Most Expensive Shopping Mall in the World

1 points

Most Expensive Shopping Mall in the World

If money isn’t a problem for you, then let’s go shopping in the most expensive shopping mall in the world!

Shopping malls are economic symbols of a city. Nowadays, they aren’t just fos shopping.
They’ve become huge entertainment zones and many of them look more like amusement parks with all those roller coasters and indoor water parks.

The Bawadi Mall, the ultimate shopping experience and leisure landmark destination in the city of Al Ain, is located at only 5 minutes from the town center, avoiding the city rush.

Being the largest in the world, the shopping mall combines a fabulous number of international as well as regional retail brands of fashion, food, jewelry and much more, spread over 400 shops.

The world’s costliest shopping mall features a bright, spacious, and inviting environment, featured with a wide curved vaulted skylight that soars above the main wide corridor and its main 3 spacious courts.

Most Expensive Shopping Mall in the Wold - EALUXE.COM | The Bawadi Shopping Mall
The Bawadi Shopping Mall via asmag.com

The Bawadi Shopping Mall also features 10.000 square meters space for ‘Family Entertainment Center’, which offers some unique and breathtaking experiences to all members of your family.

Featured with a wide curved vaulted skylight that soars above the main 10 meter wide concourse and its 3 courts, the mall gives its visitors a strong feeling of space and comfort.

Natural light floods the space by day and is replaced at night with special lighting that showcases design features. Also, inside the world’s most valuable shopping mall you’ll find an amazing garden with palm trees, and many species of flowers.

Most Expensive Shopping Mall in the Wold - EALUXE.COM | The Bawadi Shopping Mall
The Bawadi Shopping Mall via raredelights.com

The exterior architecture, the traditional souks and the heritage village are all inspired by the traditional Islamic culture.
Colors of the desert brought together with some modern ones are giving a special look to the amazing costliest shopping mall in the world.

The Bawadi Mall is a part of the Bawadi project, a project that was supposed to be finished in 2012, but slowed down due to financial setbacks in 2008.

The amazing structure was initially commissioned for $2.7 billion, far surpassing China’s $1.3 billion New South China Mall.

Coming in the mall from the north court entrance, the visitor witnesses the charm of the traditional Islamic architecture incubating a wide variety of merchandise, such as gold, handy crafts, carpets, pottery and more.

Most Expensive Shopping Mall in the Wold - EALUXE.COM | The Bawadi Shopping Mall
The Bawadi Shopping Mall via alaincitydailyphoto.com

Today, malls are not just for shopping. They have evolved into places where you can enjoy a variety of activities.

The launch of the world’s largest shopping area will provide support to the tourism and hospitality industry, which, in return will play a major role in the diversification and development of Dubai’s economy.‘ – His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum declared.

Most Expensive Shopping Mall in the Wold - EALUXE.COM | The Bawadi Shopping Mall
The Bawadi Shopping Mall via businessandmen.com

This concludes our cover on the most expensive shopping mall in the world!

We hope you enjoyed our article and we will like to know your opinion about this incredible shopping mall, so make sure you leave it in the comment section below.

For more interesting articles we recommend checking out Most Luxurious Mall in the World, Top 10 Best Shopping Streets in the World and Best Luxury Shopping Websites.

Discussion - 2 Responses

Submit reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Login

Sign in to alux.com or create an account

Lost password?

Signup

If you already have an account, please sign in

Forgot Password

Please enter your username or e-mail address to recover your password.

Hey there!

In order to submit a post to Alux.com you must be logged in.

Already have an account? Click here to sign in