Take a look inside the Mumbai guide.
Mumbai is described as India's commercial, financial .... and entertainment capital. With those magnetic qualities it's hardly surprising that the city acts as a draw for people from across the country and the world. It is now India's most populous city, which accounts for many of Mumbai's lifestyle, transport and housing challenges. It's a city of great contrasts from the large "slum" at its centre to the genteel seaside neighbourhoods, which remain in a sort of nineteenth century bubble. But Mumbai's young, dynamic, middle class is carving out its own version of the city - often in unexpected places. We'll show you all the faces of Mumbai.
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With over forty separate videos and scores of participants we'll show you schools, neighbourhoods, apartments, recreation, nightlife, transport, shopping, commuting and much more. The videos include:
A day trip to Alibaugh
Trains and Tuk-tuks
Precautions in the Kitchen
The American School in Bombay
The French International School, Mumbai
Podar International School
A large apartment in Bandra
A 3 bed apartment with a seaview
A 2 bed in a quiet street
A 3 bed in Khar
The Mills of Lower Parel