No doubt Dubai is the paradise for the tourist who loves to see the materialistic things. The main assets of Dubai for the tourists are the big, tall, and beautiful buildings, shopping malls, and hotels, etc. mostly malls of Dubai are highly rated due to its great infrastructure. The infrastructure of Dubai malls is copying by the eastern and western countries as well. Due to the infrastructure and beautiful designing of buildings, most of the civil and structural engineers are successful in United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Top 10 Malls in Dubai:
We will list down the top 10 shopping centres in Dubai before visiting the Dubai you should read that blog. After reading that you will be able to choose your shopping destination easily.
- The Dubai Mall.
- Mall of Emirates.
- Dubai Festival City Mall.
- Ibn e Battuta mall.
- City centre Deira.
- City centre midriff.
- Wafi Mall.
- Dubai Marina Mall.
- Mercato Mall.
The Dubai Mall:
Dubai Mall is the biggest mall in the world. The Dubai Mall is in the vibrant place of Downtown Dubai. It is also the most visited Mall in the world in fact in the world. It features over 1,300 retail stores, two anchor department stores, Galleries Lafayette, and Bloomingdale’s and over 200 food and beverage outlets. Boasting a total internal floor area of 5.9 million square feet, the mall hosts brands such as Alexander McQueen, Valentino, Gucci, Chanel, and Ralph Lauren.
I think your tour is ruined if you are in Dubai and you are out without visiting the Dubai Mall. When we visit somewhere, we want to visit every rated place in that country.
Mall of 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 world’s first shopping resort, Mall of the Emirates, boasts a retail floor space of 2.4 million square feet. Located in Al Barsha, the multi-level shopping mall is home to around 630 international brands. It features department stores, fashion, lifestyle, sports, electronics, and home furnishing outlets and the largest Carrefour in the city.
Regardless of the shopping Mall of the Emirates has offers 14 screen cinemas to enjoy. This is the most interesting thing in this Mall which make its unique.
Dubai Festival City Mall.
A modern business and entertainment area, Dubai Festival City centers on a massive mall of the same name, home to international fashion and furniture brands, global food courts, and a cinema complex. Visitors can indulge in several added attractions in the mall that include an aura ride on the Canal and an 18-screen 7-star cinema experience.
One of the key entertainments that the mall has on offer is the combination of dancing fountains and immersive imagery that feature pillars of fire and dramatic sound waves. The show fuses science, technology, and art and has also earned two Guinness World Records.
Ibn e Battuta Mall:
The Ibn Battuta Mall is a large shopping mall on the Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai close to Interchange 6 for Jebel Ali Village. Having more than 270 shops, 50 restaurants, a 21-screen cinema, and over 4,500 parking spaces on a total of 521,000 m², Ibn Battuta is the world’s largest themed shopping mall.
Named after the Moroccan traveller, Ibn Battuta Mall features six courts that source their inspiration from the regions that the traveller travelled which are Andalusia, Tunisia, Egypt, Persia, India, and China. We can say that this mall is specially designed for the famous tourist ibn Battuta who discovered different things in his life. We should follow his name and visit that mall.
BURJUMAN is one of the oldest shopping malls in Dubai, in the residential area of Bur Dubai, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is developed and owned by Al Ghurair Group. The mall also hosts several food and beverage outlets including Nando’s, You Sushi, Pancake House, Asia Kitchen by Mainland China, California Pizza Kitchen, and Yellow Chili.
City Centre Deira:
City Centre Deira is in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is the original flagship mall in the Majid Al Futtaim Properties portfolio. This Mall is opened on August 27, 1995. It is in the older part of the city on the crossroad between Sharjah, Bur Dubai, and the Airport.
City Centre Deira opened its door for the first time in 1995 and was the first large-scale mixed-use shopping destination to feature retail outlets, restaurants, entertainment facilities, and a hotel in the Middle East. Covering an area of over 123,028 square meters, the mall hosts over 371 retail stores and services and an array of food and beverage outlets.
City Centre Mirdif:
City Centre Mirdif is a shopping mall in the residential area of Mirdif, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It opened on 26 March 2010 and is developed and managed by Majid Al Futtaim Properties. City Centre Mirdif has a gross leasable area of 196,000 m² and houses 465 retail stores. It has 430 stores, unique leisure and entertainment attractions, and a host of food and beverage outlets. It hosts anchor stores that include Carrefour, Playnation, Debenhams, Emax, Centrepoint, and Home Centre.
WAFI is a mixed-use development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The complex includes a mall, hotel, restaurants, residences, and a nightclub. This themed environment includes columns reminiscent of Karnak, small pyramids, and images of pharaohs.
The mall hosts over 350 retail outlets and more than 30 food and beverage outlets. It is also home to Souq Al Murjan which features 150 shops and vendors from across the Arab world.
Dubai Marina Mall:
Dubai Marina Mall is an indoor shopping mall in Dubai, UAE. It is named for its proximity to Dubai Marina. The large shopping facility has four levels and 390,000 square feet. There are 140 stores, 21 dining options, and a Children’s play area. It is one of the main shopping malls in Dubai.
Mercato Mall, located in Jumeirah, reflects the sights, and feel of a Renaissance-era Italian village. The mall is home to a wide number of international retail brands such as Laura Ashley and Jack Wills as well as plenty of bakeries like Cakey Épicerie by Stephane Glacier and Alison Nelson’s Chocolate Bar.