Most Expensive & Loved Markets in India !!

Khan Market – Delhi

Established in the year 1951, Khan Market has been the most expensive market in India for more than five years. Delhi’s most upmarket and popular hangout zone has a wide variety of stores, including modern showrooms of most of well-known brands, silver jewellery stores, bookstores, fabric stores and eating joints.


Connaught Place – Delhi

Next one in the list is again from Delhi. Often referred to as the heart of New Delhi, Connaught Place is truly the place where every individual wants to shop, eat or just loosen up in the lap of nature. This high profile area in the capital is the home to multiple historic, art, music, retail and food hubs in the city as of result of which people from all nook and concerns of the country converge here to grab a pinch of the vivacious vibe it has to offer.


DLF Galleria – Gurgaon

Located right in the heart of Gurgaon, Galleria market is unarguably the busiest and swankiest in town. There’s something in the air of this market that attracts people. What truly sets Galleria apart is its atmosphere. The place has a very positive vibe and openness as compared to the swanky air conditioned malls. It is spread out in a large open area. The place has a healthy mix of the swanky and the basic!


Linking Road – Mumbai

Linking Road in Mumbai is the fourth most expensive street for retailers in India. Whether you want designer brands or a perfect imitation off the street, Linking Road has it all. Other than shopping, the area houses cafes, restaurants, bakeries and spas for a perfect experience.


South Extension – Delhi

South extension is a renowned posh market area in Delhi. This market is divided into two main regions of South Extension I and South Extension II. These two areas are one of the widely visited areas of Delhi. Designer showrooms, spas, food joints, clubs attract a lot of localites and tourists.


Colaba Causeway – Mumbai

Colaba has been consistently ranked among the most expensive real estate markets in India. Colaba Causeway is a paradise for street shopping in Mumbai. Near to the market, there is a plethora of fashion outlets by designers like Anita Dogre, Rohit Bal,and other famous names of fashion industry. Other than shopping, Leopold Cafe, Taj Mahal Hotel and Cafe Mondegar are worth exploring in this area.


Park Street – Kolkata

Seventh on the list is the cosmopolitan hub of Kolkata – Park Street. In the last decade or so, Park Street has gradually seen the rise of various five star restaurants, pubs, hotels and showrooms. From continental to Indian, from Chinese to Tibetan whatever cuisine you can think of, it will surely be available at one of the restaurants in this area. Park Street has something or the other to offer to everyone, regardless of your age, food and shopping preferences.


Greater Kailash- Delhi

Eighth on the list is the Greater Kailash market which is divided into two zones: GK-I and GK-II. Both the markets are not just for shopping but are also a hang-out place of the wealthy and jet-set crowd of Delhi. The market houses many restaurants, lounges, coffee shops, designer boutiques and street shopping.


Camac Street – Kolkata

Camac Street is a street running in the central business district of Kolkata, from Park Street to AJC Bose Road. This street houses many commercial establishments and high end shopping destinations, with lots of shopping malls, boutiques, restaurants and stand alone retail outlets. It is often considered to be a hotspot for entertainment amongst a host of other things.



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