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Can you believe it, this is the only Chinese temple in Mumbai. Located in a peaceful corner in one of the by lanes of Mazgaon, this place hardly has any footfalls. There is however a lot of activity during the Chinese New year as it's...More
After reading couple of blogs on Mumbai's only chinese temple, i was very curious to visit this place.. thanks to google map, it dropped me right outside the place. I read about it that temple was on 2nd floor and it was locked.. thn i...More
this place is tucked away and we had some difficulty finding it (despite using google map) and ultimately reached the place with some help from local people (Ask for the chinese temple)..we selected the best day to visit-ie. the Chinese New year and probably the...More
Date of experience: January 2017
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One of the seven islands of the original Bombay, Byculla is one of the most evolved neighbourhoods in Mumbai that has consistently rebuilt itself for the modern-day locals while keeping its confluence of heritage and history intact. Once a home to only the wealthy, Byculla is today a home to the most diverse communities like Parsis, Iranians, Christians, Jews,
Portugese, Maharashtrians and Muslims. While the akharas (wrestling joints), world-famous Dhobi Ghat, Mumbai’s only zoo are all sprinkled across this suburb, the roads quickly lead to the more popular areas of the Haji Ali Dargah, Race Course and the Mahalakshmi Temple within a few minutes.