The most populous city of India is described as “organized chaos” by some. Once known as Bombay (Good Bay in Portugese), the former British colony is set on seven islands in the west of India and its port outstretching to the Arabian Sea makes it the country’s biggest commercial center. In Mumbai, you’ll find countless colonial buildings, a large tropical forest, some of Asia’s biggest slums, unique bazaars, a world-famous kitchen and Bollywood, the most procreative film industry of the world. The locals' tolerance towards other cultures makes Mumbai a melting pot and thus, it is more liberal compared to other Indian cities. Do not leave Mumbai before having a rickshaw tour at Bandra, the most elegant of the city's suburbs, a sailing tour along the Mumbai Harbour at the sunset and a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Elephanta Caves, that are famous for their sculptures. 

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