Published On: Thu, Apr 21st, 2016

5 Spots in Dubai for shopping



Dubai is the hub for shopping all over the globe. If you are eager for shopping then Dubai should be your destination.

Here are five shopping experiences range from monster malls to old-time souks, but they all will make sure that you go back home with a lighter wallet.

Dubai Mall

It is thought to be the biggest shopping mall on the globe, the Dubai Mall resides more than 1,200 shops and 160 restaurants and cafes. You can find their foremost international fashion brands for example Gucci, Dior, and Burberry; chic department stores, for instance, Bloomingdale’s and Galerie Lafayette; and even an up to date gold souk. If you have some more time later than all that shopping then explore the mall’s further magnetism. These involve Candylicious, the globe’s major sweet shop; the indoor theme park the SEGA Republic; Dubai Aquarium and Under Water Zoo; Dubai Ice Rink; and the Dubai Fountains, the highest ones in the world.

Gold Souk

Dubai includes in one of the cheapest gold rates on the globe. Be ready to get amazed when you walk into Dubai’s well-known Gold Souk, which has lines after lines of shops advertising yellow, and white gold, silver, and gems. There is an astonishing array of jewelry designs there, from necklaces, rings, and bangles to small statuettes. If you are a cookery aficionado, go to the Spice Souk nearby, where you will have each sort of spice possible.

Wafi Mall

The Wafi Mall is stimulated by ancient Egypt, with pyramids, gigantic pharaoh sculpture, and columns embellishing its fascia and interiors. It possesses 300 designer stores and 30 restaurants, a Cleopatra’s spa and a Pharaoh’s Club.

Souk Madinat Jumeirah

This expensive up to date souk reconstructs Venetian canals in an Arabian location.

Mall of the Emirates

This spendthrift mall is recognized as more for its shopping because it is for Ski Dubai, the major enclosed ski slope on the globe. It as well possesses a theatre and arts centre, which has a 14 screen cinema and 85 coffee shops and restaurants.


About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.

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