Entrance of the haji ali dargah mosque in mumbai
Haji Ali Dargah


There is nowhere else in the world quite like Mumbai. Surrounded by the Arabian Sea and spotted with tropical rainforest, India's largest city is a delightful blur of colour and noise. Let us give you the grand tour of Mumbai with the help of our travel guide. 

Reasons to fly Qantas

Food and drinks

Enjoy a meal or snack every time you fly with us, as well as a range of refreshments including beer and wine.  

Baggage included

Pack more into your trip with checked and carry-on baggage included in every fare.

Inflight entertainment

Enjoy a range of entertainment on every flight, including TV and films.

Frequent Flyer program

Qantas Frequent Flyers can earn and use Qantas Points in Australia and around the world and can earn Status Credits on eligible flights.

Places to stay

Accommodation is varied in Mumbai. There are luxurious hotels that have housed presidents and royalty, and there are also authentic Airbnbs scattered throughout the city. If you’re after that grand hotel experience we suggest that you book a room at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai. Complete with grand archways, shiny domes and a swimming pool, a stay in this hotel is an unforgettable experience. More modest lodgings can be found at the Juhu Residency Boutique Hotel, just 18 rooms and free airport shuttle services, this boutique property is great for those on a budget.

Things to do

It goes without saying that the rich tastes and smells of authentic Indian cuisine are a big drawcard to this city, but when you're not sampling the local food, there are many things to fill your days in Mumbai. Take the tourist boat from the Gateway of India to Elephanta Island. This heritage listed island - named by the Portuguese for its elephant sculpture that previously sat on its dock - takes one hour by boat to reach from the mainland. Make the 120 step climb to the 2,500 year old heritage listed caves and sculptures carved into the hillside.

A more leisurely activity would be to settle in for lunch at the Taj Mahal Palace’s Masala Kraft, a modern twist on traditional Indian cuisine. For a more authentic experience make your way to the Dhobi Ghat slums and see how 10 million of Mumbai’s 20 million people live.

Make your way back to the main city district and take yourself to the Art Deco Regal Cinema to marvel at a Bollywood movie, and after, why not head to the expat favourite Café Leopold just around the corner for dinner? Order a traditional curry and a Kingfisher beer with Mumbai’s expats.


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Disclaimer: ^ Qantas Frequent Flyer members will earn 3 Qantas Points per A$1 value unless otherwise specified, for hotel stays booked through qantas.com/hotels, except Classic Hotel Rewards and Airbnb bookings. Points Club members will earn 25% more Qantas Points, and Points Club Plus members will earn 50% more Qantas Points. Qantas Points will be credited to your account at least 8 weeks after check-out. Qantas Points may be earned by the member in whose name the booking is made. Members will not be able to earn points on additional charges paid to the accommodation provider for extras (including cots, breakfasts and other incidentals) on check-in or check-out (as applicable).  

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Disclaimer: ++ Status Credits are earned on eligible Qantas, Jetstar, oneworld® member and oneworld connect® airlines only - see the Airline Earning Tables and Qantas Frequent Flyer program Terms and Conditions for details. Status Credits may not be earned on some fare types and booking classes. 

Disclaimer:  Meals, beverages, entertainment offerings vary between flight times.

Disclaimer: ± Inflight entertainment varies by route and aircraft.

Disclaimer: #You must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program to earn and redeem Qantas Points. A joining fee may apply. Membership and Qantas Points are subject to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program terms and conditions.