Vineet Pal

Vineet Pal

Hi my name is Vineet Pal. I learnt photography from Udaan School OF Photography,Mumbai. It's been 3 years in mumbai as a photographer. Mumbai is the place where you can shoot unlimited photos. you can click motion, night life, emotion, contrast in people. the city never sleeps. you can enjoy Mumbai Local with crowd. As a Mumbaikar people hate to travel at peak hour but if it is for one day of your Mumbai tour, I will tell you don't miss the adventure. Be a part of my trip, you will fall in love with Mumbai.

Mumbai - A City with Contrast

Mumbai , a cosmopolitan metropolis, earlier known as Bombay, is the largest city in India and the capital of Maharastra state.The financial capital and most populous city in India, Mumbai is a diverse, vibrant, multi-cultural, modern city teeming with crowds. Situated on the west coast of India.

If Mumbai is your introduction to India, prepare yourself. The city isn’t a threatening place but its furious energy, limited public transport and punishing pollution makes it challenging for visitors. The heart of the city contains some of the grandest colonial-era architecture on the planet but explore a little more and you’ll uncover unique bazaars, hidden temples, hipster enclaves and India’s premier restaurants and Night-life.

Tour Information

Location
Duration
2 Days
Departure
Price per Participant
5,333.33 TIIM
Languages
Group size
1 - 10 people
Transportation
Car
Train
Walking
Taxi
Includes
All transportation by good quality private vehicle.• , Entrance fee Meals Breakfast.Lunch, Dinner• Note :- "About Transportation it's up to you if you want to be like Normal Tourists who just want to see Mumbai, we can use Car the whole time but if you want to live Mumbai so the best thing is use the Local Transport like Mumbai Local (Don't worry I will be there), Mumbai Cab (I Love the Old Cab, you should also try) And as it is a photography tour I would love to walk with you so we can Explore more. I want you to have best photos possible." I will help each and everyone with the camera (if you have one) I have Canon 5D Mark III, You can use my camera and have pictures. will let you know the best time to photograph places. We will also click some night life photos in Mumbai. We will travel throw amazing places you never seen before other tours only include the basic places which are famous but with me you will see the real Mumbai.
Excludes
Personal expenses such as bars, beverages, optional tips/gratuities.•
Cancellation
Cancel up to 24h before, incurring a processing fee of 10%.

About the creator
Vineet Pal

Vineet Pal

Mumbai , a cosmopolitan metropolis, earlier known as Bombay, is the largest city in India and the capital of Maharastra state.The financial capital and most populous city in India, Mumbai is a diverse, vibrant, multi-cultural, modern city teeming with crowds. Situated on the west coast of India.

If Mumbai is your introduction to India, prepare yourself. The city isn’t a threatening place but its furious energy, limited public transport and punishing pollution makes it challenging for visitors. The heart of the city contains some of the grandest colonial-era architecture on the planet but explore a little more and you’ll uncover unique bazaars, hidden temples, hipster enclaves and India’s premier restaurants and Night-life.

The Street Food

Patties, puris, kebabs and lassis … Mumbai is the city of a million hawkers.

From Paav BhajiVada Paav, potato and onion Bhajias, Bombay sandwiches, street-sideDosasPatti Samosas, Pani PuriSev PuriDahi PuriRagda Pattis, boiled Channa Chaat,Kala Khatta, raw mango slices and berries in Chinese Bhel Indian-style pizzas heaped with cheese to fresh fruit accompanied by real dairy cream that is rare to find in most places. This is a gastronomes delight. As layers of flavours, textures, colours create dishes that pop in your mouth and hardly impact your pocket, it maybe fun to play a guessing game of what came from where and how it may have transformed here.

Local Trains

Carrying more than 6 million passengers daily, it is not called Mumbai’s lifeline without reason. It’s a sight in itself, to see the trains carrying people much more than their capacity. It is often advised to the novice traveller coming to Mumbai to stay away from travelling in the trains during rush hours. Travelling in Mumbai’s local trains takes practice and skill. These local trains harbour a different kind of culture, and photographing Mumbai will never be complete without photographing this culture called the ‘local train’. 

Shopping in Mumbai

Being the business capital of India, markets abound in Mumbai. Be it Fashion Street, Chor Bazaar or Zaveri Bazar Mumbai offers quite wide ranges to the shoppers. Crawford Market is famous for flowers, fruits, meat and fish. A visit to Colaba and Flora Fountain (Hutatama Chowk) is recommended if you are good at bargaining.

The best places to shoot street is market. flower market at Dadar open at 5 am and it is the best time to shoot life and portraits.

Global Vipassana Pagoda

Global Vipassana Pagoda is the World's Largest Pillar-less dome with a capacity to seat 8,000 meditators. In it are also enshrined Buddha's genuine relics, thus becoming the first such pagoda in India after King Ashoka's era. 

Heritage Buildings

South Bombay brings a splendid mix of architectural styles. From Gothic architecture to Neo-Classical and Indian architecture, one can find it all here. The most noticeable building is undoubtedly the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station, or popularly known CST (formerly called VT, for Victoria Terminus). One of the finest works of the British architect F. W. Stevens, the Gothic style is clearly apparent in this building which is arguably considered to be the second most photographed building in India after the Taj Mahal located in Agra city of India. The BMC headquarters just alongside the CST is another beautiful piece of architecture from the British era. A walk down the D.N. Road (Dadabhai Naoroji Road), there are several other prominent buildings from the earlier century that now house offices and showrooms of major companies and brands. 

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