Dubai mall may be open, but many of us are confined in our homes, refusing to leave them. So for all the avid shoppers out there, Dubai mall has now opened an online store, for all its popular shops!
This virtual version of the Dubai mall is now available on Noon.com, where you can shop online, and have your products delivered straight to your home. This initiative was taken to support the community in trying to combat the spread of the Corona virus.
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يتشرف دبي مول بالإعلان عن إطلاق مركزه التجاري الالكتروني على منصة noon.com الرائدة اقليمياً في التجارة الالكترونية، في سبيل دعم قطاعا التجزئة والمجتمع والجهود الحكومية المبذولة في هذه الأوضاع الحرجة. استعدّوا لتجربة تسوّق مريحة من منازلكم The Dubai Mall is excited to announce its virtual store to open on noon.com, the region's leading marketplace, to support retailers, the community and the nation in these challenging times. Get ready to shop from the comfort of your home!
Retailers at the Dubai mall can opt to exhibit their products on Noon or Namshi.com. Customers can scan through their favourite brands, shops, and clothing lines. Currently brands like Dyson, Ted Baker, Reebok, Bape, adidas, Jumbo, Go Sport and more are available for shopaholics to pick from.The project will help retailers and small business owners to keep their businesses up and running.
And the best part- keeping in mind the #stayhome rule, Noon.com has implemented contactless and cashless payment options to ensure customer safety.
In the wake of the pandemic, the Dubai Mall has been closed until 18 April- as of now. Apart from shoppers crowding the mall, Dubai Mall is also home to the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. And now, it turns out that the absence of humans has been advantageous to animals who headed out for a jolly stroll.
A video shared by @DubaiAquarium on Twitter shows a hedgehog, parrot and iguana exploring the Dubai Aquarium. And it looks like they even headed shopping in the mall! Well, this is indeed a rare chance for animals to explore the world outside, while humans stay indoors.
Meanwhile, the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo in Dubai, United Arab Emirates is also livestreaming three tanks at the Mall for viewers to watch online.
— Dubai Aquarium by Emaar (@DubaiAquarium) April 8, 2020