Things to do this Weekend

5 Things to do in Mumbai this Weekend

Updated: 1 Oct 2017

Give the movie and mall routine a skip this weekend and try something a little out of the box with these hand-picked ideas for things to do in Mumbai over the coming weekend.

Diwali Lights, things to do in MumbaiEco-Friendly Diwali Lights Workshop

When: Saturday, 7 Oct

Where: Dadar

What is it about:

This Diwali bring home something new by recycling something old. Learn to make artistic lamps from bottles and turn old glasses into beautiful tea light lamps. Paint and design your own decorations, while enjoying a relaxing weekend learning something new.

The workshop will be conducted in a small batch, so each participant gets plenty of attention. And will use techniques that are easy to replicate at home without any special equipment or tools.

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dreamcatcher workshop, things to do in MumbaiDreamcatcher Weaving Workshop

When: Saturday, 7 Oct

Where: Vile Parle

What is it about:

Native American culture believes the night air is filled with dreams, both good and bad. When a Dreamcatcher is hung near your bed, swinging freely, the dream catcher absorbs those dreams as they flow by. The positive dreams slip through the hole in the centre of the dream catcher and glide down the feathers to the person below, while the negative dreams get caught up in the web and expire when the first rays of the sun strike.

This workshop will teach you how to make delicate and intricate pieces using weaves of a thread, beads and feathers and guide you to create your very own Dreamcatcher. So, come and learn to weave your dreamcatcher in your most loved colours and combinations.

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Harishchandragadh Trek, things to do in MumbaiHarishchandragadh Trek With Overnight Camping In Caves

When: Saturday, 7 Oct

Where: Harishchandragadh

What is it about:

The Trek to Harishchandragad  – no stranger to the trek lovers of Mumbai, is a physically daunting and visually rewarding adventure experience. Situated in one of the remotest parts of the Kalsubai – Harishchandragadh Sanctuary,  the Fort is famous for its rugged terrain and offers a view of various flora and fauna on the way to the top.

The biggest attraction here is Konkankada – one of the biggest cliffs in the Sahyadris, fascinating many people from years together. Facing the Konkan side, the cliff looks down upon the Konkan with a breathtaking view of the surrounding region. Also known as a ‘Cobra’s hood’, the spot attracts adventure lovers throughout the year.

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Bandra Walking Tour, things to do in MumbaiBandra Past & Present: A Heritage Walk

When: Sunday, 8 Oct

Where: Bandra

What is it about:

This walk is an exploration of the unique physical spaces, character and cultures of contemporary Bandra, its history and legacies, and its negotiation of the same. History, belief, art, architecture, culture, conservation and change are some of the themes highlighted on this walk. These walk experiences aim to deepen public understanding and appreciation for the city’s many stories and legacies and, in turn, encourage their preservation.

Join Alisha Sadikot as she unravels the unique physical spaces, character and cultures of contemporary Bandra; the neighbourhood’s history and legacies, and the manner in which its citizens preserve and negotiate the same today.


 

South Mumbai Bicycle & Breakfast Tour

When: Sunday, 8 Oct

Where: Colaba

What is it about:

When was the last time you visited South Mumbai on a weekend. The bustling roads and hurrying feet take a break to let the beautiful Victorian-era town take centre stage once again. And what better way to see it than a bicycle tour with like-minded folks (hey, where else in Mumbai can you really cycle in peace these days). Starting from Colaba Causeway and ending up all the way at Marine Drive, this Bicycle Tour of South Mumbai is one for the nostalgic.

You will be provided with street-ready bicycle, helmets and a very talkative tour guide. Pedaling through the streets where Victoria carriages once roamed (and still do), you will catch all the famous landmarks and a classic “town-side breakfast at an Iranian cafe.

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