Some Famous Shopping Malls are :
The Gold Souk Mall at Delhi is one of the few specialty malls in New Delhi and NCR. They specialize in jewelery for women and men. Gold Souk Mall at Delhi houses jewelers conducting their family business, rising jewelers and reputed international jewelers. Though operational since 2002, the status of transportation to this place is yet to improve and personal conveyance is the best. The number of stores is steadily on the rise.
The opening and closing time is different in Gold Souk, it opens rather late in the day and on the other hand, shuts down quite early. But that is justified by the fact that security issues around New Delhi and the NCR region have always been a persistent problem. Security needs to be taken into particular consideration in Gold Souk Mall at Delhi, due to the fact that transactions of precious gems, stones, etc, is the main business that the mall conducts. The usual security guards are not visible anywhere inside. However, it is not an unexpected thing to be greeted by the sight of commandos on some floors.
It is situated in one of the most prime locations in Delhi Moti Nagar CTC Mall at Delhi is a ladies delight. Ranging from skirts to heavily ornamented wedding lehengas the CTC Mall offers it all. The CTC Mall is a 4000 square feet exclusive ethnic wear mega outlet that is known purely for its size and in-store ambiance.
The CTC group has been in wholesaling and retailing from 1973 as the brand Chabbra Silk and Sarees, at Chandni Chowk in New Delhi. The CTC Mall is the group's second big project after about 6 years. The special feature of both the mega outlets is their well researched locations which tend to attract maximum customers.
Situated in Vikaspuri in West Delhi AEZ Square is one of the most posh malls in the city. The latest venture of the AEZ Group, a leading name in the Indian real estate area, this mall has set a benchmark as far as architectural planning, designing and construction quality are concerned. In an attempt to compete with the best retail entertainment centers this masterpiece created by the AEZ group is at par with some of the best international shopping centers. Apart from sheltering the best brand names and designer wears this mall also offers exclusive dining, leisure and other entertainment options.
Paradise for shopaholics the AEZ Square is spread across acres of land. The magnanimity of the mall just leaves you spell bounded. Offering a plethora of choices, be it shopping, eating out, gaming, reading a book or listening to music this mall offers everything under a single roof. Be it Mango, Gucci, Reebok or Nike you are sure to find everything that is a part of your shopping list. Also a famous hangout for most of the youth of the city this mall witnesses large footfalls on weekends.
Synonymous with shopping in Delhi Ansal Plaza is situated near the posh market area of South Extension in South Delhi. One of the most happening places in the city Ansal Plaza is not just restricted to being a shopping mall instead it is also used to hold cultural event, fashion shows and rock concerts. Built in a circular fashion around an amphitheater with a center stage along with a 45-feet high atrium French glass curtain wall that filters out ultraviolet and other harmful radiations this mall is considered an architectural splendor.
Ansal Plaza is a new age shopping destination for shopping connoisseurs in the city. Be it branded clothes, trendy jewelry, designer items, traditional footwear, body care products or cosmetics you are sure to find everything out here. Apart from shopping the mall authorities also in an endeavor to entertain their customers constantly and consistently organize music programs, art exhibitions, poetry sessions, fashion shows, etc, to make your shopping experience a memorable one.
DLF City Center
Among the most popular shopping malls in Delhi the DLF City Center is a perfect example of good architecture and great ambiance. Built exclusively on the lines of international malls DLF City Center was built way back in 2001. The mall is divided into four different levels that have about 127 stores. Ethereal for shopaholics the DLF City Center at Delhi is home to some of the finest lifestyle stores. Ranging from ethnic to western wear the stores in this mall are stacked with the best of Indian and international garments, footwear and cosmetics. One of the major contributions of this mall is however in the development of Gurgaon.
The Pacific Mall at Delhi is located along the Maharajganj UP Delhi border in Ghaziabad . This mall is one of the shopping malls in the National Capital Region (NCR). It contains studios of many famous designers in Delhi apart from housing regular apparel brands. This mall also has an IMAX theater, the second in India and fifth in Asia. It is basically a shopping megamall, multi-cineplex, amusement park, food plaza, night spot, corporate center and a star hotel rolled into one.
The Pacific Mall at Delhi has a huge atrium and wide frontage. These combine with a broad lobby and remarkable height to base ratio to create a feeling of spaciousness . It has 3 floors including the basement. Covering about 5,00,000 square feet and designed by renowned architect Hafeez Contractor, the mall is a beautiful edifice.
The Mega Mall in Delhi is a popular entertainment center situated along the Sector Road, in the locality of Gurgaon. It is a three-storied mall possessing two basements. The mall contains the first proper internationally designed food court, DT Diners, covering about 30,000 square feet. It is known to serve 16 different international cuisines - both Eastern and Western. The mall contains stores owned by reputed national and international brands
Mega Mall at Delhi extends over 2.9 lakh square feet and incorporates a three-screen multiplex. The DT Cinemas with live music is on the same floor as the DT Diners, ensuring visitors and consistent profit to the restaurant owners. The mall boasts more than 110 stores with interior designers, women and men's fashion, shoes and a variety of other stores.
Last Updated on 4 July 2011