Most amazing malls in the world

No.1 ) Mall of America (Minnesota , USA)

The Mall of America (MoA) is a shopping mall located in Bloomington, Minnesota. MoA Opened in 1992 and receives 40 million visitors annually. The Mall of America has a gross area of 4,870,000 sq ft (452,000 m2), enough to fit seven Yankee Stadiums inside, with 2,500,000 sq ft (230,000 m2) available as retail space. The mall is nearly symmetric, with a roughly rectangular floor plan and is organized into four different zones, each with its own decorative style. It also is the location of Sea Life Minnesota, The famous Universe Theme Park (largest indoor theme park in The United States), restaurants, and movie theaters.


No.2) Mall of the Emirates ( Dubai, UEA)

Mall of the Emirates, the world’s first shopping resort, is developed by Majid Al Futtaim Properties. Strategically located in the heart of what is now deemed 'New Dubai'. This 223,000 square metre centre offers a full range of shopping, leisure, and entertainment.The complex  includes a Magic Planet family entertainment area, a 14-screen VOX Cinemas, the world-renowned Ski Dubai - the middle east’s first indoor ski resort and snow park, the 500-seat capacity Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre and more than 90 international dining and café options.Opened in September 2005, the three-level racetrack mall has 7,000 parking spaces and is connected to the Dubai Metro. Mall of the Emirates welcomed 33.8 million visitors in 2012.


No. 3) The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian (Las Vegas, USA)

The Grand Canal Shoppes is a 500,000 sq ft (46,000 m2) Venetian-styled shopping mall inside The Venetian Hotel & Casino and The Palazzo in las Vegas, Nevada.The mall was opened along with the Venetian hotel in 1999 and has 91 shops for retail, dining, and entertainment and also indoor canals, where gondolas take people around the mall. Live performances can be found throughout the mall. As of 2008, the mall had 20 million visitors a year, among the highest in the country.


No.4) Tokyo Midtown mall (Tokyo , Japan)

Tokyo Midtown is a 569,000 square meter (6.1 million sq ft) mixed-use development in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan. Completed in March 2007, Tokyo Midtown is the famous blend of 6 buildings that comprises of offices, residential units, restaurants, hotels, stores, museums, and a shopping mall.Midtown Tower is the second tallest building in Tokyo Prefecture at 248 meters and the fifth-tallest in Japan and also the new quarters of the Suntory Museum of Art.


No. 5) West Edmonton Mall (Alberta, Canada)

West Edmonton Mall (WEM), located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is the largest shopping mall in North America and the tenth largest in the world. West Edmonton Mall's concept is inspired by the traditional urban bazaars of Persia, where shopping and entertainment were plentiful and operated in tandem, fulfilling a variety of consumer needs all in one place.West Edmonton Mall is home to more than 800 stores and services including 10 world-class attractions, two hotels, over 100 dining venues, the widest variety of one-of-a-kind retailers, and entertainment for all ages. Average yearly visitation is approximately 30.8 million, making West Edmonton Mall the province's number-one tourist attraction.

No. 6) Beijing mall

Not only has this mall made it to the world’s top 10 largest mall, but it also holds a slot in the top 10 luxurious malls of Beijing with a gross leasable area of 314000 square meter. This mall was opened in the year 2005 and has hundreds of different shops. The mall is known for its manmade beach and its huge parking lot that can store more than 8,000 cars at a time.

No. 7) The Dubai Mall (Dubai , UEA)

The Dubai Mall is  Located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, it is part of the 20-billion-dollar Downtown Dubai complex, and includes 1,200 shops, an aquarium and under water zoo, Ice rink, indoor theme park and, movie theaters. The Dubai Mall hosted a record of 37 million visitors in its first year of operation in 2009, and attracts more than 750,000 visitors every week. In 2012, Dubai Mall continued to hold the title of world's most-visited shopping and leisure destination, and attracted more than 65 million visitors, an increase of more than 20 percent compared to the 54 million recorded in 2011. It attracted more visitors than New York City with over 52 million tourists in 2012, and Los Angeles with 41 million.


No. 8) ZloteTarasy (Warsaw, Poland)

The ZłoteTarasy is a commercial, office, and entertainment complex in the center of Warsaw, Poland. This mall opened on February 7, 2007.The architectural concept of ZłoteTarasy was designed by The Jerde Partnership, for which the firm received the 2006 Architectural Review MIPIM Future Project Award in the Retail and Leisure category. The total area of the building amounts to 205,000 m². It includes 200 shops and restaurants, a hotel, a multiplex cinema and an underground parking garage for 1,400 cars. A transparent roof covers its signature central indoor courtyard designed for concerts and similar events.


No. 9) Westfield London (London , England)

Westfield London is a shopping centre in White City, London, United Kingdom. The centre was developed by the Westfield Group at a cost of £1.6bn, and opened on October 30, 2008 featuring 270 stores, 60 restaurants and movie theatres spread over five floors.The centre is noted for its size (150,000 m²) which is equivalent of about 30 football pitches. At the time of its opening it was reported to be the second largest commercial centre in the UK.


 No. 10) New South China Mall (Dongguan , China)

New South China Mall in Dongguan, China is the largest mall in the world based on gross leasable area, and ranked second in total area to the Dubai Mall.However, it is largely vacant. Unlike other "dead malls", which have been characterized by the departure of tenants, the New South China Mall has been 99% vacant since its 2005 opening as very few merchants have ever signed up.The mall contains sufficient space for as many as 2,350 stores in approximately 659,612 square metres (7,100,000 sq ft) of leasable space.The mall has seven zones modeled on international cities, nations and regions, including Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, Venice, Egypt, the Caribbean, and California.Since its opening in 2005, the mall has suffered from a severe lack of occupants. Much of the retail space has remained empty, with over 99% of the stores vacant. The only occupied areas of the mall are near the entrance where several Western fast food chains are located and a parking structure repurposed as a kart racing track. New South China Mall is also known as “Ghost shopping centre”.






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