Mumbai city is known for its wonderful people, vada pav, the rainy showers and boastful street markets. People from all walks of life visit these street markets and enjoy shopping there. If you are planning to visit Mumbai, it is advisable to add these street markets in your to-do list. Mumbai is the hub of amazing things like roadside side shopping, clubs, street food and many more things to explore. If you are not sure about where to go for street shopping, here is a list of must-visit street markets in Mumbai that can make your visit worth.
Colaba Causeway is at the top of this list because your trip will not be complete without making it to Colaba. It is located where the famous ‘Leopold Cafe’ is. The market is at a walking distance from Taj hotel and Gateway of India, the entire lane is filled with small vendors that sell mostly junk jewellery. The options and prices are good at the market; you just need to use your bargaining game a little. Handbags, shoes, watches, sunglasses, dresses, and clothes are the other options you have.
Fashion Street is one of the oldest street shopping places in Mumbai. It is famous for high street fashion trends at cheap prices. If you are looking for inexpensive pieces of denim, trousers, footwear, tops or dresses, Fashion Street can be a great choice. The market has bustling crowd all time of the day.
Linking Road should be your top destination for street shopping in Mumbai. The market if full of shack-style shops selling affordable and on-trend clothes, jewellery, footwear and accessories. Linking road is for both men and women. Linking Road street market is also home to some expensive showrooms and boutiques.
Crawford market is chaotic, colourful and traditional street shopping place in Mumbai. It is one of the oldest markets in the city. Crawford Market or Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai, as it is officially known now, is famous for its wholesale shops selling fruits and veggies, home décor items, bags, makeup, toys and spices, etc.