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GET LUCKY,
BAG PRIZES
Read & Win: Pg 14
Lenscape: Pg 79
Identify the Car: Pg 63

LIFESTYLE
Krishnaterian platters

Kanha couture
PARTY IN A SUPERCLUB

NEW CAR LAUNCHES

AIRPORT
PLUCK N CARRY LISTINGS
HOT PICKS

Complimentary Copy

THE MASQUE OF AFRICA
V.S. Naipaul
unleashes his latest

TRAVEL
TEQUILA TOURS

Mandira Bedi
“Yes, yes, yes” to South Africa

M o n t h l y • S e p t e m b e r 2 0 1 0 • Vo l I I I • I s s u e I X

PRACHI DESAI
Goa Tourism’s new face rocks Bollywood
(…and we caught up with her at this airport!)

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16 SEPTEMBER 2010

TAKE OFF | airport

Everybody told us ‘better safe than
sorry’. Even as kids, we learnt that prevention
was better than cure. Just imagine if you were
to fly without a safety blanket underneath? In
today’s world safety is no more just another
guideline meant to be followed. It’s an
attribute that’s as important as breathing.

CSIA observed the Airport Safety Week from
August 16 -23, 2010, to make sure that safety
is imbibed as a habit and not just another set
of rules and regulations.

Coordinated by Quality, Safety & Environment
Department of MIAL, the Safety Week
brought together all CSIA employees in their
single minded focus to keep the airport safer
than ever.

Through various workshops and seminars,
MIAL endeavoured to create a safety culture
among various stakeholders and airport
personnel which would ultimately help in
enhancing the safety climate at CSIA.

Various safety awareness contests like safety
slogans and photography on safe/unsafe work
practices were held to engage employees in
this initiative. Prizes were also announced for
the Best Apron Discipline, Best Maintained
Vehicles and Best Housekeeping. This was
to encourage employees to follow rules &
regulations while working at the airside, like
maintaining vehicles in good conditions and
keep their work areas clean and safe.

Safety is vital to aviation. And in this Safety
Week it was made sure that this message

Safer than ever!
It’s no more just rules and regulations; a safe environment is what Chhatrapati Shivaji
International Airport (CSIA) provides you. The Airport Safety Week organised by Mumbai
International Airport Ltd (MIAL) last month was an effort in this direction. Based on the
theme, ‘Safety is not an Option’, the airport observed the safety week with a collage of
events and activities.

reaches to one and all involved in the
system. As part of CSIA’s safety promotion
initiatives, a Runway Excursion Risk Reduction
workshop was held jointly with International
Air Transport Association (IATA). Runway
Excursions (when aircraft veers off the
runway including overrun, overshoot or lose
directional control during landing & takeoff)
are highly dangerous. It is estimated that
97 per cent of all runway related aircraft
accidents occur due to Runway excursions.
The workshop held at Hotel Sahara Star
was attended by senior pilots (examiners
and instructors) and safety experts from
airlines in India which included scheduled,
general aviation and cargo operators. It
was also attended by Directorate General of
Civil Aviation officials, various Indian airport
operators, Air Traffic Controllers (ATC) and
Communication-Navigation-Surveillance
personnel from Airports Authority of India.

Also, an Industry Best Safety Practices seminar
was held during the week where experts
from industries like airlines, ATC, railways,
roadways, shipping, oil & natural gas,

Cleanliness drive during safety week Workshop in progress

Fire drill

construction and CSIA spoke about the Safety
Management System and best safety practices
followed by them.

Even the media was invited for a session
wherein they were briefed about Airport
Operations and Safety Management System
and safety initiatives carried out at CSIA.

A major cleanliness drive was also undertaken
at various sites on airside and cityside. CSIA
employees took part in the Safety Week
activities with much enthusiasm. While some
wore masks and gloves to clean out these
areas, others made sure that safety norms
were followed diligently at the airport.

A basic fire fighting and first aid training too
was conducted by the Emergency Services
Department of MIAL for the CISF personnel
posted at CSIA.

MIAL, through this highly successful initiative,
made sure that CSIA becomes safer than ever
and maintains its safe environment not just
by observing Safety Week, but all round the
year.

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Hot steals

A THREESOME IN GOA!
Prancing in front of the Mumbai airport elevator little
Jahnvi Asarpota posed like a ramp model along with her
father, while mommy captured the fun start to their happy
monsoon holiday. For the Asarpota family, the celebration
started from the minuite they reached the CSIA terminal.
When asked where they were off to, Bharat Asarpota , who
by the way was as excited as his 14 month old daughter,
gushed about their family holiday in Goa. “We are going
for a monsoon holiday. Just like that!” explained Harsha
Asarpota. Bon voyage, we say.

Forgot to buy a gift for your wife? Left your camera at home? Or simply looking for
something different? The Mumbai domestic
airport has its own shopping archade, where
you can pick up the perfect gift from. Take a
look at the September special picks:

CARRY INDIA
A dash of colour for your arms, Holi from
Hidesign offers a range of vibrant handbags
and purses for the modern Indian woman.
Smart and durable, this bag is unique in its
Indianness.
Price: ` 2395
Available at:
Hidesign store,
Terminal 1C
(Departure
Domestic)

Gone are the days when our mothers used to dress us up in our Sunday best,
for the much awaited plane ride. But, even today the airport is full of fashion
surprises. And we are on the look out for the most unusual or attractive dresses
and accessories at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai.

LakshmiÕ s shoes
Flying to Cochin from Terminal 1C,
we spotted Lakshmi buried in her
newspaper. But what caught our
attention was the pair of shoes
she was wearing. Made of brown
leather, this pair of flat sandals
which look like mojaris were plain,
but stylish much like its owner.

Fashion PORT

FLOWER POWER
Floral hair accessories are back and have
made quite an appearance. You will find an
entire colourful bouquet of designs at the
Ayesha store in Mumbai airport. Pick up a
sequinned headband or a floral clutch for
the perfect holiday party right here!
Price: ` 120-350
Available at: Ayesha section in Hidesign
store, Terminal 1C (Departure Domestic)

COMFORT FLY
Frequent fliers are gonna love this one. The
travel pillow from Samsonite. Twist it, turn

it and tie it
the way you
want to or just
cuddle it and
go to sleep on
those long flights.
This one is just
perfect!
Price: ` 1510
Available at: The Samsonite
Store, Terminal 1C (Domestic
departure)

PICTURE PERFECT
Have been thinking of buying a digicam? The
airport offers you the perfect deals in digicams.
Just pick up the snazzy Nikon Coolpix at a
throwaway price right here!

Price: ` 4850
Available at:
Croma, Terminal 1C
(Domestic Departure)

throwaway price right here!

Price:Price: ` 4850
Available at:Available at:
Croma, Terminal 1C
(Domestic Departure)

it and tie it
the way you
want to or just
cuddle it and
go to sleep on
those long flights.

BOARDING PASS

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SumanÕ s party feet
Suman, travelling with her mom-in-law to
Mangalore, put her best foot forward in a pair
of tapering toed catwalk pumps. Definitely HOT!

NiharÕ s jacket
Children these days are more often better dressed than
their older counterparts. We caught up with Nihar, flying
to Mangalore with his family. This cute little boy flashed his
grey jacket and a 1000 watt smile to every passerby.

VanslaÕs designer tote
This month’s best, however, has to be Vansla’s
(travelling to Delhi) white Prada tote. Ruffled,
white and very, very chic, the bag was a sure
winner at the airport.

GET KNOTTY
In case you have dropped your tie while
running for the flight (which by the way
happened to one guy we know), the airport
has a solution for you as well. Just pick up
one from the tie bar at the Mumbai airport.

Price: ` 900-10,000
Available at: Neckties and More by
Raymond, Terminal 1C (Domestic Departure)

CUDDLE ME!
We have not
forgotten the
children. For the
tiny tots, there is an
entire section of
soft cuddlable
toys at the
airport.
Price: ` 499
Available at:
Mediamart,
Terminal 1C and
1B (Domestic
Departure)

CUDDLE ME!
We have not
forgotten the
children. For the
tiny tots, there is an
entire section of
soft cuddlable

499
Available at:Available at:

Terminal 1C and
1B (Domestic

FOOD FEST
The Ultra Bar offers some
real, yum grub for flyers.
Their special chicken tikka is
a must eat. And for the wine
lovers, they have an excellent
collection of South African
whites as well.
Price:
Chicken Tikka: ` 220
Single Malts: ` 450-550
Cocktails: ` 350
South African Whites:
` 325 a glass
Available at: Ultra Bar,
Terminal 1C (Domestic
Departure)

RAZZLE DAZZLE
The jewellery collection at the Swarovski
store inside the CSIA, is where dreams
come true. Their excellent collection
offers a range of jewellery and crystals
for every occasion. We, however, went
all sparkle eyed for this rose
ring crafted from
clear crystals.
Price: ` 6300
Available at:
Swarovski,
Terminal 1C
(Domestic
Departure)

all sparkle eyed for this rose

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DOMESTIC TERMINAL-1A
LOST & FOUND

Trident Handlers: +91-9833857114

Unclaimed articles are deposited at the

terminal manager’s office.

LEFT LUGGAGE /BAGGAGE STORAGE

FACILITY

Trident Handlers: +91-9833857114

Location: Arrival Hall

LOUNGES: Kingfisher, Indian Airlines.

Reserved (VIP) Lounge.

POST OFFICE: Location: Arrival Hall

Maharashtra Tourism Development

Corporation (MTDC):

Location: Arrival Hall

India Tourism (Ministry of Tourism) Govt

of India

Location: Arrival Hall

RETAIL AND F&B SERVICES

Food And Beverage CCD

Retail Samsonite

Food And Beverage Balaji caterers

Retail Bhavika Collections

Money Exchange Centrum Direct

Food And Beverage H.M Hospitality

Food And Beverage Hindustan Coca Cola

Retail ESBEDA

Retail Media Mart

Retail Malayala Manorama

Retail O2 SPA

Retail Natraj Jewellers

Retail Network Media

Money Exchange Pheroze Framroze

Car Rental Platinum Rent a Car

Retail Neck ties & More

Food And Beverage Shiv Sagar

Banking-ATM’s State Bank Of India

Car Rental Swagatam Tours

Food And Beverage Mumbai Se

Food And Beverage Cafeccino

Food And Beverage Kaati Zone

Car Rental Silver cabs

Footwear Pavers England

Food And Beverage Grab n Go

AIRPORT INFORMATION

PLUCK
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CARRY

DOMESTIC TERMINAL-1B
LOST & FOUND

Trident Handlers: +91-9833868722

Unclaimed articles are kept at the Terminal

Manager’s office.

LEFT LUGGAGE/BAGGAGE STORAGE

FACILITY

Trident Handlers: +91-9833868722

Location: Arrival Hall.

LOUNGES: Clipper, Reserved (VIP) Lounge.

POST OFFICE:

Location: Departure Pre-security hold -1

RETAIL AND F&B SERVICES

Retail Karlsberg

Retail A.G. Kartari

Car Rental Akbar Travels

Food And Beverage CCD

Retail Ashirwad Med Stores

Car Rental Asia Pacific Holidays

Food And Beverage Balaji caterers

Food And Beverage Barista

Retail Bhavika Collections

Banking-ATM’s Canara Bank

Car Rental Carzonrent

Money Exchange Centrum Direct

Retail Crystal Mirage

Retail Da Milano

Retail Florista

Retail Gili

Food And Beverage Hindustan Coca Cola

Retail My Foot Reflexology

Car Rental Hotel Airport Kohinoor

Banking-ATM’s IndusInd bank

Retail Infinity Retail Ltd.

Retail Landmark

Retail Media Mart

Retail Malayala Manorama

Retail Manikanta Hyderabad

Pearls & Jewellers

Retail Network Media

Money Exchange Pheroze Framroze

Food And Beverage Rameshwar Fast Food

Retail Neck ties & More

Car Rental Sahara Hospitality

Food And Beverage Shiv Sagar

Car Rental Silver Cabs

Banking-ATM’s State Bank Of India

Food And Beverage Coffee & More

Food And Beverage IDLI.COM

Food And Beverage Mad Over Donut,

Baskin Robbins,

Crepetaria, Hog Dog,

Hot n Juicy

Food And Beverage CAFECCINO

Retail Jawed Habib Hair

& Beauty

Food And Beverage Balaji caterers

DOMESTIC TERMINAL-1C
RETAIL AND F&B SERVICES

Ethos Timewear

William Penn Writing Instruments

Parcos Fragrances /Men’s

Accessories

Swarovski High-end-Gifts/Jewellery

Croma Electronics and

Gadgets

Media Mart Books, Music, CTN

The Bombay Store Fashion Accessories

Liliput Fashion Accessories

Hidesign Boutique, Fashion Accessories

Holi, Ayesha

TFS - CBTL Food & beverage

TFS - Ultra Bar Food & beverage

TFS - Food court Food & beverage

Idli.com Food & beverage

Curry Kitchen Food & beverage

Domino’s Food & beverage

Nirula’s Food & beverage

Cafeccino Food & beverage

Mad Over Donut Food & beverage

Lounge: Carnations lounge

Transport Facilities From Domestic

Terminals

Transport facilities to reach any destination

in Mumbai: Pre-paid taxis; Meter taxis; Fleet

cabs; Three wheelers; Local transport buses;

Private cars on rent.

Hotels Around Domestic Terminals

Premium hotels: Orchid; Sahara Star;

Grand Hyatt.

Budget hotels include: Avion; Bawa; Atithi

Airport Police Station

(Domestic Terminals): 022-26264659,

022-26156309

INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL-2BC
LOST & FOUND

Tel: +91-9769068860

Unclaimed articles are kept at the airport

manager’s office.

LEFT LUGGAGE/BAGGAGE STORAGE

FACILITY

Trident: Location: +91-9769068860

Arrival Hall.

LOUNGES: Emirates, British Airways.

Clipper, Maharaja, Celebration, IFFA

TRANSPORT FACILITIES FROM

INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL

International terminal is located at Sahar,

east of the suburb of Andheri.

Transport facilities to reach any

destination in Mumbai: Pre-paid taxis,

Meter taxis, Three wheelers, Local transport

buses, Private cars on rent.

Transport to parts of Maharashtra and

Southern states: Private luxury coaches,

Private rental cars,

HOTELS AROUND INTERNATIONAL

TERMINAL:

Premier hotels: ITC Grand Maratha

Sheraton; The Intercontinental; Le Royal

Meridien; Hyatt Regency; The Leela.

Budget hotels: VITS; Kohinoor Continental;

Kumaria Residency; Host International;

Holiday Inn; Mirage; Peninsula Grand

SAHAR POLICE STATION:

022-26826916/26

RETAIL AND F&B SERVICES

Retail Adda Traders

(Lotus Retail)

Car Rental Akbar Travels

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Money Exchange Akbar Travels

Food And Beverage CCD

Car Rental Asia Pacifi c Holidays

Retail Samsonite

Retail Casa Pashma

Money Exchange Centrum Direct

Duty Free DFS INDIA

Food And Beverage H.M Hospitality

Retail Haldiram Foods

International

Retail Hemi’s Exquisite

jewellery

Food And Beverage Hindustan Coca Cola

Food And Beverage Hindustan Unilever Ltd

Food And Beverage Indian Paradise, Pizza

Hut, Noodle, KFC, IIFA

Buzz, Bombay Blue

Bar, Coffee Bean &

Tea Leaf

Retail My Foot Refl exology

Retail Karuturi Flower Express

Retail Krishna Pearls &

Jewellers

Retail Media Mart

Retail O2 Spa

Money Exchange Mercury Travels

Retail Naik Business

Retail Network Media

Food And Beverage Parle Agro

Food And Beverage Pepsico

Money Exchange Pheroze Framroze

Retail Pavers England

Passenger Services Secure Wrap

Food And Beverage Shiv Sagar

Retail Little India

Money Exchange State Bank Of India

Banking-ATM’s State Bank Of India

Food And Beverage KAATI ZONE EXP

Money Exchange Thomas Cook

Money Exchange Travelex

Money Exchange VKC Forex

Car Rental Wheel and Miles

Tours & Travels

Global calling card BHARATI AIRTEL

STD/PCO/ISD Friends Communication

Service

Food And Beverage Chocalate Room

OTHER SERVICES AT CSIA

Medical Facilities:

MI rooms at Domestic & International

terminals, equipped with medical facilities

and doctors available round the clock.

24x7 ambulance services available.

WI-FI:

Enjoy a free, secure and dedicated service

upto 512 kbps speed with a seamless

connectivity across Domestic & International

terminals.

INTER-TERMINAL TRANSPORT

Coaches depart every 20 minutes for

Domestic & International Terminals. Service

is free of cost.

UTILITIES:

Smoking lounge (Ter-1C), Mobile charging

points, Child Care Room, Golf Cart, Baby

Strollers, Information Desk, Kids Zone,

Drinking water & Washrooms at convenient

locations inside and outside terminals.

UNACCOMPANIED MINOR ASSISTANCE

Airline staff takes responsibility of the minor

until handing over to an authorized person

at the destination.

WHEELCHAIR ASSISTANCE

Provided by airlines

ABOUT CSIA

In January 2006, the consortium

led by GVK Group and comprising

Airports Company South Africa and

Bidvest was awarded the mandate to

modernize India’s busiest airport,

the Chhatrapati Shivaji International

Airport (CSIA) at Mumbai. Mumbai

International Airport Pvt. Ltd.

(MIAL), a joint venture

company owned by the

GVK led consortium

(74%) and Airports Authority of India (26%)

was formed in March 2006 to manage

and develop CSIA. At present, CSIA caters

to 25.6 million passengers and handles

around 551,189 tons of cargo annually.

The modernization of CSIA assumes great

signifi cance given Mumbai’s status as

India’s fi nancial capital and its aspirations

to become a key business centre in Asia.

MIAL’s vision is to make CSIA a truly

world-class airport and equip it with the

best possible facilities, infrastructure and

management.

IMMIGRATION & CUSTOMS

EMBARKATION CARDS

Instructions for passengers to fi ll

Disembarkment/Embarkment cards

1. All passengers entering India shall fi ll

up D/E cards. 2. Please ensure before

appearing at the immigration counter

that your D/E cards is completely fi lled. 3.

D/E card should be fi lled only in BLUE or

BLACK ink. 4. All the columns in the cards

should be fi lled up clearly and correctly. 5.

One character to be written in one box.

6. Date of Arrival should be mentioned

in appropriate columns. 7. In case of

foreigners, Visa number and type of Visa to

be mentioned. 8. Please mention Person of

Indian Origin (PIO) card details and in case

Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) card holder

details thereof.

TRAVELLER GUIDELINES:

Clearance Of Incoming Passengers (Green

And Red Channels)

For the purpose of Customs clearance of

arriving passengers, a two channel system

has been adopted.

1. Green Channel for passengers not having

any dutiable goods. 2. Red Channel for

passengers having dutiable goods. 3. All

the passengers shall ensure to fi le correct

declaration of their baggage. 4. Green

channel passengers must deposit the

customs portion of the disembarkation

card to the custom offi cial at the gate

before leaving the terminal. 5. Declaration

of foreign exchange/ currency has to be

made before the custom offi cers in the

following cases: a. where the value of

foreign currency notes exceed US $ 5,000

or equivalent. b. where the aggregate value

of foreign exchange including currency

exceeds US $ 10,000 or equivalent

Prohibited And Restricted Goods: Certain

goods are prohibited or restricted (subject

to certain conditions) for import and/

or export. These are goods of social,

health, environment, wild life and security

concerns. While it is not possible to list all

the goods, more common of these are :

Prohibited Goods: Narcotic Drugs and

Psychotropic substances; Pornographic

material; Counterfeit and pirated goods;

Goods infringing on any of the legally

enforceable intellectual property rights;.

Antiquities.

Restricted Goods: Firearms and

ammunition; Live birds and animals

including pets; Plants and their produce

eg. fruits, seeds; Endangered species of

plants and animals, whether live or dead;

Any goods for commercial purpose:

for profi t, gain or commercial usage;

Radio transmitters not approved for

normal usage; Gold and Silver, other

than ornaments (For import only).

Indian and foreign currency in excess

of prescribed limits: Foreign currency

in excess of US$ 5,000 in the form of

currency notes or equivalent

US$ 10,000 or

equivalent in the form

Airline staff takes responsibility of the minor

until handing over to an authorized person

In January 2006, the consortium

led by GVK Group and comprising

Airports Company South Africa and

Bidvest was awarded the mandate to

modernize India’s busiest airport,

the Chhatrapati Shivaji International

Airport (CSIA) at Mumbai. Mumbai

International Airport Pvt. Ltd.

Antiquities.

Restricted Goods:

ammunition; Live birds and animals

including pets; Plants and their produce

eg. fruits, seeds; Endangered species of

plants and animals, whether live or dead;

Any goods for commercial purpose:

for profi t, gain or commercial usage;

Radio transmitters not approved for

normal usage; Gold and Silver, other

than ornaments (For import only).

Indian and foreign currency in excess

of prescribed limits: Foreign currency

in excess of US$ 5,000 in the form of

currency notes or equivalent

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BAGGAGE RULES
Luggage rules: These are the restrictions
on liquids which can be taken into the
cabin on flights:
1. Volume max. 100 ml 2. Re-sealable 3.
Transparent

Medical and special foods required during
the flight do not need to be carried in the
plastic bag.

Hand Baggage rules: No passenger shall
be permitted to carry more than one-piece
of hand baggage limited to 115 cm
dimension (total length 55cm, breadth
25cm and height 35cm). This will be
exclusive of the following items:

1. Lady’s hand bag. 2. Laptop bag. 3. A
rug or a blanket. 4. A camera or a pair
of binoculars. 5. Reasonable amount of
reading material for the flight. 6. Umbrella
or walking stick. 7. Infant’s feed for
consumption during the flight and infant’s
carrying basket provided an infant is
carried. 8. Collapsible wheel chair and/or
pair of crutches or braces for passenger’s
use if dependent on these. 9. A gift
item purchased from duty shop. 10. An
overcoat or wrap.

HOTELS IN MUMBAI
Samrat Hotel/Singhs Intl Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2600.1234, 3rd Road Next to
Railway Station, Khar, (West), Mumbai,
Maharashtra 400052

Midland Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2611.0413, Lovely House A
Jawaharlal Nehuru Road, Santacruz, (East)
Mumbai. 400056

Royal Orchid Hotel Orchids Wild Orchids
Tel: +91.22.2521.9000,83-A, N.G. Acharya
Marg, Chembur, Mumbai - 400071

Broadway Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2528.0011, 403 Geeta Bhavan
sion Trombay road chembur,Mumbai -
400003

Accord Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2610.3464, 32, J Nehru Road,
Santacruz(E), Mumbai - 400055

Tirupati Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2925.0203,Plot No 1248,Marol
Village,Marol Maroshi Road, Near Marol
Fire Brigade,Mumbai -400069

Residency Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6667.0555, 26, Corner of
D.N. Road and Rustom Sidhwa Marg, Fort,
Mumbai 400001

Park View Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2628.7222, 38, Lalu Bhai Park
Road, Andheri West, Mumbai-400058

Ashray International Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2407.5544, Plot No.12,
Road No.1, Nr Railway Station, Sion (w),
Mumbai-400022

Balwas Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2386.3613, Grant Road 323,M
S Ali Road, Mumbai, 400007

Bandra Residency Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6150.6363, Nr Bandra
Rly Station,Bandra (West), Mumbai,
Maharashtra 400050

Chateau Windsor Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2204.4455, 86, Veer Nariman
Road, Churchgate Mumbai-400020

Four Seasons Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2617.7535, 5, Juhu Tara Road,
Opp. Juhu Church, Juhu,Mumbai- 400 049,
India

Suncity Residency Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2830.6131, 16th Road, MIDC,
Marol, Andheri (E), Mumbai -400093

Neelkiran Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6768.9677, Plot-12, Sector 24,

of currency notes, bank notes or travellers

cheque is required to be declared on arrival.

Foreign currency in excess of amount legally

obtained or in the case of tourists in excess

of the amount declared on arrival or in

excess of the exempted limit of declaration

at the time of departure. Trafficking

in Narcotic Drugs like Heroin, Charas,

Cocaine or in Psychotropic substances is

a serious offence and is punishable with

imprisonment. Export of most species of

wild life and articles made from flora and

fauna such as Ivory, Musk, Reptile skins,

Furs, Shahtoosh etc. is prohibited. For any

clarifications passenger should approach

the Regional Deputy Director (Wildlife

Preservation) Govt. of India or the Chief

Wildlife Wardens of State Governments

posted at Calcutta, Delhi, Mumbai and

Chennai. Export or Import in prohibited and

restricted goods commonly leads to arrest.

Turbhe. Vashi. Navi Mumbai

Centre Point Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6682.4077, TTC 1 Industrial
Area, Turbe, Apmc Market, Vashi,
Mumbai-400705

Tunga Regency Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6680.1818, Plot No. 37, Sector
30-A, Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra
400703

Mirador Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2826.9000, Chakala,131,New
Link Road,Andheri East, Mumbai, 400099

Bawa International Hotel Airport
Tel: +91.22.2611.3636, Nehru Rd, Near
Domestic Airport, Vile Parle East, Mumbai,
(Bombay), Maharashtra 400 099

Ambassador Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2204.1131, Veer Nariman
Road,Churchgate, Mumbai -400 020, India

Ascot Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2287.2105, 38, Garden Road,
Opposite Cusrow Baug, Colaba Causeway,
Mumbai, 400039

Fariyas Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2204.2911, 25 Off Arthur
Bunder Road, Colaba, Mumbai - 400 005

Ramee Guestline Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6693.5555, 462, A B Nair Road,
Juhu, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400049,India

Ritz Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2285.0500, 5 Jamshedji
Tata Road, Churchgate,Marine Lines,
Mumbai-400001

Shalimar Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6664.1000, August Kranti
Marg, Kemps Corner, A.K. Marg, Mumbai
- 400036

Ramee Guestline Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2411.5353, Plot No. 3 Kohinoor
Road, Dadar (e), Mumbai 14, India

Mid Town Pritam Hotel
+91.22.2414.5555, 20-B, Pritam Estates,
Dr.Ambedkar Road, Dadar(E), Mumbai,
India

Orchid An Ecotel Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2616.4040, 70 C, Nehru Road,
Vile Parle (East),Mumbai, Maharashtra -
400099

Grand Hyatt Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6676.1234, Off Western Express
Highway, Santacruz (East), Mumbai, India
400 055

Grand Intercontinental Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6699.2222, Sahar Airport Road,
Andheri (East), Mumbai, Maharashtra -
400059, India

Best Western The Emerald Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6714.4000, Juhu-Tara Road,
Juhu, Mumbai - 400 020

Hilton Tower Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6632.4343, Nariman Point,
Mumbai, Maharashtra -400021, India

Hyatt Regency Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6696.1234, Sahar Airport Road,
Mumbai - 400059, India

Itc Grand Central Sheraton Hotel &
Towers
Tel: +91.22.2410.1010, 287, Dr. Babasaheb
Ambedkar Road, Parel East Parel, Mumbai-
400012

J W Marriott Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6693.3000, Juhu Tara Road,
Mumbai -400049, India

Leela Kempinski Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6691.1234, Sahar,
Andheri(East), Mumbai-400059, India

Marine Plaza Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2285.1212, 29, Marine
Drive,Mumbai - 400 020, Maharashtra,
India.

Oberoi Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6632.5757, Oberoi Towers,
Nariman Point, Mumbai - 400 021,
Maharashtra, India

Park Hotel Belapur
Tel: +91.22.6758.9000, No.1, Sector 10,
CBD Belapur, Mumbai - 400614

Ramada Hotel Palm Grove
Tel: +91.22.2611.2323, Juhu Beach,
Mumbai - 400 049, Maharashtra, India.

Royal Meridien Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2838.0000, Ascort Centre,
Sahar Airport Road Andheri (East),
Mumbai-400099

Sahara Star Hotel
Tel: +91.22.3989.5000, Domestic Airport,
Vile Parle (East), Mumbai - 400 099

Sea Princess Hotel
Tel: +91.22.2661.1111, 969, Juhu Tara
Road, Juhu Beach, Mumbai-00049,
Maharashtra, India

Sun N Sand Hotel
Tel: +91.22.6693.8888, 39, Juhu Beach,
Mumbai - 400 049, India

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