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Colaba is a place where you will find lots of taxi drivers hiring you for tours, don't go and waste your money on them, we found magical mumbai tours over there and happily did a tour with them, loved it you can also use them...More
It’s the tourist central of the city with a liberal dose of rich history, iconic eating and drinking joints and artistic connections that have found prominent mentions in Gregory David Roberts’ Shantaram. Stroll down Colaba Causeway for kitschy street shopping bargains. Take a break at the many
laid-back legendary bars & restaurants like Cafe Mondegar or Leopold Café. The vibrant vibe of Colaba is incomplete without the buzz at Mumbai’s most iconic tourist hub, Gateway of India & The Taj Mahal Hotel on the parallel lane. Sprinkled with designer boutiques, quaint cafes with rooftop sea view, the promenade is a popular route to go to Elephanta Caves & Alibaug.
Response from mosaferNY | Reviewed this property |
You should ask your hotel, I didn’t shop much, I found I can get a better deal in USA. Everything was poor quality and tailoring, they want to charge a lot for junk. Good luck. We purchased items to find out later it was all... More
You should ask your hotel, I didn’t shop much, I found I can get a better deal in USA. Everything was poor quality and tailoring, they want to charge a lot for junk. Good luck. We purchased items to find out later it was all fake. Be careful of what you buy.
I am going to Mumbai next week, and I am so much looking forward to it! I am staying at the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, and is wondering whether there are a lot of things to do and see within walking distance. Perhaps I should mention I am a single woman, travelling alone. What should I not miss?
January 12, 2010|
First of all, please get yourself a copy of the Eicher Mumbai City Map. The Colaba area is well mapped on it. You will probbaly be given a link to a list of sights here, but I would additionally say - do not miss a bit of shopping at the roadside stalls of Colaba Causeway, it is part of the Mumbai experience, do see the Colaba market, visit Sassoon Docks between 6am and 7am if you think you have the stomach for it. The stink is something most people cannot stand, but you rarely get this...More
accommodation in Mumbai for October (12 Replies)
Have been looking for somewhere convenient to stay (have looked at Colaba and Fort areas) Accommodation does seem to be quite expensive. Does anyone have any ideas? We do not want to stay in a backpacker hostel - we're looking for somewhere clean and not tatty (with ensuite) which is not too expensive. Would like a pool but hotels with pools do seem very expensive. Thanks
May 11, 2010|
Yes, Mumbai is expensive. What is your budget per night? The usual hotels we recommend in South Mumbai for those who do not wish to spend too much are Residency Fort, Chateau Windsor, Suba Palace, Sea Green, Sea Green South etc. These are between $70 to $100 per night approximately.
Best Shirodhara treatment in Mumbai (Worli or Colaba area) (0 Replies)
Hi, I'm looking for a really good Shirodhara experience in Bombay, something preferably in the "affordable luxury" category. Does anyone have any suggestions from their own experience? Thanks
August 19, 2015|
Al Kifaf ? (10 Replies)
I have been told that shopping at Al Kifaf is like shopping in Colaba, Mumbai. Great variety at great prices.Any comments appreciated. Thanks.