Monday, September 9, 2013

Unique Ideas for Exploring Mumbai on Foot!

Walking expedition in Mumbai is an excellent way for immersing into its essence. These tours throw light on hidden gems of the city and old world charm that is often concealed by modern charisma. A good number of holidaymakers who reserve tickets aboard India flights plan walking tours for unravelling the mystical attractions of Mumbai. Take a look at some of the well-known ones!

Dharavi slum
Situated between Mumbai’s railways lines of Western and Central Railways, Dharavi is one of the largest slums in Asia that make for a striking jaunt for overseas explorers who spend on tickets aboard flights. An expedition to this overwhelming slum area elicits upsurge of emotions. It is extremely thrilling to tramp along the unceasing stretch of narrow lanes and sewers. Then there are dioramas of mazy paths packed with huts; poverty stricken dwellers; colour television and cooking gas even in the tiniest of houses that evoke awe and thrill at the same time. More than just a slum area, it is an enlightening place where you realise the true value of garbage and wideness of small scale industries that offer living to dwellers. All in all, the rewarding experience leaves one gloating over their decision of spending on tickets on flights and taking up vacations in India. 

Heritage Tour
Those looking to seek in rich history of Mumbai can opt for heritage tour in the city. They can make way to plenty of historical remnants oozing old world charm. One of the best bets is Crescent-shaped Kala Ghoda Art District, a Mecca brimming with fascinating museums, captivating art galleries, shopping boutiques, trendy restaurants and much more. Khotachiwadi, the heritage village in Girgaon is a second superb stamping ground with erstwhile Portuguese style architecture. Stimulating lanes of old Colaba and Dockyard Road are some more precincts that enjoy immense popularity among international travellers grabbing tickets on flights to travel to Mumbai.

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