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Midtown in Tokyo, Japan

   An incredible fusion between design, art, fashion and business mall consisting of six buildings include nearly every kind of shop ever conceived, from Chloe, Harry Winston and Issey Miyake. Food restaurants ranging from Japanese to French bistro cuisine. Tokyo Midtown presents the latest trends in Japanese industrial design, incorporating even one of the famous Ritz-Carlton hotel which hosts both tourists and businessmen....

Mall of America in USA

  Over 80 acres of shops, restaurants, nightclubs and entertainment. The Mall of America has become widely recognized as the largest sales and amusement center in the United States. Visited by over 42 million visitors annually, Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota is considered the number one attraction for visitors....

The Galleria in Houston, USA

  With over 24 million visitors annually, The Galleria is one of the biggest attractions of the city of Houston. Besides 375 stores, it has a mall ice rink, two hotels and several restaurants....

GPO in Melbourne, Australia

   The Neo-Renaissance building served for 100 years as a post office. After a fire in 2001 destroyed almost all the site structure, the GPO has been transformed into a mall store that now houses the world's leading fashion designers such as Wayne Cooper and Leona Zimmerman Edminston....

Wafi in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

   Egyptian-themed mall, Wafi is known both for fancy decor and wide range of shops and restaurants available to buyers. The 30 include culinary oasis in addition to other chefs and Chinese and Spanish cuisine....

Villagio in Doha, Qatar

  Sheltered by a roof that reproduce the visual effect of the sky, the mall built in white marble is like a shooting stage, or why not, with Disney's famous park. However, instead of staging supplies or cartoon characters, the space houses over 200 shops, of which we remember Dolce & Gabanna, Banana Republic and Ralph Lauren. ...

Dubai Mall in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

   Inaugurated on November 4 2008, the mall in Dubai, Emaar Properties built at the "foot" building Burj Dubai, is the largest building of its kind on the entire globe and is said to cost around 20 billion dollars.      All figures describing it are absolutely fabulous. The Dubai Mall is four times more stores than the mall Westfield in London, its European equivalent, and covers 3,657,600 square meters.  &nbs...

Roppongi Mall in Tokyo, Japan

   Along the famous Museum of Art Mills, the complex comprises of brand designers such as Ann Sui, Christian Lacroix and Escada. The mall also has an impressive list of restaurants, which include among others the famous "L’atelier" of Joel Robuchon. There are a number of massage parlors, s┼čli force or playgrounds for children....

Via Bellagio in Las Vegas, USA

 If Las Vegas is a giant shopping mall, then the Bellagio is its heart. From Prada and Hermes, the Fred Leighton, all writers are assigned to mark a place of honor in the center of luxury. Furthermore, tourists can find articles extracted from all cultures of the world....


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