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From premium malls to local bazaars and famous street shopping in Hyderabad, visitors can enjoy a great shopping experience. Most of the big international fashion and accessories brands are available here, either through standalone outlets or stores in large malls. The Shilparamam crafts village at HITEC city, Laad Bazaar in old city and the annual Numaish exhibition held in the month of January at Nampally are great places to shop for handicrafts, bangles, ethnic clothing, pearls jewellery and other traditional items.
Super-premium and super-popular, Inorbit is a classy destination for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Located at Madhapur, the bustling IT hub of Hyderabad, Inorbit draws huge crowds and is home to a large multiplex, food court and premium stores peddling top international brands.
A premium retail mall located in Banjara Hills, the heart of the city, GVK One is spread over five levels and offers a rich mix of shopping, entertainment, and dining facilities. The mall is home to a multiplex and is packed with stores selling top brands in fashion, lifestyle, and FMCG.
Bang in the middle of Kukatpally, a bustling shopping district of Hyderabad, Sujana Forum comes alive with its endless line of stores, tempting food courts, a marvellous movie zone, and milling crowds. With its multiple attractions, there’s more to Forum Sujana than just shopping.
An old, popular market located near the historic Charminar, Laad bazar is lined with scores of shops selling bangles, semi-precious stones, saris, bidriware, bridal ware, handwoven garments, paintings, perfumes, and other ethnic products. Go there to experience the best street shopping in Hyderabad.
Mozzamjahi Market is an imposing fort-like granite structure built in the early 1900s; a stunning landmark in the old city area. Shoppers throng this market for earthenware, sweets, flowers, groceries. People also stop by for the extremely famous hand-made ice creams.
An incredible market for antique items including intricately carved wooden chests, quaint chandeliers, crockery, British-era wooden telephones, gramophones, ornate mirrors, and countless art treasures. To feel the pulse of street shopping in Hyderabad, visit the antique markets close to Laad Bazar and the historic Charminar.
A popular shopping district in Hyderabad, Nampally is home to Numaish – the largest annual exhibition in the world held for 45 days (Jan 01 to Feb 15) at a stretch. You can buy Indian handicrafts, Iranian carpets, electronic goods, dry fruits and more at this 80-year old exhibition.
A tribute to the cultural legacy of India, Shilparamam Arts and Crafts village in HITEC city offers a vibrant range of woven handlooms, specially crafted artifacts and decorative items made by Indian artisans. It’s also a great place to understand and celebrate Indian festive traditions.
Begum bazar, Abids, Koti, Sultan bazar, Perfume market, Pot market and many other street shopping places in Hyderabad.