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“Nice stroll on a weekend”
Review of Colaba

Colaba
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Owner description: This popular tourist district includes museums, the Gateway of India, a slew of shops and vendors on the Colaba Causeway and the Sassoon Dock, where fishing boats unload their pungent catches at dawn.
Reviewed November 25, 2013

The stretch of Mumbai from Colaba to Fort is a relic of British India. Old stone buildings marked by the Taj Hotel, Prince of Wales Museum Rajabhai clocktower etc. A bit crowde on weekdays but Saturday & Sunday is nice to stroll around , eat in small cafes, walk on the seafront - strakly different from rest of Mumbai.

3  Thank KanwarTavy
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

It's good to have a walk, to see the best building arround. Most of them with a colonial design since past. The shaddy area, warm, not hectic all are make this area really comfort. This place is near with India gate in Mumbayi. Seems strategic area to go everywhere. But as a comparation, maybe we re not yet meet the right one. If we book some low budget hotel, Mumbai is expensive than New Delhi. But many stuff as a souvenir, this Mumbai are the right one to search for the cheapest one.

3  Thank nuningloft
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

Great place to just wonder round or sit by the water and watch the activity on the sea. Not to be missed

2  Thank travelgirlandherdog
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

Colaba is oldest area of mumbai.The main attrectioon is stone buildings and some of them are gothic arts. The colaba is heritage of British time and rules.A horse driven horse cart has became rear beauty and oldest attraction of mumbai visitor. One of the attraction is Gateway Of India a piece of beautiful architect. Another place one cannot forget to see "Taj Mahal hotel", a beauty of its own and excellent piece of architect. Colba is also famous of church and Afghan chuch one must see.Radio club near Taj Mahal Hotel is very old famous club of colaba.A once upon a time British soldiers were residing in this area.A know place is Khusro baug a big housing bulding of Parsi benevolent community.

3  Thank Kaushik M
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Reviewed November 25, 2013 via mobile

This is an area that is harks back to the mumbai of old and is a favourite with tourists. Most of the monuments and places of touristic interest can be accessed easily in and around this area. The shops and street hawkers have an interesting ensemble of goods on offer to the curio-hunter, some of it genuine and most if it not! Bargaining is the name of the game here and its fun just to lounge around eat at the many quaint eateries lining the colaba causeway.

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