The 5 Best Places to Visit in Mumbai in One DayJuly 18, 2018
There are so many visitors, who visit Mumbai but cannot not even get a glimpse of the city, due to shortage of time. People come here for official work, business meeting, transit purpose, meeting a friend or relative, examination etc, but fall short of time and ideas and miss the opportunity of having lived here for a day. People often think that they have one day in mumbai and what to do. Below, we provide you the perfect way to spend a day in mumbai exploring some famous places in south mumbai. Though it is impossible to get the feel of the city in a day, but a day is still enough to get a taste of the city. Read on to make the best of your day in city with our 1 Day Mumbai Tour Itinerary for you.
You would be required to have some cash to cover these places in time and also to have a good travel experience. The best mode of travel would be a taxi or a private car. Also, we assume that you are staying at a place near to South Bombay aka SoBo or atleast near to Mumbai Airport .
Items to Carry
We suggest that you plan to carry some important things so as to provide yourself with a smooth and hassle free journey. A bottle of mineral water, atleast 3k-4k cash in Indian Currency, a pre-booked cab, some biscuits, a bandage (or a first aid kit), sunglasses(optional as the sun comes out quite well), some empty carry bags(for any shopping) and a good camera(to capture some priceless moments and views).
People in the city are generally warm and helpful. Moderate Interaction with the locals should be fine. Pay on meter while travelling in taxis(if not pre-hired) and do proper bargaining in case of any purchase from roadside shops. Foreign Female travelers are advised to dress appropriately, probably an Indian Attire( a Salwar or a Saree). Foreign Travelers might experience some stares, which is very normal in the city and is not a threat or point of concern. Although the city never sleeps and is relatively safe at any time, travelers should not stay out beyond 10pm in the night. Do not wear any costly ornaments.
Mode of Communication
The people here use hindi as the first langauge. However, most of the people also understand English quite well.
Map of Places to Visit in Mumbai in One Day
The Itinerary For Places to Visit in Mumbai in 1 Day
Get up at 8am, freshen up and complete your break fast by 9:30 am to leave by 10am for mumbai sightseeing(mumbai darshan) .
10:00 : Leave for Gateway of India
10:30 – 11:30 : Gateway of India : Reach ‘ Gateway of India by 10:30 and spend an hour there near the arabian sea. 11:30 : Leave for Dhobi Ghat
12:00 – 13:00 : Dhobi Ghat : Reach Dhobi Ghat and interact with the Dhobi’s to understand more about their profession and the business.
13:00 – 14:00 : Lunch
14:00 : Leave for Crawford Market
15:00 – 16:00 : Crawford Market : Explore the biggest fruit market in Mumbai.
16:00 – 16:30 : Tea and Snacks
16:30 : Leave for Hanging Garden
17:00 – 18:00 : Hanging Garden : Reach Hanging garden and spend some time relaxing around beautiful trees, plants and flowers.
18:00 : Leave for Marine Drive
18:30 – 19:30 : Marine Drive : Reach Marine drive and let the waves and fresh air flow through your senses.
19:30 : Leave for Hotel
20:00 : Back to Hotel
Statistics of One Day Tour in Mumbai
1.Estimated Cost of the Itinerary(All Costs in INR): 2.5k – 6k PreHired Taxi: 2k – 3k Mineral Water and Biscuits: 100 – 200 Tea and Snacks: 100-500 Shopping(optional) : 2k Tips(optional): 200 2.Total Duration of the Itinerary: 10hrs 3.Total Distance covered: 35 kms Hotel to Gateway: 2km Gateway to Dhobi Ghat: 10km Dhobi Ghat to Crawford Market: 5km Crawford Market to Hanging Garden: 10km Hanging Garden to Marine Drive: 5km Marine Drive to Hotel: 3km
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