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    Blue Frog Jazz Club, http://www.bluefrog.co.in/
    Elephanta Caves: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elephanta_Caves
    Bollywood MUSIC! over 9 years ago

    Answered by Scott Frankum via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Be careful of the elephanta caves - they're a bit of a tourist trap and can be a little disappointing. Take a walking tour through Kala Ghoda down to the CST station from Colaba, stop off in Horniman Circle for a little relief from the traffic and find yourself a local vegetarian cafeteria to try dosa and uttapam. Enjoy the rains, wander the wet streets of Apollo Blunder and dawdle along Marine Drive. Lots of walking to do - much fun! Take in the sights and sounds; it's like nowhere else!

    I was there just last week, so can tell you it's quite steamy. Be prepared for the humidity and drink a tonne of water. Extra details, check out recent posts here (http://journals.worldnomads.com/princess2802). over 9 years ago

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    Go and check out Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, formerly called Victoria Terminus. It's an amazing structure opened in 1887. It's the busiest railway station in India, and it's interesting to just watch all those people milling around. Check out the signs too, they're interesting, especially the spelling. All around this place it's just full-on hussle and bussle. And if it's lunch time, just across the road from the front entrance is the best Aloo Vada in a roll that you'll get, this little shop is positioned on a street corner and the guy just sells them through an open window, help yourself to the chillies too! The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus featured quite heavily in Slumdog Millionaire, but it's hard to believe they could get the place to themselves for very long. It's a great place to spend a few hours just taking in the Mumbai atmosphere. over 9 years ago

    Answered by David Brookes via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    I lived far from the main city until a while ago. But I can say that Mumbai is not a city that you may normally enjoys walking around on foot. You can try some sightseeing tours. Remember to see the various caves and beaches. Also try some shopping malls around the Malad to Andheri and beyond areas. over 9 years ago

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    Do not miss the night life, tho it can set you back a few bucks it's worth the experience, provided you go to the right place. Few of the place you can go is aer lounge at four seasons, lower parel, blue frog, prive near the taj, trilogy at sea princess, hype at worli over 9 years ago

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    A must : go for the reality tours ! Alternatively Gallery hopping in Bandra over 9 years ago

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    Colaba causeway for cheap shopping and to visit some famous little cafes like Leopoldo and cafe mondegar. Marine drive is a beautiful place to take a walk in south Mumbai with some beautiful views. Dhobhi ghat is crowded but an interesting place to go to (its basically an open air laundry) and you can find great places to eat at and around carter road in bandra. over 9 years ago

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    u can go to Cuffe Parade Skyline, the Rajabai Clock Tower, Taj Mahal Hotel, Nariman Point and the Gateway of India. over 6 years ago

    Answered by fatima via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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