Dubai is synonymous with malls and now, a brand new one is coming to one of the iconic spots in the city. Wondering where? Plam Jumeirah residents can now hang out at The Nakheel Mall, set to open on 28 November. We simply can’t wait. The mall which was under construction since 2015 will finally open doors to the public, just in time for National Day. Here’s all that we know so far about the brand new mall.
Inside The Nakheel Mall
The Nakheel Mall spans across 4.5 million square feet, and features 350 retail shops, restaurants and leisure attractions. Besides, you don’t have to worry about parking, as there’s an underground car park that can accommodate 4,000 vehicles. The mall will be accessible by the Palm Monorail station on the opening day.
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The Nakheel mall also has two breath-taking waterfalls dropping from a height of 65 feet. There’s also fine dining on the rooftop, offering epic views of the Palm, the Arabian Gulf and the Dubai skyline.
Food Options In Nakheel Mall
As for the restaurant lineup, foodies can have a ball in one of the many options:
Din Tai Fung
The Noodle House
Besides, the mall also offers a host of leisure activities including a gym, play areas for kids, top international outlets for shopaholics to go bonkers, a 15- screen Vox Cinemas complex, including Theatre by Rhodes, a clinic and much more.
And, as part of the Nakheel mall’s grand opening, guests can expect exciting prizes including unlimited entertainment from November 28 until December 7. Step into the mall on its inaugural day and enjoy a host of activities including live bands, children’s workshops, My Little Pony and Baby Shark live on stage, and more.
Win prizes worth AED1 million (how about a Maserati?) worth by simply spending AED250 between November 28 and December 7. There’s also a fun line-up of activities for kids:
- My Little Pony live: November 28 and 29 at 4 pm, 6.30 pm and 8.30pm
- My Little Pony workshops: November 28 to December 3, 3pm to 10pm
- Baby Shark live: December 1 to 3 at 4 pm, 6.30pm and 8.30pm
Dubai is all set to add yet another addition to its list of attractions. Known for its height, the city will now boast of a swimming pool, seated at a height of 210 metres. Competing with Singapore’s famous Marina Bay Sands, the luxurious Palm Towers will house a four-sided roof top infinity pool that will provide uninterrupted views of The Palm Jumeirah, the Arabian Gulf, and the Dubai skyline. Talk about swimming with a view!
Developed by Nakheel, the statement pool will border all four sides of a 52-storey luxury hotel and will hold over 930,000 liters of water. The Palm Towers will also have 289-room St. Regis hotel, 432 luxury residences on the upper floors, and a whole lot of dining and leisure activities. The 50th floor will house a luxury restaurant while the 51st floor will have a public viewing deck, towering at a height of over 240 metres.