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Shopping in UAE

Abu Dhabi Mall

Abu Dhabi MallThe ultimate all-day destination, this four storey mall has over 200 retail outlets including Mango, Paris Gallery, Virgin Mega Store and numerous designer outlets. In addition to a spacious food court, there’s a coffee shop or restaurant on every level and, for those who don’t wish to shop, an 800 seat multi-screen cinema.
http://www.abudhabi-mall.com









Marina Mall
The city’s newest and biggest mall is possibly the most accessible and certainly the easiest to park at.

Marina MallBuilt on the breakwater, Marina Mall stands alone across the bay overlooking the city. It is actually at the furthest point from town but a simple road system which is largely traffic free makes this the easiest mall to get to.

The massive, spacious and airy mall incorporates Ikea, Carrefour hypermarket, a huge food court and a multi-screen cinema complex as well as hundreds of international outlets. Considered by many Abu Dhabi residents as the ideal place to drop the kids off for a day in the summer, this is the ultimate family mall.
http://www.marinamall.ae


Abu Dhabi Co-operative Society Complex
Big and busy, this is a mall that is always teeming with life. The ground floor sports the Abu Dhabi Co-op supermarket. Fresh produce is extremely good value and the bakery is highly recommended. A variety of smaller outlets in and around the supermarket sell everything from cosmetics to watches. There is a well stocked video rental store and an excellent computer and IT accessories outlet. Clothes shops offer adults and children’s fashions. Al Capone’s coffee bar on the second floor makes a great rest stop but those who wish to take in the view should head for the food court on the top floor that overlooks the marina. A large arcade area keeps the children occupied.
http://www.adcoops.com


Ibn Battuta Mall
It’s a shopping destination unlike any other. It is themed around the travels of renowned 14th century Arabian explorer, Ibn Battuta. The architecture within the mall’s six courts reflects the most influential places Ibn Battuta traveled during his time, providing mall visitors an invaluable glimpse into the past. The center is located on the opposed main road Sheikh Zayed, in the Jebel Ali area. http://www.ibnbattutamall.com


Mall of the Emirates
Shop for that new pair of shoes in a designer boutique, catch the latest Hollywood blockbuster with the luxury of a reclining seat, enjoy a mouth-watering meal with family or friends, brace yourself for an exhilarating ride at the shiny new Magic Planet, slalom gracefully down a ski hill...Now you can do all of these things and many more under one roof at the world’s first shopping resort – Mall of the Emirates.

Mall of the Emirates, the ultimate leisure, entertainment and shopping resort opened on September 28th 2005, and is the largest shopping centre outside of North America. Strategically located in the heart of what is now deemed ‘New Dubai,’ this 223,000 square metre centre offers a full range of shopping, leisure, and entertainment.

Mall of the Emirates is home to over 400 retailers and also features a complete range of entertainment options including Ski Dubai, the first indoor ski destination in the Middle East, a two-level Magic Planet, the largest indoor family entertainment centre in the country, a 14-screen Cinestar Cinemas and the Dubai Community Arts and Theatre with a 500 seat-theatre and art gallery. It also has 65 restaurants and coffee shops with everything from fast food to themed restaurants and exclusive dining alternatives.
  This mixed use development will incorporate two hotels, including a 5-star Kempinski, which will offer over 900 rooms combined, a host of licensed restaurants, tennis court, swimming pools and spas. http://www.malloftheemirates.com


Ikea Dubai Festival city
There is a huge shopping area witch contains from Ikea, the huge super market Panda, and electronics shop “Plagin” and “Ace” house tools. Located in Al Rebat Road on Festival City, witch is growing one more town into the town.
http://www.ikea.com


Bur Juman
Located on Trade Centre Road, Bur Dubai, Bur Juman has over 300 retail outlets spread over an area of 2.8 million square feet. Promoting itself as the Residence of High Fashion, Bur Juman outlets offer an excellent choice in ladies and gents high fashion, jewellery, cosmetics, perfume and footwear and their stores are well represented by such household nemrs as Saks 5th Avenue, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Dior, Hermes, Valentino, Cartier, Christian Lacroix, DKNY, Calvin Klein, Loewe and Polo by Ralph Lauren. If you have purchasing a present or souvenir, a gift wrapping service is available on the second level for a nominal charge. There is ample free parking spread across four levels in the basement and also wheelchair access. Baby strollers and wheelchairs are available from the reception area. http://www.burjuman.com


Deira City Centre
Big, brash and bound to deliver is the best way to describe the largest shopping centre in the Gulf. City Centre has everything, which is probably why the mall is normally busy and absolutely packed in the evenings and at weekends. You can buy a washing machine or an evening gown here.

The mall manages to fit shops that would fill an entire European town into the courts that make up the centre of the structure. Individual courts lie along corridors that lead off the central walkway each dedicated to a specific range of products. An 11-screen cinema complex, with seating for 3000 people, shows the latest releases. This is a mall that it’s probably possible to spend a week in rather than just a day. For such a massive mall, City Centre is surprisingly easy to navigate. Parking is free and plentiful but more than 4000 spaces make it easy to lose the car.
www.deiracitycentre.com
  



Wafi Mall
Possibly the most exclusive mall in Dubai Wafi’s massive glass pyramids house a wide range of designer outlets, luxury gift shops, coffee shops and the most luxurious ladies toilets in town visit well worth it for the decor alone. There are two major department stores Jashanmals and Salam Stores, the latter being the favoured haunt of professional photographers seeking the widest range of photographic accessories in town. If luxury is on your shopping list this is the place to be. Swarovski handbags, priceless limited edition jewellery and the most elaborate candles in the city are all to be found at Wafi. Encounter Zone on the top floor of the mall, offers a fun-filled day out for big kids and little ones. Not cheap but extremely good value there’s roller-blading, computer games, simulators, a reproduction of the Crystal Maze and the scariest haunted house in the country. Work on a massive extension is currently underway. Wafi City will soon incorporate a cinema complex, hotel, indoor sports stadium and numerous additional F&B outlets. The tag line says it all Dubai’s No1 place to go for things to do.


Spectacular Mercato The Renaissance-style shopping mall Mercato (Italian for market) is the first themed mall in the Middle East and UAE, which brings together the choicest lifestyle offerings from the Mediterranean, in addition to many exclusive international brands. Based on a distinctive Renaissance architectural concept, it predominantly captures Italian, French and Spanish flavours and artistic characteristics; playing host to regular fairs and festivals from each country.

Mercato is designed to be a prestigious shopping destination catering to quality-conscious residents and visitors to Dubai. It is ideally located in Jumeirah, one of the fastest growing residential and retail districts in the city, currently boasting several resort properties, hotels and private villas. Mercato provides more than just world famous brand names; it offers a comprehensive shopping and entertainment experience within an aesthetically stimulating ambience. It is simply the Goodlife.Mercato is an inspired creation from the famous Italian architect, Daniele Morelli, a well-known Italian architect, who researched extensively to give shape to the vision of Mr Abdul Rahim Zarooni, the seasoned entrepreneur with an eye for artistic excellence.

The interior of the mall replicates the concept of several squares, the focal point of any Mediterranean town and the traditional location of the mercato, or market. Centuries ago, peasants would bring their goods to the mercato to trade. Inevitably, shops became permanent features, all facing inwards to attract maximum custom. Eventually, the mercato developed a sense of community and family, becoming a place where people met for coffee and talked for hours. And at sunset, the square would turn into a venue for events, festivals and concerts.


Souq Madinat Jumeirah
A colourful and vibrant market or part of a market in an Arabian city. Lively trading culture, animated, interactive. Meandering paths lead visitors through a bazaar-like atmosphere in which open fronted shops and intimate galleries spill onto the paved walkways.Unique shopping and dining experience.   boutique shops
23    waterfront cafes, bars and restaurants
432 seat Madinat Theatre
open plazas and nightclub, Airconditioned walkways


Al Ghurair City

Located in the city, this mall has the distinction of being both the oldest mall in the Gulf and the newest in Dubai. The first phase of massive and total refurbishment was completed in November 2001 making Dubais first mall one of the biggest and glitziest.

Some 130 international outlets are now open, with a further 50 plus, including a supermarket, planned before March 2002. A multiplex cinema is scheduled to open in July 2002.

The mall’s atmosphere is unique, it’s the only shopping centre that opens onto the street with cafés on pavements in true European style. To date, despite new developments, Al Ghurair still makes for a relaxed shopping experience. But the situation cannot last. The new mall has something for everyone and it can only be a matter of time before Dubai shoppers make the journey across the bridge to Deira without hesitation. Deira and Sharjah residents have already discovered the secret! If quiet shopping is your wish better to visit sooner rather than later!
http://www.alghuraircity.com


Beach Centre
This two-storey mall has a very congenial atmosphere with the centre foyer one big coffee shop and cyber-café. Recommended for beachwear and homes one of the best maternity shops in town - Jenny Rose on the upper floor. Nice, easy shopping and good coffee.


Emirates Towers Boulevard
Dubai’s newest shopping complex links the Emirates Towers Hotel with the 51-storey office complex that towers above the Dubai skyline. Exclusive, spacious and striking, the mall reflects the building above it. One of the easiest malls at which to park the car, but best to leave it at home since this is Dubai’s first mall to incorporate licensed outlets. Well worth a visit but, as yet, not a major shopping venue.


Gold and Diamond Park The modern day version of the Gold Souq, this newly opened purpose-built complex houses an impressive array of jewellers. Prices are not as competitive as in the souq but the range of goods on offer is just as extensive. Sanitized but well stocked and far more practical to visit than the souq.


Lamcy Plaza
Located behind the Wafi Centre, this is a multi-storey clothing and general department store. Good for chindren’s toys and clothing. Excellent play area is on the ground floor.


Mazaya Centre New, glitzy and still filling up. This two-storey mall potentially has a lot going for it; it’s easy to get to and parking is free and plentiful. More of a place to go to for specifics than to hang out in all day √ although when all the outlets are occupied this may change. Per Imports, the popular furniture store, has moved to this centre which is also recommended for carpets √ two specialist shops offer treasures for floors and walls with carpets from Iran and Pakistan. A good place to bargain for the finest silk weaves.


Sharjah Shopping Centers:
- Sahara Centre
- Sharjah Mega Mall
- Al Fardan Centre


Ajman Shopping Centers:
- Ajman City Center


Al Ain Shopping Centers:
- Al Jimi Shopping Centre


Ras Al Khaimah Shopping Centers:
- Manar Mall

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