shopping malls Wafi Mall & The Pyramids
Wafi Mall & The Pyramids
Updated on 11 June 2015

Wafi delights in its unique architecture and affordable luxury and offers an authentic shopping experience with a mix of retail, leisure, dining, entertainment and residential facilities. Whether its haute couture, fashion, jewellery, gifts or home and interior accessories, you will find many high-end retailers and brands that are exclusive to Wafi. An added attraction is the quiet sophistication of Raffles Dubai - part of the Wafi complex, where you can chill out after maximising your purchasing power. www.wafi.com

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