There is a lot to see in Mumbai; from temples to churches and mosques, from museums to markets, shopping malls, zoos and galleries. The typical tourist sights are concentrated in South Mumbai. Take a look at this website for an overview of things to do in Mumbai.
The local time zone is GMT +5.5
Weather & climate
Mumbai has three main seasons - Summer, Monsoon and Winter. November-February, winter time, is the best time to visit. Please click here for the most up-to-date local weather.
The dining experience at an upscale restaurant in Mumbai is more or less the same as anywhere else in the world. If you search hard enough, you will find cuisine from practically every part of the world represented in the city. But to get a real flavour of what's unique to Mumbai, you will have to go a little lower down the scale and experience its street food and Irani cafes. Take a look at this website for an overview of all kinds of restaurants.
The currency in India is the Rupee, although you will find that major credit cards are accepted at most larger hotels and restaurants in major cities. Bank notes stay in circulation for a long time in India. Tipping is not customary in India except in the most up-market restaurants, and even then, it's a few rupees rather than a percentage of the bill. Use this currency converter to find out how much the rupee is worth in your currency.
Bombay Exhibition Centre
Mumbai airport is a major international gateway to India with flights to and from most countries in the world. Air India and many other international air carriers operate regular flights to and via Mumbai. Please click here for more information about Mumbai airport.