The Shalimar Hotel

Address: August Kranti Marg, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400036, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the South Mumbai area of Mumbai (Bombay), is near The Mall, Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, Gorai Beach, and Kamala Nehru Park.
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Travel Blogs from Mumbai (Bombay)

Second day in India

A travel blog entry by canningt on May 06, 2014

5 photos

... the world. The kids are off for the summer holidays from April till mid June when the monsoon season comes so we saw lots of kids around today. Mumbai consists of 7 islands which are connected by several causeways. We saw a forest area today in the middle of the city which is what I would describe as a sacred burial ground but only priests etc. are allowed in. This is wheee people are put there after they die and the birds eat the ...

Peking hospitality

A travel blog entry by martycindy on Jan 28, 2014

1 comment, 45 photos

... sup>rd days consisted of us heading down to the Gateway of India, which is a giant archway built in 1911, that looks out over the harbour. Food stall vendors selling snacks, along with touts offering to take your picture for a fee, mix in with all the others in this popular hangout spot. From there we walked along the main roads, checking out the other impressive colonial pieces such as the Taj Palace and the Prince of Wales Museum. We also stopped at the ...

Fort St. Angelo in Kannur

A travel blog entry by dijoh2o on Jan 08, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... over by the VOC in 1663 with the help of the moslim Ali Radja of the Arakkal dynasty. The Ali Radjas were already trading from Kannur in the fifteenth century and teamed up with the Dutch to get rid of the Portuguese hindrance for their trade. Until 1771 the Arrakal dynasty worked together peacefully with the Dutch sharing the trade of cardemon and ginger. The Dutch sold the fort in that year to Ali Radja for 100,000 rupees. In ...

Trek to Camel top at different time.

A travel blog entry by alok_kumar on Nov 30, 2013

19 photos

... It was a regular activity to watch the mountain, but I never realized a hidden warmth in it until I came to Mumbai. On few occasions I went there with my friends and took a bath in the waterfall for almost 4-5 hrs, but never ever dared to go alone. Finally, I did it and went to the small hillock located just beside NH4 near the guest house on one ...

Slums and Cocktails

A travel blog entry by jessandnick on Apr 10, 2013

6 photos

... this place in any way, even for the poorest immigrants. These lowest of the low may not have anything much, but I do believe hope brought them here and keeps them here- and of course as their lungs give way to the toxic environment around them, it also may well kill them in the end.

It is Ninyesh who gives us the distinction between the the well off of the city and maybe the rest of the population here. Mumbai is Mumbai to him, and will never be Bombay.