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Mumbai/Bombay Honeymoon Recommendations Needed...

Chili | Aug 14, 200206:58 PM     2

I will be getting married in Mumbai in late December. Although I spent the first few years of my life their, I have been living in Canada since age 4. My last visit to India was 10 years ago! Although we will be heading to Paris shortly after the wedding, we'd like to spend a few days first enjoying the "good life" of Mumbai - something I have never done. So, any information on the following would be greatly appreciated:

1. What are the best high-end restaurants in the city and what kind of prices are we talking about?

2. What are the best luxury hotels in the city? My quick perusal of the 'net suggests the Taj Mahal and Oberoi.

3. For a Torontonian couple, what would you recommend as a good night spot, e.g., a dance club, and what is considered the appropriate male/female dress code for such a place?

4. Any other "must-do" Mumbai things...?

I am clearly out of touch with my old city, so your recommendations will be much appreciated!

Thanks very much...

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