Mumbai is a city of “genuine warmth” and has great potential for photography, a travel writer has said.

Mumbai is a city of “genuine warmth” and has great potential for photography, a travel writer has said.

“It’s a palette more intense and vibrant than most major cities; if you peel back one layer, you might reveal a hundred more. The prospect is overwhelming,” wrote Jean-Paul Pelosi for the Sydney Morning Herald.

Travellers flying to Mumbai will find it is a city full of energy that never stops moving, he added.

He went on to say that it is a place of possibilities and the colours of the streets – browns, dusty reds, yellows, oranges, blues, pinks, greens and greys – offer a perfect scene for a photograph or two.

Mumbai is the most populated city in the world with a population of approximately 16.4 million people.

People headed on holiday to India should take time to visit the sacred district of Mumbai – Banganga Tank – or spend the day shopping in the bazaars of the city, according to Lonely Planet.

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