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HISTORY AND CULTURE

Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is the capital city of the state of Maharashtra. It is the most populous city in India and the ninth most populous agglomeration in the world, with an estimated city population of 18.4 million. In 2009, it was named an ‘alpha world city’ and the highest number of billionaires and millionaires among all cities in India.

 

The name ‘Mumbai’ - derived from Mumbā or Mahā-Ambā is the name of the patron goddess  Mumbadevi of the native Agri, Koli and Somvanshi Kshatriya communities—meaning "mother" in the local Marathi language, which is the official language of the state.The culture of this metro city is a boisterous blend of cuisines, languages, food, fine arts, cinema and festivals.

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RESORTS & LUXURY HOTELS IN MUMBAI

  • ITC Maratha
    Mumbai

    experiences from Rs. 10,999 onwards

    Sahar, Andheri (E)
    Mumbai - 400099, Maharashtra, India
    Tel : +(91) (22) 28303030
    Fax : +(91) (22) 28303131
    Email : reservations@itchotels.in

  • ITC Grand Central
    Mumbai

    experiences from Rs. 9,999 onwards

    287, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Road, Parel,
    Mumbai - 400 012, Maharashtra, India
    Tel : +(91) (22) 2410 1010
    Fax : +(91) (22) 2410 1111
    Email : reservations@itchotels.in

ATTRACTIONS & REVIEWS

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WEATHER

MUMBAI

    TRAVEL TIPS

    • Know your ways and always carry a map with you - The local trains along with the local bus service at Mumbai run by the BEST, there are also the ubiquitous yellow-and-black taxis, which are a convenient way to travel around the city. The three-wheeled auto-rickshaws are also metered but are only confined to the outer limits of the city, in and around the northern suburbs.

    • The food outlets in Mumbai serve tasty food at pretty cheap rates. However, it is always better to keep a check on hygiene if you have a sensitive stomach. Always keep your medicines ready just in case there is any emergency.

    • When travelling within the city, try not to carry cash with you, rather keep traveler's cheques. These cheques can easily be exchanged at the money exchangers.    

    • It is not safe to carry important documents or valuable items with you while you travel across the city. Leave them in a locker or keep them somewhere safe.

    • It is also advisable to go out in groups rather than travelling alone. It makes you feel safe and also keeps boredom at bay.

    • Mumbai’s currency is the Indian rupee (Rs), so make sure you carry Indian rupee with you else get it exchanged at any money exchange counter.

    • Mumbai’s area code is (0)22. For calls to Mumbai from within India dial 022 local phone number. For calls from outside India, dial your country's international access code 91 22 local phone number.

    • Mumbai is always warm, but is at its coolest from around October to early February when maximum day temperatures average 87.8°F (31°C), which is the best time to visit it. 

     

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