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PLACES TO VISIT IN MUMBAI  
Flora Fountain

FLORA FOUNTAIN:
Erected in 1869 in honour of the governor, Sir Bartle Frere, Flora Fountain is now at the center of the business district of Mumbai, surrounded by business offices and major banks. It has also been renamed Hutatma Chowk.


MALABAR HILL:
This posh residential area is home to many Hindi film stars like Shammi Kapoor, Simi Garewal and Prem Nath living in the locality.At the end of Malabar Hill is the Raj Bhavan - the Governor's residence. Close by is the Walkeshwar temple, the oldest temple in Mumbai dedicated to the goddess of wealth. It is said that the idols of the goddess were found in the sea.

Haji Baba's Tomb
HAJI ALI:
Haji Ali is an intriguing mosque situated in the middle of the ocean, joining the mainland with the help of a causeway. The causeway is often covered with water, yet thousands of pilgrims of all religions make their way there to offer prayers. It is named after the Sufi saint who drowned there.


JUHU:
Juhu
Situated 18 kms north of the city, Juhu beach is one of the most popular destinations for middle-class families looking for a cheap outing in the evenings. The water is rather unclean and the camel and horse rides are unexciting, but the lack of open spaces in Mumbai make it a crowded beach. The buildings and bungalows adjoining the beach are, like MalabarHill, populated by the rich  and famous. Amitabh Bachchan's new bungalow is a short walk away from the ocean front.

COLABA CAUSEWAY:
In the recent flurry of patriotic renaming, Colaba has been renamed Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg. But for most Mumbaikars, Colaba is still the more recognizable name. These streets behind the Taj Mahal Hotel extend to the end of the Colaba promontory. The Sasoon Docks make a pretty picture in the early hours of morning, when the fishing boats come in and unload their catch.




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GETTING AROUND MUMBAI  


Air
- The domestic airport at Santacruz (26 km from downtown) connects Mumbai with almost all the major cities in the country. The Sahar International Airport (30 km from downtown) has all the major international flights landing here and connecting India's  commercial capital with the rest of the world.

Rail - Mumbai is the headquarters of the Central and Western Railways. Regular train service connects Victoria Terminus and Mumbai Central stations to different parts of the country.

Road - Mumbai is an important junction on the National Highway Network of the country. National Highways Nos. 3,4,6,8,9 and 17 pass through the city providing links to all parts of the country

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