THE 4 LARGEST MALLS IN THE WORLD
Have you ever heard where are the largest malls in the world? At first, the mall is well known as a place to shop and looking for people needed. But nowadays, many people consider mall as a place for family recreation, hanging out with friends, eating out, playing and a series of other fun activities. Mall has become the destination for family enjoys their weekends. Enjoy quality time with family at the mall is not always boring. Family recreation arena could be an option that you can enjoy with your kids at the mall. Here is the list of the 4 largest malls in the world you need to know.
Cevahir Istanbul, Turkey
Shopping and Entertainment Centre Cevahir Istanbul was also known as Şişli Kültür ve Ticaret Merkez is the first largest mall in Europe as a place for rent between 2005 and 2011. Cevahir Istanbul considered as one of the largest malls in the world, with total building area 420.000 m². There are 20 floors in total and 6 floors which filled with 343 stores, some of them are the first international branded store in Turkey. There are also 34 fast food restaurants and 14 exclusive restaurants.
Dubai Mall, Dubai
With total building area more than 12.000.000 sq ft, Dubai Mall is one of the largest malls in the world in term of building area. Dubai Mall also achieves the Guinness World Record for its “Largest Acrylic Panel”. You can find more than 1200 stores, indoor aquarium, 250 luxurious hotel bedroom, 120 restaurants and cafe, and also 22 movie screens.
Mall Of America, Minnesota USA
Mall of America which was opened in 1992 is the third biggest mall in North America and one of the largest malls in the world. It has a total gross area of 4.200.000 sq ft. Mall Of America is the most visited mall in the world, with 40.000.000 visitors every year.
Tokyo Midtown Mall, Tokyo Japan
Tokyo Midtown Mall in Tokyo Japan is a mixed-use development area in Roppongi which was opened in 2007. This mall is one of the largest malls in the world. The main tower is occupied by many international companies such as Yahoo, Fuji, John Hopkins Hospital and Ritz Carlton Hotel.