Open Time : 10:00 am to 11:00 pm
Entry : free
Address : Rash Behari Ave, Gariahat Market, Ekdalia, Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700019, India
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Why to visit Gariahat Market
The major shopping hub attraction of South Kolkata will remain incomplete if you don't visit Gariahat Market. The shopping area spans a long stretch variety of shops, restaurants, stores, selling some exotic variety of clothes, jewelery, fashion wears, Gariahat mall ,electronic goods, household items, home decors and even pets.
From branded products to flea stores, one can find each and every item. Walk down the long serpentine road dotted with the stalls and shops and pick your favorite stuff. Make some amazing deals, as Gariahat allows plenty scope of bargaining to the shoppers. After the daylong shop-hopping, feed yourself with some delectable grubs especially street foods.
If you are looking for a collection of some exquisite traditional Bengali sarees, Gariahat is the ideal place to shop at. The best thing is for its fast communication system. There is all type of transportation system like metro station, railway communication and Bus transport.
FAQ on Gariahat Market
Why is Gariahat market famous?
It is a well known fish market.
When does the gariahat market closed?
Sunday's main market is closed, but there are still a few street vendors present. Food stalls in the street are typically open, so try Esplanade Street Shopping, which is open on Sundays, instead.
What hotels are near Gariahat Market?
Hotels near Gariahat Market: (0.10 km) The Cornfield Retreat BnB (0.19 km) OYO Flagship 604 Ballygunj Kolkata (0.23 km) Ashirbad Guest House
What restaurants are near Gariahat Market?
Restaurants near Gariahat Market: (0.15 km) Krystal Chopsticks (0.15 km) Apar Bangla Opar Bangla (0.07 km) K.C. Das
What attractions are near Gariahat Market?
Attractions near Gariahat Market: (0.21 km) Gariahat Mall (0.33 km) Weaver's Studio (0.43 km) Ocean6 Holidays
Since the area is crowded, parking can be an issue. To get here, take public transportation. If you're hungry exploring the market, then try the pastries and Kathi rolls from here.
By Rebecca Lal