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7 Markets Of Mumbai That Are Loved By All Shopaholics

August 18, 2022 | 6:06 PM By your-space
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The bustling city of Mumbai has so much to offer for everyone. The city is a culmination of different cultures, iconic landmarks, beautiful coastlines, bustling markets and much more. Renowned for its educational institutes as well, Mumbai welcomes students from across the country with open arms. Famous universities and colleges such as Mithibai College, NMIMS, Tata Institute of Social Sciences and IIT attract thousands of students every year. If you have been selected in the college of your choice in Mumbai, you will never get bored during your leisure time as the city has tonnes of things you can enjoy and destinations you can cover. 

One of the many things to do in Mumbai is to visit its markets which are famous amongst shopaholics and have been around for years. From clothes and shoes to jewellery and books, these markets listed below are bound to keep you busy with their extravagant collections. 

Chor Bazar:

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Mumbai’s largest flea market, Chor Bazar is perfect for all your decor needs. If you are looking forward to amping up your student accommodation you can head to this market for vintage decor, old wood furniture, LPs, leather-bound books, old movie posters and more. While there you can also grab some ice cream at the iconic Taj Ice Cream Parlour.

Linking Road and Hill Road:

Located in Bandra West, both these roads will keep you occupied with their wide variety of clothes, shoes and accessories. A paradise for all street shopping lovers, the markets are dotted with street vendors and also have branded showrooms where you can find the trendiest outfits and jewellery. Bargaining is a common practice here, so make sure to brush up your skills before you head to these markets. Linking Road and Hill Road are easily accessible from our pg in Chunabhatti so you can easily take a weekend trip to these markets with your roommates.

Colaba Causeway:

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Colaba Causeway is a shopper’s paradise with its endless offerings of trendy clothes, footwear, home decor, leather goods, jewellery and more. Located amidst the buildings from the Victorian era, the market also keeps you busy with its stunning architecture besides having some of the most amazing shopping options. If you love all things jewellery, you can find a wide array of earrings, necklaces and bracelets at reasonable prices over here. After a long day of shopping, you can chill at the iconic eateries such as the Leopold Café and Café Churchill located within the Colaba Causeway. Don’t forget to click a picture or two at the Gateway of India while here! 

Flora Fountain:

Colaba Causeway market: One of city's must-visit places, a haven for  bargain hunters | Cities News,The Indian Express

If you are a bibliophile who prefers reading books in their most natural form, make sure to pay a visit to the vast book market near Flora Fountain. You can find almost all genres of books including classics, thrillers, romance, and even comics over here. If you are looking for books related to the course you are studying, you can easily pick them from this market.

Fashion Street:

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True to its name, Fashion Street is a hit amongst students due to its trendy and budget-friendly offerings. The market has almost everything from designer knock-offs to surplus clothing along with shoes and accessories.  

Lokhandwala Market:

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The market offers everything from clothes to shoes and even accessories. One of the oldest open-air markets in Mumbai, Lokhandwala market even has household items and electronics. Head here if you are looking to buy fashionable clothes to wear to college.

Kala Ghoda Pavement Gallery:

Lined along the pavement surrounding the famous Jehangir Art Gallery, Kala Ghoda Pavement Gallery is a must-visit market for all art enthusiasts. Young and budding artists showcase their work at this market and even sell it for reasonable prices. You can find all kinds of artwork here and even interact with the artists to know more about their inspiration for the art.

If you are new to Mumbai and are still figuring out a place to stay, you can check out the your-space pg accommodation in Bandra Kurla complex which is near many leading colleges in the city and offers a comfortable stay at affordable prices. Once settled in, start exploring the city and make sure to visit these markets for a fun-filled shopping experience. 

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