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The Renaissance Convention Centre is also one of the finest Mumbai hotels. It caters to the city's discerning crowd, as well as thousands of visitors. With a growing business scene, Mumbai has plenty to offer its visitors each year. Try visiting in February to enjoy the Elephanta Festival, which celebrates the Hindy God Lord Shiva.
International cuisine is available in most of Mumbai's hotels, but it is a shame to miss out on traditional Indian dishes. Visit Oh! Calcutta to experience traditional Bengali, or Swati Snacks if you want some fast vegetarian pieces on the go.
If you want to take some silk and cloth home, head to Mangaldas Market. Fashion Street is the best place in Mumbai for you to purchase budget clothes, or you can try the Chor Bazaar and practice your bartering skills. Crawford Market is also excellent, especially if you want to purchase some gems.
Many of Mumbai's most famous buildings reflect the city's colonial past. You only need to head to Bombay University to see how this translates to the architecture, which blends Indian, Tudor, and Victorian designs. For an example of modern Indian accomplishments, check out the Bombay Stock Exchange. If you love art, head to the Kala Ghoda art gallery.
Like much of India, Mumbai loves cricket. The Mumbai cricket team has won 40 titles, and the impressive Brabourne Stadium is one of the country's oldest. If you prefer racing, try going to the Mahalaxmi Racecourse, where there is a derby each Friday. The Mumbai Marathon is held every year in January, which is the largest marathon in Asia.