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Colaba Causeway is the street most frequented by tourists.
Colaba Causeway is the street most frequented by tourists. You can buy many pretty trinkets from the street vendors at prices that an Indian would consider exorbitant and most foreigners cheap. Tucked away in a corner is the iconic Mumbai kebab stall of Bade Miyan.
Colaba Causeway, Colaba, Mumbai
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