HIGH STREET PHOENIX
The mall is located in the erstwhile textile mills area of the city known as Lower Parel. The mall has a chic Skyzone shopping space, with prominent national and international brands on display. A central open-air courtyard houses food shops, with a sports bar on the ﬁrst level.
462 Senapati Bapat Marg,
Lower Parel, Mumbai
9.30 am to 9.30 pm everyday
ATRIA MILLENNIUM MALL
The mall showcases luxury products and international designer brands. It has ﬁve levels and is popular as it's one of the few malls to be centrally located in Mumbai.
Dr Annie Beasant Road,
Worli, (next to the Planetarium, near Haji Ali), Mumbai
TIMINGS: 11 am to 10 pm daily
There are two malls, one in Vashi, New Mumbai and in the western suburb, Malad West. The latter has an area of 1.2 million square feet, and is claimed to be one of the largest in South East Asia. The ground ﬂoor mostly has major British department stores.
Link Road, Malad, Mumbai TIMINGS:
11 am to 9.30 pm daily
Again there are two malls, one at the western suburb Andheri West and another at Malad West. The former is a three level mall houses stores showcasing clothing, jewelry, electronics and music stores.
New Link Road, Andheri West, Mumbai
TIMINGS: 10 am until 10 pm
The mall opened in mid 2008 offers 500,000 square feet of shopping, dining and entertainment in the western suburb Goregaon East on the Western Expressway Highway. Its main feature is a large central atrium with a view of every shop front within the mall.
Oberoi Garden City, Off Western Express Highway, Goregoan East, Mumbai
TIMINGS: 10 am until 10 pm
The other up market malls and market shopping areas include the Palladium Mall at High Street Phoenix (exclusive designer products), Nirmal Lifestyle, R City Mall,Maxus Mall, Raghuleele Mall, Thakur Mall, Everhsine Mall, Korum Mall, Growel 101 Mall, Hypercity at Thane and Malad West, Palm Beach Galleria, showrooms in Colaba, Juhu, the Lokhandwala Market near Andheri, Linking Road in Bandra West, Fountain near Fort, and Hill Road in Bandra West.
Street shopping is fun in Mumbai. If you know the trick of haggling, you can get wares for cheap that are not only trendy but worth the bargain. Mumbai has this distinct shopping culture where you would ﬁnd the road side shops lined just opposite or alongside the branded stores. You come out of the showrooms and get straight inside the smaller shops to take your pick. The stalls on Colaba Causeway, Crawford market, Chor Bazaar, Mohammed Ali Road, Payedhuni, Bhuleshwar and Nul Bazaar markets, Heera Panna market in Worli, Lamington Road market for gadgets, Alfa store at Irla in Vile Parle, Fashion Street in Churchgate, and the smaller stores near the Chhtrapati Shivaji Terminus, Churchgate and in Fort. You can shop for sarees and salwar kameez in Gandhi Market at king's Circle, a central suburb of the city.
TIMINGS: From11 am till 9-10 pm. Some of them are closed on Sundays.