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

Shreya WanderLove
2. Ibn Battuta MallChancing upon stores that aren't so famous and have some of the best deals in fashion - to your regular household upper middle class fashion brands, this mall is good for personal shopping. I find shopping at Dubai Mall to be a bit ridiculous with my budget, but at Ibn I can end up splurging. For example - I chanced upon a store called Cotton On, which has very hipster, minimalistic prints (like a shirt with Shinjuku written on it... and I love Japan! ... that shirt costing 30 AED only!) with a pie size part of the store almost always on discounted rates. Imagine getting amazing tshirts for 20-30 AED. And then you always have your Minisos and Mumusos and Typo for all the cute stuff... shopping haven indeed.
Neha Kadam
This mall takes you in the lands of Tunisia, Egypt, Persia, India, China and Andalusia through its unique architecture. The only complaint I had was with difficulty of navigation, as there are no proper signs or map installed. We couldn't really figure out where to go and ended up visiting only Persia, India & China courts.
Travel Tales
We were dropped at IBN Battuta Mall. This is yet another mall we liked and features in Top 10 but not for shopping. It's the design and architecture which makes it worth a visit. This mall is the world's largest theme based shopping mall. It consists of six courts whose designs are inspired by the country/culture that the moroccan-berber explorer Ibn Battuta visited (Egypt, China, India, Persia, Tunisia and Andalusia).When you enter every section there is a huge exhibit which represents that country and the entire decor is simply marvelous. The entire mall is spread over one level which means no getting lost and can shop at your own pace. We hired a taxi and returned to hotel by 1pm. Relaxed for sometime and got ready for desert safari.
Sushma Neeraj
We were dropped at IBN Battuta Mall. This is yet another mall we liked and features in Top 10 but not for shopping. It’s the design and architecture which makes it worth a visit. This mall is the world’s largest theme based shopping mall. It consists of six courts whose designs are inspired by the country/culture that the moroccan-berber explorer Ibn Battuta visited (Egypt, China, India, Persia, Tunisia and Andalusia).When you enter every section there is a huge exhibit which represents that country and the entire decor is simply marvelous. The entire mall is spread over one level which means no getting lost and can shop at your own pace. We hired a taxi and returned to hotel by 1pm. Relaxed for sometime and got ready for desert safari.
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