Market Tour

Royal Bombay Tour offers Market Tour package, where you will be taken through the colorful, fun and energetic market places in Mumbai. In these market places you can buy almost anything, from shoes to movie posters, kitchenware to furniture, CD's to old gramophone records, brand new stuff to antiques.

A uniqueness of these Markets is that many of these places offer specialised items at best bargainable rates possible.

Duration of tour: 3 - 5 hours
Number of people: 1 - 3
Price: 6200 INR

Crawford Market

Named after Arthur Crawford, the first Municipal Commissioner of the city was renamed Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Market in honour of a famous social reformer who along with his wife, was a pioneer in women's education. The design is a mixture of Norman and Flemish architecture.

Crawford Market is a popular spot for buying all the household items.It was the main wholesale market till 1966. Many imported goods such as food items, cosmetics, and furniture are also available at discounted rates.

Jewellery Market

Jewellery Market also called as 'Zaveri Bazaar' is a major hub for B2B jewellry industry in Mumbai. All kinds of gems and precious stones are available in the market, as well as, ornaments of traditional Indian designs to modern designs made of every possible gem and precious metal.

Zaveri Bazaar bazaar still manages to retain its old-world Victorian charm. Many of the buildings were designed according to Victorian-Gothic style. The glittering market has the headquarters of Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri, the biggest jewellry retailer of India.

Colaba Causeway

Colaba Causeway is also termed as the 'Culture Square' of Mumbai. Apart from upmarket retail showrooms, and small shops dealing in electronic goods, cosmetics, and music, it has pavement book stalls dating back several decades. Besides having numerous small shops and footpath outlets selling everything from artifacts to shawls, carpets and minor antiques to slippers of all kind, makes all tourists, backpackers and locals from South Mumbai, throng the area through the year.

cafes and roadside eateries that make the street popular with tourists and locals alike. You can buy handicrafts, books, jewelry, crystals, brass items, incense, clothes etc.

Fabric Market

Fabric Market is a great place to browse for Indian textiles and traditional clothes, designer clothes.Some of India's most famous fashion designers purchase cloth for their creations here. Once in the fabric market you are bound to fall in love with the colors and vast variety of styles in Indian wear.

Chor Bazaar (Antique Market)

Chor Bazaar, which literally means 'Thieves Market', is one of the biggest flea market in Mumbai. Chor Bazaar is a popular market place in Mumbai and apart from being one of the remnants of the old-world Bombay, it should not be missed.

Here you can buy antiques, bronze items, vintage items, trash & treasure, gramophones, old posters, Bollywood Memorabilia, old furniture, grandfather clocks etc.

In case you feel like buying something, our tour guides will help you to bargain for a right price.