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Now dine in floating restaurants in Mumbai



Now you have two more reasons to visit Mumbai. The financial capital of India today got two floating restaurants ‘Neverland’ and ‘Sea Yah’, which were inaugurated by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.

The restaurants will operate near Gateway of India and Marine Drive. The restaurants can accommodate 450 people at a time. However, dining there won’t be that cheap. As per ANI, the minimum cost per 2 persons will be around Rs 5,000.

However, it isn’t a first for India. The calm waters of the Chapora River, near Morjim village in Goa, are dotted with many restaurants. Karnataka Tourism’s Cruise N Dine along the shores of Mangaluru is popular too.

Kerala Tourism too runs a floating restaurant in Thiruvananthapuram. Towards the eastern coast, the floating restaurant introduced by the Puducherry Tourism on the Arasalar River in Karaikal and Tamil Nadu’s Aquana in Chennai’s backwaters feature on the bucket list of many tourists.

Ganga Vihar, in the waters of River Ganga, in the state of Bihar by the State run tourism board is popular with pilgrims and those want to enjoy an authentic piece of the local cuisine.

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