With hundreds of stores and leisure and entertainment options, malls are gaining more and more space in large cities around the world. With different audiences – from the most popular to the luxury ones – it is possible to find a wide variety of products and famous brands.
We have selected for you a list of the 10 largest malls around the world. Check out!
It is currently considered the largest shopping center in the world. In addition to having more than 1200 stores and an ice skating rink, you can find a huge aquarium with more than 33 marine animals on display.
It is the second largest mall in the world, with around 1500 stores and a total area of 1 million square meters. Located in the city of Dongguan in the north of Hong Kong, it is considered the largest leisure center in Asia.
The second largest mall in Asia and the third in the world is located in the Philippines. One of the main attractions is a large open area where you can find a garden called “Sky Garden”.
Malaysia is home to the fourth most certified mall in the world, 1 Utama. With a constructed area of 465.000 m², the mall in Kuala Lumpur had its first phase of construction inaugurated in 1995.
Between 2004 and 2005, it was considered the largest mall in the world, with an area of approximately 557m² built. It has six floors and more than a thousand stores and its interior.
The sixth largest mall in the world is located in Bangkok, Thailand. With a complex that includes a hotel and a commercial tower, the site underwent a major expansion in 2003.
Also known as the Persian Gulf Complex, it is considered the seventh largest mall in the world. Located in Iraq, the complex has a hotel, tennis courts and even a helipad for its visitors.
Also in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, you can find the Mid Valley Mega Mall, a gigantic complex with an office tower, two hotels and the mall, which has 420m².
Considered the largest shopping center in Europe, Cevahir Mall is located in Turkey and has 343 stores, some of which are the first to sell international brands in Istanbul.
The largest Canadian mall was once considered the largest in the world, until the construction of the South China Mall in 2005. With around 600 stores, the mall has dozens of entertainment and leisure options.