India is a country well-known for delicious food, gorgeous clothing and never-ending chaos and walking through the markets and shops gives visitors a great introduction to Indian culture. The smell of spices fills the air and everywhere you look, there is an explosion of color. It is said that many people are drawn to India because of the rich history and stunning monuments but fall in love with the country because of the dynamic culture. Luckily, it is easy to take a piece of India home with you to remember your trip and to share it with others.
Join us on this private shopping tour where we show you where to get the best spices, dry fruits, jewelry and sarees and experience how to shop like a local. Talk to shop-keepers to learn about the different varieties of products and when they are used. Our guides will tailor the tour around your needs and help you complete your shopping list.
Here, guests can buy Indian traditional and wedding clothes, ornaments, flowers, utensils/kitchen equipment and Hindu ritual items.
Null Bazaar is the perfect place for food lovers. The bazaar is full of stalls selling tea, spices, incense, kitchen and homewares, dates and other traditional snacks of Bombay.
Otherwise known as the Thieves’ Market, Chor Bazaar is a mecca for antiques, trinkets and Bollywood memorabilia. It is the perfect place to pick up something unique to remember your trip by!
Bhindi Bazaar, located in South Mumbai, is the perfect place to find Indian bangles and cosmetics.
Churchgate Railway Station
There are four entrances to Churchgate Station, including two subways. Use the entrace shown in photo one.
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm