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Mumbai, India
Malabar Hill/Peddar Road
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"hanging gardens"
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"residential area"
in 22 reviews
"kamala nehru park"
in 16 reviews
"chief minister"
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"banganga tank"
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"highest point"
in 10 reviews
"marine drive"
in 47 reviews
"expensive area"
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"queens necklace"
in 23 reviews
"water reservoir"
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"kemps corner"
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"raj bhavan"
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"chowpatty beach"
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"high rise buildings"
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"southern mumbai"
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"arabian sea"
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Malabar Hill is a rich, posh locality in the heart of South Mumbai or erstwhile South Bombay. It has many trees and decent amounts of greenery and plants. It houses Chief Minister of Maharashtra's Official Residence known as "Varsha". Raj Bhavan is also located here...More

Thank Fali M
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Malabar Hill is probably still one of the most up-market residential areas. Unfortunately the roads are relatively narrow and cars are parked everywhere making the traffic situation quite difficult especially during peak hours. Finding a parking slot is impossible

Thank cool_satchmo
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The route to Malabar Hill begins from the Chowpatty beach area. Lovely view of the sea to the left and passing by the side of Raj Bhavan, one enters the posh areas of Malabar Hill. The greenest area with several parks around one gets lovely...More

Thank s_ramsam
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Reviewed 6 May 2018

This is a must visit area The views are fantastic. There is a lot of interesting history here too. One must walk around both sides of the hills.

2  Thank Peter F
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

I enjoyed visiting this place I fealt its a very nice place for picnic or outing. You get to feel the spirit of Mumbai from this place. Its very beautiful in every possible way.

Thank Kari H
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Reviewed 1 May 2018

Built on top of a reservoir to preserve the purity of the water. Old fashion city garden. Could be better maintained.

Thank PuckPasha
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Reviewed 24 April 2018

Very Pretty old world colonial hill on the way to Nariman point. Lovely old Raj era buildings with a nice park and european garden

Thank Catherine C
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Reviewed 23 April 2018

A travel to malabar hill is like a pilgrimage of the old rich part of Mumbai city. The picture of Sea side view says it all with a wonderful hill looking over an iconic beach of a culturally rich city. Next to the boot house...More

Thank Rohanmhn
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Reviewed 22 April 2018

had been to malabar hill during my childhood... was recently there last week after almost 10-15 years along with my kid and his cousins...actually there are 2 gardens nearby.. the kamla nehru park with the iconic boot house and the malabar hill which is more...More

Thank pednekaramit81
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Reviewed 19 April 2018

A few good views - no access to Zoroastrian complex to view the temple areas or towers of silence. They are pretty much hidden away in the trees

Thank gazzamuppet
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Malabar Hill/Peddar Road
The most prestigious address in Mumbai, Malabar Hill
is a quiet neighbourhood that is a home to the richest
business families and who’s who of the corporate
world. From the lush green Hanging Gardens overlooking
the Queen’s Necklace, to quaint boutiques offering
high fashion, there’s much to explore in this historic
neighbourhood. While Banganga Tank and the Walkeshar
Temple are popular among the pilgrims travelling to
...More
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vanderra22
22 August 2016|
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Response from 810sam | Reviewed this property |
It is Malabar Hill and not mumbai hill.. since it is a posh area, not many houses., but it has certain high rise apartments. Since Raj Bhavan is located nearby, there is lot of greenery. Nearby it has hanging gardens also
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Varadharajan R
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Response from Ontheferry | Reviewed this property |
Gateway to India Lunch at Leopold's Café Crawford Market and surrounding streets Malabar Hills but best of all get a map..walk along Marine drive and cut in and see the sights ...cricket stadium, law courts, chawpati bbeach... More
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