January 9th, 2018 by Garusha Katoch admin

The city of nizams and Urdu sophistication, Hyderabad has been the commercial centre of the Indian land for centuries now. The city is as famous as its indigenous goods and pearls.  as It is for the lip-smacking and aromatic biryani.

While there is a dearth of modern shopping centres in Hyderabad, the joy of shopping in old markets and streets has a nostalgic charm to it. When your shopping can be so much affordable then why not explore!

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So, Here are some of the cheap shopping places in Hyderabad where you can shop to your heart’s content.

32 Must Visit Cheap Shopping Places In Hyderabad

  1. Shilparamam
  2. Laad Bazaar (Chudi Bazaar)
  3. Antique Market
  4. Char Minar Bazaar
  5. Mozzamjahi Market
  6. Jummerat Bazaar
  7. Koti Sultan Bazaar
  8. Basheerbagh/Abids/Nampally
  9. Begum Bazaar
  10. Sunday Book Bazaar
  11. Perfume Market
  12. Pot Market
  13. Charminar Sunday Bazar
  14. GVK One Mall
  15. Hyderabad Central Mall
  16. Inorbit Mall Cyberabad
  17. City Centre Mall
  18. Forum Sujana Mall
  19. Sarath City Capital Mall
  20. The Chennai Shopping Mall
  21. Manjeera Mall
  22. South India Shopping Mall-Kol
  23. Babukhan Mall
  24. South India Shopping Mall-Parklane
  25. Lumbini Jewel Mall
  26. Padmavati Shopping Mall
  27. Six Mall
  28. NSM Central Mall
  29. G.B. Shopping Centre
  30. Kothapet Fruit Market
  31. Shahran Market
  32. Nampally Market

1. Shilparamam

Shilparamam: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

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If authentic and rich indigenous fabric, goods and products are your thing, Shilparamam is the perfect place for you. Located in Hi-tech City, this sprawling art and crafts village showcases and retails the fabrics and clothes from all the regions of the country making it a one of its kind destination to shop.

Aside from shopping, the village also has museums and a recreational area where you can spend a good time after your shopping adventure.

Famous for: Indigenous Pochampally Fabric, Local Crafts, Wooden Sculptures and Jewelry.

2. Laad Bazaar (Chudi Bazaar)

Laad Bazaar: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

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Very few know that the Char Minar name was Laad Bazaar in the early centuries. Built for the wedding nuptials of Quli Qutb Shah in the earlier centuries, the street still retains its old world charm and festive spirit in the products sold here, most notably things arebangles. Their vivid sheen and vibrant colours add a pleasant vibe to the market’s ambience. The bangles here cost as low as Rs. 10 a set for some of the finest Lacquer makes.

Apart from the bangles, it is also notable for selling some of the finest khada dupattas and pearls.

Famous for: Bangles, dupattas and pearls

3. Antique Market

Antique Market: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

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From the Nizam era crockery and utensils to replicas of opulent chandeliers, the Antique Market in Hyderabad is ideal for catching a glimpse of Hyderabad’s ancient culture and products. Every piece in this market has a history and story behind it which is retold by the retailers and sellers with much pride and enthusiasm.

Famous for: Vintage and antique pieces and products

4. Char Minar Bazaar

Char Minar Bazaar: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

Standing tall and proud in the city that has been swallowed by modernism, the Char Minar area of Hyderabad stands out with its rustic charm. The market is renowned worldwide for its pearls, especially the Basra Pearl that is embellished with gold and silver.

The market is also famous for clothing especially saris, sherwanis, and Hyderabadi Khada dupattas among other indigenous products. The market is high on bling which makes it a favourite among designers who scan the market for the perfect beads, laces etc., as well as shoppers.

Famous for: Ethnic clothing, Indigenous products, and Pearls

5. Mozzam Jahi Market

Mozzam Jahi Market: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

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A stroll through this market is like going back in time. Built in the early 1900s by the last ruling Nizam, Mir Osman Ali Khan the Mozzamjahi market is a quaint and impressive centre of shopping. The market was a major fruit market for the royals in the past. Now, the market sells everything but is most known for the brassware and earthenware.

Ikat weaving designs are the major highlight of the products sold in this market making it a favourite among shoppers with a knack for history.

Famous for: Brassware and Ikat Weaves

6. Jummerat Bazaar

Jummerat Bazaar: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

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Set up every Thursday evening near Begum Bazaar, this flea market is popular among locals and shopaholics. From clothing to shoes, silverware to wooden goods, this market has everything one can imagine.

Since most of the products sold here are stolen, the prices they come at are as cheap as it gets. So you can carry a whole set of utensils at a price as low as Rs. 100.

Famous for: everything you thought you wanted and everything you thought you didn’t at cheapest prices

7. Koti Sultan Bazaar

Koti Sultan Bazaar: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

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If you are looking for the latest fashion clothes or precious silver jewelry, look no further than the Sultan Bazaar. Dating back to almost 200 years, this market was famous during the colonial era when it was known as ‘Residency Market’.

Today, the market sells a wide array of products housed in spacious showrooms as well as street vendors and flea markets. You can shop to your heart’s content here without burning a hole in your pocket.

Famous for: Commercial goods, silver jewelry

8. Basheerbagh/Abids/Nampally

Basheerbagh: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

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While Abids is a sprawling commercial hub dating back to 20th century, Nampally holds the annual Industrial Exhibition showcasing a wide array of products suitable to shoppers’ for every need and desire

From ethnic clothing to jewelry, gadgets to electronics, this triad of the market is a popular and cheap shopping destination in Hyderabad.

Famous for: Kalamkari fabric, Traditional wear, gadgets and electronics

9. Begum Bazaar

Begum Bazaar: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

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Perhaps the biggest commercial market of Hyderabad, Begum Bazaar’s magnanimous size should not be confused as an expensive place. Despite its size, the market sells a wide array of extremely affordable products.

Bidri work, which is the art of inlaying silver with a jet alloy to add more sheen and bidri  studded jewelry are the chief highlights of this market.

Famous for: Birdiware, Metal Works

10. Sunday Book Bazaar

Sunday Book Bazaar: one of the cheapest shopping places in hyderabad

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If books are your drug, Sunday Book Bazaar is your spot. You can find old printed editions of your favourite books and authors in this flea market at really affordable price. If you are lucky enough, you may be able to get your hands on a rare out of print book in this market.

Apart from buying books, you can also sell or donate some of your books here and share a part of your knowledge with others

Famous for: Affordable Books and Magazines

11. Perfume Market

Perfume Market

Visit this popular market for some “Ittar”. Yes, this is what you will get in this market and that too the best variety. There are several unique fragrances that you can buy from this local market of Hyderabad. The fragrances come in small viles and glass bottles. So, buy the ones in the kind of packaging and quantity that you prefer.

This century-old market is located between Laad Bazaar and Moti Chowk. This market has shops that are being run generation after generation. Ask any local for the perfume market and you will get handy direction to this old market of Hyderabad.

12. Pot Market

Pot Market

Pots anyone? Do you like those colourful pots with intricate designs? Then, come to the pot market and explore a range of pots and assorted utensils.

The bazaar is perpetually crowded and buzzing with people. Not just pots, you can take home different types of utensils and other famous Hyderabadi accessories.

13. Charminar Sunday Market

The Charminar Sunday Market is one of the most unconventional markets in Hyderabad. Meandering through the alleys of the market, inhaling the aroma of kebabs, and listening to the nostalgic sound of lovely bangles, it may take hours for you to satisfy your shopping spirit. Awesome variety, low price, attractive stuff, and unconventional items are the draw in this market.

Timings

You need to start early after breakfast since it gets crowded as the day rolls in. However, the market goes on till midnight.

What to buy

Some of the most popular products sold here include vintage coins, bangles, pajamas, sling bags, dainty crockery, pearls, fresh flowers, etc. 

14. GVK One Mall

This mall is located in the Banjara Hills area of Hyderabad. If you want to avoid the busy and crowded old Hyderabad streets and shop in a sophisticated ambience, this is the place for you. Moreover, there is ample arrangement for seating. Here you can get shops like Shoppers Stop, Chumbak, UCB, etc. This is among the popular shopping places in Hyderabad.

Timings

The mall is open from 11:00 in the morning to 10:00 at night.

What to buy

You can get apparels, home & lifestyle, beauty, footwear, and accessories from popular Indian and International brands.

15. Hyderabad Central Mall

Located in the Punjagutta area of Hyderabad, this mall boasts of PVR cinemas, coffee shops, a food court, restaurants, and a number of brands like Pizza Hut, KFC, McDonalds, etc. You can also get shopping stores like Marks and Spencer here.

Timings

The mall is open from 11:00 in the morning to 10:30 at night.

What to buy

You can get an array of branded clothes, gifts, and accessories for both men and women and more.

16. Inorbit Mall Cyberabad

This mall is located at Mindspace, Madhapur in Hyderabad. The Inorbit Mall is one of the best shopping places in Hyderabad. You can get all the major brands here. It has got an excellent range of stores, a food court, multi-cuisine restaurants, a 6-screen multiplex, and more.

Timings

The mall is open from 11:00 in the morning to 11:00 at night.

What to buy

You can get a range of stuff and a number of big brands under one roof. It has also got Hyper City, Shoppers Stop, Lifestyle, Max (double storied), Pantaloons, Globus, M&S, Home Town, and more.

17. City Centre Mall

Located in the Banjara Hills area of Hyderabad, this is a 4-storied mall housing primarily clothing brands and restaurants. However, it is not a sprawling mall like GVK One or Inorbit. There are a lot of stores for children making it a great place to head with your children. There is also a bowling alley and laser gaming zone beside the food court on the fourth floor for unlimited entertainment. It is also a foodie’s delight as many popular restaurants can be found in this mall.

Timings

The mall is open from 11:00 in the morning to 10:00 at night.

What to buy

Go on a shopping spree and find great deals on clothes and cosmetics from big brands such as Adidas, Peter England, Pepe Jeans, Biba, Max, Puma, Nikon, Tanishq, Arrow, Bata, etc.

18. Forum Sujana Mall

Located in Kukatpally, Forum Sujana Mall is one of the most popular shopping places in Hyderabad. This mall is a perfect mix of entertainment and shopping. This happening mall is known for its live performances. The frequent sales in the mall make it an attractive place for shoppers for the steal deals.

Timings

The mall is open from 10:00 in the morning to 11:00 at night.

What to buy

There are a wide variety of footwear, apparel, jewellery and cosmetics outlets spreading over an array of brands such as Zara, Zivame, Allen Solly, Melange, and more.

19. Sarath City Capital Mall

Situated in the busy neighbourhood of Hi-Tech City, this is an 8-storied sprawling mall housing more than 430 brands cutting across different niches such as fashion, accessories, grocery, footwear, luggage, time wear, fresh food, digital fashion, collectibles, wellness, electronics, food and beverage, jewellery and gifts. There are a number of Home Décor shops too. In essence, it is one of the most sprawling shopping places in Hyderabad.

Timings

The mall is open from 11:00 in the morning to 10:00 at night.

What to buy

The mall is an ensemble of popular brands like Aurelia, Biba, Baggit, Centro, Damilano, Giny & Johny, Health & Glow, Oxember, M*S, Mr. Button, Woods, United Colours of Benetton, Souchii, Women’s Paradise, etc.

20. The Chennai Shopping Mall

Located in Kukatpally in Hyderabad, this is a moderately sized shopping mall that is known for its quality products and affordable prices. The USP of this mall is that you can get clothes and jewellery at the price prevailing in Chennai. The mall houses a vast range of collections of sarees like Vastrakala Pattu, Samudrika Pattu, Kubera Pattu, Parampara Pattu, etc. and that makes it one of the most popular markets in Hyderabad. It also has shops that sell jewellery in gold, diamond, and other precious materials. 

Timings

The mall is open from 10:00 in the morning to 10:30 at night.

What to buy

Here you can get a vast range of sarees. In fact, this is the world of sarees. However, you can also get readymade garments for women, children as well as men. One can also try the 916 KDM Hallmarked gold jewellery available here along with watches, diamond jewellery, and other accessories.

21. Manjeera Mall

Located at Kukatpally, Manjeera Mall occupies a vast area of around 4,50,000 square feet and boasts of 6 levels of shopping enjoyment. Here you are spoilt for choice be it in retail shopping, entertainment or food. In terms of retail shopping, it offers the latest designs in lifestyle and fashion and has become one of the most preferred shopping places in Hyderabad. 

Timings

The mall is open from 10:30 in the morning to 11:00 at night.

What to buy

Whether you want to go for expensive international brands or moderately priced Indian brands, you can get it here. It boasts of famed retailers like Shoppers Stop, Hyper City, Lifestyle, Cinepolis, Decathlon, Woodland, and more.

22. South India Shopping Mall-Kukatpally

This is a branch of the South India Shopping Mall that you can find in different corners of Hyderabad. It is basically a fashion store that offers a robust range of men’s and women’s casual wears such as leggings, skirts, capri, tops and tees, formal trousers, jeggings, jeans, collared tees, T-shirts, shorts, and more. Here you can also find a range of accessories to match your wardrobe.

Timings

The mall is open from 10:30 in the morning to 10:00 at night.

What to buy

For women, you can find a variety of sarees, kurtis, dress materials, bottoms, night dresses, gowns, etc. You will surely fall for the awesome range of sarees that includes kalamkari, floral print, pure silk, thread work, geometric print, etc.

23. Babukhan Mall

This mall is situated in Somajiguda, Hyderabad. However, it is more of an office space than a shopping mall. There is a mix of things that you can see and buy here. There is a hosiery centre where you can find a variety of hosiery items. There is a big showroom of Malabar Gold and Diamonds and a large electronics shop.

Timings

The mall is open from 10:00 in the morning to 11:00 at night.

What to buy

Here you can get some really useful and some quality jewellery items.

24. South India Shopping Mall – Park Lane

This branch of the famed South India Shopping Mall is located in Park Lane, Secunderabad. True to the spirit of this chain of malls, this mall too caters to the quintessential South Indian fare in terms of garments and fashion accessories. There is something for both men and women here and that has made it one of the most frequented shopping places in Hyderabad.

Timings

The mall is open from 10:30 in the morning to 10:00 at night.

What to buy

You can go through the large variety of sarees, dress materials, kurtis, etc. The awesome range of designer sarees is the main attraction in this mall.

25. Lumbini Jewel Mall

True to the ambience of the Banjara Hills neighbourhood of Hyderabad, this is the quintessential upmarket jewellery hub of Hyderabad. There are a number of retailers in the jewellery niche such as Basil, Brand Factory, Cool club, Deja Vous, Kundan jewellery, Mangatrai jewellery. For jewellery lovers, this is one of the most desired shopping places in Hyderabad.

Timings

The mall is open from 9:00 in the morning to 10:00 at night.

What to buy

This is a jewellery world, and you have the opportunity of a lifetime to traverse the whole range of jewellery here. However, there are also some textile shops where you can find various kinds of linen material.

26. Padmavati Shopping Mall

In this shopping complex, you can find a number of readymade garment retail shops, saree shops, salwar kameez shops, children readymade garment retailing shops, women’s shorts retailers, designer wedding saree shops, etc. It is also a good place to shop for electronic items.

Timings

The mall is open from 10:00 in the morning to 10:00 at night.

What to buy

Here you can find a variety of garments including sarees, salwar kameez, shorts, etc. You can also get children’s readymade garments.

27. Six Mall

Located in Kothapet in Hyderabad, this is a store where you can get affordable as well as costly items. The stores are big and there is ample scope for parking. This mall is popularly referred to as a fashion mall due to the fact that it includes many small and big fashion brands.

Timings

The mall is open from 10:30 in the morning to 10:30 at night.

What to buy

Here you can find a variety of garments including shirts and jeans. There is also a Max store on the ground floor where you can find a variety of clothing and accessories.

28. Kothapet Fruit Market

Located in Kothapet, Hyderabad, this is the fruit basket of Hyderabad. If you are feeling the urge to take home some fresh fruits, this is the place you need to be in. The sheer variety of fruits and dry fruits can leave you awestruck.

Timings

The market is open from 4:00 in the morning and closes at 4:00 in the afternoon.

What to buy

Whichever fruit you want to buy you will get it here.

29. NSM Central Mall

The NSM Central Mall is located opposite the Forum Mall at Punjagutta in Hyderabad. It is a big shopping mall consisting of stores selling footwear, clothing, electronics, etc. There is also superstores like Marks and Spencer, a food court, and restaurants here.

Timings

The mall is open from 11:00 in the morning to 9:30 at night.

What to buy

The variety of fashion and garments stores is excellent. There is also a range of shops selling music, books, movies, etc.

30. G. B. Shopping Centre

Located in Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad, this is a good shopping centre for all daily requirements. This is a great place to get your groceries, cosmetics, and more. It is known for its cooperative staff.

Timings

The shopping centre is open from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

What to buy

You can buy groceries, sports items, cosmetics, hosiery, and more.

31. Shahran Market

Devoid of any gleam or glitter and effusing the old world charm of Hyderabad is the crowded Shahran Market near Charminar. This is one of the most renowned destinations when it comes to choosing women’s wear and burqas. In fact, it is renowned for ladies clothing like salwar and designer wear.

Timings

The market is open from 11:00 AM to 10:30 PM.

What to buy

This market is known for various types of ladies garments. However, the most popular dress material here is burqa.

32. Nampally Market

To complete your shopping adventure in Hyderabad you must savour the taste of street-side shopping. You can derive the essence of street-side shopping if you visit Nampally Market. With loads of bags, jewellery, wallets, clothes, bangles, purses, footwear, and more it is a destination in itself. The diverse merchandise you can get here can rival big shops. 
 
Timings
It remains open from 10:00 AM to 11:00 PM.

What to buy

You can get a variety of traditional Indian wear, electronics items, Kalamkari Fabric clothing, etc.

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About Garusha Katoch

A journalist by education, a writer by passion and a film buff by night. When I am not offering an insight into the many treasure troves of your favorite travel destinations, I like to get my dose of Truffaut and Resnais. You can catch me in quaint cafes finishing my latest book or transforming every thing that happens in a moment into ink.