Live Your Dream With The Tour Of Bollywood Dream Night In Mumbai

What happens when 4 movie buffs, who also love food equally, decide to visit Mumbai for the first time? How do they plan a trip? They simply decide to make it all about two of the best things Mumbai has to offer. At least, that’s what we did! As I and my 3 friends had never visited Mumbai before, we were eager to see this city that never sleeps and the city that offers delicious food from every corner of the world. So, to make the most of it, we selected Bollywood dream night tour. There were three different options to choose from - 

  • Dream tour - USD 173 (INR 12,600) per person
  • Dream tour with nightclub - USD 259 (INR 19,000) per person
  • Dream tour with the finest dining - USD 259 (INR 19,000) per person

It was the only Bollywood tour we came across that included visit to studio sets and dinner at the famous restaurant. So, we decided to go for the dream tour with the finest dining. It included -

  • Pick up and drop 
  • Excellent guide 
  • Visit to one of the Bollywood studios
  • Chowpatty beach
  • Marine drive
  • Nariman point
  • The Gateway of India
  • Victoria Terminus train station
  • Dinner at a North-Indian Restaurant 

We had discussed taking the ‘Dream tour with nightclub’. But, going to one of the famous nightclubs in Mumbai is included only on weekends. We were in the city during weekdays for a limited time. So, when our tour started at 5 pm, we all were pretty excited about the evening. 

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Exploring the sets and the studio 

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The studio we visited was being used for the shooting of a television commercial. We never knew that any 1-minute advertise we see is the combined effort of more than 100 people behind the camera. It was also intriguing to see how technicians work at the sets. 

Eating snacks at Girgaon Chowpatty

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Being the foodies we are, how can we miss several plates of mouth-watering Pani Puri and soothing Ice Gola here? You can never resist the tempting Chowpatty food when you are in Mumbai! 

Relaxing at the Marine Drive 

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We reached this Queen's Necklace at around 8 pm and boy, it was magnificent! I loved the combination of the cool ocean breeze and hundreds of sparkling lights. Driving along the famous Nariman Point was also a treat for our eyes. 

Visiting the Gateway of India 

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The stunning arch monument of the Gateway of India was looking spectacular than even at night. According to our guide, there were fewer visitors than usual as we were stopping by on a weekday. 

Witnessing the grandeur of Victoria Terminus 

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I am no history buff, but I knew that we cannot miss going at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Victoria Terminus. Even seeing this train station from the outside is one of the best things to do in Mumbai. 

Enjoying the scrumptious dinner  

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When it comes to ending a Mumbai tour on a high note, the joy of pampering our taste buds with Mughlai Food was incomparable. I will go back to Mumbai any day even if it is for the lip-smacking Biryani we ate that night! 

When it comes to satiating a Bollywood lover in you as well as taking your taste buds on a ride, there can be no better tour than the Bollywood Dream Night. I am sure you will have as much fun as we all had! 

*some images are for representational purpose only

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