Saturday, September 07, 2013

Mumbai Mélange - 7

Must-visits in Mumbai

 

As we close this week of Festival of Words and my series on Mumbai, let me take you through the places that you must visit if you are there.

These places range from my love for food to the solitude of sitting by the sea to some shopping to some sight-seeing.

These are my personal favorites in Mumbai and I am sure if you have been there, you agree with me.

With this, its a wrap on my Mumbai chronicles and I hope I did justice to the place. And I do hope you enjoyed this virtual tour as much as I enjoyed writing about it.



The iconic Gateway of India with Taj Palace in the backdrop. Clicked from a ferry ride.

Heavily guarded Siddhivinayak Temple. You must go if you believe.

Marine Drive during evening

Night setting in and lights glowing in full glory at Marine Drive

From Kala Khatta to pani puri. From ragda pattice to dosa. At Juhu Chowpaty.

Kids making sand castles, families having a little picnic of sorts. All this at Juhu Chowpaty.

I never miss visiting this CCD at Carter Road. Right opposite the sea. Cool location.

Pretty decent food joints at this stretch of Carter Road.

And I say it again. Candies at Bandra is a must!

Take a walk, eat a bhutta at Bandstand.

Shop for cool earrings, junkie accessories at Colaba Causeway.

I am taking part in The Write Tribe Festival of Words 1st - 7th September 2013. - See more at: http://whilethecoffeebrews.blogspot.in/search?updated-max=2013-09-03T02:02:00%2B05:30&max-results=2&start=2&by-date=false#sthash.CT0bGo8Q.dpuf

I am taking part in The Write Tribe Festival of Words 1st - 7th September 2013.

10 comments:

  1. Yeah, thos are the ones...and there are still a lot more.

    Thanks for this peek in the journey that you took in Mumbai. Nice theme for the festival and you did a great job! Lotsa hugs!

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  2. The one thing you have done with this series is made me regret never having been a Mumbaikar :)

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  3. this is like mumbai in a flash. I mean all the pictures made such a pretty sight for eyes, its a seller for mumbai trips, consult tourism people now :P :P

    Richa

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  4. Gosh! U making me missing Mumbai coz I was a regular except Carter Road. Truly Mumbai! The city with a vibrant soul:)
    Vishal
    www.vishalbheeroo.wordpress.com

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  5. Sounds like a wonderful city, and it looks like a lot of fun. Maybe someday I will visit.
    Penny

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  6. I have been to all these places so many times but I miss them again after reading your post. Thank you for bringing them back to my mind, Naina.

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  7. Wow! This is nostalgic. Good to see this side of Mumbai after ages!

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  8. That temple looks like it is being held together by scaffolding!
    Nice pictures and a nice conclusion to your theme!

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  9. Your whole series made me value the city so much more, Naina. Carter Road is literally 15 mins walk away and I hardly go! You've pushed me to start my morning walks on Carter Road again. Thank you for this and more. ♥

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  10. Nice post, Naina! The photos speak more than words. You might like to check out this article that has a detailed description of 15 top places to visit in Mumbai - http://www.theweekendleader.com/Travel/1743/maximum-city.html

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