Popular cafes and gardens of mumbai for a perfect outing
Check Mumbai popular cafes, parks and gardens for a perfect outing in Mumbai. Brief Mumbai travel guide on cafes , parks and gardens in mumbai
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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A Cafe and Garden Tour of MumbaiThere is almost no end to the number of wonderful places to visit in Mumbai. Apart from themore famous spots such as Chowpatty, Marine Drive, Kala Ghoda Art Precinct, andGateway of India, Mumbai is home to a plethora of serene gardens and parks. Being a redhot tourist destination, the city is full of different types of eating places such as restaurants,dhabas, and cafes, where a world of diversified culinary delights are churned out to appealto diversified budgets and tastes. In fact, like in most other destinations, food andsightseeing remain two of the biggest pillars of the Mumbai tourism industry. Check out thecity’s main gardens and parks and cafes.A Green Mumbai TourThe uninitiated visitor who has a stereotypical image of the city as a concrete jungle will bestunned by the beauty of the numerous enchanting parks and gardens in Mumbai. Someof the most well known and popular ones include Hanging Gardens, Kamala Nehru Park,and Horniman Circle Gardens. The Hanging Gardens are terraced gardens sprawling atopMalabar Hills and offers indescribably exhilarating sunset views as well as the Arabian Seaand Marine Drive. The tranquil Kamala Nehru Park is located opposite the HangingGardens and is especially popular amongst families with kids. The Horniman CircleGardens or the erstwhile Bombay Greens in South Mumbai date back to the 18th Century.The different parks and gardens in Mumbai are flocked by visitors and locals alike.Cafe Hopping in MumbaiWhen one thinks about the popular cafes in Mumbai, some of the inescapable names thatimmediately crop up include Leopold Cafe, Leaping Windows, and Theobroma. Thepopularity of Leopold continues unabated even after a period of almost 150 years and withits addictively snacks, coffee, and beer, the place also keeps winning over new patrons.Probably the best of rum brownies in the city is to be found at Theobroma. The LeapingWindows is a bookworm’s paradise, where you get to quietly curl up over coffee with acomic or graphic novel from the cafe’s huge library. Overall, cafe hopping may not be a tophighlight of Mumbai tourism, but is definitely worth the experience for someone who has notwitnessed the city’s cafe culture.Places Near MumbaiMumbai is located fairly close to lots of highly popular tourist destinations such as Lonavala,Khandala, Pune, and Alibaug.
Trip to Three Important Destinations from MumbaiHere is some information on travelling to Chennai, Hyderabad, and Jaipur from Mumbai.Mumbai to ChennaiThe distance between these two places is almost 1350 km and flights take nearly one hourand forty minutes to complete the journey.Mumbai to HyderabadHyderabad is nearly 700 km away from Mumbai. Train fares start at about Rs 300 andflights take hardly one to one and half hours for completing the journey.Mumbai to JaipurThe distance is almost 1200 km and flights will take you there in around one and a halfhours. Train fares start at Rs 350 approximately.Mumbai WeatherMumbai has a coastal climate marked by a high degree of humidity. The winter months oflate November, December, and January are ideal for visiting. Try to skip the summers. Themonsoons are also not advisable as Mumbai rainfall is infamous for causing floods.