Mumbai’s Gets Delhi-Like Ho-Ho Buses To Take Tourists Through Heritage Sites & Beaches Across The City

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by Sanjana Shenoy
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Mumbai, ‘The City of Dreams’ is an awe-inspiring destination for tourists. Endowed with gorgeous beaches, historical monuments, swanky skyscrapers and more, the city promises a lifetime of memories for visitors. So, travel enthusiasts, the next time you visit Mumbai, tour the city in hop-on-hop-off buses. The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) is launching these buses to boost tourism in the city. Read on to know more.

BEST Launches Hop-On Hop-Off Buses To Boost Tourism In Mumbai

Tourists visiting Mumbai can soon pick the sightseeing spots on their itinerary, get on a BEST bus, explore and hop on the subsequent bus for the next stop. All you need is one ticket for the entire trip. BEST’s hop-on-hop-off buses will run between the famed Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus(CSMT) and Juhu Beach. These buses will take tourists across the beaches, heritage spots and historic monuments across the city. Book your tickets online for ₹250 per head. The bus will stop at several points, where tourists can decide whether to get off, spend some time or just travel past the sites.

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Tour Mumbai In AC Electric Buses At ₹250 Per Head

BEST will deploy a fleet of 10 luxurious AC electric buses. The Ho-Ho Mumbai Tourism plan will cater to both domestic and foreign tourists every day from 9 am to 8 pm daily. The AC electric buses will run every 30 minutes from Juhu Chowpatty-Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT). Tourists can visit Crawford Market, Juhu Chowpatty, Film Star Bungalow, Linking Road, Bandstand, Hanging Garden, Wankhede Stadium, Haji Ali among others.  So, imagine buying just one ticket and using it to get on and off the buses as you explore “The City That Never Sleeps”.  There can’t be a better way to go sightseeing than these hop-on-hop-off buses. Meanwhile, explore Mumbai in 48 hours through this video.

 

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