Weekend heritage walks in Mumbai

Weekend heritage walks in Mumbai

Explore the --Little Madras-- in Matunga and learn of the legends of Chor Bazaar

Our Team
January 02 , 2015
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Normally either steaming hot or soaking wet, Bombay aka Mumbai has a handful pleasant days in winter. Grab them this weekend with a couple of heritage walks being organised by Travel Logs. (Contact person: Dhiresh Sharma, +91-8425830004).

On Saturday, January 3, at 11.30 am, there’s the ‘Tamil Town’ walk. Step into Matunga and spend a couple of hours eating, drinking and experiencing the cultural delights of this Tamil-dominated part of Mumbai, also called ‘Little Madras’. Filter coffee, different kinds of idlis and dosas, colourful temple architecture and insights into the local community will make you see Matunga through new eyes. Fee: Rs 1,650 per person. Duration: 2 hours. Meeting point: Café Mysore (Shop No. 1461-C, Durlabh Niwas, Bhandaji Road, Matunga East).

On Sunday, January 4, at 10.30 am, join the ‘The Pious & The Thieves’ walk. This one takes you through the legends and myths of Chor Bazaar and its adjacent areas. The tour includes visits inside Mumbai’s oldest Jain Temple and the oldest Bene-Israeli synagogue as well as a peek into Raudat Tahera and Minara Masjid.
Fee: Rs 1,650 per person. Duration: 2.5 hours. Meeting point: Café Almas, Byculla, near JJ Hospital.

Schedules are subject to last-minute change

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