Mumbai Itinerary 5 Days

What to Do in Mumbai in 5 days

Spending 5 days in Mumbai will help you thoroughly explore the beautiful city. With a number of attractions in store, no day in Mumbai will be left dull. Below are the attractions that you must include in your 5-day Mumbai itinerary to have a memorable vacation.

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5 Days in Mumbai - Perfect Vacation Guide

A stunning amalgamation of glamour, history, culture, natural beauty and modernity, Mumbai, the wealthiest city of India, bequeaths visitors with a glimpse of the social and cultural fabric of the country. This bustling city has emerged as one of the most sought-after places in India to live and work, thus earning itself various tags like the ‘City that never sleeps’ and ‘City of dreams’ over the years. Plan a 5-day-long trip to Mumbai to experience the best of this lively destination. Go through our Mumbai Itinerary 5 Days to plan better!

What to see in Mumbai in 5 days?

Markets

Mumbai is often touted to be one of the best shopping destinations in the country. Known as a hotspot of the fashion industry, Mumbai is the place where you will find the latest trendy lifestyle products and clothes in the markets. For accessories, Colaba Causeway is the top-rated option while the shady Chor Bazaar Thieves Market is perfect for buying electronics and antiques at cheap rates. Linking Road is the place to head to for clothes shopping and Crawford Market near Churchgate is ideal for buying fresh food products and spices. An important tip – don’t forget to haggle while shopping in the markets and bazaars of Mumbai!

Bollywood

Home to the world’s second-largest film industry ‘Bollywood’, Mumbai houses resplendent cinema halls, grand studios and most importantly, sprawling houses of most of the movie stars! Embark upon a Bollywood tour at the Film City and explore the extravagant sets and studios!

Street-food

Start your street-food tour with a tasty plate of Kheema Pav, minced mutton cooked with delicious spices and stuffed in bread. Then, head to any of the road-side Chaat stalls for sampling some of Mumbai’s iconic dishes like Bhel and Pani Puri. Revel in the tangy taste and enjoy the explosion of flavours in your mouth! Next, hog on the delicious Samosas, which are made from a stuffing of peas and potatoes fried in a flour batter and served with a mint chutney. Lip-smacking chicken and mutton Kebabs which consist of succulent pieces of meat marinated and cooked to perfection on an open stove or grilled on a ‘Tandoor’ are also a must-try in Mumbai! Finally, end your meal with a delightful and refreshing round of Kulfi and Ice Cream Sandwich Biscuit.

Religious Places

Mumbai is famous for its religiously-significant places like the Haji Ali Dargah, Siddhi Vinayak Temple, Mahalaxmi Mandir, and Mumbadevi Temple. Even if you are not a particularly religious person, do pay a visit to these holy places to experience the rituals and traditions there.

Local Sightseeing

Mumbai has a plethora of tourist attractions that make a local sightseeing trip in this city interesting and fun. Explore the iconic Gateway of India, marvel at the staggeringly huge scale of open-laundry work done at Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat, camp in the forest at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, and have beachside fun at the Juhu and Marine Drive Chowpatty Beaches.

Tours and Activities to Include

Traveling like a local without any help from trip planners is good. But here are some organised tours and activities that you must try

Best Hotels in Mumbai for 5 Day Trip

This is the list of frequently added hotels in past by our travelers to their Mumbai itinerary 5 days. Check out the hotels that suit you and add them to your trip plan.

With Less Days in Hand

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