7 Best Shopping Destinations In India

Who doesn’t like shopping? Not just women but men enjoy shopping to the core. If you are a true shopaholic, this article is just for you.

There are many amazing shopping destinations in India that are a true treat for the shoppers. From exclusive antique markets to floating market selling fresh vegetables, these shopping destinations in India have something for every kind of a shopper.

Take a look at the 7 best shopping destinations in India:

  • Flea market in Arpora, Goa

Goa is not just about beaches and nightlife but also about its local markets. The state has many local markets that sell the local delights and Flea market in Arpora is one of them. The market is a paradise for the fashionistas.

You can buy stylish dresses, beautiful jewelry, classy bags, leather accessories, and what not. The popular Saturday market also has shops selling home décor items and good food. The biggest highlight of this market is that you can hear live music while enjoying your shopping spree.

Arpora Flea Market

  • Laad Bazaar, Hyderabad

There is more to Hyderabad than just Hyderabadi biryani. If you are in the city, do not miss a visit to the very famous Laad Bazaar. This market is famous for its traditional Hyderabadi bangles. Branching out from Charminar, it is one of the busiest markets.

Here, you will also find shops selling Khara dupattas, sarees, bridal wear, as well as hand-woven materials. There are many old shops dating back to the pre-independence era.

If you want to shop for your bridal trousseau, no place is better than Laad Bazaar.

Laad Bazaar Market

  • Colaba Causeway, Mumbai

Colaba market is one of the most popular markets in the city. In this market, you will not just find some of the most sartorial picks, but also antiques like gramophones and hookahs.

Fill your wardrobe with beautiful kurtis, kaftans, jewelry, jute bags, Kolhapuri chappals, etc.

coloba causeway

  • Dilli Haat, New Delhi

Dilli Haat is not just popular in Delhi but in the entire nation. Situated in the South Delhi, this market is famous for its handicrafts. It was established by the Government of India in 1994 with the intention of boosting the tourism. Today, this place is a cultural hub and a shopper’s paradise.

Delhi Haat

If you have a hotel booking in Gurgaon, make sure you pay a visit to Dilli Haat and buy some souvenirs for yourself and your loved ones.

  • Floating Vegetable Market, Srinagar

If you want to shop floating on a boat, you need not go all the way to Bangkok. Our very own Srinagar offers a similar enthralling experience.

The floating vegetable market at Dal Lake in Srinagar is a must-visit. Every day between 5 am to 7 am the lake comes alive with lots of shikaras (Kashmiri boats) laden with fresh vegetables floating on the lake. Not just vegetables, you can buy beautiful wood carvings and other items.

floating market

  • New Market, Kolkata

The name can be a little misleading. This market was established in the year 1874. Perched on the Lindsey Street in Kolkata, the place flaunts British architecture.


You can buy yummy fruitcakes, traditional sarees, crockery, and many other items, all under one roof. This marketplace is a popular tourist destination in Kolkata.

  • Fashion Street, Pune

While doing your Pune hotel booking, make sure you select a hotel near Fashion Street. Located near East Street Camp, this is one of the most famous local markets in Pune.

fashion street

At the Fashion Street, you can shop till you drop. There are more than 450 stalls selling a plethora of items like clothes, jewelry, watches, footwear, cosmetics, bags, toys, electronics and what not. You can enjoy budget shopping to the core.

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