The Mall of the Emirates

It is the largest and the newest Mall in Dubai until today. No one knows what will rise tomorrow.
Mall of the Emirates is conveniently located on Sheikh Zayed Road, at the Dubai new developments area, on a cross road between Al Barsha, Um Sequim, Al Quos Industrial Area. If you drive from the Marina or The Emirates Hills towards the city it will be on your right hand side and if you travel from Dubai to Abu Dhabi it will be on your left hand site. As this is a new aria developed in the last few years, naturally majority of customers are Expats for m Europe, Australia or America.
The variety of coffee shops, eateries, stores, shops, boutiques is the largest in Dubai.
The high-end boutiques consist of Luis Vuyton, Roberto Cavalli, De Beers, Escada, Etoale, Gucci, Armani, Salvatore Feragamo, La Perla, Versache, Massimo Dutti, Hugo Boss, L'Occitane (Link) plus all the rest. There are some very well stocked furniture stores as Home Centre, Marina, Zara Home. The range of retails outlets is endless: Zara, Mango, Forever 21, Levis, Splash, Top Shop, Bereshka, Stradivarius, Pepe Jins, Debenhams etc.
Of course the most visited is the hypermarket Carrefour.
There are two food courts apart from other restaurants as Chillis, Japengo, and Noodles House. The coffee shops are too many for any one to remember, but I like am most Paul, Cinabon, Starbuck, Coffee Bean and Tea Life, Le Pain Quotidien (Link). There are plenty of jeweler shops, book stores, nutrition shops and in general every kind of store one may need. For more details, please click here.
Tip: If possible, avoid going there on Fridays as it is overcrowded and you won’t enjoy it. My favorite shopping time is Sunday morning.


Fran said...

Hi PS,
lovely pictures. Did you take it your self or using images from the Internet?
F x

Editor said...

Good Morning,
I am the photographer my seld &
A valuable addition to the IKEA is The Hyper Panda Supermarket which is as big as the Carrefour at the City Centre and very similar priced unlike Spinneys (which is the most expensive). The variety of items is a bit different than the Carrefour and I can say that the household section is better. We went there 3 days ago and got some chocolate croissants, which tests good even today.

Anonymous said...

All i can say is that Majid Al Futtaim knows how to pick the best places to put a mall. Mall of the Emirates caters to pretty much the whole sheikh zayed road, it competes with Ibn Battuta Mall when it comes to the huge community at interchange 5 (Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Lake Towers, etc.)