Five Senses Tour with Guide, Sightseeing, Bollywood Dance, Lunch & Spice Market

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Five different experiences that gives an immersive perspective on this city. Mumbai is as much about the historic sights, as it is about people and their culture. The Five Senses tour pays homage to Mumbai by creating fun and engaging day long activities that go beyond the history of the city and also tingle all your senses.  Begin the tour with engaging your eyes to glorious colonial sights of Mumbai, taste the authentic local cuisine at a popular restaurant, smell the aromas of spices, dance like noone's watching when you hear the latest Bollywood tunes and get touched by Mumbai's spirit by travelling like a local.

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Stop At: Gateway of India

The emblem of Mumbai tourism, this victory arch was built to welcome the British Queen to the city, and it’s only befitting to have it as our first stop.

Duration: 5 minutes

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Landmark Hotel that has hosted the likes of Barack Obama, the Beatles and a host of other celebrities in its century old lifetime.

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One of the oldest clubs in Mumbai, Royal Mumbai Yacht Club was built by John Adams and Charles Stevens and hence quite appropriately is located between Charles and Adams Street.

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Earlier the Mendham's Point- graveyard and also the Alfred Sailors club - The Headquarters has some dexterous work out in by John Lockwood Kipling

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Government run contemporary art gallery in Mumbai

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Prince of Wales Museum is the city museum and was christened as Chatrapti Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangralay in 1995. It served as a hospital for the injured soldiers in World War I

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Kala Ghoda Art Precinct

This is the art area of Mumbai. Here, amidst stories of Sassoon and Jewish history, you will hear stories about the Watson Hotel – the first iron cast building in the city that hosted Mark Twain.

Duration: 25 minutes

Pass By: Bombay High Court

The Bombay High court was built in the form of a German castle. It was in this court that the jury system was abolished

Pass By: Rajabai Clock Tower

The Big Ben of Mumbai, this structure was built by generous donation from Premchand Roychand, a Mumbai based businessman. It still chimes old British tunes once every 15 minutes.

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The glorious open air laundry where at one time all of Mumbai's clothes were washed.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Churchgate Railway Station

Dabbawalas (Shut on weekends) or the 6 sigma workers of Mumbai send over 5, 00, 000 boxes of lunch daily to their rightful owners with extreme precision. Studied by consultants and business schools for the secrets of their proclaimed near-flawless efficiency, the dabbawalas have been feted by British royals (Prince Charles) and titans of industry (Richard Branson) alike. Even FedEx, which supposedly knows something about logistics, has paid them a visit.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Lalbaug Spice Market

Tour the local spice market with us and you can not only buy the spices, but can also get them dry roasted and ground into the masala mix of your choice before your own eyes.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Nariman Point

For the sense of sound, we wind up our guests to make them hear Bollywood music. But hey, who won’t move a feet or two when it’s Bollywood Music, right! Especially when we set you up in a contemporary dance studio space, with your own personal Bollywood dance choreographer.

Duration: 30 minutes

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A perfect end to this colourful collage of experiences is to be able to touch people’s lives. What better way to do this, than to interact with less fortunate and engage in activities that help and uplift them. Volunteer in an activity or two, and be the reason behind spreading a few smiles.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

An alternative to the volunteering activity is the amazing and sometimes crazy but completely unmissable experience of travelling in the Mumbai Local! You also learn about the stunning architecture of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus from where the first train operated in India departed.

Duration: 30 minutes
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