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Crawford Market

Mohammed Ali Road, Mumbai 400001, India
+91 98201 93571
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"dry fruits"
in 18 reviews
"wholesale market"
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"busy market"
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"household goods"
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"indian market"
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"great market"
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"stall holders"
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"animal market"
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"oldest market"
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"buy things"
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"cheap stuff"
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"shops selling"
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"for sale"
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"mutton"
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"cst railway station"
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Reviewed today via mobile

We find clothing, household articales, footware, bags, accessories etc at very reasonable rates. I liked very much because there is no bargainings, just fixed prices

Thank lucky2608
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Can get all the fruits u want including sheesha flavours it gets packed noisy and you have to learn how to bargain write opposite are stalls for clothes and on the opposite side is a small mall mostly behind it for clothes and electronics. Very...More

Thank 244shafiqm
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Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a very large area comprising of millions of small shops. You can find literally anything here at a very cheap price. Bargaining is rampant and don't ever shop if you're not good at bargaining. Always very crowded and be aware of your belongings...More

Thank rohanpillai1
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Love to shop at this place as most of the stuff is reasonably priced. Have been going here since years.

Thank Sagar2307
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Named after first Municipal Commissioner of Bombay, this marketplace is certainly a must visit for reasons more than marts. The nineteenth century colonial architecture is great though needs maintenance in many places. There are all round chaos with thousand of people buying and selling products....More

Thank Partha G
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is one of the oldest markets of Mumbai with very British type architecture and a bustling one. You can get any thing and every thing at very very competitive rates... plastic items, bags, cosmetics,fruits, stationery and what not.

1  Thank 1Jayanthi
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Reviewed 19 April 2018

We visited this market as part of a tour we were doing for the day. Was told the spices were hand made as opposed to machine made. After smelling several and getting the price through the guide (mistake) we paid too much. It wasn't until...More

1  Thank AucklandWiz
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Reviewed 18 April 2018

Crawford market is the place in mumbai where you can get everything and anything, The nearest railway station is CST from there you need to take a right and then walk down for around 15-20 in a straight path (No right no left). What you...More

1  Thank Amruta R
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Reviewed 16 April 2018

Maybe it is not the best place to go shopping , except to buy spices, but it is an interesting place, from the old architecture to the crowded alleys; You can even see a fountain which had been designed by R.Kipling father. Definitively a place...More

Thank Serge L
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Crawford Market is filthy and they mostly sell disgusting meat and touristy rubbish. Crows fly around to pick up the meat. It is almost impossible to get an Uber in the area - no clear pick up area.

Thank Hooggenoeg
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Soorajee R
28 March 2018|
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Response from Ashish S | Reviewed this property |
Nopes. There are no Saree places in the market. But there are quite a few in the surrounding areas. For clothing related stuff try Pydhonie, marine lines, Kalbadevi, Mangaldas, etc. ask the locals for exactly what you want... More
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Manisha M
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5 April 2017|
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Response from Joll32 | Reviewed this property |
You must ask the locals.. i guess.
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