Mumbai, India


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Yes, Mumbai vibrates with all the verve you’d expect from India’s biggest, wealthiest and most glamorous city (it’s the birthplace of Bollywood, after all). Grab a vada pav (a fried potato ball in a bun, the most popular street snack) and explore the colonial‑era architecture. The coastal coordinates also mean there’s sand, surf and seaside sunset views, plus Elephanta Island’s forests and cave temples are but a ferry ride away.

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Where to stay

Le Sutra
For a more mellow location
The Trident, Nariman Point
For the seaside setting
For a boutique space downtown
St. Regis Mumbai
For the new luxury
The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai
For the historic splendour