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How much money will be enough for one week tour to Mumbai for one person?

 How much money will be enough for one week tour to Mumbai for one person? All depends upon your budget -: If you book  reasonable economical hotel room will cost you around 2000–3000 per day plus your food charges extra. Might be 300 to 700 rupees per day meal. And also Few guest house may cost less then 1000 rupees for example s if you take dormitories it will cost you just 500 /- rupees only. And extra food chargers will be 120 rupees per plate. Total 240 rupees per day meal here I am not talking about  alcohol and other sports activities enjoyments spots. Because it's for less budget traveler costs. Now let's talk about high budget traveler -:  Mumbai known for bollywood and high living lifestyle expenses. So it's gonna be fun for those who have High budgets for visiting to Mumbai because Mumbai sweet hotels are very much designed cleaned and Haven feeling experiences and if you book a hotel near sea sides then it s gonna be memorable journey of your life. Clubs bars re

What is Mumbai famous for?

 What is Mumbai famous for -:

Mumbai is the financial, commercial, and the entertainment capital of India. Mumbai is the city that never sleeps. Night party e or Whether it’s catching the morning sunset or experience hard hustle for life growths, Mumbai offers experiences that are unique to the city. Mumbai is aslo know has mini newyork. 

Here I have listed some of the spots and things Mumbai is famous for - 

1) Bollywood Film city -

Mumbai is home to several major movie studios and Bollywood celebrities and television hub. Several operators package this into a fun day out for fans of the genre. You can head to different locations, often even watch a shoot in live if get an chance to enter shoot locations and head over to see the houses of stars such as  Salman Khan Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan.

2) Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST)-: 

You can take stunning pictures from the viewing balcony opposite CST

This train station was formerly known a Victoria Terminus and sees thousands of people every day. If you love history and architecture, you must take a Mumbai train to CST. Its a  UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts of gothic architecture with gargoyles, stained glass

Fort, Mumbai

Timings: Open 24 hours

To enjoy the architecture

3) Juhu Beach -: 

If you wanna taste a Mumbai’s street food, then you have to visit Juhu beach that boasts of a number of eateries that offer everything from vada pav and sev puri to coconut water and falooda. During the monsoon, you must try the bhutta (corn on the cob) that’s served with butter, sea salt and a hit of masala. It's a famous spot in Mumbai in tourism 

4) Gateway of India -: 

 Mumbai’s most iconic monument, an historical place in India  the Gateway of India’s construction started in 1911 and was finished 13 years later. Done up in a stunning Indo-Saracenic style of architecture, this huge stone monument stands tall with four bartizans and detailed latticework. You can click some pictures and feel the beauty of Mumbai You can also catch the boat to Alibaug from gateway of India 

5) Nightlife -: 

Mumbai is one of the city’s most popular and high end nightclubs that sees guest  DJs come from across the world to play here. With a wooden bar, glittering staircase, gigantic dance floor, they have just launched new properties right there called Trilogy SuperClub and Trilogy BeachClub to cater to all your partying needs.

Hotel Sea Princess, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu

(Closed on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday)

Timings: 10 pm to 3 am 

6) Taj Mahal Hotel -: 

 The Taj Mahal Palace is one of the most iconic hotels in India

Taj mahal hotel is opposite the Gateway, you will find the Taj Mahal Hotel, famous Mumbai structure. Built by Sir J N Tata, it is over 100 years old and boasts gorgeous red domes and curved towers. A trip to Mumbai will be incomplete without a glimpse of this elegant hotel.

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