One of the worlds leading cities in innovation and creativity, Dubai is increasingly becoming one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the globe. From traditional to cosmopolitan, Dubai has something for everyone, whether visitors are searching for a cultural experience or are purely indulging in the lavish lifestyle Dubai has to offer. Known to many as the nerve centre of the Gulf, Dubai remains unchallenged in its role as regional entrepot. Renowned for nurturing creativity, Dubai is home to unprecedented imagination and originality, and one look at the Dubai skyline is substantial proof that Dubai is on track to being in a league of its own.
One of the things that make Dubai a great place to go shopping is the fact that it is a duty-free port that low or mostly no duties or tariffs imposed on foreign products. For the bargain hunter it is a field teeming with game so thick that even taking aim is superfluous.
It does not matter how big the brand name or the nature of the products it has to offer. If it can be sold then it will on display somewhere among the numerous shopping centers in Dubai. What is more it will typically be cheaper in Dubai than in the country of its origin.
The Dubai Mall is the world's largest shopping malls in terms of total area, and is the sixth largest in terms of gross leasable area. It forms a part of the Burj Khalifa complex, and offers about 1200 shops.
The Mall of Emirates, located in the Al Barsha district of Dubai, is one of the largest shopping malls in the world. Unveiled in November 2005, it is one of the largest shopping malls in the world. Located at the heart of Dubai, now known as ‘New Dubai’, this shopping mall offers a range of shopping, leisure and entertainment.
Dubai Festival City is an Al-Futtaim Group Real Estate development project which covers 5.2 million sq ft and stretches 3 kilometres along the historic Dubai Creek that optimizes the thriving and visionary spirit of Dubai.
This shopping center in Dubai is located opposite the Creek Golf and Yacht Club on Beniyas Road. It is open from 10am to midnight on weekdays and 2pm to midnight on Friday. Despite the longer hours in comparison to other shopping centers in Dubai, the Deira City Center is still crowded on every day of the week.
Located in the heart of Dubai, the BurJuman Centre is a distinctive landmark which comprises more than three hundred thousand square feet of retail space. The centre's atrium courtyards flooded with sunlight, comfortable seating and abundant foliage creates a relaxed yet vibrant shopping environment.
Ibn Battuta Mall has been consistently busy since opening, however, with few attractions open elsewhere even more shoppers took advantage of the mall's diverse tenancy mix which includes 50 new shopping brands to the UAE.
Venetian and Tuscan architecture meld to form one of the most extraordinary works of creativity as seen during the Renaissance. Its cobbled streets are your walkway to a romantic dinner, pizza or a movie. The festivals and fairs held regularly echo the history, architectural concepts of French, Italian and Spanish all at the same time.
Construction began on the mall in 2005 and with a span of 390,000 square feet of leasing area and 116 retail shops, a collection of cafes and eateries, four floors of parking with 2000 spaces, a Waitrose Supermarket, a children’s play area called the Kids Zone, a six screen cinema and an attached hotel, there’s really no reason to ever leave!
Arabian Center shopping center is the new kid on the block in UAE. The mall is strategically located in Al Khawaneej Road, Mirdiff, UAE and is one of the newly built malls in Dubai. The mall is opened in March 2009 and is developed by Lals Group which is also the group developer behind the famous Lamcy Plaza.
The Oasis Centre in Dubai offers a truly shopper friendly environment. It is convenient and offers its shoppers a fully engaging encounter. With kiosks in the walkways and loads of stores, you’re sure to find something you’re looking for.
The mall is a shopping center and is located in a portion of the Dubai Outlet City (DOC) located in Dubailand. Located on the Dubai-Al Ain Road, the mall kicked off operations in mid to late 2007.
One of Dubai’s finest establishments is the Hamarain Shopping Center. It is a prime shopping destination for anyone looking for anything of quality. This shopping complex is located right in the heart of the Deira, Dubai’s Business District. It borders Abu Bakr Al-siddio Street, Al Murqqabat Road, Salah Al Din Road, Al Regga Road and Hor Al-anz Street. It also neighbors the JW Marriott Hotel.
The Mazaya Centre, from the quality of its finish to its building design and elegant mix of retailers, provides commitment to its customers and certainly lives up to its name. In the year 2000, the Mazaya Center opened near the tallest building in the world, the Dubai Tower.
Carrefour operates several hypermarkets in Dubai, mostly located at large shopping malls. Here are the contact details of few Carrefour stores in Dubai.
With 100 stores in almost all major cities of the GCC Lulu caters to more than 468,000 shoppers a day, thereby making it the most popular hypermarket/supermarket in the region.