Mumbai exhibition in Instagram

Have you been to Mumbai? 

Check out some of my Mumbai photos in Instagram @indivuecom

Although I’ve blogged about, for example, Mumbai and India for the past 14 years, there’s still some new images for you to see.

The recent change in Instagram makes it impossible for you to see the users Instagram images unless you’re signed in to that service, so I’ll give you a sneak peak of Mumbai in Instagram here:

The Bandra-Worli Sea Link -bridge in Mumbai

The Elephanta Caves in Mumbai

Double decker bus in Mumbai in 2006

Juhu Beach in Mumbai

Regal Cinema in Mumbai

Marine Drive in Mumbai

Chowpatty Beach in Mumbai

Mumbai city after sunset

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You can read about Mumbai also in Finnish and more about traveling in India as well.

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Mumbai in social media

An easy way to check what’s happening in Mumbai, India, through various social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest: Just follow the hashtags below!

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Bandra Worli Sea Link -bridge (video preview)

Back in 2005, the trip from Mumbai airport to Colaba, in the Southern Mumbai, took some one hour, when you had to drive through the whole city of Mumbai. Although the trip through the city was a very thrilling experience for a first timer, it was still nice to experience this Bandra Worli Sea Link -bridge which they had built on the sea, to make the travelling in Mumbai a lot easier and much faster, ten years later – In 2015 a taxi from Mumbai airport to Colaba took more than half an hour less of your time. Less than thirty minutes outside rush hour.

During night time this Bandra Worli Sea Link -bridge is lit nicely and you can enjoy the night time view along with the traffic lights and skyscraper lights from hotels like Taj Lands End in Bandra. This is a very much recommendable sight during night, I must say. Unfortunately this hotel did not have a roof top terrace with a restaurant – That would have really crown it all.

Day time you can visit the near by Bandra Fort and park and then watch the sun set in the horizon, behind the Arabian Sea. Sunset on the rocks in Bandra Bandstand will look something like in the video you will find in the link.

Find a short video about Bandra in Mumbai including the before mentioned nighttime view of Bandra Worli Sea Link -bridge and Bandra Fort here. The music and photos in the video are by Indivue.

More articles and photos from Mumbai in Finnish can be found here 

and more photos and articles about Mumbai in English you find here.

After this short video of Bandra Worli Sea Link -bridge more YouTube-videos will follow, so enjoy the visual adventure and remember to subscribe Indivue for more videos to come!

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