Wafi Mall, situated inside Wafi City, is one of Dubai's oldest malls, and shopping here is an experience unlike any other. Designed with an Egyptian style in mind, this shopping mall houses three pyramids that draw attention to the spaciousness of the building. Two of the pyramids are made of stained glass and throw soft, coloured lights onto, and around, passersby. Find international brands such as Roberto Cavalli, Links of London, Chanel, Versace, Topshop and Jaeger at any of the 300 hundred shops in the building and expect a fun day of shopping and adventure when you visit here. If you're looking to avoid large crowds, then visit in the morning when there are fewer people around, but if you want the buzz and excitement that only comes from shopping in a large crowd, then come at night when this shopping mall feels like the centre of the fashion and entertainment world.
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Al Ghurair Centre
Find the latest trends and hottest fashions at Al Ghurair Centre. With brands like French Connection, Guess, Esprit, and Mexx, Al Ghurair Centre has everything from eveningwear to comfy-causal. For those searching for the finest textiles and highest quality materials, then look no further than this shopping centre which offers textiles from manufacturers like Louloua, Verona, Laurent, and Majestic. A mixed-use space, Al Ghurair Centre also contains a movie theatre, various restaurants, and other activities. Stop by to learn about the newest designs, find a trendy outfit for a night in Dubai or spend the day window shopping.
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Khan Murjan Souk is in the basement of the Wafi Mall. Inspired by the ancient Bagdad market, Khan Murjan houses both traditional and contemporary Arabic products. The scent of incense perfumes each corner of this market, and a visit here is a full sensory experience. Along with perfumes, loom products, artisanal goods and Persian rugs, Khan Murjan Souk has traditional and contemporary clothing and features incredible architectural designs. The lead architect split the store into four parts: Egypt, Syria, Turkey, and Morroco and had craftspeople from each of these countries design marble mosaics and stained glass fixtures for each section. Khan Murjan is the perfect place to shop for the highest quality middle eastern goods and experience a Bagdad market.
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