Guide to Mumbai’s Tourist Attractions
“Oh shit! That was the last local train I could catch before 10, I checked in M indicator. Now I will be late for the office. And on top it, this rainy season is more capricious than my boss.” – Every Mumbaikar (a person who lives in Mumbai). The financial hub, the birthplace of Bollywood, the riveting beaches and the city of opportunities is the most beloved city in India. Amidst the chaos, Mumbai attracts a lot of tourists every year. In this Local Guide, I’m going to talk about a few places you have to visit. For traveling, Local Train is the most pocket-friendly and fast transport you can wish for in Mumbai. You need to download these two apps before you board a Local Train: a) M Indicator: It shows you the time of a local train for every station, the platform number from which you need to board the train and the more details like whether it’s a fast or a slow train. A fast train stops at only the main stations and a slow train will take a halt at every small station. b) UTS Mobile Ticketing: Don’t wait in long queues to book your tickets. Download the UTS App, book your ticket through this app and print it at the nearest e-ticket booth on the station. A one day journey if you want to travel the western railway will cost you Rs.20. If you’re taking a metro within the stations, a one-way journey starts from Rs.20. Get Down at Church Gate Station to see these beautiful places.