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Flights to Mumbai touch down in the home of Bollywood. Get lost in vibrant markets, colorful festivals, and cricket.

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Children traveling alone or in a different cabin class from their parents are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Flights to Mumbai

Some call it the City of Dreams, others know it as Maximum City. Whatever you call it, once your flight to Mumbai lands, you’ll know exactly why you came: this is India’s economic dynamo, the home of Bollywood, a wealthy cosmopolitan metropolis where fortunes can be made and lives transformed.

It’s also a city packed with people striving for a better life. It’s also a city packed with people striving for a better life. The city is crowded and chaotic, full of energy and hope, and always expanding. It’s come a long way since its early days as a group of seven islands inhabited by fisherfolk. Since then, it’s been ruled by Hindu and Muslim dynasties. The Portuguese and the British have also left their mark.

Today, many visitors are drawn by Mumbai’s colonial architecture, while others come for its eclectic food scene, which features both vibrant cheap eats from street vendors and high-end cuisines.

Colaba, a lively backpackers’ haven, is home to the Gateway of India and the iconic Taj Mahal Palace hotel. But further afield there’s fashionable Bandra, the Queen of Suburbs, with its trendy lounges and restaurants, and Juhu to the north, the Beverly Hills of Bollywood, where celebrities live in luxury beachfront apartments.

Rich or poor, the allure of Mumbai’s seafront is always strong. From Marine Drive to Chowpatty Beach and beyond, couples and families flock to admire the views of the bay at night. As they might tell you: there aren’t many better ways to end a day in Mumbai.

What to do in Mumbai

Breeze through the bazaars

For atmosphere, chaos, excitement, and a great bargain or two, you can’t beat Mumbai’s bazaars. The 150-year-old Chor Bazaar, or Thieves’ Market, is a sprawling flea market offering everything from sacks of rice to antiques, while Crawford Market is housed in a grand colonial building and is great for buying fruit and spices.

Crawford Market
Dhobi Talao
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Area
400001

Be a Bollywood star

Since Mumbai is the home of Bollywood, which churns out more than 700 movies each year, it’s the ideal place to catch a film—or better still, star in one. Visitors from abroad are always in great demand as extras, and sometimes all it takes to be approached is hanging around Colaba looking cool.

Colaba Causeway
Apollo Bandar
Colaba
400005

Catch some cricket at Wankhede Stadium

Cricket is not just a sport in Mumbai; it’s an obsession. If people aren’t talking about it or thinking about it, they’re playing it. In the streets or on the Azad Maidan opposite Victoria Terminus, you’ll see aspiring cricketers in action. Alternatively, watch an IPL (Indian Premier League) match at the iconic Wankhede Stadium.

Wankhede Stadium
D Road
Churchgate
400020
+91 22 2279 5500

Where to eat in Mumbai

Indigo (Indo-European)

Indigo occupies a restored colonial bungalow within easy walking distance from the Gateway of India. It’s the brainchild of Chef Rahul Akerkar, who learned his trade in New York before returning to India to set up Colaba. Look for the stunning rooftop dining area.

4 Mandlik Road
Colaba
400001
+91 22 6636 8999

Dome (International)

Gazing out across the ocean from the rooftop of the InterContinental Hotel, it’s easy to forget the buzz of the city behind you. At Dome, you can enjoy a small selection of light bites, such as sushi and spring rolls, all of which are almost as satisfying as the incredible view.

InterContinental Marine Drive
135 Marine Drive
Churchgate
400020
+92 22 3987 9999

O:h Cha (Thai)

This kooky but cool Thai restaurant has caused quite a stir in Mumbai with its energetic presentation of classic recipes and spicy street food. Its dining room is cavernous, but from its paddy field–inspired astroturf walls to its bamboo-cage lanterns, there are enough warm touches to make you want to linger.

Mathurda Mills Compound
Senapati Bapat Marg
Lower Parel
400013
+91 22 6633 4455

Places to stay in Mumbai

Svenska Design Hotels

A contrast from the chaotic city outside, this Scandinavian-inspired concept is an exercise in pure minimalism. But don’t worry; despite its lack of clutter, it’s packed with technological essentials such as high-speed Wi-Fi, iPads, Wii consoles, and Sony PS3s. There’s also a pool, a health center, and a 24-hour butler and concierge service.

SAB TV Road, Off Link Road
Andheri West
Gundavali Gaothan
Andheri East
400053
+91 22 4431 0000

Le Sutra

India’s first art hotel, Le Sutra brought together a group of artists and designers to create a truly vibrant space across three eclectic floors, each one themed according to Hindu principles and mythology. The rooms are relaxing, and the day spa will rejuvenate even the weariest traveler.

14 Union Park
Khar (W)
Pali Hill
400052
+91 22 6642 0025

Executive Enclave

Sometimes you need a clean, unfussy hotel with seamless service and a comfortable bed, and this place covers all the bases. But it’s the convenient location in lively, fashionable Bandra that really makes this an excellent choice. Survey the neighborhood from the excellent rooftop lounge and terrace, and then go explore.

No 331
Dr Ambedkar Road
Pali Hill
Bandra (W)
400050
+91 22 6696 9000

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