This look into South Mumbai begins with a meet up with your guide at the Gateway of India, the most famous landmark of the city, so you can admire its dazzling structure. Then you'll walk down the streets to explore generations of old Arab perfume stores, with the fragrance wafting into the streets. You'll also see the heritage hotel, where so many backpackers looking to discover India congregate. You'll learn more about the diversity of religion in the city with a visit to some of the oldest churches, and afterwards you can have a snack at the city's finest seekh kebab stall ( an optional trip at your own expense). You can then set eyes on the Bombay Yacht Club, where the upper echelons of culture visit and mingle in its bar, restaurant, and sailing facilities. See the Regal Cinema, the first air conditioned theater in India, and learn more about history of the arts in the city through the National Gallery of Modern art and the Delhi Art Gallery. In the David Sassoon library, which is also a Jewish synagogue, you'll learn not just about Jewish culture in the city but also admire the design of the architecture. Head off to the busy commercial area of the city when you see the Bombay Stock Exchange, the Reserve Bank of India and the Oriental Buildings. Your tour goes towards the busy and bustling areas of Horniman Circle, the local Town Hall, up to the facade of the St. Thomas Cathedral, and then the Central Telegraph Office. The Western Railway Headquarters will be your penultimate stop before the tour concludes at the beautiful views of Marine Drive.