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Updated by Brad Stark on Feb 05, 2016
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Top Malls And Markets in Dubai – dazzling Dubai

Dubbed as the shopping capital of the Middle East, Dubai offers an unforgettable shopping experience. The malls, gigantic in size, will take you to a different shopping experience like no other.


Wafi Mall

Wafi mall is a must visit place. It is one of the most famous luxurious shopping malls in Dubai, offering you a great assortment of upscale shopping items. The mall itself offers you an enchanting atmosphere with its architecture heavily influenced by Egyptian style. If you are travelling with family, the mall is the ideal place. The mall has a family entertainment centre on its third floor.


Dubai Gold Souk

Gold Souk is worth visiting mainly because of its historic significance. A seasoned traveller would know what Dubai is famous for: gold. That said, the Gold Souk would entertain you with an open air market of gold, diamond and other precious gems. The items available are rings, necklaces, bracelets and a host of other gold jewellery items. So do not forget to visit this souk if you are travelling in Dubai. But if you are going to make a purchase, do a thorough check and exercise your bargain skills. It is very much easier to reach the Dubai Gold Souk, if you stay at one of the luxury resorts such as PER AQUUM Hotels & Resorts. The hotel’s helpdesk would give you directions. You can also have transport arranged from the hotel to the souk.


Mall of the Emirates

Mall of the Emirates is the biggest shopping centre in the Middle East. This enormous mall is almost unmatched. And of course the interior won’t disappoint you. The mall is home to a wide assortment of traditional Arabic goods, a 14 screen cinema, more than 70 restaurants and an indoor Ski Slope. Even if you do not buy anything, the mall offers so many other activities.


Spice Souk

Very much in resemblance to Dubai Gold Souk, the Spice Souk offers a great collection of cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, incense, dried fruit and nuts, grown in the Middle East. You can of course try out your bargaining skills here and go for a good purchase. The traders are friendly, so you can afford a good chat with them for bargaining. They are even ready to commit their time to explain what they sell. A must try, as the Middle East renowned for their indigenous spices.


Deira City Centre

Probably the most popular shopping mall, because Deira is crowded almost all the time. The city centre is home to more than 350 shops which trade international designer clothes, electronic goods and many more. The mall also offers you the entertainment of an 11-screen cinema. Try to avoid weekends, as crowds will get even bigger then. The city centre is most loved probably because of its friendly traders.