The city of dreams, Mumbai is known for its undying madness and chaotic life. From roadside shopping to clubbing from Vadav Paav to street food, the city has a lot in store for you. Mumbai is a huge metropolitan city where people from all walk of life, come for the gratification of new age dreams. As it is growing in the commerce and business sector, there is another side that is booming at a miraculous pace. It is the street shopping culture of Mumbai, that is attracting many tourists and becoming a top choice for a tailor-made travel. With a tour of the Chor Bazaar in Mumbai and various other street shops, it offers a pleasant experience as you have lots of places to go to where you can bargain.
Where to shop on the streets of Mumbai
Mumbai is home to some of the best malls as well as hosts of other outlets of the most popular Indian and international brands. Apart from all these, there are street shopping venues in the city, which is a crowd-pleasing for people staying in Mumbai and definitely worth a visit. For a guided Mumbai shopping tour provided below is the information on some of the popular places to shop.
Colaba Causeway Market a storehouse of Junk Jewellery
Located in the vicinity of the Taj Mahal and Gateway of India the entire region of the Cloba causeway market is full of vendors that sell
Inspect your fashion sense on the Fashion Street
Just about ten minutes from Colaba a tour of Fashion Street in Mumbai is a delight for fashion conscious people. A wide stretch of pavement is covered with 150 shops that sell trendy clothes where you can find steals and deals for your wardrobe. All you need to do is stick to your right find, be patient and you’ll be surprised at the amazing bargain the designer dresses, tops, and trousers, you’ll excavate from the never-ending line of stores on a private shopping tour in Mumbai.
Zaveri Bazaar, a best find out for golds and silver
A prime destination for things to do in Mumbai, Zaveri Bazaar is the biggest
If you lose something in Mumbai you can find at Chor Bazaar
Known for selling stolen goods, Chor Bazaar is one of the major tourist attractions of Mumbai. The existence of the market, which was originally called Shor Bazaar dates back to the time when the British ruled India. They couldn’t pronounce ‘Shor’ and eventually, it became ‘Chor,’ and in spite of its reputation, Chor Bazaar is the busiest and popular, selling second-hand goods, antique and vintage objects that retain its old world charm. If it is your first time in the city and you are probably wondering how to reach Chor Bazaar in Mumbai? It is advisable to take a local bus, auto rickshaw or taxi.
Spices to handicraft, at Crawford Market you’ll find everything and more
A wholesale, retail, Crawford Market started a humble beginning with a food and vegetable in 1869. But, today it’s a storehouse of everything ranging from spices, condiments, home decor, clothes, accessories, shoes, imported food items, and souvenirs. Located very close to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, it is a treasure hunt for the cosmetic product. If bargained correctly, it can be sold at the lowest price. You can also find many Chinese toys, artificial pieces of
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