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The 6 Best Shopping Mall in Dubai


The city of Dubai embeds intermingling of traditional Islamic ethos and ultramodern lifestyle. It is also one of the most preferred tourist destinations on the global tourism map – a place to relax and rejoice! The key attractions of Dubai are not only its scenic beaches, charming desert safaris and state of the art monuments; they include the ceaseless shopping options — from ultramodern mega malls and traditional souks in Dubai to local street outlets. So before you plan your trip, glance through the list of best shopping places in Dubai. It includes stores for handicrafts, décor, electronics, designer luxuries and dazzling gold ornaments! – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: The 6 Best Shopping Mall in Dubai

Top 5 Best Shopping Malls in Dubai City
  • Dubai is definitely the land of malls where you
    cant drive for 10 minutes and not come across a
    mall. However malls here are not just for
    shopping, but they are more like an experience.
    For some reason it seems like malls here intend
    to be a means of shopping cum entertainment cum
    sightseeing. Like the city, nearly every mall in
    Dubai has something unique to offer from ice
    rinks to skiing to themes to souks. And each one
    of them has its own unique charm and attraction.

Burjuman is the home of high end fashion in
Dubai host to all the best brands money can buy
such as Louis Vuitton, Cartier and Bulgari to
name a few. BurJuman is the height of shopping
luxury in Dubai. Beyond the exclusive luxury
brands, there are also some great ready to wear
items on offer from brands like Guess and DKNY.
Burjuman Centre
Located on the waterfront, Deira City Centre is
known for its friendly service. Many shoppers
are surprised to be greeted with a smile and a
complimentary bottle of water. What a great
relief from the hot sun of Dubai! There are over
350 stores with a diverse range of merchandise.
Youll find all of the great fashion brands, as
well as electronics, jewellery and local
specialities such as silk, cashmere and oriental
rugs. Its a great place for jewellery with 33
dedicated stores. When you start to get hungry
there are over 40 restaurants to choose from.
There is also a cinema and a Magic Planet to keep
the kids entertained. Convenient to reach, the
mall runs shuttle buses to and from 11 of the
major hotels. You can even buy a car in the
Toyota showroom. The complex attracts about 20
million visitors a year. Diera City Centre was
the first of the mega malls which offer shopping,
entertainment and leisure within the one complex
to open in Dubai.
Deira City Centre
Offering 350 unique stores, Wafi Mall describes
itself as offering a unique shopping experience.
What sets Wafi apart from other malls is perhaps
its extensive collection of artwork. Inspired by
both modern art and the legacies of pharaohs
past, there are extensive collections of art
throughout the mall as well as many galleries
where you can purchase your own piece to take
home with you. Both local as well as
international artists are featured.
Wafi Shopping Mall
Mercato, meaning market in Italian, is the
first ever themed mall in the Middle East and
UAE. Based on a distinctive Renaissance
architectural concept, Mercato captures
traditional Italian, French and Spanish art. It
essentially portrays how a Mediterranean town
looked during the European Renaissance. Located
in the prestigious Jumeirah residential area, it
marks a clear departure from the Arabian
architecture. Piazzas, cobbled streets, and top
international brands all make for a fantastic
shopping experience. Children can play at the Fun
City while adults can take in a movie or relax by
the street cafes.
Mercato Shopping Mall
The Ibn Battuta Mall is the proud owner of the
title of being the worlds largest themed
shopping mall. It is designed in honour of Ibn
Battuta, a famed Arabic explorer. Locals and
tourists alike are able to enjoy a shopping
experience that is also historically informative.
The mall is divided into six courts, each an
architectural reflexion of a region that Battuta
explored. Battuta who died over 600 years ago is
known as an Arabian icon and is remembered for
his strong Islamic values along with his
exploratory expeditions. There are 275 shops, 50
restaurants and a 21 screen cinema to give you an
idea of the Malls size. There is a large
exhibition centre called China Court which plays
host to a large range of activities throughout
the year. In the summer it hosts a variety of
markets which specialise in local specialities
including art and photography and ethnic
Ibn Battuta Mall
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