On a business trip to India’s biggest city? Make sure to hit these hotspots.
Shop for trinkets and treasures in the stalls at the Colaba Causeway.

DECODING THE FRENETIC, densely populated metropolis of Mumbai requires a savvy guide like Satender Tomar, head of a fleet of 35 concierge-like butlers at the luxurious new St. Regis Mumbai. When Tomar’s guests want to get an insider’s look at the city, previously

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