The complex is incredibly huge in every sense of the word and its upscale interior design is tastefully done in a contemporary way yet still provide a warm, comfortable and inviting feel. It's a classic and I love every single detail. All its spaces are very well- proportioned.
The entrance to the modern gold Souk in the mall. A lovely art depiction of the night sky embedded with glittering stars and encrusted jewels.
Statue of a stallion from the Gold Souk. The souk is designed as a tribute to the city's rich heritage of the gold and jewelery trade, for which Dubai is renowned globally
The intricate designs are found to resembles the ones in Italy
There is another amazing section of the mall which offers a great selection of coffee shops and retail kiosks overlooking the Waterfall, giving a soothing and cosy mood to meet. Several palm trees are also set up to replicate the atmosphere of a desert oasis.
The Waterfall runs through the entire four levels of the mall and is adorned with lovely art sculptures of human divers, how cool!
The iconic Burj Khalifa outside the Dubai Mall standing in its glory. The tower was renamed Burj Khalifa (formerly Burj Dubai) and now stands as the world's tallest building. I didn't manage to get up there as we were informed that the observation decks located at the 124th floor was closed due to some technical problems.
First Commenter - Mei Teng