Mumbai, the city of dreams is always known both for a flamboyant film industry as well as the best tourist place for an outing. The city always attracts tourists from all over the country and world. Mumbai is extremely well linked with the rest of the country by a strong network of flights, trains and buses. There are innumerable numbers of tourist spots as well as options for activities to plan and head on for a trip likewise. If you have not seen adventurous side of Mumbai, then book bike rentals in Mumbai from Ziphop.in and get started for a 48 hours exciting tour.
How to reach
Mumbai airport, popularly known as Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, is the second busiest airport in India connecting major destinations of India as well as abroad. Mumbai Central Bus Station, Mumbai Central Railway station and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus are located in the centre of Mumbai and are main terminus in the city which are well connected to destinations like Bhandara, Nagpur, Nasik, Sholapur, Pune, Shirdi and Jalna etc. Inter-state road network is also very well developed here for prime cities in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka. Those travelling from Pune to Mumbai (150 km) can drive through Mumbai-Pune Expressway and reach in about 3 hours. The drive from Goa to Mumbai takes around 12 to 13 hours via NH 17 and NH 66.
What to see and do
There are plenty of visiting places in Mumbai that offer a myriad of experiences to all kinds of travellers, so head on towards your road trip on your rented bike in Mumbai from Ziphop.in.
Start your first day of the trip with breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea at Marine Drive or the Queen’s necklace then explore the iconic Gateway of India, Haji Ali Dargah, Siddhivinayak Temple and the gigantic Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, then spend the evening at the Juhu Beach and Choupatty.
Culture enthusiasts can opt for venues like the Jahangir Art Gallery, Prithvi Theatre ,Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, The CST Heritage Gallery, Nehru Centre and Mani Bhavan or else you can head to the legendary Elephanta Island and caves then end your evening on quieter Aksa Beach and Madh Island.
Where to eat
There are great numbers of restaurants in Mumbai to satiate your gastronomic palate. Few are like that don’t experiment just with food, but have more than that to serve the guests inside their beautiful ambience. Jam Jar Diner, The White Owl, Mamagoto, The Yoga House, The Bagel Shop are few good theme restaurants where you can enjoy delicious Indian as well as International cuisines in vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Also, for late night cravings you have the “Bademiya” and food stalls in Marine Drive.
Where to stay
Mumbai city has beds to suit every budget. From the Taj Palace located next to Gateway of India to Grand Hyatt in the suburbs, numerous affordable options are available across the city. Apart from them Hotel Suba International, Hotel Hill View, Traveller’s Inn, Hotel Kumkum, The Oriental Residency, Trident, Palladium Hotel are some of the best options for staying in Mumbai.