What to do in Mumbai in one day

09:00 – Trident, Nariman Point Hotel

09:30 – Gateway of India

10:30 – The Pantry

11:00 – Crawford Market

12:30 – B Bhagat Tarachand Restaurant

14:00 – Shree Siddhivinayak

16:00 – The Nutcracker cafe

17:00 – Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminal

18:30 – Marina Drive / Chowpatty Beach

19:30 – The Bombay Canteen Restaurant

21:00 – Live music at BlueFrog

22:30 – PDT Mumbai

23:59 – Club Royalty

 

We mapped out your day trip in Mumbai

Each highlight of your day trip is numbered, simply follow the guide

What you should absolutely know about Mumbai

City highlights, food & drinks, expressions, weather, how to get there and how to get around

Stroll to the Mumbai Harbour waterfront and visit the iconic Gateway of India stone arch. Take a bike tour around the city or eat your way through Mumbai on the Mumbai Food Trail. During your Mumbai day trips, travel to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terinus to view great architecture and relax at the Nariman Point and enjoy a soothing day, eating fresh corn on the cob. Enjoy the scenic drive across the Bandra-Worli Sea Link to see beautiful sights of the sea. Tour many of Mumbai’s temples or spend your nights enjoying cocktails on in exciting and classy nightclubs. Mumbai is the perfect city for dreamers and workers alike

The number one attraction in Mumbai is the Siddhivinayak Temple. Stop at the Taj Mahal for a must-have photo and explore the carved temple caves of Elephanta Island. Spend the night watching the beautiful sunset at Marine Drive

Feast on Akuri on toast and Batata Vata for breakfast to energize you for your day ahead. Enjoy scrumptious Baida Roti with spicy meat or the famous Bombay sandwich. Don’t leave Mumbai without trying Bombil fry, a delicious duck dish

To say “Hello” and “Goodbye”, you would say either “Namaskar” or “Namaste”. “Ach Ha” is Hindi for “Good”, “I see”, and “Ok” and “How are you?” in Hindi “Kya Haal Hai” and “Nice to meet you” is “Aap Se Mil Ke Khu-Shi Hui

Summers in Mumbai are hot and humid, with temperatures averaging 95 degrees and an average of 31 inches of rain in a single month. Fall weather brings a little less humidity and less rainy weather, and average temperatures in the 80s

Taxis are the most convenient way to get around, and usually cost around 500 to 700 Rupees. Ride in a modified motorcycle, called an Auto Rickshaw, into the city center for 400 Rupees. Hop on the bus into the city center for 200 Rupees

Even in a taxi, Mumbai can be a tough city to get around in. Taking the train is a convenient way to travel around the city and see parts of the city that you may not get to see otherwise. Mumbai is fairly walkable too

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