shopping malls The Dubai Mall
The Dubai Mall
Updated on 11 June 2015

The Dubai Mall is the largest shopping and entertainment destination in the world, offering an unparalleled mix of retail, dining, entertainment and leisure attractions. The 440,000sq ft Fashion Avenue also makes it the region’s fashion capital, whilst Dubai Aquarium, KidZania, SEGA Republic, Reel Cinemas, Dubai Ice Rink and The Dubai Fountain make it a prime destination for families and tourists. The Dubai Mall is also linked directly to the Dubai Metro station, making it easily accessible to visitors. www.thedubaimall.com

 

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