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Compare Cheap Sydney to Mumbai Flights

Book cheap return flights from Sydney to Mumbai and discover the largest city in India. Located on the west coast, Mumbai is home to fascinating historical monuments, colourful markets, and the country's booming Bollywood film industry. Flights from Sydney take 14 hours, making Mumbai a great destination for the summer or winter break. With affordable accommodation options, activities and cheap local food, it's the perfect city for Aussie student travellers on a budget. Plan your trip around the country's many festivals like Holi or Diwali and immerse yourself in India's unique and vibrant culture.

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The best time to visit Mumbai is during the winter months. From October to March, the weather is cool and humidity levels are low. The comfortable temperatures make it bearable to explore attractions like Chowpatty beach and the Hanging Garden. If you want to experience Mumbai's biggest festival, Ganesh Chaturthi, book cheap airfares to Mumbai for travel over late August to early September. The summers in Mumbai are hot and sticky. Temperatures rise to 38℃ and don't drop below 25℃ from March to May. However, if you can handle the humid conditions, you'll find cheap flights from Sydney to Mumbai and hotels slash their prices.

Departing From Sydney

Sydney Airport (SYD) is one of the largest and busiest airports in Australia. It operates regular flights from SYD to Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) with major airlines such as Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, and Qantas. On your way to India, you can choose from a variety of layover destinations such as Singapore, Bali and Kuala Lumpur.

 

Getting to Sydney Airport Airport

Take the T8 Airport Line train to the airport and avoid the city's notorious gridlocked traffic. It runs from the CBD every 10 minutes between 5am to midnight every day. If you want to save money getting to the departure terminals, hop on board local bus route 400. It costs only $5.60 AUD per person to go to the airport. For groups of travellers or people with large bags, it's best to take an Uber or metered taxi to Sydney Airport. A one-way trip from the city centre costs on average $45 to 55 AUD and takes 20 minutes if there's no traffic.

Parking at Sydney Airport

There are a variety of parking options at Sydney Airport for international travellers. If you want to save money and time, book your spot online.

Where to Park at Sydney Airport

Guaranteed space: The guaranteed space lot is only available to be booked online. It's also the most convenient option, with a three-minute walk to the T1 terminal. P7: If you forget to book your parking online, leave your car in the P7 lot. It's five minutes from the T1 Terminal and costs $61 AUD per day. Blue Emu: This is the cheapest parking option at SYD, but it's located 15-minutes away from the airport. You can use the free 24-hour shuttle bus to get to and from the terminals.
 

Arriving in Mumbai

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM) is the second busiest airport in India. It won the Skytrax World Airport Award for "Best Airport in India and Central Asia" in 2016 and is a hub for the regional carrier, Air India.

Getting From Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport to Your Mumbai Hotel or Accommodation

The easiest and best way to get from BOM to your hotel is with a taxi. There are two types of cabs available at the airport: metered and prepaid taxis. If you want to avoid any hassles, use the prepaid option as the fare is fixed. Alternatively, Uber is also available at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport. Meet your driver at the designated pickup point outside the arrivals hall and use the free WiFi to request a ride. If you're on a budget or you have time to get get to your hotel, you can take a bus or a rickshaw from the airport to one of the nearby train stations. From there you transfer to the line that will take you to your final destination.

Things to do in Mumbai

Go to the Gateway of India

The Gateway of India is the city's most recognised monument. Constructed in 1924, it's where the last of the British troops departed and marked India's independence in 1947.

Book a Bollywood Tour

Mumbai is the centre of India's Bollywood film industry. Book a tour of Film City and explore the colourful movie sets or even sign up to be an extra.

Visit the Elephanta Caves

The Elephanta Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are worth seeing while you're in Mumbai. You can get there by taking a ferry to the island where the two ancient rock caves await.

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