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Mumbai Journey Information

Mumbai Travel Guide



Our Mumbai Journey Information! Simply our most lovely episode up to now…
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Mumbai was by no means on the listing for season 2 however a chance to go to this metropolis in India got here up and we jumped on the probability. Mumbai is a very extraordinary metropolis. Great individuals, unimaginable meals, wonderful tales. Mumbai is a metropolis that we’ll be going again to as quickly as we are able to. Be sure you watch this episode in a giant display screen, in full HD glory!

The place we stayed: Trident Nariman Level http://www.reserving.com/resort/in/trident-nariman-point.en-gb.html?assist=338557

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46 thoughts on “Mumbai Journey Information

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  2. J Pathak says:

    My wife and I traveled to Mumbai back in January of 2016 and truly enjoyed our stay. Wife was fascinated by the smell, sound and the friendliness of people in the big city. She wanted our visas extended, but we there on business and time was limited.

  3. Rohan Jawale says:

    I've never been to my birth city Mumbai in 7 years. I'm planning to go this summer but I'm not sure because of the whole coronavirus thing. I hope it goes away soon because I miss Mumbai SO MUCH! When I see Mumbai travel video, I sometimes cry!
    Posting from Pennsylvania, U.S

  4. sisir360 || TheLoneGun101 says:

    “A cup of coffee will cost you about 100 rupees”
    Bro, Starbucks isn’t the standard for coffee in India, it’s considered a luxury. The coffee regular people drink everyday costs somewhere between 10 and 50 rupees depending on where you have it (street-side, hotel, etc.)

  5. Miss Kendi says:

    This is very informative. Thank you so much
    I was really worried about the whole train situation but thanks to you now I know which class of train tickets to get

  6. sanju b says:

    I am from India…India is a shitty filthy place … especially north India and north Indians…..they are still living in 19OOs….. idiotic govt…

  7. Mahesh Shirke says:

    @alex… Excellent video…. A lot of research has gone into making this video. I was surprised on hearing points you mentioned about peak hour timings, not stand near doors during rush hours, not take autos that crowd around you. These are tips which we locals follow. Cheers mate.

  8. Vinodkrishna Vinodkrishna says:

    Mumbai is the most dirtiest place in the world. Even though IAM an Indian… Narrow big hole roads.. Dirtiest auto rickshaw drivers.. Only name hindu. No. 1 cheaters… Frauds auto drivers… Roads full dirty…. Never I will go mumbai… Mumbai 99 percentage people cheaters…. This is my travel experience… Iam an Indian..

  9. Billy Y says:

    Hated Mumbai, avoid this city. There's nothing worth seeing and you'll only end up losimg faith in humanity. The people are the worse, everybody from their grandma down wants to rip you off or scam you. It's the first time I've cut my travels short to leave the country. Only good thing about India is the food and low prices

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