InterContinental Marine Drive-Mumbai
Enjoy an early power breakfast at Long & Short - GastroBar . Take a local Cab or hotel car to Victoria Terminus, a prime example of Victorian architecture and the 'lifeline of Mumbai' & over 2 million people pass through the station annually. End your morning at the Gateway of India on the waterfront of Colaba. This majestic stone arch was built in 1911 to commemorate the visit of George V.
At about 12.30pm, head to Churchgate Station where you will see the famous dabbawallas (tiffin carriers) in action, delivering homemade lunches from suburban households to office workers across the city. It's a Mumbai phenomenon: 5,000 dabbawallas deliver 170,000 meals daily, always on time and without error. Afterwards, head down to Crawford Market to stock up on good Indian spices, and to Chor Bazaar ('thieves' market'), where you will find a great assortment of antiques. A perfect lunch would be a delicious Indian biryani at the Delhi Darbar restaurant.
Hire a horse carriage - one of the oldest modes of transport used by the Maharajas and Royal Highnesses - and ride from nearby Nariman Point through the illuminated streets of south Mumbai. After 9pm, it will take you along Marine Drive, the shoreline of the Arabian Sea, otherwise known as 'the Queen's necklace'. End your perfect day with a delicious seafood dinner at Trishna, arguably one of the best seafood restaurants in the country.
Cinema actually has been the most vibrant medium for telling India its own story, the story of its struggle for independence, its constant struggle to achieve national integration and to emerge as a global presence. Bollywood completes its 100 years and is one of the largest producers of movies every year. Bolywood movies ans actors have spread their popularity over Asia, Europe, Middle East and is watched all across the globe. Mumbai is the hub of Bollywood, our teams will be happy to create a tour of a any available studio, based on request at least 48 hours prior.
King of fruits
March to May is Alphonso mango season. This aromatic king of fruits must be savoured. Remember to sample some before you leave.
Your host city
Many people migrate to Mumbai, which is why it is the most populated city in India. It is true that Mumbai takes care of the poorest people no one sleeps without having at least one meal a day. You will be treated like a king or queen in the city of Mumbai.