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Sprawling over 13,000 m2 in Al Safa, City Walk is one of the newest malls in Dubai.
Sprawling over 13,000 m2 in Al Safa, City Walk is one of the newest malls in Dubai. Inspired by British architecture, it features Georgian and Victorian buildings along boulevards, as well as an indoor glass-roofed area. It is lined with high-end designer stores such as Karl Lagerfeld, Chantelle, and Ralph Lauren. There are restaurants with al fresco dining, play areas for children, and 'Green Plant' tropical rainforest which transports you into the lush environs of a jungle right in the middle of the desert area.
Dubai , United Arab Emirates
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