Bangalore, the IT hub of India, has a lot to offer to the street shoppers. Read further to know where to head if you are in Bangalore. Happy street shopping!
It is Bangalore’s one of the most well known shopping areas. There are stores selling variety of clothes, accessories, shoes, junk jewellery, etc. This market gives you a lot of scope to bargain and you’ll discover something new every time you visit.
Chickpet is the oldest commercial district. Set up in narrow streets, you’ll find many wholesale markets for sari and other dress materials. It is also near Balepet, famous for bangles.
Avenue Road is crowded one way street packed with heritage buildings, food carts and hundred of shops selling stationery, jewellery and textiles and many other things. You’ll also find second hand books at cheaper rates.
City market is colorful because of the variety of flowers, fruits and vegetables sold here every day. Its a whole sale market.
National market sells clothes, accessories and electronic goods.
5Malleswaram 8th Cross
8th Cross is the busiest street in Malleswaram. Full of venders and shops selling vegetables, fruits, handicrafts, utensils, clothes, etc.
Gandhi bazaar is known for traditional religious items, textiles and other articles. There are stores selling silk saris, local medicines, eatery stores, etc.
Brigade road has both- shops selling high end branded apparels and hawkers selling t-shirts, wallets watches.
Dubai Plaza located on Rest house road looks like an ordinary building from the outside. But on the inside, you’ll see mini-streets filled with clothes, accessories, wallets, bag, shoes, cosmetics, etc.
1Jayanagar BDA Complex 4th Block
Jayanagar shopping complex and its nearby streets sell groceries, stationary, books, novelties, toys, jewellery, shoes, confectionery, and household item.