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Crawford Market

Mohammed Ali Road, Mumbai (Bombay) 400001, India
+91 98201 93571
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Mohammed Ali Road, Mumbai (Bombay) 400001, India
+91 98201 93571
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

it is a must visit place when you are on vacation to mumbai. you can buy a lot of stuff here from electronics to jewellery. it is always buzzing with a lot of crowd

Thank harsimran21
Reviewed 1 week ago

Crawford Market is fun to walk through. You're sure to find something you want to buy. They primarily have a lot of different produce, nuts and spices for sale. Many vendors to choose from when purchasing household items and even cosmetics. The structure that houses...More

Thank snoopy647
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the iconic structure of Mumbai. Going from Guwahati all i knew was you can get everything from the usual to the gourmet. The market didnt disappoint, though half of it was under restoration when we visited in Feb2017. The variety on displa was...More

Thank 247jayantj
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Crawford Market, located in south Mumbai, is one of the oldest markets with both retail and wholesale outlets. The structure has a grand Victorian facade and it houses hundreds of shops selling almost everything - cosmetics, footwear, electronics, food, toys, stationery, etc. Just like other...More

Thank Tanupam
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We walked to the Crawford market from the Train terminal. Quite a long walk. The building is very spectacular. The market has lots of nuts and spices, plus fruits. Well worth a visit, but it gets very hot in the summer.

Thank Lng003
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The market is very crowded and you will mostly find bags, shoes, toys and generally low priced items here. Fruits and vegetables, local sweets and spices can also be found here. It is just very crowded and you need to be prepared to spend some...More

Thank knoesenm
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Also, we were there on Holi and not much going on. Further, not the nicest market. Yet, I guess it interesting to see a local market. There is a nasty area for selling small animals. There was produce (fruits) but according to our guide the...More

Thank ClayF2
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

Everything that you need is at this place. From food to vegetables to clothing...chocolates...decor....accessories. ...furniture...household items. ..even pets.

Thank Russell D
Reviewed 3 April 2017

There are shops inside the market where you can shop for a variety of items including candies, pastas, fruits, animals, suitcases, and more. There weren't a lot of tourist-friendly restaurants in the area, and the whole area is unmarked and hard to navigate. I almost...More

Thank joel c
Reviewed 31 March 2017 via mobile

The sprawling market based in South Bombay offers you everything from fruits to pets. However, one has got to be good at bargaining to get a good deal. A word of advise, don't buy a pet dog or cat from this place as you can't...More

Thank Krisvarel
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I want hookah flavours and khalil mammon at a very cheap rate , what shall I do ?
5 April 2017|
Response from Joll32 | Reviewed this property |
You must ask the locals.. i guess.
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Hi there, we are staying May 29th to June 6th and I'm wondering if you recall what the avg temp was? We chose this hotel because it had a pool and so few do. Hoping we will will not be too cold to make use of it. Thanks for your feed back:) We are Canadian so 26 degrees is a really hot day for us. LOL!
2 January 2015|
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Response from Travel_Research_Guru |
Being a Mumbai local, I myself avoid 12 PM to 4 PM travel outdoors during May 2nd fortnight and June 1st fortnight. Choose activities indoors which is air-conditioned, or relax at your hotel itself. The temperature can be... More