Travel To Mumbai With Travel Guide

Travel To Mumbai With Travel Guide
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The Travel Guide For Mumbai

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Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, is the largest city in India. It used to be referred to as Bombay. In the beginning, Mumbai was the conglomeration of 7 islands, which were on the Konkani coastline. Later these islands were joined to form the island city named Mumbai. This metropolitan city has the population of 17 million people. Mumbai is known as the economical capital of the country. It is also home to the Hollywood industry of India. The city attracts the people from all around for various reasons

South Mumbai

South Mumbai: 

Malabar Hill, Fort, Colaba, Nariman Point, Tardeo and Marine Lines.

South Mumbai has most of the real estate and is thus considered to be quite expensive. This is the main area visited by the tourist and has the well known Museum, art galleries, good Hotels, bars and the historic Gateway of India.

art galleries

South Central Mumbai: 

Parel, Byculla, Worli, Dadar and Prabhadevi.

This is the industrial hub of Mumbai, but gradually there was a decline of the industries of this area. The only Zoo of the city is situated here there are also some well-known temples over here.

Source: Hindustan Times

North Central Mumbai:

Matunga, Dharavi, Sion, ofVadala, and Mahim.

This area of the upper middle people developed immediately after India gained independence. The largest sluinAsia is also located in this vicinity of North Central Mumbai.

North Central Mumbai
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Western Suburbs:

Khar, Bandra, Santa Cruz, Vile Parle, Juhu, and Andheri.

The Western Suburb is inhabited by the people who want lavish and peaceful ambiance. There are also some beaches and well-known churches over here. The Christian community can be found here in large scale. The city’s airports are also positioned in this area.

Western Suburbs
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Central Suburbs:

vidya vihar, Kurla, Ghatkopar, Kanjur Marg, Vikhroli, Bhandup, Powai, and Mulund.

This place is thronged by the middle-class families. Ghatkopar and Mulund are home to the most of the upper-middle and middle-class people. Most of the Gujarati communities are residing over here.

Central Suburbs
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Harbour Suburbs:

Mankhurd, Chembur, Trombay and Govandi.

This area was initially used as the center of atomic Research. Later it was developed as the satellite town of Mumbai known as Navi Mumbai.

atomic Research.
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Northwest Mumbai:

Jogeshwari, Manori,

One can find here the cleanest beaches which allure the people in large number. The well known Sanjay Gandhi National Park is also situated over here. Mandapeshwar rock-cut which is of 1st century B.C is also located in this area of North-West Mumbai

 Sanjay Gandhi National Park