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6D4N Explore Mumbai Special

(Last Updated On: 27/08/2018)

Departure Date Single Twin Triple Child (Bed) Child (No Bed)
20 Oct | 14 Nov 2018 RM5,539 RM4,679 RM4,529 RM3,669 RM3,319
Day Destination Flight ETD ETA
01 KL > MUMBAI OD 215 19:40 22:25
05 MUMBAI > KL OD 216 23:15 06:55

Gateway of India ● Haji Ali Darga Mosque  ● Bolloywood City ● Shopping


  • Return economy air ticket by MALINDO AIRWAYS @ similar with all airport taxes & 25 KG luggage.
  • 04 nights hotel accommodations based on Single/Twin/Triple sharing basis : 4* @ similar class (Standard).
  • Daily breakfast at the hotel.
  • Halal Meals : 04 x Lunch & 04 x Dinner at local restaurant.
  • Transportation by private air-conditioner coach tours and sightseeing as specified in the itinerary.
  • Professional licensed english speaking tour guide.
  • All entrance fees as per itinerary.
  • Tipping for Tour Guide & Coach Captain.
  • Permit, taxes & state entry tax.


  • Airport & hotel Porterage.
  • All personal expenses during the travel.
  • Personal Travel insurance.
  • Peak Period / Festive Season Surcharge.
  • Any extra meals & drinks not mentioned in program.
  • Others entrance fee does not mentioned in program.
  • Excess baggage fee.
  • Others item not mentioned in program.


  1. Deposit RM1,500 per person is required upon confirmation of reservation.
  2. Full Payment must be made in 45 days before departure.
  3. If full payment is not received within the stipulated 45 days before departure, Enrich Travelogue Sdn Bhd at its sole discretion reserves the right to forfeit the deposit and cancel the booking.


  • Package itinerary and flight schedule subject to change.
  • Please note that all prices published at the time of booking are based on the current exchange rate of Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) with the US Dollar (USD), Euro, Swiss Franc (CHF), and Australian Dollar (AUD). Due to the volatility of the MYR exchange rate against these above mentioned currencies, the package price will be subjected to change upon full payment, 45 days before departure. Enrich Travelogue Sdn Bhd will keep all Tour Members informed in the event of any changes.
  • Price quoted is subject to change due to currency fluctuation, fuel surcharge and airport taxes.
  • We reserve the right to alter the sequence or change, amend or alter the itinerary if necessary, with or without prior notice.
  • All flights and hotels are provisional and will be subjected to change until final confirmation.
  • Not all hotel provide electric kettle and ironing facilities.
  • Not all hotels have rooms for 3 people. Therefore, extra bed will be added only on twin sharing rooms.
  • Passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of travel.
  • It is the responsibility of the tour members to ensure that their names are cleared from blacklisted by any regulatory bodies in Malaysia or destination that may prohibit overseas travel or arrival.
  • Enrich Travelogue Sdn Bhd will not be held responsible or liable in the event any tour member is denied to travel by the Malaysian Immigration. Tour fares will not be refunded.
  • All meals mentioned in our program are suitable for Muslim, EXCEPT for breakfast which normally will be served based on standard International buffet menu.
  • Enrich Travelogue Sdn Bhd term & conditions will apply.

DAY 01

Assemble 3 hours before departure at KUALA LUMPUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (KLIA). Meet & greet with our representative for check-In luggage. Free leisure until departure time. On arrival at CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, MUMBAI. Meet & greet with our representative for transfer direct to hotel for check in hotel & relax. Overnight in MUMBAI.

DAY 02


Breakfast at the hotel, proceed for an excursion to ELEPHANTA CAVES: A must for any visitor to India.  Mute testimony of the Golden Age in Indian history during the Gupta period and built to honour Lord Shiva.  ELEPHANTA is a 3 kms long elongated island, consisting of two hills separated by a valley.  The caves with rock-cut figures and carvings are believed to be carved by the sculptors of Ajanta or Udayagiri. Later proceed for city tour of MUMBAI CITY: Our first stop is at Bombay’s landmark the GATEWAY TO INDIA, an elegant 26 mtrs stone archway, hastily erected as a symbol of welcome to Queen Mary and King George V of England on their visit to India in 1911. In the years following, artisans added decorative carvings and lovely Jharokha work (window carvings) and completed it in 1923. Continue to the hanging gardens perched above MALABAR HILL. These terraced gardens provide a beautiful panoramic view of the Arabian Sea were laid out in the early 1880s covering Bombay’s main reservoir.  Continue to visit MANI BHAVAN, Mahatma Gandhi’s home and Museum. This charming, 3 storied Gujarati house, painted brown and yellow, in a lovely Parsi neighborhood on Malabar Hill, was the home of Mahatma Gandhi from 1917-1934. Now overseen and maintained by the Gandhi Institute, it houses a library and a small museum about Gandhi’s life and birth. You can visit Gandhi’s room, where his simple belongings are displayed including his personal Bible, Quran and Gita. Continue to visit the HAJI ALI DARGA MOSQUE – The Haji Ali Dargah is a mosque and dargah located on an islet off the coast of Worli in the southern part of Mumbai. Near the heart of the city proper, the dargah is one of the most recognisable landmarks of Mumbai. Overnight in MUMBAI.

Lunch : Will be provided at local restaurant.
Dinner : Will be provided at local restaurant.

DAY 03


Breakfast at the hotel.  Proceed for BOLLYWOOD CITY TOUR: Tour Starts with view of star homes. An interesting combination of actors of yester years to our current Bollywood favorites like Shah Rukh, Salman and Amir, Dashed with tit-bits. On their lives and Bollywood gossip. Afterwards, proceed for BALAJI STUDIO and visit the studio sets and also watch a Live shoot. Sets which are built to resemble reality enthrall the audience with its minute detailing to Showcase different cultures in India. Evening visit COLABA CAUSEWAY, Shopping is the first reason why Colaba Causeway is famous, the next being food! From cheap, street clothes to fashionable boutiques, this lane, which houses old buildings from the British Raj, has it all. While you can stroll through the footpaths and look for clothes, shoes, purses, and even jewelry in the latest designs, you can also step into one of the boutiques and look at exquisite furnishings, clothes, etc. The street vendors sell the latest fashion at throwaway prices, which can be bargained for to a great extent. It is always good to spend some time here; you never know what steal you will find. Overnight in MUMBAI.

Lunch : Will be provided at local restaurant.
Dinner : Will be provided at local restaurant.

DAY 04


Breakfast at the hotel, proceed for an excursion to KANHERI CAVES. These are Buddhist caves or monasteries where monks practiced their austerities around the first century AD. And unlike the artistic extravagance of Elephanta, they are spartan and bare. Situated in the heart of MUMBAI’S NATIONAL PARK, the complex contains more than a hundred tiny cells cut into the flank of a hill, each fitted with a stone plinth that evidently served as a bed. There is also a congregation hall supported by huge stone pillars that contains the dagoba, a kind of Buddhist shrine. And if you pick your way up the hill you will find channels and cisterns that are remnants of an ancient water system that channeled rainwater into huge urns. In fact, Kanheri is probably the only clue to the rise and fall of Buddhism in Western India. Proceed for Shopping to CHOR BAZAAR. Mumbai’s Chor Bazaar, which literally means “thieves market”, has a fascinating history that spans more than 150 years. Famous for antique and vintage items. Overnight in MUMBAI.

Lunch : Will be provided at local restaurant.
Dinner : Will be provided at local restaurant.

DAY 05


Breakfast at the hotel & check out hotel. Proceed to visit THE PRINCE OF WALES MUSEUM of Western India is one of the best-known Museums of the Country. This magnificent heritage building, situated on the famous ‘Crescent Site’ on the way to the Gateway of India, is a landmark of south Mumbai. Architecturally it is an exquisite example of the Indo-Saracenic style, popular in India during the early part of this century. It was designed as a museum by the architect George Wittet in 1909. It was opened for public in 1922 mainly with the collections acquired by the Trustees and the Sir Ratan Tata bequest. The collections have swelled since then and today the museum has expanded into various sections, including the Maritime Heritage gallery, the first of its kind in India. After that, proceed for visit CHATTRAPATI SHIVAJI TERMINUS- THE RAILWAY STATION OF MUMBAI &BOMBAY HIGH COURT. After dinner, transfer to CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT for your onward destination.

Lunch : Will be provided at local restaurant.
Dinner : Will be provided at local restaurant.

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