Kings International Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
Photos of Kings International Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Kings International Hotel Mumbai (Bombay)
Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)
... of how dangerous it is. 2) My eyes didnt know what to do with themselves. There is rubbish everywhere; miles and miles of filth, several metrer high. The slums appear to be built on and made out of rubbish. Someone had fashioned a pillow out of three banana skins and a crisp packet, non of the people that live in the slums (75% of Mumbai) seemed to have any shoes and their clothes were black with dirt. There was a mother and her baby asleep ...
... The engine then erupted with sound and smoke filled the cabin. The lads didn't put the cover back on the engine. We had the sleeper pod so we could avoid the exhaust, by closing our screen door, but the rest of the bus couldn't. We saw people squirm with discomfort but no one seemed to care all that much. By this stage both of us are in fits of laughter.
The bus man is really behind time and Oisin can't sleep for fear of a crash as we are thrown around the sleeper pod, At ...
... get where they are going. I can't explain the method to the madness other than you just simply "go".
So far, all of our travel has gone without much incident other than the trip to Taj Mahal. We hired a driver to take us in his car. The streets were especially packed there, surprisingly not with tourists but local traffic. Taj Mahal is in a small town so there are many more 3 wheeled vehicles, cows, bulls, bicycles, and tractors. As this combination all pressed forward ...
This morning Peter left to go back home and Derek trekked to Pune (3 hours drive away) to watch the ODI cricket game between India & Australia. For me it was great to have a down day, although Huong & I did catch a local cab to a large shopping centre for a couple of hours to do some ...
... Krishna temple with very pretty stone filligree covering all of the wall and a beautiful garden for contemplation. Then a photo stop at the Hanging Gardens and right across the street was another park which overlooked the entire city called Malbar Hill. We then went to the Prince of Wales Museum but I stayed outside and watched a street vendor give a young man some sort of therapeutic massage on one shoulder. He ...