5-star comedy, chill with the horses: Five things to do in Mumbai this weekend

Make the most of your weekend today with delicious chaat, Naga Food Festival and a pyjama party. Here are our top five picks in Mumbai.

Horses have, for centuries, been used fordue to their keen emotional radars that sharply sense human feelings. They’ve helped people suffering from ADHD, autism, eating disorders, abuse, depression and anxiety to cope with their condition. Dr. Khushboo Shah, personally curates and conducts the program. The workshop is for duration of 2-4 days and is conducted in groups of at least 10 participants. You also get to pick your own fruits and vegetables to whip up your own salad.
Where: Soex Flora Farm Village Takwe, Taluka, Vadgaon, Maharashtra 412106

Duration: 2-4 days

Chaat and Chill

SodaBottleOpnerWala’s got you covered.

Want to indulge in street food without having to head to the street? Well, SodaBottleOpnerWala got you covered. The Bombay-Irani Café and bar has a special monsoon menu. The inspiration behind this menu is a perfect blend of the flavours found on the streets of Mumbai as well as Delhi. You can find pakodas such as marcha na cheese poppers, Mangalorean prawns and coconut bhajia, twisted papeta bhajia, daal ka bhajiya, ccp – chutney paneer pakoda and lots more.
Where: SodaBottleOpnerWala across the city
When: Ongoing

Pyjama Party
Head toin your pyjamas. Yes, you read that right. They are hosting a PJ party and there will also be stylish teepees where you can click some insta-worthy selfies by the photo booth while you challenge your friends for a fun filled pillow fight. There are also spot prizes. And if you dress to impress, you get a chance to be Pyjama King/Queen which comes with prizes. So, dress down to go out this weekend.
Where: Hard Rock Cafe Andheri
When: July 27 at 9pm onward

Naga Food Festival at St. Regis

Naga Food Festival at The St Regis Mumbai

Hosting a special Nagaland food festival this July at Seven Kitchens, the St Regis team is proud to celebrate India. There are sixteen main tribes in Nagaland, each with similar yet unique traditions and practices. Chef Karen from Dzouka is set to roll out an exclusive dinner that promises to transport you to this beautiful state, with every bite. A traditional Naga meal comprises of a kind of smoked, dried or fermented meat paired with rice as a staple and array of home-made sauces for added definition and flavour.
Where: Seven Kitchen, Level 9M, The St.Regis
When: Till July 28, 8pm onward

5-star comedy
If you’re looking for some laughs, don’t miss corporate funny man Anshu Mor. He started his journey in the comedy world and became a full time stand-up comedian in 2016 after quitting as the head of Xbox business atat the age of 44. In 3 years, he has performed over 350 shows in India and abroad. He has 4 stand-up solo specials and over 12 million views on hischannel.
Where: Sofitel Mumbai BKC
When: July 27 at 6 pm and 9 pm

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India has always treasured its perennial glory when it comes to culture and history. From man-made marvels to natural wonders, the country offers a plethora of stunning sites that should be at the top of every travelers bucket list.

Travelyaari, the leading online bus ticketing platform, shares an insight on the handpicked locations of top 10 world heritage sites listed by UNESCO.