Mumbai is the ideal city for many people to fulfill dreams. People throughout the country move to try their luck. Because of this reason people desire to go once and have their opportunity to show their talent and fulfill their desire in the cosmopolitan and mixed populations of the city. In this city you will find people of all caste, culture and religion. The living standard of the people is mixture of the different parts of the country and western influence and their western culture.
Mumbai has lot of things to see. Once this small island was covered by palm trees and areas was belonging to the native koli fisher-folk. In the 17th century the Portuguese visited and spotted the island with numerous forts, which nowadays also makes the city a great look and business to handle from the all ports throughout the world. In 1661, Mumbai was at last surrender to Charles II of England and ultimately turned into one the largest ports in the British Empire.
The local language of this business capital city of Mumbai is Marathi, though Hindi is common language and thoroughly used and understands by all.
• Colaba Area
Colaba is Located in South-Bombay, most preferred location for the visitors. It has number of budget and luxury hotels Mumbai are available to welcome all type of tourists.
• Mumbai Fort
The exaggerated mingle of Victorian gothic buildings in the Fort area of Mumbai, gives the European cultures of the city.
• Marine Drive
Marine drive built in 1920 around the shoreline of the Arabian Sea from Nariman Point to Malabar Hill. It’s one of Mumbai’s most famous romantic spot and sunset sight is amazing.
• Chowpatty Beach
Chowpatty and Mumbai beach is the most famous beach in the Mumbai where local people enjoy to evening and feel relaxed from all the days works. In the evening it turns into a magical ambiance as locals as different sellers like balloon sellers, magicians, fortune tellers, nut vendors, ferris wheels and shooting galleries gathers to have a most enjoyable environment to create for the locals.
• Malabar Hill
The grand bungalows that sprinkled the hillside in the 18th century have now been changed by the big apartment blocks and Hotels in Mumbai.
if you are in Mumbai then you must make a day tour to Kalbadevi bazaars located north of Crawford Market other tour to Mumbai will have incomplete journey.