Mumbaikars, Have You Been To All These Shopping Malls In The City?

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Some may say that malls are a dying breed and that online shopping is here to take over, but there is a majority of us that still like to feel the silky smoothness of that sweater, the snug fit of the cocktail dress, that comforting warmth of the hoodie before we add them to our shopping carts. We went around town to see the best malls in Mumbai that have every shopaholic’s needs covered, all under one roof.

Infiniti Mall, Malad

Now this is a mall which is genuinely expansive. Malad's Infiniti Mall has nearly every major luxury brand under its roof, and also has a Big Bazaar to boot. You can basically get done with shopping for clothes, groceries and even electronics by making a single trip here.

How To Get Here: Take a train, and get off at Malad Station. Alternatively, head here by rickshaw if you live anywhere between Vile Parle - Borivali.

Our Favourite Stores: ZARA, Jack & Jones and Salt Attire

Grab A Bite At: Copper Chimney, Falafels

Parking: Available

Little World Mall, Kharghar

Now, this is a curveball, isn't it? We're pretty sure you weren't expecting a mall in a far-flung suburb on this list, but Little World is so worth it. It's got lots of homegrown brands, and we love that it isn't full of the same brands we keep seeing everywhere.

How To Get Here: Take a train, and get off at Kharghar station. It's a 10-minute walk from there.

Our Favourite Stores: Bookfair, Cotton Culture and S&V Creations

Grab A Bite At: McDonald's

Parking: Available

Link Square Mall, Bandra

Homegrown brands? Check. Bargaining allowed? Check. On-trend clothes? Check. This Bandra shopping centre has the latest trends, but at pocket-friendly Hill-road prices. Head here when street shopping gets boring.

How To Get Here: It's at Linking Road in Bandra. Get off at Bandra station and get a share auto to Hill Road.

Our Favourite Stores: White Rabbit, Denim World

Grab A Bite At: Global Fusion

Parking: None! Use public transport, or prepare to struggle for parking space

Atria Mall, Worli

This might count as cheating... But we love Atria for the food options, and obviously, the Decathlon that's right there! So even if shopping isn't the primary thing on your mind when you visit Atria, you've got to take a quick glance at everything that's new, there!

How To Get Here: Pretty far from the station, but get off at Mahalaxmi and cab it from there! Feeling adventurous? Walk the route!

Our Favourite Stores: Decathlon, Bargain Book Hut, Crockery Hut

Grab A Bite At: So many lovely places... South Bombay Bar, Bombay Street Co, La La Land... They're all stellar!

Parking: Available

Seawoods Grand Central, Seawoods Darave

One of our favourite malls on this list, we were amazed by how huge this mall is. And it's got nearly every brand, ever. We also really appreciate the fact that they've got a whole floor dedicated to homegrown brands.

How To Get Here: Take a train, and get off at Seawood Darave. Now the awesome part is, this mall is attached to the station itself. So its an easy-peasy route.

Our Favourite Stores: Meena Bazar, Splash, Sephora

Grab A Bite At: Navi Mumbai Pub Exchange, Northern Tadka

Parking: Available

Growels' 101, Kandivali

This really pretty mall is honestly a surprise find! Bathed in sunlight and full of Instagrammable corners, Growel's has an amazing points-based program as well. The more you shop, the more you score. What's not to love?

How To Get Here: The closest station to this mall is actually Kandivali, but it's pretty far from the station. The best way to get here is by road.

Our Favourite Stores: Wildcraft, W For Woman

Grab A Bite At: Pop Tates, The Village

Parking: Available