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In case you happen to be a first-time visitor in Surat, there are a number of things you can catch during your trip. With everything from diamond research to textile mills and growing information technology, Surat dons many hats as the ‘Diamond Hub of the World', the 'Embroidery Capital of India', and the 'Textile City of India’.
Tithal Beach and Dumas Beach – Enjoy a long walk at the beach or indulge in the aquatic sports when spending a day at these beaches.
Diamond Market – Surat being the diamond hub it is, this market has to be visited by every tourist.
Sardar Patel Museum – Displaying the best of the life of Sardar Patel, this museum contains artefacts and personal belongings of Sardar Patel.
Dutch and Armenian Cemetery – Considered among the biggest historical sites of Surat, the Dutch and Armenian Cemetery shows beautiful architecture and wooden carvings of the old ages.
Surat Fort – In order to safeguard Surat from attacks by the Portuguese, the Ahmedabad king, Sultan Mahmud Shah III, ordered for the fort to be built.
Dutch Garden – Previously used as a cemetery, the Dutch Garden in Surat houses mausoleums of the early British and Dutch officers and traders.
Local cuisine – Gujarati food is well-known among food lovers and Surat offers the best of it. from dhokla to khakhra, there is a variety of snacks and meals to explore in Surat.
Cultural inclusions – Dandiya and garba are among the most popular forms of Indian folk dances, and of great significance in the state of Gujarat. Flying kites is another activity that is big in the state, with even international festivals conducted for it.
Airport: Surat International Airport (STV)
The commercial capital of India and the city of dreamers, Mumbai is known to never sleep. From business tycoons to film aspirants, fashion designers to IT giants, the city has everything to offer and more.
Gateway of India – Built in the honour of King George V and Queen Mary’s visit to Mumbai, the Gateway of India is among the most-visited tourist destinations in the city.
Marine Drive – Perfect to visit any time of the day, the stretch of Marine Drive is always full of local as well as tourist visitors.
Film City – Being the hub of Bollywood, Mumbai’s connection to the film industry is quite evident. Film City is an integrated film studio complex that is open for visiting.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus – Depicting some of the most magnificent architectural designs and significant of the British era, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is a masterpiece in history.
Haji Ali Dargarh – A tomb and mosque named after Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari, one of the greatest Muslim saints of his time, the Haji Ali Dargah is one of the most popular sites in Mumbai.
Mount Mary Church – Depicting the grandeur of its ancient architecture, the Mount Mary Church, also known as the Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount, is one of the oldest basilicas in the city.
Elephanta Caves – Located on the Mumbai Harbour, about 10 km from the city, the Elephanta Caves are a collection of beautiful cave temples and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The beaches – From Juhu to Bandra, there is no dearth of beaches to explore in Mumbai.
Colaba Causeway – Primarily a commercial street in the city, this is where you can shop to your heart’s content and explore a line of street food.
Apart from these, there are many small cafes to fine-dining restaurants you can explore in Mumbai. It is not uncommon to see crowds of people gathering outside the houses of famous movie stars in Mumbai.
Airport: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM)
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