    Hi guys I am new in the city. Can you give me some advice what I need to visit first Smile
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    Re: The best place in Mumbay

    Post  Admin on Wed Feb 17, 2010 7:16 am

    Hi you should go and see Elephanta Island. It is great place for one day trip Smile
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    Manisha

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    Re: The best place in Mumbay

    Post  Manisha on Wed Feb 17, 2010 7:22 am

    Hi,

    Following are places which you can visit on your first day in mumbai.

    Gateway of India
    Taj Mahal Palace & Tower
    Prince of Wales Museum
    University of Mumbai
    CST
    Crawford Market
    Marine Drive

    Above all places are very nearby and it can easily cover in one day. For more detail click on http://www.bombayana.com/First-Day-in-Mumbai

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    solkar

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    Re: The best place in Mumbay

    Post  solkar on Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:46 am

    Hi,

    Visit to city of Mumbai i.e. Gateway of India. This is a beautiful place in Mumbai.
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    wheelsonmyfeet

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    Matunga, the South Indian part of Mumbai

    Post  wheelsonmyfeet on Sat Feb 20, 2010 11:54 am

    Check out Matunga, the South Indian part of town. There you will see a beautiful vegetable market in a riot of colors, saree shops, incense and sweet shops all clustered in a few square block space that feels like a little town.

    Matunga is where you can buy delicious Indian coffee and the special decoction devices for making that coffee at home. There is also a flower market with some of the best flower garlands I have seen in Mumbai. There are south Indian style temples there and plenty of idlis and dosas on the streets and in restaurants. If you like traditional Indian woven towels, I recommend the first shop on the right side of the leftmost lane of the market. These towels are great for traveling and are easy to maintain in this humid climate because they dry quickly.

    To get to Matunga, take the train from CST Station and get off at MATUNGA station and head eastwards. Takes about 25 minutes to get there. This is a quieter part of Mumbai with a little town feeling so go there and enjoy a different part of the city.

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