Mumbai is rich in culture, and this half day tour takes you into the city to experience two of its most famous cultural features. With your English or Chinese speaking guide, you'll first head to Churchgate station to see the dabbawalas and their carts. The dabbawalas of Mumbai have captured the interest of the world, having been photographed in action. This veritable army of men in almost uniform traditional garb deliver homecooked, traditional food every day to over 200,000 individuals all over the city. What started out with one customer had swelled immensely over the years, to the point that they needed an alphanumeric color coding system to be able to indicate which food containers go where. Your guide will take you to see segregating boxes and transfer them into the trolleys. You'll hop onto a train that takes you to Mahalaxmi Station where you'll be able to watch the dabbawalas in action. Your guide will explain their history and how they have risen to the point that even the finest businessmen in the world are studying their methods and their success. You'll even learn what the numbers and colors of their specialized coding system means. Afterwards, you head to the open air laundry area in Mumbai called Dhobi Ghat. This immense laundromat is full of dhobis who work and toil under the sky every day to clean clothes and linens from hotels and hospitals. Walk amongst the rows of wash pens and flogging stones and let your guide tell you how they are used and how much work happens in this area every day. Your can choose to have lunch at a local cafe before being dropped off at your hotel.