Navi Mumbai Tourism
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Navi Mumbai Tourism

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340 Ratings & 178 Reviews

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Sunny Singh
  • Sunny Singh
  • Lives in Chennai
  • 1 Review

"A residential place" new review

  • 7/7
  • Posted 2 weeks ago
It's a very good place to live. It is a residential area. There are availability of local trains with affordable fares and metro too. There are many good places such as Vashi and Panvel. In Mumbai, Chowpati's paani puri is famous.
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Lalith P
  • Lalith P
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 19 Reviews

"A calm and quiet place" new review

  • 5/7
  • Posted 3 weeks ago
Navi Mumbai was a calm and quiet place and not far away from the bustling Mumbai. It's a planned city. A drive through the Palm Beach Road is an experience one would cherish forever. The weather is sultry. You could travel in the local train to view the landscape from Mankhurd to Panvel, crossing the backwaters. Vashi has a number of malls. Do not forget to go to Central Park in the morning. I would visit the place again some time and would recommend others too.
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Abhinav Kumar
  • Abhinav Kumar
  • 10 Reviews

"Best Designed and Managed City" new review

  • 7/7
  • Posted 3 weeks ago
This city can be easily be compared with NCR . One of the cleanest, well designed and well managed cities in India. Kudos to Cidco for the same. Roads are broad and give a different feeling all together while driving. There are also no slums when compared to Mumbai. This city has lot of potential in future. Excellent stay.
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Mohd Toufeeq
  • Mohd Toufeeq
  • Lives in Hyderabad
  • 3 Reviews

"Great place to hangout" new review

  • 5.5/7
  • Posted 4 weeks ago
Loved the place. The scenic beauty is superb. You can roam around all day long and not get tired. It was very romantic to be there. There were many food stall to eat. Please carry a warm clothes in December as it gets very cold. Please do not miss this place.
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Sowmya Shanmugam
  • Sowmya Shanmugam
  • Beachbum
  • Lives in Bangalore
  • 9 Reviews

"New York of India"

  • 3.5/7
  • Posted Mar 21, 2014
Mumbai, the financial capital of India is always buzzing with activity. You can never feel lonely in Mumbai. Whether you are a financial consultant looking to party in the weekends or a theatre enthusiast or a Bollywood buzz, Mumbai has something to offer for everyone.
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G ramdas
  • G ramdas
  • 3 Reviews

"Navi Mumbai is crowded"

  • 6/7
  • Posted Oct 31, 2013
The overall experience with Navi Mumbai was great taking into consideration the shorter time taken to reach Mumbai and other near by destinations also depending on the work schedule it is easy to travel to Navi Mumbai. Like Mumbai Navi Mumbai is crowded with all the modern amenities what a metro would like to have.
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Mahi Gulati
  • Mahi Gulati
  • Lives in Bangalore
  • 1 photo
  • 1 Review

"Mumbai foodies"

  • 7/7
  • Posted Sep 13, 2013
Mumbai food
Amchi mumbai..... rat key dhai baje din niklata hai. The songs says that all with the true feeling, if you will go to mumbai u will feel the same. My last visit to mumbai was in month of march. When I took my local i realised that its 12:30 am too late if ill compare this to my daily routine but when you have jus two day and have to cover all the happening destination specially the fast food of mumbai you cant help it !!
so let me start with the. Who make our lunch time worth it by their magical food. The dabbas trend is originated firstly in Mumbai only, they provides lunch dinner with quality of food. So thanks to all the dabbawalas for making our palate happier with there mouthwatering food.
My favourate is vada pav wherever I roam in mumbai I always make sure of having 3-4 vada pav at a day not much just 3-4 .... recently mumbai celebrated Happy World Vada Pav Day: Amchi Mumbai's Best Gift to Foodies !!!
The vada pav King Jumbo king Discovered this day by seeing the love of people towards this Indian Burger. Vada pav is in mumbai culture because it is in trend from the anicent time of mumbai.
In mumbai street food is very famous. The specially include poha, sev puri, gola... ohhh every thing is so tempting!! If u ever get a time got to Chaupati do try noodles, Pav Bhaji and kala khatta, it is famous for the fast food ..
Dont go anywhere we have more information about Mumbai: Don of Street Food These are the must eat items of mumbai .... never ever miss them if u will travel to the cinema city else you will regret your trip ....
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Sayandeep Patro
  • Sayandeep Patro
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 2 Reviews

"The New MUMBAI"

  • Posted Jan 31, 2013
State of the art, less expensive as compared to Mumbai, Close to Mumbai (the city of dreams) without really being into it.
A city that offers access to all good things in Mumbai discounting pollution, population & expense.

Food, sight-seeing and shopping: Heritage monuments like the gateway in Colaba, Marine drive - the queens neckless, feel @ Natures lap in National Park, Shopping @ Bandra, Variety of food options from taj mahal hotel, leopold cafe to bade miya the city offers a lot all through the day & night.

Activities & things to do: Eat, relax, shop & get a chance to come across celebs ;)

Travel tips, How to reach, travel warnings etc: Train is the life line of the city. Take a 1st class tourist pass for 1, 3 or 5 days and njoi. I generally travel to the closest I can to my destination in the train then take a taxi / auto. AC bus options also available.
If time is your concern then u can bet on the trains.
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Nitin Agrawal
  • Nitin Agrawal
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 2 Reviews

"khar"

  • Posted Dec 13, 2012
This is very good place for sight seeing & shoping also like Iskon Temple, Little world shoping mall, Central park

Food, sight-seeing and shopping: This is very good place for sight seeing & shoping also like Iskon Temple, Little world shoping mall, Central park
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Jivraj Kondhalkar
  • Jivraj Kondhalkar
  • Lives in Mumbai
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  • 1 Review

"Water fall"

  • Posted Aug 2, 2011
Pandav Kada is very near to Kharghar station of Navi Mumbai.....right way to go there is bike and cars.....but i really enjoyed the place......................

Food, sight-seeing and shopping: hey guys....there is not chance to consume alchohol and go in waterfall because at entrance there is strict checking by the cops....no food plaza near by but u can go to near Kharghar station.....

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Navi Mumbai Info

  • State: Maharashtra
  • Famous for/as: City
Navi-Mumbai (New-Mumbai), formerly known as New-Bombay, is a planned city situated on the west coast of Maharashtra, in the district of Thane. Navi-Mumbai, built in 1972, is the twin city of Mumbai and is the world’s largest planned city.

Navi-Mumbai, located on the mainland on the eastern part of Thane Creek, is separated from Mumbai by the Arabian Sea. It is mostly a hilly region with many protected wet lands. Navi-Mumbai was constructed with the main purpose of unclogging Mumbai. Today it is an emerging industrial and educational hub of India.

Navi-Mumbai has a rich historical past which is intertwined with that of Mumbai.  In 1534, Navi-Mumbai came under the rule of the Portuguese who gifted this territory to Charles II. Later, the British East India Company bought this region on lease.

In the 1970s, the region of Navi-Mumbai was selected for the location of the planned city. The planned city of Navi-Mumbai was developed by CIDCO in a series of nodes or small townships. The city of Navi-Mumbai, which spreads over Thane and Raigad districts of Maharashtra, stretches from Airoli in the north to Uran in the south, with a total area of 344 sq km. Vashi and Airoli Bridges connect Navi-Mumbai to Mumbai.

The fourteen nodes of Navi-Mumbai are Airoli, Ghansoli, Kopar Khairane, Vashi, Sanpada, Nerul, CBD Belapur, Kharghar, Kalamboli, Jui Kamothe, New Panvel, Ulwe, Pushpak and Dronagiri. Vashi and Nerul are the most developed nodes, known respectively as ‘the king’ and ‘the queen’ of Navi-Mumbai.

Today, Navi-Mumbai is home to the Millennium Business Park, International IT Hardware Park, Airoli Knowledge Park and ITC Park. Navi-Mumbai is also a major BPO city in India. It  also has a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in its heart, which is expected to bring major economical and developmental changes in the city.

Situated amidst the Sahyadri mountain ranges, South Konkan coastline and the Thane creek, Navi-Mumbai is a place of natural splendour as well.  The close vicinity of Navi-Mumbai to Mumbai makes it a favourite destination of nature lovers and trekkers.

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