by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
In this issue:
Also: Venture off the beaten trail, starting with five alluring destinations in South Korea, China, Japan and Indonesia.
Courtesy of Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing
The Spice Souk is Dubai's oldest and largest souk (open-air market).
Call it shopping on steroids in Olympic-sized venues! When we hit this town, all we can say is do-buy, do-buy, do-buy.
An exclusive and intimate Dubai shopping venue.
The BurJuman Mall is home to high-fashion.
Festival Centre is a shopping extravaganza.
Dubai is known as the city of gold.
Harvey Nichols started as a linen shop in 1813.
Mall of the Emirates
Mall of the Emirates boasts 466 international brands.
A present-seeker’s wonderland oozing with quirk.
This shopping experience has been in practice for decades.
The Dubai Mall
There are malls, and then there’s the Dubai Mall.
The WAFI mall offers art, fashion and lifestyle boutiques.
"Dubai reflects the third millennium that has just started, and will continue by proposing new expressions that can change the habits of the world." —Roberto Cavalli
FEATURED // Burj Al Arab
FEATURED // Neos
FEATURED // 101 Dining Lounge and Bar
FEATURED // Spice Souk
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