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Our markets of Bombay tour is specially crafted to not just give to a glimpse of the large scale markets bustling with captivating energy but also focuses on the small hidden symbols, cultural trends and behavior as well as the varied opportunities to do business as is capitalized by the local people and most importantly we will experience the presence of the one factor that binds them all together – Religion!

Mumbai is justifiably called the Financial Capital where everyone comes with the will to make money. Our ‘Markets of Bombay’ tour are specially crafted for you to not just give you a glimpse of the large scale markets present in Mumbai which bustle with captivating energy, but also focus on the small hidden symbols, cultural trends & behaviour which this colourful city has on offer. This city offers varied opportunities to the people to do their businesses. This tour will help you understand the city, its essence and the factors which bind the city together (the primary being - Religion)!

  • Victoria Terminus Train Station – Visit Inside
  • Crawford Market – Multi speciality [fruits, spice, party stuff, chocolates, dried fruits and more]
  • The Mangaldas [Cloth] Market
  • Zaveri Bazaar – Gold and Silver District
  • Mumbadevi Temple – Visit plus private traditional blessing with a Hindu Priest in Sanskrit.
  • Return to Hotel

  • Inclusions
  • Bottles of Water
  • Offerings at the Hindu – Mumbadevi Temple
  • Blessings by a local Priest at a private Hindu Prayer Ceremony
  • Refreshing Fresh Fruit Juices at Baadshah Restaurant
  • Feed a cow activity
  • Cultural Souvenir
  • Local Transportation

  • Exclusions
  • Personal Shopping
  • Personalized pick up and drop to hotels beyond Central Bombay into the suburbs.
  • Meals
  • Donation to the priest

  • Meeting Point:
    Hotel Lobby / Victoria Terminus Station under the Lion Statue

  • All clients are requested to dress modestly in semi formals and closed shoes / sandals. – Pants should cover the knees and tops to cover shoulders and chest. 
  • Carry socks as we will have to remove our shoes at the temple. Women need to cover their heads when entering the mosque. Common scarves are available for free at the venue.
  • Not Handicapped Friendly.
  • There are no Toilets in this area. The nearest is a taxi ride away.

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