This place has it has an amazing architect
Is has a stunning curved dome and you
could see how colorful it is from the inside.
The mall size about 30000 Sq. Mtr.
What to buy: Mostly furniture and here are the brands they
Baby Shop, Splash, Shoe Mart, Life Style and
home Plaza. Also they have some small
shops Sturbuks café and music shop.
What to pay: Depends how much you like to buy ;-).
Talhia Street is the place to go if you need a bit of exercise, and have a spare couple of days. Ex-pats flock to buy their favourites.
Here's an idea of what's there:-
Oriental Carpet Bazaar
Karen Millen (in Le Mall),
Foschini (beside Debenhams,
Nike (Sports City beside Foschini)
Zara (two stand-alone stores, plus located in a couple of the malls),
Mango (same as above),
Diesel (a stand-alone store at about the halfway mark),
Marks and Spencers (a block past Debenhams)
Mothercare (beside Marks & Sparks)
River Island (just past the roundabout, on the extension of Tahlia)
What to buy: There are also numerous foodie stops:-
KFC, Burger King, McDonalds
What to pay: From SR10 upwards.
The building was renovated and set as a very large department store,where you can find almost everything you might need for your house,yourself,or your children.
What to buy: Everything from shoes,clothes,furniture,kids toys,kids wear,cosmetics..........
What to pay: It`s less expensive than other malls.
This is the picture of the dome inside the Ciy plaza it can be seen from almost everywhere in Jeddah.(specially from high bridges at the north of the city).