shopping malls Dubai Festival City Mall
Dubai Festival City Mall
Updated on 01 January 2017

Sitting along the banks of the historic Dubai Creek, Dubai Festival City houses over 2.8 million square foot of style and sophisticated shopping. Browse over 400 world-leading brands and flagship stores including Carolina Herrera, DKNY, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Ed Hardy, Diesel, Hugo Boss, Karen Millen, Calvin Klein, Mont Blanc, S.T. DuPont and Rolex. Together with its renowned hospitality, cafes and bistros, international entertainment, Novo Cinemas complex and Bowling City, Dubai Festival City is a must-visit destination. 
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