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Walking Tour South Mumbai
Hi Everyone, I am an experienced and knowledgeable tour guide in Mumbai. I have spent years learning about the city's rich history, culture, and landmarks. I have a genuine passion for sharing my love of Mumbai with visitors from around the world. As a tour guide, I offer personalized and customized tours that cater to the unique interests and preferences of my clients. Whether you want to explore Mumbai's famous landmarks, indulge in delicious local food, or experience the city's vibrant nightlife, I have the expertise to make it happen. I am fluent in English and Hindi, which enables me to communicate effectively with visitors from different parts of the world. I am a friendly and cheerful person who loves to interact with people and make lasting connections. Moreover, I am committed to providing an enjoyable and safe experience for my clients. I follow all safety protocols and guidelines, ensuring that my clients can relax and enjoy their tour without any worries. Overall, my goal as a tour guide in Mumbai is to create unforgettable memories for my clients. I strive to provide the highest quality tours that exceed their expectations and leave them with a deeper understanding and appreciation of Mumbai. Ali🙏
Welcome to South Mumbai Walking Tour!
The tour will start at Jahangir Art Gallery Kala Ghoda From there,
we'll walk towards the majestic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, which has been serving guests since 1903. We'll also visit the nearby Colaba Causeway street market, which is known for its vibrant vibe and traditional handicrafts.
Next, we'll head towards the historic Fort area, where we'll visit beautiful colonial-era buildings such as the Crawford Market, the Bombay Stock Exchange, and the impressive Victoria Terminus Railway Station which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We'll then move to the charming Kala Ghoda neighborhood, which is famous for its art galleries, historic cafes, and beautiful architecture. Here we will visit the historic Asiatic Society Library, the Jehangir Art Gallery, and the lively Horniman Circle.
Finally, we'll end our tour at the Marine Drive, also known as the Queen's Necklace. This beautiful promenade offers spectacular views of the Arabian Sea and the city's skyline.
Throughout the tour, I will share interesting stories and facts about the history, culture, and people of Mumbai. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions or take photographs during the tour.
Thank you for choosing to explore South Mumbai with me!
What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:161B, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda...161B, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India
In Jahangir art gallery, nickname is Ali, you ask anyone in Jahagir art gallery staff, they know me very well, thank you 🙏
1Outside visitKala Ghoda
Kala Ghoda is a vibrant neighborhood in Mumbai, India, celebrated for its rich cultural heritage, art galleries, heritage buildings, and a lively arts and culture scene. It's a hub for art, cuisine, shopping, and creative expression, making it a must-visit destination in the city.
2Outside visitBombay Stock Exchange
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is India's oldest and most prominent stock exchange, located in Mumbai. It facilitates the trading of equities, commodities, and debt instruments, and its flagship index, the Sensex, is a key indicator of India's stock market performance. Established in 1875, the BSE is a historic institution that has played a pivotal role in India's financial growth and development.
3Outside visitFlora Fountain
Flora Fountain, also known as Hutatma Chowk, is a historic Neo-Gothic monument in Mumbai, India. It features intricate architecture, a central statue of the goddess Flora, and stands as a symbol of Mumbai's colonial heritage and cultural significance.
4Outside visitHorniman Circle
Horniman Circle is a beautifully landscaped park surrounded by majestic colonial-era buildings. It is a tranquil oasis in the heart of Mumbai's bustling financial district. The circle features lush green lawns, a charming central fountain, and a pleasant atmosphere, making it a popular spot for both locals and tourists to relax and unwind. The surrounding buildings house various government offices
5Outside visitBombay Samachar
The Bombay Samachar is one of the oldest newspapers in India, published in Gujarati. Established in 1822, it has a rich history and is known for its contributions to journalism in India.
6Entrance not includedSt. Thomas’ Cathedral
St. Thomas Cathedral is an architectural gem and one of Mumbai's oldest English churches. Built in the early 18th century, it showcases a blend of Neo-Gothic and Indo-Saracenic architectural styles. Key highlights include its stunning stained glass windows, wooden carvings, and a serene ambiance. The church holds historical significance and serves as a symbol of Mumbai's colonial herita
7Free admissionBombay High Court
The Bombay High Court, located in Mumbai, Maharashtra, is a historic judicial institution established in 1862. It serves as the highest court in the state and hears a wide range of civil, criminal, and constitutional matters. The high court's stunning architecture, featuring Gothic and Indo-Saracenic styles, adds to its significance. It plays a crucial role in the legal system of Maharashtra and Goa
8Outside visitMumbai University
The University of Mumbai, commonly known as Mumbai University, is a prestigious institution established in 1857 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It offers a diverse range of academic programs and is known for its historical significance, academic excellence, and cultural vibrancy.
9Entrance not includedCST Railway Station
CST is a magnificent architectural masterpiece known for its Neo-Gothic and Indo-Saracenic design. It serves as a major transportation hub, connecting Mumbai to various parts of India. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is not only a busy railway terminal but also a symbol of Mumbai's heritage and a must-visit landmark for its stunning architecture.
10Outside visitGateway Of India
The Gateway of India is an iconic archway on the Mumbai waterfront. Built to commemorate a royal visit, it's a blend of architectural styles and holds historical and cultural significance. A top tourist attraction, it offers stunning views of the Arabian Sea and is a symbol of Mumbai's heritage.
11Outside visitColaba Market
Colaba Market in Mumbai is a bustling street market known for its diverse shopping options, street food, and cultural vibrancy. It's a popular spot for buying clothing, jewelry, and souvenirs, making it a must-visit destination for shoppers and tourists alike.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).