Chathrapati Shivaji International Airport connects Mumbai to various cities across the globe. Numerous airlines including British airways, Singapore Airlines, Qantas, Lufthansa, Emirates, Air India, Oman Air among other airlines fly into and from Mumbai. The domestic terminal is a few kilometres away and there are shuttle services connecting both. There are numerous taxi services that one can hire to reach the city centre from the airport.
Numerous private operators run buses to Mumbai from other Indian cities such as Pune, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Nagpur, among others. One can also drive into Mumbai from other cities as it is well-connected by national highways.
Trains connect Mumbai with almost every other city in the country. The main stations are Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Dadar Terminus and Mumbai central.
There are cruise liners from Mumbai to international cities including Dubai, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. These service are only few in numbers at the moment.
Local Trains - Mumbai has a wide network of suburban rail that connects most parts of the city. There are three lines- Central main line, Western line and Harbour line. Local trains are the life of Mumbai as most people take them to travel to work and back home. However, they can be quite crowded during rush hours in the morning and evening.
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Visitors to India mush obtain a visa from an Indian diplomatic mission unless they are from a country which has visa-free travel provision to India. India offers visa-free entry to the citizens of Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives (for 90 days). Travelers having an Overseas Citizens of India document or a Person of Indian Origin Card are also exempted from obtaining Indian visa.
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