shopping malls BurJuman
BurJuman
Updated on 10 April 2017

BurJuman is one of Dubai's oldest malls. Centrally located in Bur Dubai, the historic district of the city, it offers direct links via both Dubai Metro lines and has easy access to major highways. BurJuman has a variety of Dubai’s leading retailers including H&M, Forever 21, Splash, LC Waikiki, Zara, Next, Mothercare, New Look, Aldo, Nine West, Inglot, Charles & Keith, Adidas Original, Sharaf DG, The Toy Store and more. There’s also a state of art cinema and a family entertainment centre, along with a range of cafes, fast food outlets and casual restaurants. www.burjuman.com

 

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