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Chor Bazaar

Chor Bazaar

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Why locals love it

Chor Bazaar means “Thieves’ Market.” Encompassing parts of Mutton Street, Bapty Street and Khara Tank Road, it’s the biggest flea market in Mumbai, and a great place to find antique and vintage items. The experience of navigating Chor Bazaar is quite unique, as are some of the items available.

Why you should visit it

You'll find old Bollywood posters and lobby cards (A-One Corner), original railway lights (Taherally's), antique ship equipment (The Hesperius), nineteenth century animal masks, erotic miniatures and armor (Old Art), carefully restored carved wooden doors from Rajasthan and Gujarat (Just & Fair Mart), and lots more.

Special tip

Offer a fifth of the price quoted to you, then haggle aggressively. If you end up paying a third of the price quoted, you’ve haggled like a local. ;)

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For antiques
August 17, 2019
This place is like heritage market. Any person who has interest & knowledge of old things & antiques will definitely find this place a heaven for anything & everything. even otherwise this place is worth a visit.
October 28, 2017
steal deals if you have knowledge
September 18, 2017
Its amazing,. Fridays are amazing! Go for the jumma market on friday
Local Expert
September 18, 2017
Be careful dont visit chor bazaar, each shopkeepers are cheater and all products are fake in the name of antique.
January 28, 2017

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