Seven shopping centers to visit around the world

Traveling for pleasure. The offers available for tourists from all over the world are really diversified. There are those who love art and culture, those who prefer nature while others perhaps like to dive in the lights of Las Vegas and after many years of playing on digital casinos, maybe with the promotions given by, they want to try a hand of blackjack at a real green table. Tourism to shopping malls is also on the rise. In this case, we are talking about immense structures that really offer an unforgettable experience from various points of view. Below, therefore, we present 7 of the largest and most visited shopping centers in the world!

The Dubai Mall is part of the Burj Khalifa complex, the tallest artificial structure ever built, at least to date. The Dubai Mall is the largest shopping center in the world in terms of total surface area, but it comes fifth if we consider the gross rentable area. The shopping center contains over 1,200 shops, including the world’s largest candy store, an ice skating rink, a SEGA play center, a 5-star luxury hotel, 22 cinema screens, 120 restaurants and caf├ęs as well as one of the world’s largest aquariums.

Inaugurated in 2006 in Pasay City, Philippines, in Asia, the structure consists of 4 buildings interconnected by walkways. One of the main attractions of the SM Mall of Asia shopping center, with an immense size of 390,000 square meters, is an IMAX theater with one of the largest 3D screens in the world.

This shopping center opened its doors in 2005 and is currently one of the largest shopping malls in Europe. The Istanbul Cevahir contains 343 shops, 34 restaurants as well as an event theatre, 12 cinemas, bowling alleys, roller coasters and many other attractions for young and old.

The Albrook Mall in Panama City is one of the largest shopping centers in South America, a true temple of shopping. Opened in 2003, the shopping mall has more than 500 stores, including 4 areas dedicated to fast food, a cinema, a children’s area and even a 4-star hotel.

It is a huge structure to say the least, it opened in Bangkok in 1990, but since then the complex has been greatly expanded, coming to house more than 600 shops, 50 restaurants and 21 cinemas, making it in fact the largest shopping center in Thailand.

Iran’s largest shopping mall opened in 2012, home to over 750 shops, a 5-star hotel, a museum, several cinemas, and the largest indoor amusement park in the Middle East. All distributed over 7 floors.

Opened in 2005, the gigantic structure, the largest in the world, is divided into 7 areas, each of which is inspired by different cities and countries: Paris, Venice, Rome, Amsterdam, Egypt, the Caribbean and California. The structure continues to expand even though out of the 2000 structures it can accommodate, currently only a small part is occupied.