Top 12 Best Places For Shopping in Mumbai

Top 12 Best Places For Shopping in Mumbai

Glitz, glamor, Bollywood, these are some of the things that come to mind when we think of dream city Mumbai. Mumbai is world internationally renowned with India being the capital of the glamor industry. There are a variety of shops and ferry walks from the bustling street of the city, which sell a huge variety of products. Unless you see these famous markets for shopping in Mumbai and do not experience the joy of shopping, your Mumbai trip is incomplete.

If you are planning a trip to India then Mumbai is definitely one of the best places to visit. From decorating your home and from clothes, to jewelry you will get a feel of paradise while shopping on the streets of Mumbai.

1. Chor Bazaar

Chor Bazaar

There is hardly any market in the world that would be proud of its reputation as a “Chor Bazaar”, but who said that this Mumbai market would follow the norms of the world? The bustle of Chor Bazaar is a paradise for antique lovers located in the city of dreams. Like its name, the items sold here are also unique.

Antiques,vintage items, bronze items,trash and treasure.

Mutton Street, between SV Patel and Moulana Shaukat Ali Roads, near Mohammad Ali Road in south Mumbai.

Jaslok Hospital & Research Centre,
15 - Dr. Deshmukh Marg, Pedder Road, Mumbai - 400 026.
Tel No.: 022-4017 3333 / 022-4017 3010,
Fax. No.: 23520508
Website: https://www.jaslokhospital.net/
E-mail : online@jaslokhospital.net

2. Zaveri Bazaar

Zaveri Bazaar

If you are looking for jewelry then Zaveri Bazaar is a good place. From gold-silver and diamond jewelry or cheap jewelry to expensive, you can find a wide variety of crafted jewelry and buy decorative items.

Indian-style gold, platinum and diamond jewelry. Silver and imitation jewelry are also available.

Daily from morning until night, except Sundays.

Between Crawford Market and Mumbadevi temple. From Crawford Market, walk along Sheik Memon Street leading to Jama Masjid.

3. Linking Road

Linking Road

Located in Bandra, Linking Road is a home for shoppers who love bargaining. Bargains are available here and you can buy the latest fashion clothes at reasonable prices on Linking Road. The latest clothes, shoes, and cheap jewelry have it all in Linking Road. From shops to street hawks, Linking Road has all kinds of options. You can stop a little from shopping and relax in some spas, cafes or restaurants.

Indian traditional clothes, children's clothes, shoes, bags, belts, fashion accessories.

 Daily from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.

 Linking Road, Bandra West (starts from Waterfield Road intersection).

4. Colaba Causeway

Colaba Causeway

The Colaba Causeway is a haven for fashion and food. Handicrafts, books, clothes, shoes, accessories are all available here. This market offers happiness for everyone, bags and purses, shoes, artifacts, glazers bohemian style clothes, etc. You can buy it here. When you are tired of bargaining, enjoy a roadside meal here. If you want to sit and relax a little after the pleasure of your shopping, you can head towards the famous Leopold Cafe.

Handicrafts, books, junk jewelry, crystals, brass items, incense, clothes.

Daily from morning until night.

Colaba Causeway, south Mumbai.

5. Fashion Street

Fashion Street

From western clothes to Indian clothes and shirts, clothes for children, whether you are buying for yourself or someone else, you can buy all the clothes on Mumbai’s Fashion Street. Extremely popular among Mumbaikars, Fashion Street is the ideal place to shop for fashionable clothes at the best prices. If you are not crazy for brands and still prefer to shop then Fashion Street in Mumbai is a must-visit. Fashion Street is considered one of the best shopping places in Mumbai.

Clothes, shoes, belts.

Daily from morning until night.

MG Road, south Mumbai. Near Metro Cinema and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Victoria Terminus) railway station, opposite Azad Maidan.

6. Dharavi Leather Market

Dharavi Leather Market

This place is particularly famous for purchasing leather goods. There are more than 200 shops here, which only get leather items. The best thing is that they do not cost too much.

Leather jackets, bags, backpacks, wallets, belts, shoes.

Daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

90 Feet Road and adjoining Sion-Bandra Link Road, Dharavi, Sion, central Mumbai.

7. Inorbit Mall, Malad

Inorbit Mall, Malad

In 2004, when Malad was developing as the main hub of Mumbai’s call center, Inorbit Mall was the first and large retail space, becoming extremely popular over the years. With the largest international fashion brand, beauty and wellness, game arcade, multiplex, and food court, this mall has become a place of attraction for the people. You can take your groceries and household necessities, approach the hyper city with the mall for shopping-related to food and electronics.

11 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. daily (food court open until 11 p.m.).

Link Road, Malad West.

8. Hindmata Bazar

Hindmata Bazar

If you like Indian clothes more, then you must go to this wholesale textile market in Dadar. Small shops have different dress and readymade designs, this place will be liked by those who like to see the different dress in their clothes wardrobe every day. Sarees, salwar kameez, suits, lehenga, sherwani, and gowns or suits, and even formal office dresses will be found under one roof. The prices here are less than the market price

Sarees, salwar kameez, suits, lehenga, sherwani, and gowns or suits, and even formal office dresses

The establishment is functional on
Monday:- Closed
Tuesday - Saurday : 10:00 Am - 8:30 Pm

90 Feet Road and adjoining Sion-Bandra Link Road, Dharavi, Sion, central Mumbai.

9. Palladium Mall, Lower Parel

Palladium Mall, Lower Parel

Located on the campus of the popular High Street Phoenix Mall in Lower Parel, the Palladium is a notch of high fashion and luxury. Here you will find new collections of Jimmy Choo, everything is found in the Palladium. If you have money in your purse then from here you will go satisfied and happy.

462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400013

10. Hill Road, Bandra

Hill Road, Bandra

Bandra’s shopping street, Hill Road, is quite popular among locals who want to refinish their wardrobe. It is up to you to decide whether you will shop inside a luxurious boutique, or buy the same from the people who sell goods on the roadside. For dining options, you can taste the burger from Hearsch Bakery for which it is famous.

Bandra West Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050

11. Natraj Market

Natraj Market

This Mumbai market is the best for buying bridal wear. Sarees, suits, lehengas, and gowns each have such a variety, of which it is very difficult to find the perfect one for yourself. There are about 100 shops here. Apart from clothes, you can also shop for jewelry, footwear, plastics, and kitchenware from here on a budget.

Monday - Saturday: 10 AM TO 8 PM
Sunday Will Be: Closed

Station Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra

12. Dadar Flower Market

Dadar Flower Market

Dadar Flower Market is one of the largest flower markets in India. This market is also known as Phool Gali. You can go here anytime from 4.30 am to 9 pm. From roses to jasmine, marigold to orchids, all kinds of flowers are found here. There is not even a place to set foot in the wedding season.

Fresh flowers.

Most of the action happens from about 4 a.m. to 9 a.m., although the market is open all day. It's particularly busy during festivals, especially Dussehra.

Next to Dadar railway station. Tulsi Pipe Road, between Dadar and Parel, in central south Mumbai.