The capital of Maharashtra, Mumbai is also the commercial and entertainment capital of India. While Bollywood is the city’s pride and joy, Mumbai offers a whole lot more. The largest cosmopolitan city in India, Mumbai is rich in history, art and commercial growth. Well known for its crowded bazaars, Mumbai is surrounded by the impressive colonial buildings, museums and galleries. Arts, fashion, history and fab restaurants – there is so much to do and see in Mumbai that you’ll never want to leave. Mumbai has a vibrant theater scene with plays in many languages. Popular waterfront destinations are Juhu Beach, Marine Drive and Bandstand where visitors go to watch the sun set over the Arabian Sea. More sightseeing options are the Gandhi Museum, the cave temples of Elephanta Island and the Gateway of India. Mumbai has an international airport and a domestic airport, both named after Chhatrapati Shivaji. Flights from across the world land at the international airport (popularly called Sahar) while the domestic airport is connected to all major cities. World-class events and attractions and breathtaking beaches make this Gateway city an exciting holiday destination at any time of the year.