Getting to Mumbai, India
Mumbai is the main international gateway to South India and has the busiest network of domestic flights. The international airport (26829000; www.mumbaiairport.com), officially renamed Chhatrapati Shivaji but still known as Sahar, is 4km away from the domestic airport, also called Chhatrapati Shivaji but known as Santa Cruz. A free shuttle bus runs between the airports, which are 30km and 26km north of Nariman Point in downtown Mumbai.
The international airport has two arrivals halls which have foreign-exchange counters offering reasonable rates, a Government of India tourist office booth (2615660, ext 4700; Arrival Hall 2A), a hotel reservation desk (66048772) and a prepaid taxi booth – all open 24 hours.
The domestic airport (26156600) has two terminals with foreign-exchange bureaus, ticketing counters and a restaurant-bar. The Government of India tourist office booth is in terminal B. Note that flights on domestic sectors of Air India routes depart from the international airport.
Travel agencies are often a better bet than airline offices for booking international flights, and will reconfirm your flight for a small fee.
Places to Stay in Mumbai
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Places to see in Mumbai
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Source: Lonely Planet