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  • What to pack

    For cool season (Nov to Mar):

    1. A pair of long jeans
    2. A sweater or jacket for layering at night
    3. Comfortable shoes
    4. Stomach pills

    For hot season (Apr to Jun):

    1-    Light and airy clothing 
    2-    Comfortable shoes or sandals 
    3-    Sun protection — a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
    4-    Stomach pills

    For monsoon season (Jul to Sept):

    1. A sweater or jacket
    2. Comfortable shoes or sandals
    3. A sturdy umbrella
    4. Stomach pills
  • Our Hotels


  • Gateway of India

    For an introduction to India's rich culture, immerse yourself in the bazaar-like ambience at the Gateway of India. Incorporating the Islamic styles of 16th-century Gujarat, the gateway was a key monument in India's march to independence and remains an iconic emblem on the city's historical landscape.

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  • Kala Ghoda Art District

    For a feast for the eyes, check out the fantastic street art along the Kala Ghoda Art District, a key attraction on Mumbai's artistic scene. Embark on your urban exploration of the vibrant cultural hub and expect to be amazed by the visually eclectic masterpieces lining the streets. Along with your little culture vultures, see if you can spot all the eclectic artworks in the area.

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  • Pali Hill

    Pali Hill in Bandra West is where you can find authentic local Indian trinkets and jewellery. Browse roadside stalls selling gilded slippers, beaded bracelets and other unique souvenirs featuring the delicate work of local designers.

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  • Kamala Nehru Park

    Escape from city crowds and enjoy an afternoon picnic at Kamala Nehru Park with the locals. Amidst the lush greenery lies quirky entertainment in the form of an Old Woman's Shoe sculpture inspired by the children's nursery rhyme. Let your urban explorers unleash their imagination in this unique playground, where they can create their own exciting storybook adventures.

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  • Haji Ali Dargah

    The spiritually symbolic mosque and dargah (tomb) will get your positive aura pulsing. Located on an islet off the coast of Worli in Southern Mumbai, the Haji Ali Dargah is one of the most recognisable landmarks in the city, attracting both locals and tourists alike.

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  • Kanheri Caves

    For a few hours of peace and tranquility, get away from the bustle of the city and enjoy the quiet solitude in the Kanheri Caves, located in the lush forests of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. The rock-cut formations and cave paintings provide a glimpse into the former Buddhist settlement, dating back as far as the 1st century BC. Explore the historical caverns, which were used by ancient Buddhist communities as worship halls and centres for pursuits relating to education and meditation.

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  • Chor Bazaar

    Embark on a treasure hunting adventure at the Chor Bazaar, where fascinating Indian antiques abound. A delightful experience for cultural enthusiasts, the lively flea market holds an unmistakable old-world charm with its array of vintage gems. Immerse in the bustling bazaar atmosphere and enjoy browsing through old film cameras, typewriters, records and Bollywood movie posters.

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  • EsselWorld

    Pack your holiday with thrills at Mumbai's ultimate themepark, EsselWorld. From racing cars to heart-pumping roller coasters, there's a great adventure to be had for the whole family.

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  • Elephanta Caves

    A designated UNESCO World Heritage site, the intricate network of sculpted caves are steeped in historical significance. The remarkable statues and carvings offer a glimpse into India's religious traditions and ancient legends - a delight for culture vultures of all ages.

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  • Dhobi Ghat

    Even the everyday is extraordinary in Mumai. For an unusual eye-opening experience, visit Dhobi Ghat, Mumbai's open-air laundromat. Recognised as the world's largest outdoor laundry space, the 1026 open-air wash pens see hundreds of washers gathering each day to wash clothes by beating dirt off them.

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  • Kyani & Co

    For a taste of Mumbai's cosmpolitan culture, head to the timeless Kyani & Co. Preserving the rustic charm of an old Iranian-style coffee house, the café offers homemade delicacies such as Irani chai and their famous bun maska to tickle tastebuds and whet appetites.

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  • Dakshinayan

    What better way to fill those hungry tummies after a long day of exploring Mumbai than heading over to Dakshinayan for tasty South Indian food? Try popular favourites such as ragi masala dosa, paniyaram and rasam vada, and top it all off with a refreshing scoop of rose almond ice cream.

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  • The Spare Kitchen

    A contemporary eatery serving both Indian and international cuisines, The Spare Kitchen will please even the fussiest of eaters amongst kids. Choose from a variety of options ranging from classic French Ratatouille to the humble Indian vada pav.

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  • Mahesh Lunch Home Juhu

    Renowned for serving fresh and authentic Mangalorean seafood dishes, Mahesh Lunch Home in Juhu is widely favoured by both locals and holidaymakers. Be sure to order the tandoori pomfret, butter garlic fish, and various mouthwatering prawn dishes for a mouthwatering seafood feast.

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  • The Little Blue Door

    Step behind the quaint blue door and experience a new brunch concept at The Little Door, where your afternoon snacks come with a side of karaoke for true family entertainment. Sing your heart out together as you chomp away on a satisfying variety of burgers, desserts and Mediterranean snacks.

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  • Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport

    Stay at the modern Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport, which offers comfort and convenience, steps away from the airport terminals. Unwind with the family with a view of the Hiranandani Garden district's skyscraper skyline from the hotel's rooftop swimming pool. Or, immerse in the city’s history at the iconic Gateway of India or Elephanta Caves, both around 25 km from the hotel. After a day of exploring, get a taste of authentic Mumbai street food in the Saptami restaurant, where children under 12 can dine for free from the Kids Menu with the Kids Stay & Eat Free* programme. <br /> <br /> <br /> *T&Cs apply.

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