Mumbai, the “Gateway to India” is the capital of Maharashtra and the financial capital of India. Mumbai Travel Guide speaks of its “Unity in diversity” as it embraces people from all cultures, religions and economic backgrounds. It is also known as “City of Dreams” because of the Hindi Film Industry located in the city. Mumbaikars are known to represent the attitude and strength to come out of any kind of natural calamity or political unrest. The name Mumbai has been derived from the name of a Hindu Goddess Mumbadevi. It is the most populous metropolitan city in India and is the sixth most populated metropolitan city in the world.
The city is a major hub of industrial and commercial activities that contribute to around 70 % of India’s capital trade and investments. Mumbai tourism has procured a place on global map due to the hindi film industry which is popularly known as ''Bollywood''. Bollywood is one of the largest film industries on this world that makes more than 300 movies a year. The Hindi film industry has many things in it like theater, arts, crafts, documentary films, entertainment films, literary and artistic activities too. Mumbai Travel Guide gives you all the information about the exotic sites that can be visited in the city.
From heritage sites like Elephanta Caves, Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus and Gateway of India to the modern towering buildings and the bustling Nariman Point, Mumbai Travel Guide speaks from the pre-medieval era to the glamours and speculating world of India. The city houses many renonwed properties and the Taj Hotel is one of the prominent ones that is located opposite to the Gateway of India. Other places to visit in Mumbai are the Worli Fort, Juhu Beach, Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Haji Ali and Chor Bazar.