DESTINATIONS india mumbai Shopping Kitab Khana
Kitab Khana is not only a library where you can purchase your books, but also a gathering place for events such as book launches and writing workshops. There's also an in-house vegetarian Café called "Food For Thought" that is open for breakfast and lunch, from 10am to 7.30pm.
- Address: Somaiya Bhavan, 45/47 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Mumbai
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +91 22 6170 2276
- Opening House: 10.30am–7.30pm
- More Info: www.facebook.com/kitabkhanabooks
Crawford Market, Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Market
More a throwback to a Victorian market than modern day India, Crawford Market mostly specializes on fresh fruit and vegetables, although it offers every shade of India's products. The building where it is located features scenes of Indian rural life and farmers on friezes designed by the artist John Kipling, as well as boasting Kipling’s…
Shoppers Stop is a department store offering four floors filled with clothes by well-known brands but also traditional pieces of clothing like kurtas and dupattas, for men, women and kids. Here you can also find cosmetics shops and a salon.
Colaba Causeway is a commercial street where the quest for bargains never ends. From jewellery and books to handicrafts and clothes, this popular road bustles with tourists and locals searching for the best deals. If you need some rest, you can take a break at one of the cafes along the way.
Closely resembling a flea market, at Chor Bazaar anything, from second-hand merchandise to collectibles and antiques, can be found. Food vendors are a peculiarity of this buzzing street, offering a wide range of local food. On Fridays the shops close so that Chor Bazaar can host a street market.
A market spreading for over one kilometre and housing more than 150 shops, Fashion Street is a worthy destination if you're looking for any sort of clothes, souvenirs and knickknacks. It is an enjoyable solution for an afternoon of bargaining or browsing through the merchandise. In the meantime, you can also enjoy some of the…
Kulture Shop wants to shed light onto the contemporary Indian art scene by selling affordable articles designed by local artists. Here you'll be able to find not only wall artwork, but also fashion items such as t-shirts, bags and pouches, mugs and cushion covers for your home as well as notebooks and postcards.
High Street Phoenix
One of the biggest malls in India, High Street Phoenix is divided into different zones: Palladium is filled with boutiques by upper-range brands and luxury shops while Skyzone has more affordable options. The third floor houses restaurants and the mall's food court, but there are also a courtyard and PVR cinemas, as well as events…
This jewellery brand has opened many shops in Mumbai, with one of them located at the Infiniti Mall. They sell rings, bracelets and bands for both women and men, while also having articles made for children. The store provides pick up service for orders made through their website and jewellery cleaning.
A famous shopping area in the Bandra suburb, Hill Road has shops ranging from high-end fashion boutiques to low-budget street markets selling footwear and bracelets. You can also stop by the many restaurants or take something with you from a food stall, while also visiting local landmarks, like the 160 years old St. Stanislaus High…