Mumbai is the wealthiest city in India, but I’ve been told that half of  its residents live in slums. In fact, a 15-minute subway ride will get  you from one of the largest slums in the world. 

Mumbai is the love of Maharashtra, looking out over the azure waters of the Arabian Sea, the city of stars. 

In the midst of its multicultural population, there is still a world  connected to a rich past that can unquestionably win anyone’s heart. 

Attractions in Mumbai range from holy sites to frequently crowded  beaches, colorful bazaars to happening nightlife, and sky scrapers to  high-end hotels. 

Mumbai’s architecture is rich in variety and substance with its mixture  of colonial-style buildings, Soviet-style offices, Dutch roofing, German  gable, Romanesque arches, and Tudor casements. 

The essence of India is best embodied in Mumbai. It’s sweltering, filthy, crazy, breathtaking, relentless, and motivating. 

Where To Stay 

I think the Taj Mahal Palace is the only place you should think about staying. One of the most famous hotels in the nation, it is also close to the Gateway of India. 


You might need an e-visa and other travel documents to visit Mumbai and India, depending on your nationality.  

Best Time To Visit 

The best time to visit Mumbai is from mid-October to February, when the weather is at its best. 

Places To Visit 

- The Gateway Of India  - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus  - Dhobi Ghat  :- The largest open-air laundry in the world is called Dhobi Ghat.