First Timer's Guide To Mumbai

First Timer's Guide To Mumbai

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You're in Mumbai for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    The Town Hall that now houses the Asiatic Society of Bombay was built in 1830. The library has priceless coins, artifacts and ancient manuscripts collection. -- Siddhartha Banerjee via Foursquare
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    Madh Island has always been a good beach destination. If you are of fond of picturesque surrounding with sandy golden beach, sun and the sea, then Madh Island is the best place for you. -- Mina Naaz via Foursquare
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    This is one of the few museums in India that takes initiatives to bring international speakers who are well known in their respective fields to discuss and educate the public on art. -- Master M|A|R|Z|I™ ♂ ੴ via Foursquare
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    A highlight of the beach is the lip-smacking varieties of street food - bhelpuri, panipuri , alu tikki, pao bhaji, dahi papdi, kulfi, kala khatta—all of Mumbai’s famed street food is on offer. -- Wotabout City Discovery App via Foursquare
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    Mumbai has remarkable architecture and you can really discover the Bombay of old on one of these, created by two architects. Walk around the Kala Ghoda area, Dockyard Road, and Colaba Causeway. -- ITC Hotels via Foursquare
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    Nice hang out for someone who likes seashore n privacy n again chill out place -- Ashish Shah via Foursquare
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    Vendors hawk irresistible snacks to strolling families along this strip of sand. Look for pao bhaji, a mouth-tingling vegetable-and-potato stir-fry. More places to eat like a local: tandl.me/12ufz7c -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    Located at the Hutatma Chowk, this monument is an exquisite architectural edifice of the colonial era. Nearby attractions include some great place for shopping, restaurants and historic buildings. -- Siddhartha Banerjee via Foursquare
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    Constructed in 1904, it is built in the Indo–Saracenic style of architecture. It has a remarkable collection comprising approximately 50,000 artifacts originating from different eras of Indian history -- Vivek Venkatram via Foursquare
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    Come here with a friend, a group, with a loved one or all alone. This place really gets on to you. Probably one of the best scenic places in Mumbai -- Vishank Bharda via Foursquare
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    Relatively clean beach but very stinky if you come too early in the morning. After around 6 am the stink starts to dissipate n you can enjoy an awesome run and/or workout on the beach. -- Rashmi via Foursquare
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    This Kala Ghoda gallery has remained a fixture since 1952. Its three airy rooms display works by Indian artists such as Jatin Das and Manish Sutaar, and the Samovar Café is a local favorite for lunch. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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