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  • Rachna M
    3 contributions
    Marine Drive is the best sea view drive in Mumbai. It is an awesome experience to walk or jog on Marine Drive and to just sit by the sea and enjoy the skyline while listening to the music of the waves! Totally recommend anyone visiting Mumbai, to make time for a drive, bicycle ride or walk/jog on Marine Drive!
    Written 27 November 2021
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  • Param111
    4 contributions
    Travelling on the sea link is an amazing experience...you dont see the crowd of the city..only water..must experience
    Written 1 May 2022
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  • vikas S
    2 contributions
    Its a good place to but in mornings, evenings are too crowded.
    Good place to just sit and relax and spend some time with the ocean.
    Written 24 April 2022
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  • AparnaSharma
    Mumbai, India216 contributions
    Despite having lived in Mumbai all my life, I had never ever visited Kanheri Caves. It took a few European friends of mine who were on their very first visit to India who got a strong recommendation for Kanheri Caves from a German tourist to have me explore the idea.
    Nestled in Borivali East is a world that seems unexplored, untouched. Blanketed in green, enveloped on all sides by Mother Nature, these caves are perhaps the most untouched part of this crazy chaotic city of Mumbai.
    You'll find it difficult to believe that we five were the ONLY tourists in this entire Kanheri zone.
    These Buddhist caves are archaeological heritage monuments dating back to the period between 1st&10th century AD. A total of 110 caves including some that are inaccessible have the most aweinspiring carvings, frescoes & ancient paintings & engravings that one can ever imagine.
    The access to these caves is from brilliantly maintained stairways that are as ancient as the caves themselves. The acoustics of some of the caves are phenomenal with perfect echoing that lends a mystic aura to the site.
    One of the security guards offered to share his knowledge about the caves, precious information on their history, especially the different mudras of the Buddhist statues & the various components of the sculptures.
    Make it a point to visit the topmost point which is a table-top part of the hillock.
    Impossible to believe that such a serene verdant slice of land is a part of the cacophonic city of Mumbai.
    Written 30 December 2021
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  • ShrutNM
    2 contributions
    Visited many times, & feel proud about structure, architecture & surrounding feel peaceful environment,
    we suggest please make accessible to everyone though lift or automatic Steps. Recomend Must visit..
    Written 1 April 2022
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  • Saumil
    Ahmedabad, India17 contributions
    Hey, Recently i visited Siidhivinayak temple in my car from Ahmedabad, I was also worried for the same reason for Parking - being Mumbai so congested. I tried googling for parking spaces and even tried calling temple but of no use. Then my wife came across this app called “Park+” which allows you to pre-book parking spots.
    And lo and behold they had Siddhivinak temple parking listed. I booked it from that app and also got a discount on my next Fastag recharge on the same app. It was a very convenient parking experience for me.

    I am not an Apple user so i don't have a link to their iOS app.

    Hope this helps.
    Ganpati Bappa Moriya!
    Written 11 April 2022
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  • Rachna M
    3 contributions
    Nariman Point offers the best views of the Mumbai skyline in South Mumbai. The NCPA located at Nariman point offers the most amazing performing arts experiences in the city and it's always a pleasure to enjoy a coffee at the Oberois with a view of the sea and skyline!
    Written 27 November 2021
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  • Debapratim Chattopadhyay
    Silvassa, India62 contributions
    An unique world heritage site, magnificent and beautiful. The caves are well maintained, toilet and resting areas are there, many eateries including MTDC hotel are there. The 1st cave is majestic, the rock cut statues and reliefs are beautiful. Also the 1.5 hour boat ride to the island is relaxing and enjoyable. Two things only which we observed could be improved, 1st - there was no numbering or way board for the caves, we have missed the Buddhist caves (cave 6 & 7) for that. Another is there were numerous shops lined the climbway upto the hill top, and those completely blocked the view if the hill and sea.
    A must visit while in Mumbai.
    Written 2 December 2021
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  • igolfCA
    Williamsburg, VA1,688 contributions
    We had a guide to take us through Dharavi and explain how the people lived and survived. It was quite eye-opening and showed us a side of life that is unrelated to any we have known. This slum has over a million residents, which that number alone is hard to comprehend.

    We saw the places where the people lived, some of the work they do, and how they live their daily life. Incredible and unimaginable. The recycling businesses going on there are quite industrious, as well as other businesses such as pottery making and leather goods.

    The rooms where some of the people live are located on alleys that are full of holes and are narrow and dark. We saw inside some of the rooms, very small considering the average family size.

    This, to me, represents a large part of what the real India is like. Everyone should take this tour. Only then can you appreciate fully what you have in your life.
    Written 3 April 2020
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  • TanD
    2 contributions
    Overall experience: 5/5
    If you are in Mumbai and has the opportunity to watch a cricket match at Wankhede stadium, please do. It is sure to be an incredible memory!

    Things to know about the Wankhede stadium:
    Accessibility: 5/5
    One of the most significant aspects of Wankhede stadium is its accessibility. You can reach the stadium via public transportation modes like local trains and cabs. Gate no.4, the entry for the Sachin Tendulkar Stand, is located just outside the Marine Lines local train station, making it the most convenient.

    Stands: 5/5
    Almost one-third of the seats are in the Sachin Tendulkar stand. This is one of the most exciting places to be if you want to experience the energy and enthusiasm of the cricket fans fully. As I have been here, I can vouch for the quality of the experience here.
    Also, most parts of this stand has a roof on top. This makes the heat tolerable during the summers in Mumbai for daytime matches.
    Avoid the Divecha stand and some front rows of the Vengsarkar stand if you are going for a daytime match as you would be in direct sunlight, and it can be an uncomfortable experience for you.

    Seats: 3/5
    The seats are just fine in comfort and are well-maintained and tidy.
    The only con is that it might get uncomfortable for you and the people sitting next to you if you are a chubby person as the seats are close together.
    The spacing between two rows is quite a lot, which means that even if a six-foot person in the next row stands up, your view will not be blocked.

    Visibility: 5/5
    No matter where you book your tickets, you can clearly see the players, the bat, and the ball.
    This is worth mentioning because I thought the experience might not be great if you purchase a low-cost ticket and sit in L3 or at the end seats. The videos and photographs online do not do justice to the actual experience.

    Pricing: 4/5
    The ticket pricing varies based on the demand, placement of the seats, and other facilities.
    It is up to you how much you want to spend. On weekdays, you will come across tickets starting at Rs.800 for IPL matches. Weekends will always be slightly more expensive than weekdays and would start around Rs.1200.

    Food and drinks: 4/5
    Any outside food and drinks are an absolute no-no at the stadium.
    You get free water in the stadium in small paper cups. You can carry them onto the seating area. But the chances of you spilling that and making a mess are pretty high.
    The food and drinks sold at the match area are reasonably priced. You get around 200ml cool drink for Rs.50, cold coffee for Rs.100, popcorn for Rs.100, etc. While they cannot be called "affordable", they are way cheaper than what you find in cinemas and other entertainment facilities in Mumbai. They are also decent quality.

    Washroom Cleanliness: 2/5
    The washrooms were neat and clean before the commencement of the match. But it gets dirty over a period as hundreds of people use it. There is no one to clean and it and can be a terrible situation for you if you are in the stadium for a long-form cricket match.
    Written 10 May 2022
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  • tyagirakg
    Pune, India318 contributions
    This place is opposite to Gateway of India and historical and make sense to take picture in front of this.
    Written 24 October 2021
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  • amaru2018
    Mumbai, India31 contributions
    It is a beautiful structure to see, especially at night when there are many lights and colours on the building. Had an amazing vada pav opposite it.
    Written 22 January 2022
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  • NauticalDreamer3010
    Buddina, Australia674 contributions
    Our tour pause for a few minutes above this impressive operation. It is as vast as it is fascinating. The level of cooperation between competing businesses is impressive.
    Written 15 March 2020
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,175 contributions
    A well-maintained sea facing promenade at Worli alongside a very busy road. As the Sea link of Worli side connects adjacent to Sea face, it offers an excellent and close view of Wolri Bandra Link in addition to Arabian Sea. One can see the Worli Sea Face while travelling through Sea link. The promenade is a popular place for morning and evening joggers and walkers. The place also offers some roadside food, like paani puri, chaat etc. While travelling through A nice place to spend quality time with family and friends.
    Written 24 July 2021
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,175 contributions
    Colaba Causeway is a commercial street, and a major causeway or land link between Colaba and the Old Woman's Island in the city of Mumbai. It lies close to the Fort area, and also close by many Mumbai's famous landmarks like, the Gateway of India and Taj Mahal Palace & Tower. The place is famous for various shopping options including cheap, street clothes to fashionable shops, this lane offers everything. One can stroll through the footpaths and window shop for clothes, shoes, purses, jewelry etc. It also has several restaurants. The place is generally crowded in most of the time and a good place for some interesting photo ops.
    Written 19 July 2021
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