Exploring Mumbai's RICHEST Neighborhoods
Mumbai looks like a nightmare for introvert people, with all the random strangers staring and approaching you in the streets, including extremely pushy street vendors
Foreigners mindset in India -
No Google maps
No Uber cabs
No metros / subways
cop: you can’t shoot video
peter: i am from USA
cop: ok welcm
The slums near the rich towers house people who provide services to the rich.
Mehnaz Hyder, MD
I am now experiencing this type in street culture shock in San Francisco that I used to get on childhood trips to India. Street people in India are so entrepreneurial and trying to change their life. Can’t say the same for the decline in SF
13:18 lady calling ambani home ugly , meanwhile - ambani laughing in his private plane
Bill C Thompson - Live Healthy, Finish Strong
I am turning 65 next month and I can’t tell you how many people I told, “Work as a server in a restaurant when you are young and the people skills you learn will serve you well the rest of your life.” I firmly believe that!
this rich people must be just hiding all their luxury behind high walls
Hope you enjoyed your stay here in India!!
I have always admired Asia's different cultures. Specially India! I love the food, clothes, music, art, movies, etc.... I can't wait to go! As soon as I get better I'm out to travel, this time is going to be Asia!
Wow, completely different in India, people's friendly, polite child, especially the beach is very comfortable, very beautiful, and completely different impression, is worth traveling city of mumbai, and thanks for sharing! 1
It’s Meco City for me. That one place that makes me feel so alive!! Meco City is stunning! Would love to see Mumbai one day! Great video!
India is awesome.
The security guy from Mukesh Ambanis place was actually meaning "yes, its okay to film" by his headshake. :)
The year I spent in India taught me how to be patient!! It wasn’t easy but I enjoyed every day of it.
Ntando NBS Mncube
I agree everyone needs to visit India at some point
I was in Mumbai several years ago. It was very interesting. I just stayed in the old part and walked everyday. There was so much to see and people were very friendly. India in general is an zing place to visit. Yes, there are a lot of problems, but still you’ll experience and see things that are incredible.
Fascinating to see that much has changed in India, but nothing has changed! Those big new motorways and bridges were not there when I visited, but the upmarket apartments, cheek by jowel with the street poverty and the curious citizenry enquiring where you have come from and answering questions with that enigmatic headnod... You are so everyone should visit India at least once and if they do get out in those streets which are unlike almost anywhere else.
Everybody here has there own short cuts to reach a destination
Mehtab Ahmed Sindhi
Mumbai looks much cooller than I had thought. Love from Pakistan
You're , the wealth of Mumbai lies behind those inaccessible walls...
Thank you for showing the rich side of India, unlike some media outlets *cough* BBC, CNBC *cough*
My journey to India was also incredible , I liked the way culture varied from South to North , even languages and skin tones . At last I
got that India has many cultures and everyone there is different , some r friendly some r very rude , some always bother others some are totally ignorant .
India is on my list to visit
I love Indian culture, and the food is a feast for vegetarians. ~Juli
.india is one of the countries that I really wanted to visit for its zing culture
The constant noise of horns all day long must be overwhelming for someone who is not used to it.
"Half of the population lives in slum" but they still own flat screen TV, fridge, and very often Air Conditioner. They live in slums because land is at massive premium in a densely populated city. Our plumber in Pune who runs a big plumbing business in high-rise luxury apartment blocks, his wife owns 2 eateries for IT-Profis, used to live in a Mumbai "slum" just 2 years ago, doing nearly the same in Mumbai.
Thank ytou for showing us India! Beautiful country, beautiful people! Blessings!
M gonna be honest the world's 2nd most expensive home looks like a ongoing contruction building