shopping malls Mall of the Emirates
Mall of the Emirates
Updated on 11 June 2015

The world’s first shopping resort has over 560 international brands, including department stores, fashion, lifestyle, sports, electronics, home furnishing outlets and a host of international dining and cafe options. The mall features a varied selection of world renowned designer brands in the Fashion Dome. Entertainment attractions include a 14-screen VOX Cinemas, Dubai’s Community Theatre and Arts Centre (DUCTAC) and the world-renowned Ski Dubai, the Middle East’s first indoor ski resort and snow park. www.malloftheemirates.com

 

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