Dubai is the richest emirate and the most important trading platform of the UAE. There are many huge shopping malls with the widest variety of goods, so shopping here is a really enjoyable activity.
In the shopping centers of Dubai, everything is under control — from entertainment to free car parks. Therefore, if you want to move from one shopping mall to another in great comfort and rent Rolls Royce Wraith Dubai, you will have no parking problems.
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And moving through the labyrinths of shopping malls and smelling oriental scents, you will sink into a relaxed atmosphere that makes every purchase sheer enjoyment.
In 2008, this shopping mall got an award as the best shopping center of the year. It is decorated in Egyptian style, and the dome is crowned with pyramid-shaped stained glass windows.
Here you can find more than 230 stores — different designer boutiques with expensive clothing and jewelry.
Where: Intersection of Sheikh Rashid Road and Oud Metha Road
Like Wafi Shopping Centre, BurJuman Center is also famous for its luxury brand stores. It was opened in 1992 and hosts more than 300 stores today.
Where: On Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road.
There will be no problem getting to this shopping mall: It is located in the heart of Dubai’s business district. Here you can find a huge variety of branded stores that make you lose track of time.
Where: Jumeirah Emirates Towers on Sheikh Zayed Road
This is the most popular shopping center in Dubai today. And it is easy to explain: Mall of the Emirates hosts the indoor ski complex Ski Dubai where you can ride bobsled, snowboard, and sled, and visit the ice cave.
Mall of the Emirates has more than 400 stores of famous brands. Moreover, some of them you can find only in Dubai.
Where: Intersection of Sheikh Zayed Road and Umm Suqeim Street.
This shopping center is not large, but cozy and has an amazing Italian design. We think you see it from its name. Mercato Mall hosts about 90 stores for fashion, rugs, antiques, souvenirs, jewelry, electronics, and accessories, as well as excellent restaurants and cafes.
Where: On Jumeirah Road, Jumeirah-1 district.
The highlight of this complex is its division into six thematic parts — China, India, Egypt, Andalusia, North Africa, and Persia. So you can visit all these countries in one day and one place, become acquainted with their sights and taste their traditional dishes.
Where: On Garden Cross Road, Jebel Ali district.
The mall was opened in 2008 and is popular with residents of Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach Residences. Like Mercato Mall, it is also not very large and hosts a Waitrose supermarket, various shops, cafes, and a food court. Here you can find everything you need for your daily life.
Where: On Dubai Marina Drive, Dubai Marina district.
What about something Chinese in Dubai? Sounds weird, but it is real. Dragon Mart is a dragon-shaped shopping mall stretching along the road. And here you can find real Chinese goods.
Where: In International City.
It is the world’s largest duty-free shop. The best goods you can buy here are perfumes, alcohol, and cigarettes. There is a range of goods here that are available only at Dubai Duty-Free.
Where: Dubai International Airport.
It is intended for all fans of good bargains: Discounts do not stop here all year round and reach up to 90%
Where: On the Dubai-Al Ain highway.
I hope this article was useful! Wish you good luck in shopping around the fairy-tale emirate!