Largest Mall in the World
There are so many malls across the globe and uncountable ones that have what it takes to be called largest mall in the world. Malls are magical places where the fun and thrill of shopping comes alive amidst a sense of socializing, walking, hanging out and more. The ‘more’ can be anything, from trying new things to working on a pet art project or novel while taking inspiration from the mall environs. Check out the top 3 largest malls in the world and prepare to be wowed.
Top 3 Largest Malls in the World
New South China Mall sits on a whopping 6.46 million square feet, making it the largest mall in the world. Yes, there has been talk concerning the emptiness of the mall, and how 99% of it is ‘dead’ because no merchants have signed up, so let’s move on to the next largest and consider that as the first in our top 3.
At 6 million square feet, the Golden Resources Mall in Beijing redefines awesomeness. Located on the illustrious Fourth Ring Road, you can shop for anything here, from cars to sundry other stuff. This in itself is an amazing thing about this consumer mall. With over 1,000 stores and over 200 escalators connecting myriad levels, you’ll be surprised to find there are more than 10,000 free parking spaces outside, in addition to fine shopping and dining on the inside. The fashion scene has you looking at all international brand types and the food is an global explosion of diversity. The thrills, movie-watching splendor and sights are something you simply need to see to believe.
Covering 4.62 million square feet you can expect a superb mall experience in Central World here in Bangkok. This mega-shopping complex is a stunner, wherein you’ll find all your mall favorites. From bookshops, awesome gadgets and gourmet eateries to high fashion and other clothing boutiques as well as imported furniture, salons, banks and 15 cinema halls. You can spend hours in here and never get bored—that’s one challenge Central World wins with ease. It’s 30% more in size than any other shopping mall in central Bangkok, containing 500 stores, Kids’ Zone and Learning Centre (Genius Planet Zone), and 100 cafes and restaurants.
Coming a close third is SM Mall of Asia, spreading across 4.2 million square feet. Situated in Pasay City (Manila), over 200,000 daily visitors stroll through here. After all, its IMAX theatre (the country’s biggest) has an 8-storey screen, 44 digital-surround speakers, and the most advanced 3D technology in the Philippines. Additionally, you have food courts and supermarkets, along with an extensive shopping scene, meaning this open-air entertainment mall is sure to thrill and regale you for hours. With a multi-hued bronze globe for an icon, you can’t miss this place. You’ll find brands from both mid-range and high-end genres, and concerts and events being hosted in the huge music hall. There’s a brilliant Science Discovery Center for kids and so much more to do it can’t all be described here.