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Mumbai a cosmopolitan metropolis, earlier known as Bombay, is the largest city in India and the capital of Maharashtra state. Mumbai was originally a conglomeration of seven islands on the Konkan coastline which over time were joined to form the island city of Bombay. The island was in turn joined with the neighbouring island of Salsette to form Greater Bombay. The city has an estimated metropolitan population of 21 million (2005), making it one of the world's most populous cities. Mumbai is undoubtedly the commercial capital of India and is one of the predominant port cities in the country. Mumbai's nature as the most eclectic and cosmopolitan Indian city is symbolized in the presence of Bollywood within the city, the centre of the globally-influential Hindi film and TV industries. It is also home to India's largest slum population.
Mumbai is a bustling, diverse metropolis with a flare all its own. The entrepreneurial spirit and pulsing pace of life provide a sharp contrast to much of the rest of India. Mumbai is the most cosmopolitan city in India. In comparison with the rest of the country, the city is quite liberal. With a regular influx of immigrants from rest of India, the citizens, popularly known as 'Mumbaikers', have shown remarkable tolerance towards other cultures, making it a true cultural melting pot. However in recent times, this tolerance has sometimes bowed under external pressures. Between the 60s and 80s, there was resentment about the non-Marathi speakers taking away jobs. The 1991 and 1993 riots between Hindus and Muslims did attempt to affect this spirit, however the city managed to recover from these, once again proudly highlighting true 'spirit of Mumbai'.
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Things to remember when flying to Mumbai:
- The best time to fly to Mumbai from September to April to avoid summer heat.
- The cheapest fairs to Mumbai can be found in November
- NB! In the Mumbai international airport terminals there are no ATMs. If you need order a taxi, you will need to exchange cash at Money Exchange.
- Do not drink tap water once you are in Mumbai, only bottled water
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About Mumbai and Why Fly There
Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay is a large city on the coast of the Indian Ocean in the west of India and is the capital of Maharashtra. The urban population of the city is nearly 20 million people.
The area occupied by the greater Mumbai is 603 sq kilometres. The city is stretched along the Arabian sea for 140 km occupying a few islands and most of coastal mainland.
Mumbai – is the largest transport hub in the region. The city has a deep natural harbour being the largest port in passenger traffic in western India.
Mumbai (Mumbai), which is still called Bombay by the locals - is "Indian Manhattan" firmly fused with the Indian Hollywood (Bollywood), where more films are produced in a year than in any other city of the world. Originally, Mumbai was a conglomeration of 7 Islands, which eventually merged and became the largest city in India. Now it is composed of the following areas:
South Mumbai - Fort, Colaba , Malabar Hill , Nariman Point and Tardeo - is the oldest part of the city and a commercial centre of the country. It is home to the richest people in India, and real estate is more expensive here than it is in Manhattan. In addition, the area is the most popular with tourists as most of the museums, galleries, bars and restaurants are situated there. South Central Mumbai – formerly industrial center of the city, now is a place with mainly office buildings. The only place which can be of interest to the tourists is the zoo. Just north of the residential areas is the "middle class” district of India.North Central Mumbai – is home to the lower middle class and the majority of immigrants. Tourists will not find anything interesting here. Western Suburbs (western suburbs) - is also chosen by the local rich, who prefer a slower pace of life. There are several beaches, the most famous Christian church in the city and two airports nearby. Central Suburbs – belongs to Bombay “middle class" and is absolutely uninteresting for the tourists. Harbor Suburbs - a former satellite of Bombay, now an integral part of the city. The Atom research centre is situated here. Northwest Mumbai – is the home of the most pristine beaches in the city, national park Sanjay Gandhi and ancient temples that date back to 1 - 5 century BC: Kanheri, Mahakali, Jogeshwari and Mandapeshwar.
Getting About Mumbai
Airport International Airport Chhatrapati Shivaji is the busiest in India. It has got two terminals; an International Terminal 2 (Sahar) and an Internal Terminal (Santacruz) are in one kilometer apart from each other. Between terminals free shuttle buses are operating.The Terminal 1 is divided into 1A (which is a base for state-owned airlines Air India and Kingfisher Airlines) and 1B (private airlines such as Jet Airways, Simplify Deccan, SpiceJet and others). Terminal number 2 is divided into: 2A (here arrives the majority of international flights), 2B (temporarily closed) and 2C (most comfortable terminal which receives regular flights from the government owned Air India and its partners). NB! In the international airport terminals there are no ATMs. If you need order a taxi, you will need to exchange cash at Money Exchange. The airport is 28 km away from the city. The easiest way to get to the center is to take a taxi. You can reserve it upfront (450-600 INR), or take a taxi with the meter (good value for money only for very long distances). You can also catch a taxi or bus to the train / railway station Vile Parle, where there are frequent trains to the centre. You need only first class tickets during off-peak hours (morning and evening the train are severely overcrowded).
Mumbai Flights in India have very competitive price for the flights.
Cheap Flights to Mumbai India from UK. Mumbai is the capital of the Maharashtra, on the western coast of India; it is the largest city in India, and the fourth most populous in the world. This sprawling megalopolis is the commercial capital of the country, and preserves much of the monuments from its British colonial past. One of the city's most famous sights is the Gateway of India, built on the occasion of the King's visit in the early 20th century, which is opposite another famous landmark, the Taj Mahal Hotel. The Marine Drive is home to many art deco buildings, from the 1930s and 1940s. Some of the country's best museums are in the city, including the National Gallery of Modern Art and the Jehangir Art Gallery. Stroll through the street markets of Mumbai to get a real feel of the local culture. The city has a large airport (handling about 30 million passengers a year) with many domestic, international and intercontinental flights creating lith cities such as: London, Tokyo, Dubai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Frankfurt and New York. If you're searching for a cheap flight from London, or any other city, you can use our online flight comparison tool, which allows you to search for flights, compare them and buy the option that best suits you.
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