shopping malls Gold & Diamond Park
Gold & Diamond Park
Updated on 11 June 2015

The Gold & Diamond Park has 90 show-stopping retail outlets dedicated to the gold and jewellery trade, plus 118 manufacturing units for the gold and jewellery industry. In addition to purchasing ready-made items, jewellery enthusiasts have the option of commissioning their own designs or remodelling existing items handcrafted onsite. This popular shopping destination has cafes and restaurants, ample parking spaces and is easy to get to using the Dubai Metro Red Line. www.goldanddiamondpark.com

 

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