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Crawford Market

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Crawford Market

421 Reviews
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Located on an island off the coast of Mumbai, the Elephanta Caves are rock-cut temples, some dating back to the second century BC. Learn about the legendary Buddhist and Hindu UNESCO-World Heritage Site—known as the “City of Caves”—during this guided tour, which covers the main temples dedicated to Shiva as well as smaller, off-the-beaten-track shrines. And because it’s a private tour, enjoy plenty of personal attention. The ferry and admission to the caves are at own expense and there is an option to include a family lunch.
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Anup K wrote a review Sep 2020
Mumbai, India7 contributions3 helpful votes
For anyone visiting Mumbai and coming here as part of sight-seeing -- you dont need a guide. You can enter and just browse around. It's a market visited by locals from Mumbai. Communication should not be a problem. If you are at a place where you are unable to communicate, just walk away.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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SalimM wrote a review Apr 2020
London, United Kingdom1,688 contributions254 helpful votes
Crawford Market, the largest market in Mumbai, is an incredible place to shop for food and household goods, take photos, or simply wander around people watching. It's also not a bad place to try local snacks, as there are myriad street-food stalls serving up all sorts of treats. Give yourself at least a couple of hours to wander slowly and see what is on offer.
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Date of experience: December 2019
igolfCA wrote a review Apr 2020
Williamsburg, Virginia1,688 contributions526 helpful votes
This market is huge and has everything under the sun ...flowers, spices, fabric, fruits and vegetables, clothing, tea, pets and birds, sweets, and nuts. There are also cosmetics, perfumes, and handbags which seem to have good prices, but they are knock-offs. The whole place is dirty, crowded, and too much for me. One quick visit was enough.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sanjeev Nanda wrote a review Mar 2020
Pune, India3 contributions
A few months ago, before this outbreak of coronavirus was just a blur on the horizon, my friend and I were on the look out for decent lamps for our outdoor patio project. A friend of us suggested a place called the "Chor Bazar". While not unheard of by me, I was taken aback by the assurance of this friend of mine that I will find what I need over there. Me and Vivek (the project buddy) took a long drive from Andheri to South Mumbai, and finally reached the hallowed ground - the Crawford Market area (which is a lively fruit wholesale market by the wee hours of morning, and a front for the Chor Bazar, by the afternoon). Vivek and me parked at one of the many pay-n-parks around the location, and began our adventure on foot. While we eventually found our way to the many lamp dealers in the market, we were also greeted my honestly fascinating odds and ends all over the place. Home decor, electronics and dinner-sets galore - everything was unique to say the least. We could've wrapped the whole affair in an hours time, but somehow, three and a half hours proved insufficient. It was a hoot. A definite MUST visit for thrift shopping. ~Sanjeev Nanda
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Date of experience: December 2019
EtzyKetzy wrote a review Mar 2020
Warrington, United Kingdom118 contributions46 helpful votes
We arrived at the market to be met by a guide who said he would show us around, we said we were happy to wander by ourselves - eh then showed us a sign stating that porters were mandatory but no payment was required. He took us to a spice stall, a fruit and veg stall then hustled us along another aisle and then we were back at the entrance.....I wanted to see where the animals were so he grudgingly took us there. Then he was not happy when we didn't pay him. Not a great experience, I have been in far more interesting markets in the Far East and have never had a "guide" before. The architecture is interesting but you can see that from the exterion, I wouldn't go back there.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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