Shopping Areas of Mumbai



Mumbai city is a shopaholic's paradise. Tourists visiting Mumbai can spend lazy afternoon hours browsing through the display window of the various malls.The eminent shopping areas in Mumbai include downtown Mumbai, Colaba, Dadar, Bandra, Juhu and Linking Road, etc.

Mumbai abounds in shops and stores that sell anything and everything ranging from clothes, books and handicrafts to antique pieces. The exuberant city has shops and bazaars not only in its uptown areas but also in the pavements. The handicrafts emporiums and fresh consumables available in Crawford Market paint a vivid picture of the quintessential Indian marketplace. The affordable and trendy clothes and accessories sold in Colaba Causeway, Zaveri Bazaar, and Fashion Street are frequented by college goers and teenagers looking to make a quick buy. The five star hotels also have their own plush stores selling designer wear.

One of the prime shopping areas in Mumbai includes the Colaba and Flora Fountain area in the epicenter of south Mumbai. Strategically located at an arm's length from the Victoria Terminus and Church gate railway stations, pedestrians can pick up shoes, cotton clothes, kaftans, books and ethnic artifacts.

Dadar is another shopper's paradise with thronging crowds looking to strike a quick bargain in the lively milieu and buy some pretty cotton apparels, saris and children's clothes, etc.

The uncontested monarch of Mumbai's suburbs, Bandra is one of the most posh areas of the city where the elite citizens and celebrities reside. With Khar by Linking Road in its vicinity, the flamboyant mega stores housing the major brands find place on both sides of the Bandra roads. However tourists will also find smaller shops in Bandra.



Last Updated on 28 May 2013





     


     

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