Kalbadevi is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Mumbai and it is also one of the busiest markets in the city. It has been named after the Hindu Goddess Kalbadevi who has a temple dedicated to her in the area. Kalbadevi lies north of Crawford Market, and several other popular markets in Mumbai are also in the area such as, Chor Bazaar, Mangaldas Market, and Zaveri Bazaar. CST, Marine Lines, and Masjid Bunder are the three train stations that are closest to the market and the most commonly used mode of transport by the vendors, sellers, traders, and buyers. The CST Railway Station is 4 km away and the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is 20 km away.There are a few hotel options within the market area itself, but if the crowded market is not what you favour you can have a look at the several hotels near Kalbadevi. The area surrounding Kalbadevi are very popular spots of Mumbai and one can easily find a hotel in Mumbai Central or around Marine Lines. If budget hotels in Kalbadevi is what you have in mind, you can have a look at the Treebo properties located in the neighbouring areas. Our hotels near Kalbadevi come with air-conditioned rooms, complimentary breakfast, an elevator, room service, and security, amongst others. For the best prices on our hotels in Kalbadevi, have a look at our website and app. The narrow lanes of Kalbadevi sell absolutely anything and everything, from sarees and lehengas to books to watches, bicycles, and steel utensils. The market is well connected to other parts of the city and it remains to be in a continuous bustling state. Zaveri Bazaar, Chor market, and Mangaldas Market are famous for the jewellery sold there. There is a also a popular textile market which is the biggest in Asia called Mulji Jetha Market and it is also more than a hundred and thirty six years old. There is also a street in the market which sells only designer sarees and readymade garments. Other attractions in Kalbadevi are Chowpatty Beach, Marine Lines, Hanging Gardens, and Mumbadevi temple.
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