Attractions and events on trip from Melbourne to Mumbai

May 9, 2013

Mumbai is the most crowded place of India. Busy streets with fast paced people and sky rocketing buildings near the beaches define the life of Mumbai.

The very alluring city attracts tourists from across the globe. Being the place of Bollywood and film stars Mumbai boasts of a pot-pourri of culture, life style and climate. On your trip from Melbourne to Mumbai, you should plan many things in advance.

It demands a good research of the city and how to spend a good quality vacation. Well, there are many sites which give elaborate details about the places in India. Browsing them would help a great deal.

A tit bit of information to spend good time in Mumbai from our side:

The first thing is the time. The best time to Mumbai is in winters that is from December to February. It is quite dry and cooler at these times and so the heat would be sustainable for the Australian crowds.

Once the time and dates are decided check out airlines that offer cheap flights from Melbourne to Mumbai. There are many airlines which offer discounted air fares which should be leveraged to gain cost effective holiday.

Clothing is another aspect you must consider. If you visit in winter, the temperatures would still be bearable for the people belonging to Australia. So, without stuffing your bag with lot of warmers you can settle for less warmers and more casuals.

India is not yet accustomed to 4WD vehicles or caravans. You have to travel in taxies and public transports like bus, train and autorikshaw. Taxi would be the best option as you will get both AC and non AC taxies in Mumbai.

The 'must visit' places of Mumbai are Shree Siddhivinayak temple, Bombay museum, Chowpatty beach, Elephanta caves, Bandra Worli sea link, Gateway of India, Juhu beach, Aksa beach etc. You can hire a travel guide or agency which can help you find all these places.

So, just take care of these pointers and chart out a good time on your trip from Melbourne to Mumbai!

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