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5 Flea Markets Where You Can Snag Jewellery, Bags & More At Dirt-Cheap Prices



This city is a shopper’s paradise- from big brands like Sabyasachi to lil kiosks selling merch at dirt cheap prices, you can find everything in this coastal town. There are an abundance of glitzy malls, skyscrapers and flea markets that is a delight for the shopaholics. We’re back with our curated list of the best flea markets in town where you can shop till you drop, so read on fellas!

1. Colaba Causeway

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Colaba Causeway is located near the iconic Gateway of India and it is a bustling market from where you can get your hands on goodies like clothes, junk & silver jewellery, backpacks & tote bags and footwear without burning a hole in your pockets. This bazaar is swarmed with patrons by afternoon, so make sure you come by early to avoid the crowd.

Where | Colaba Causeway - Colaba

2. Linking Road

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One of the most popular shopping destinations in the city, Linking Road is located in Khar where you can use your negotiating skills to snag some ah-mazing goodies. There are many street shops, lil kiosks and hawkers that are stationed here and are selling clothes, bags, jewellery, suits. There’s also a wide variety of eateries as well, so make sure you treat yo’ self with some yummies too!

Where | Linking Road - 33rd Rd, Khar, Khar West
Timings | 11 AM - 11:30 PM

3. Chor Bazaar

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One of the largest flea markets in the country, you can find all kinds of second-hand items, antique items including gramophones, cameras, Victorian home decor items & furniture, chandeliers & lights, jars and many other things. You can also snag automobile & electronic parts if you explore the musty alleys.

Where | Chor Bazaar - Mutton Street, Near Bhendi Bazaar
Timings | 11 AM - 7:30 PM

4. Natraj Market

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Natraj Market is a bridal shopping destination where you can find lehengas, sarees, suits, sherwanis, jewellery and footwear. This market houses over 100 shops and is super crowded throughout the year. Along with the bridal/wedding wear, you can also find plastics and kitchenware here!

Where | Natraj Market - Parekh Road, Vijaykar Wadi, Malad West
Timings | 11 AM - 9:30 PM

5. Crawford Market

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Crawford Market was built in 1869 and it is one of the oldest shopping destinations in the city. From fresh fruits to cosmetics, or decoratives and antiques, there’s not a single thing you won’t find at this busy market. Make sure you have someone to guide you through this market as one can easily get lost in this maze of shops!

Where | Crawford Market - Dhobi Talao, Fort
Timings | 11 AM - 8 PM

Grab your shopping partner and head to these markets ASAP!