The desire to shop is not often governed by rational aspects such as money. And if you are on the road, in an entirely different city, more often than not, you will be on a budget. Here are few cheap markets in Mumbai where you can shop till you drop. The list ranges from cheap technology fixes to believable designer replicas.
Here are the top markets in Mumbai you must visit
Linking Road, Bandra
Situated: Right opposite R.D. National College
Best for: Accessories, clothes, shoes for both men and women.
Also check out: Gazebo Shopping Center, Waterfield Road for boutiques and Carter Road for a quick bite. Linking is one of the most popular markets in Mumbai.
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Colaba Causeway, Colaba
Situated: Close to Fort area and Cuffe Parade
Best for: Books, jewelry, handicraft and cloths.
Also check out: The Gateway of India (for obvious reasons) and Cafe Leopold to get a taste of history.
Lokhandwala Market, Andheri
Situated: Near Rhythm Restaurant in Andheri West
Best for: Boutiques, and tailors who can craft you dream outfit for cheap prices.
Also check out: Monsoon Chaat Corner and, Theobroma and Eden Bakery.
Lamington Road, Grant Road
Situated: Near Grant Road railway station.
Best for: Electronics, gadgets, mobile phones, laptops etc.
Also check out: Royal Opera House, India's only surviving opera house. This is one of the markets in Mumbai you must visit if you love tech geek.
Fashion Street, MG Road
Situated: Near Azad Maidan
Best for: High street fashion trends in cheap prices.
Also check out: You won't really have the patience or capacity for anything else after going through 385 shops.
Situated: North of Shivaji Terminus and near J.J. flyover.
Best for: Wholesale home utility products, exotic fruits and pets.
Also check out: Abdul Rehman Street and Lohar Chawl for more cheap and great quality stuff. No list is of markets in Mumbai is complete without the mention of Crawford.
Credits: Eric Parker
Hill Road, Bandra
Situated near: Elco Restaurant
Best for: Hardware, wood work, wholesale general stores and cloth shops
Also check out: Luck restaurant (for biryani) and St. Andrews Church
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Hindmata Market, Parel
Situated near: Siddhivinayak Temple (1.4kms away)
Best for: Wedding shopping and cloth material (both Indian and western textures)
Also check out: The street across for various factory outlets of brands.
Credits: Sudhamshu Hebar
Heera Panna Market
Situated near: Haji Ali Dargah and Maha Laxmi Mandir
Best for: Electronics
Also check out: Haji Ali Dargah and Maha Laxmi Mandir (obviously)
If you know of any other markets in Mumbai except for these, tell us about them in the comments below!
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