South Mumbai City Map


South Mumbai City Map

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South Mumbai

Located on the southern most corner of Salsette island, South Mumbai is home to the elites of Mumbai city. With business centers such as Nariman Point and the Ballard Estate and Financial organizations such as the Reserve Bank of India and Bombay Stock Exchange, it is one of the busiest parts of the country. If South Mumbai attracts businessman from all over the world, with number of museums and tourist haunts it is equally interesting to the backpackers. South Mumbai hotels such as Taj Mahal, hotel Oberoi, hotel Searock Sheraton, Chalukya hotel on Elephanta island find favour all over the world.


Last Updated on :February 14, 2019







     


     

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