Ibn Battuta Mall - Jebel Ali Village - Dubai - United Arab Emirates 1/6 by Tripoto

Ibn Battuta Mall - Jebel Ali Village - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Arushi Agrawal
8. Ibn Battuta mallWorld's largest themed shopping mall, divided into six courts whose design is inspired by countries visited by great Moroccan Berber explorer, Ibn Battuta.The mall is ideal for shopping branded merchandise on sale price. Even if stores in Dubai mall does not offer discount, you'll find something here.Nearest metro station: Ibn Battuta
Panchami Bekal
We started from Dubai, which is on the west coast of the UAE at 2:30 PM. We took a metro from the Ibn batuta station to the Union stop. From Union, we boarded the bus E700 that would take us to Fujairah city ( Dh 28). Taking the bus was the biggest mistake we did on this trip :) It took us 3 hours to reach Fujairah whereas a taxi ride would have taken us to our destination in an hour and a half (Dh 250 approx). After a tiring journey, we got down at the Etisalat stop, Fujairah and checked in to our rooms at Hotel Nour Arjaan by Rotana. The hotel was right behind the Shiekh Zayed Grand Mosque, the second largest mosque in UAE. The view from our hotel was just amazing.
With perhaps the most remarkable architecture of all the lavish malls in Dubai, visiting the Ibn Battuta Mall is like stepping into a part of Egypt, ancient Persia or maybe even Tunisia.
Its a huge mall which consists of six courts, each of whose designs are inspired by some of the countries visited by the great Moroccan Berber explorer, Ibn Battuta (Egypt Court, India Court, China Court, Andalusia Court, Persia Court, Tunisia Court) Please wear comfortable shoes if you visiting this mall
Nik Rielo
IBN Battuta Mall is one of the most beautiful malls I have seen. IBN is the world’s largest themed shopping mall with a total space of 521,000 square meters, additional 28,000 square meters expansion is on its way. IBN Battuta Mall has 6 courts inspired by some countries: Egypt Court, India Court, China Court, Andalusia Court, Tunisia Court. My personal favorite because of its grandness – Persia Court.