shopping malls Ibn Battuta Mall
Ibn Battuta Mall
Updated on 11 June 2015

Ibn Battuta Mall is the world’s largest themed shopping mall and celebrates the travels of Ibn Battuta, the famous 14th century Arabic explorer. The six sections - Andalusia, Tunisia, Egypt, Persia, India and China - all provide an invaluable glimpse into the past. With over 275 retailers, 50 restaurants and food outlets and frequent events and promotions held at the mall, it makes for an attractive alternative shopping destination. Located on the outskirts of Dubai, the best way to get there is by car, taxi or the metro. www.ibnbattutamall.com

 

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