Mumbai or Bombay is located at the west of India that once was one of the 7 islands before the land isolation from the decreasing water level made it a 22 kilometre peninsula in present day. Mumbai’s seaside has long been exposed to traders, resulting in the city’s influence from colonial powers. Even after 1947 when India gained independence from Britain, the city remains an important international port.
Mumbai spreads its charm through buildings, food, and gothic-style architecture. The city is also well known as a center of the “Bollywood” film industry that produces more than 1,000 movies per year. Traveling in Mumbai can be the most enchanting part of your Indian trip, and certainly something one has to experience for themselves.
Culture Curry serves Southern Indian food; try Coorg, or peanut curry, a dhra Pradesh.
Koh is the most famous Thai restaurant in Mumbai. All dishes are freshly cooked by Thai chefs.
Suzette is a French restaurant, offers both indoor and outdoor zones. The most popular dish on the menu is crepe.