Bargaining Is A Very Important

By , September 16, 2018 3:24 am

Fashion-Style India is a shopper’s paradise. You’ll find everything from clothes to ceramics, and metal work to musical instruments. The only problem is how to get all your purchases back home! These days, Mumbai is known more for its designer shops and malls than its markets. However, if you’re after a bargain or some interesting souvenirs to take back home, you won’t be disappointed. There’s great shopping to found at these Mumbai markets. Bargaining is a very important, and even expected, part of Mumbai Shopping at markets in Mumbai. Here’s the best way to go about it to make sure you don’t pay too much at Mumbai markets. To get a feel for how much goods should cost, visit some fixed price stores first. In street markets, as a general rule, don’t pay more than half the initial asking price of any items. Sometimes it’s possible to pay less, especially if you buy more than one item. The price will immediately be dropped a small amount. Tell the shop keeper that the item is still way too expensive. You’ll then be asked how much you’re prepared to pay. When it’s your turn to offer a price, make sure you start with a low amount that’s well below what you’re prepared to pay. Around one third of the quoted price is a good amount. If the shop keeper isn’t dropping the price enough, walk away. Usually this will result in an immediate reduction in the asking price. If it doesn’t, it’s an indication that your price is too low. You can either go back and keep negotiating, or try and find the item cheaper somewhere else. Mumbai is the style capital of India. From the bustling street bazaars to the exclusive designer boutiques, fashion blends and clashes here in a way that’s unique to the rest of the country. Trendy Bandra, in Mumbai’s western suburbs, is a well known shopping haven. Locals flock to Hill Road and Linking Road to spend their cash on the latest fashions. This tour will show you the best places to shop for clothes, accessories, jewelry, shoes, and bags. To get the most from the city shopping tours you should allow a couple of hours for walking and browsing. The tour is best started around 4 p.m. as the heat of the day begins to recede then, and the street bazaars on Linking Road really .e alive in the evening. However, you can do the tour at any time as the shops are open from around 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., 7 days a week It’s a good idea to walk around the market and see all that’s on offer first, before buying anything. It’s .mon to find the same items for sale in a number of shops. Lastly, keep in mind that bargaining is meant to be fun. Many shop keepers enjoy it, as the interaction breaks up the monotony of their day. Not only did Mumbai change its name from Bombay, many streets have also been renamed to reflect their Indian heritage. One such street is Waterfield Road. It’s now officially called Ramchandra K. Patkar Marg, but is still referred to as Waterfield Road. About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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