About this listing
Its a Home away from home in North Mumbai
in Suburb named Mulund,
as we rent 1 room kitchen apartment to our guest.
So one also have own private kitchen.
Our family house is 10 min walk away and guest can come any time to us.
One Room Kitchen Condo unit in north mumbai.
guests can have access to our main house any time in day or evening.its hardly 7-8 mins walk from the apartment.
they can mix up with family people and can experience the culture and traditions.
They will have very friendly atmosphere.
Also they can watch televison at fron room of our family house.
one can learn India food recipes, some guidance on breathing excercises and yogic postures.
One can get assistance (travel, accommodation and food) and guidance for Mumbai tour or tour to any location in India.
Till now we had guests from many regions of the world like france, USA, Netherlands, Thailand, Japan, Abu dhabi, UK, russia etc.
About my city(Mumbai) :
Mumbai's culture is a blend of traditional festivals, food, music and theatres. The city offers a cosmopolitan and diverse lifestyle with a variety of food, entertainment and night life, available in a form and abundance comparable to that in other world capitals. Mumbai's history as a major trading centre has led to a diverse range of cultures, religions and cuisines coexisting in the city. This unique blend of cultures is due to the migration of people from all over India since the British period.
Mumbai is the birthplace of Indian cinema—Dadasaheb Phalke laid the foundations with silent movies followed by Marathi talkies—and the oldest film broadcast took place in the early 20th century. Mumbai also has a large number of cinema halls that feature Bollywood, Marathi and Hollywood movies. The Mumbai International Film Festival and the award ceremony of the Filmfare Awards, the oldest and prominent film awards given for Hindi film industry in India, are held in Mumbai. Despite most of the professional theatre groups that formed during the British Raj having disbanded by the 1950s, Mumbai has developed a thriving "theatre movement" tradition in Marathi, Hindi, English and other regional languages.
Contemporary art is featured in both government-funded art spaces and private commercial galleries. The government-funded institutions include the Jehangir Art Gallery and the National Gallery of Modern Art. Built in 1833, the Asiatic Society of Bombay is one of the oldest public libraries in the city. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly The Prince of Wales Museum) is a renowned museum in South Mumbai which houses rare ancient exhibits of Indian history.