Shopping Mall that you Need to Visit in Dubai.

1.       Dubai Mall

The Dubai Mall  is a shopping mall in Dubai. It is the world's second largest shopping mall based on total area behind the West Edmonton Mall, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and fourth largest by gross leasable area. Located in Dubai, (U.A.E), it is part of the 20-billion-dollar Downtown complex, and includes 1,200 shops

2.       Mall of the Emirates
Mall of the Emirates is a shopping mall in Dubai. Developed and owned by Majid al-Futtaim Properties, it opened in November 2005 and is located at interchange four on Sheikh Zayed road.
The multi-level shopping mall currently features more than 630 retail outlets, 7900 parking spaces, over 100 restaurants & Cafes, 80 luxury stores and 250 flagship stores. It has a total gross leasable area of 255,489 square meters. It also hosts family leisure activities including Ski Dubai (the Middle East’s first indoor ski resort and snow park), the 500-seat capacity Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre and Magic planet, one of the largest indoor family entertainment centres in Duba

3.       IBN Battuta Mall
The Ibn Battuta Mall is a large shopping mall on the Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai close to Interchange 6 for Jebel AliVillage. Having more than 270 shops, 50 restaurants, a 21-screen cinema and over 4,500 parking spaces on a total of 521,000 square meters, Ibn Battuta is the world’s largest themed shopping mall. On May 26 2013 Nakheel announced the tender for Ibn Battuta Mall expansion – a new, 28,000 square meter retail hub for another 150 shops.
It consists of six courts, each of whose designs are inspired by some of the countries visited by the great Moroccan Berber explorer, Ibn Battuta:
·         Egypt Court
·         India Court
·         China Court
·         Andalusia Court
·         Persia Court
·         Tunisia Court

4.       Deira City Centre

City Centre Deira is located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is the original flagship mall in the Majid Al Futtaim Propertiesportfolio.
City Centre Deira opened on August 27, 1995. It is located in the older part of the city on cross road between Sharja, Bur Dubai and the Airport. It is one of Majid Al Futtaim's Group mall chains and is similar in size and layout to the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai . It is a known shopping, entertainment and leisure complex with 2 levels. It has over 1.2 million sq. ft. of retail selling space, with 370 shops and 3,600 car-parking spaces. The malls anchor stores include Carrefour, Debenhams, Iconic, Sharaf DG, Virgin Megastore and Paris 

5.       Dragon Mart  

Dragon Mart
Dragon Mart is the largest trading hub for Chinese products outside mainland China. Completed in 2004, it provides a gateway for the supply of Chinese products in the Middle Eastern and North African Markets, offering a unique platform for traders to cater to the needs of this sizeable market.

The 1.2 kilometre-long, 150,000 sq.m, dragon-shaped retail complex is divided into seven zones offering an assortment of high quality facilities for visitors and traders alike and currently houses over 3,950 outlets offering a wide variety of products including home appliances, stationery, office appliances, communication and acoustic equipment, lamps, household items, building materials, furniture, toys, machinery, garments, textiles, footwear and general merchandise.

Built in 2002 and opened two years later, footfall at the complex has increased year-on-year since it began trading in 2004.   Dragon Mart currently welcomes an average 52,000 people each day, a footfall of around 19 million per annum.

Strategically located on the Hatta/Al Ain highway, the development has over 2,500 parking spaces, as well as eight fully equipped warehouses and 25 residential buildings only 200 metres away from the main complex.

Dragon Mart 2

Dagon Mart 2 will add approximately 175,000 sq.m to the existing development and house a hypermarket, cinemas, and restaurants, will provide many more opportunities for retailers, hoteliers and restaurants to prosper at this unique development.

Dragon Mart 2, whose anchor tenants include Geant (10,000 sqm) and a nine-screen Grand Cinema complex (4,000 sqm), will include a two-storey retail mall with food court and separate terrace offering a range of outdoor dining options; a multi-storey car park and a 240-room, 8,500 sqm hotel.

6.       Dubai Outlet Mall

Dubai Outlet Mall (DOM) is a shopping mall, part of Dubai Outlet City in Dubai, UAE. The shopping mall is located in Dubailand. The mall opened in August 2007 and is located on the Dubai-Al Ain Road (Route 66) near the Dubai Bypass Road interchange.
7.       Dubai Festival City Mall
Dubai Festival City  is a large residential, business and entertainment development in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Touted as a "city-within-a-city", Dubai Festival City is the Middle East's largest mixed-use development: all elements for work, living, and leisure will be contained within the project. Once completed Festival City will comprise a series of residential communities, numerous hotels, malls, a golf course and other entertainment sites, and a full suite of public services, including schools.

8.       Atlantis (The Palm)

9.       Souq Madinat Jumeirah

Souk Madinat Jumeirah is an authentic re-creation of an ancient marketplace with traditional Middle Eastern style and ambiance.

10.   Mercaro shopping Mall

Mercato Shopping Mall is a shopping centre in Jumeirah, Dubai,United Arab Emirates. The mall is designed to look like a Mediterraneantown during the EuropeanRenaissance in either Italy, France, orSpain. Opening in 2002, the mall cost 120 million dirhams.[3] The name "mercato" comes from the Italian word meaning "market." The mall has a gross leasable area of 22,900 m2(247,000 sq ft) and a total area of 59,900 m2 (645,000 sq ft).

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