Middle East Shopping

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Middle East Shopping

  • grand bazaar

    Istanbul Shopping

    A big maze, it's the ideal place for shopping in Istanbul. The shopping lovers have everything there, their companion may enjoy the site. Much more organized than the Islamic souks, the place keeps the oriental touch, and bargaining is the general sport. Don't miss it.

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  • Bazaar

    Marmaris Shopping

    Every Sunday in the small village of Sarigerme, is the large under-cover Bazaar. Local vendors come to sell their goods, weither it be fake designer goods, traditional clothing, jewellery or even ceramics, there's something for everyone here, and plenty of gifts to take back home. Remember, don't expect to pay the price on the tag at markets....

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  • Tel Aviv Markets

    Tel Aviv-Yafo Shopping

    At the Old Jaffa Flea street market you can find something of everything. Don't expect too much of the merchandise and negociate about the price. A part of the market are small shops at the Ami'ad street. Behind the shops is a partly covered court with everyday's second hand stuff. Depends on your trading skills

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  • Shopping Malls

    Jiddah Shopping

    Probably one of the biggest mall in Saudi Arabia, the Mall of Arabia boast an area of more than 260,000 sqm., housing on 3 floors, several famous brands like Mango, Promod, Desigual, Zara, Bershka, H&M, GAP, Next, Banana Rep., electronics shops, home furnishings, supermarket and department stores. There are also restaurant and cafe and everything...

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  • Muslim Quarter

    Jerusalem Shopping

    This shop sells much more than jewelry but this site only allows for one choice. What makes this place so special is the family that runs it. First of all, it's been in the same family and in the same location for 384 years!! As a retailer, I can tell you you can't stay in business that long and not know what you are doing. They are honorable,...

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  • Mall Ha'Yam

    Eilat Shopping

    This is the Biggest shopping Center of Eilat and you can find here almost everything you'd like...Banks, shops, restaurants, cafes, etc'. Its located in the center and near the northern Beach, when entering to Eilat you cant miss it ! Opening Hours: Sunday - Thursday : 09:30 - 23:00 Friday : until 18:00 Saturday : from 12:00

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  • brass and silver

    Aleppo Shopping

    Khinjar which means a knife in Arabic was the lethal weapon in former times! Of course the best for the female using as they can hide in great places as between their Breasts! Or for a spy! Now it's only for decoration! about 10$

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  • The City Centre Shopping Complex

    Qatar Shopping

    The City Centre is the biggest shopping mall in Qatar. Here you will find almost everything you are looking for. Most things are not really that much cheaper in Qatar, than it is in Europe, so finding a great deal is not that easy in this modern shopping center. I use to just walk around, look at the people, grap a cup of hot chocolate at...

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  • Gold Market (Souqs)

    Dubai Shopping

    The gold souk is more than 130 shops all jam-packed with a breathtaking choice of jewellery. The gold is generally 18 carat and sometimes 22 or 24, styles range from Indian to traditional Arab to modern Italian. In my opinion tourism has spoiled the souk somewhat - all the shops used to be crammed with traditional gold jewellery,...

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  • carpets

    Istanbul Shopping

    Ottomania is an established and large retailer of Turkish carpets in Istanbul. They have thousands of carpets from all over Turkey including new and antique. I spent literally hours with one of the owners, Ziya Demir, as he educated me about the range of carpets available and the different qualities. I visited the store a number of times and was...

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  • Jewelleries

    Marmaris Shopping

    Vogue Jewellery Center moved this year from the main road to Datca Road next to KIPA supermarket. Its really worth making the effort to go - they have a big factory on site which is not only really facinating to watch, but experts will clean and polish your own jewellery like new and the goldsmiths dont mind resizing your own rings and soldering...

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  • Shopping Centers

    Tel Aviv-Yafo Shopping

    The Dizengoff Mall is a large shopping mall in the center of Tel Aviv. It is built on what used to be the Nordia city quarter. Construction started in 1972 en was completed five years later. The mall is constructed at both sides of Dizengoff street abd a skyway connects the two parts. There are 400 stores and two cinema's in the complex.

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  • Old Souks(Gabil,Nada,Bab Makkah ect.)

    Jiddah Shopping

    AL-Basha Market It was located in the eastern port of Jeddah, the most famous shop owner in this market represented the oldest and widly experienced traders of Jeddah, with their commercial relations with villagers and nomads. They sold textiles and various spices, plus sugar, tea corn, rice, lentils, also Bedouins sell things they made such Hebal...

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  • Kenion (Shopping Mall)

    Jerusalem Shopping

    Malha mall (in Hebrew Kenion Malha) is also called the Jerusalem mall is a mall that was build in the 90s in Jerusalem on a neighborhood called Malha . This is one of the most famous malls in Israel and a very successful one. You will find there a lot of shops and places to eat like any other mall in the world.

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  • Flea Market & promanade Vendors

    Eilat Shopping

    Expect to find the usual holiday tack you end up filling your suitcase with. I ended up buying a couple of Israeli souvenirs and a pair of diving slippers (so you don't cut your feet on any rocks) , which were all quite cheap so I ended up with about 270 NIS (Israeli Shekels) even after I paid the 68 NIS border tax. I decided not to change it back...

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  • LuLu Super Market

    Qatar Shopping

    My cousin told me that this Wood is very special (like Sandal) and Qatari People always burn it in their houses to make their house full of lovely smell. I think this is something very much local. Must buy it.

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  • Al-Faheidi Street

    Dubai Shopping

    Either side of the Creek, the heart of Dubai, there are two of the older shopping areas - around Al Fahidi Street in Bur Dubai and between the gold souk & Naif Road in Deira. I prefer them to the ultra-modern shopping malls, the atmosphere is so much better, and there are plenty of bargains to be had, whatever you're buying. They are also much...

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  • spices

    Istanbul Shopping

    The Egyptian Bazaar is where tourists head to buy spices and dried fruits. If your are unable to go to the Asian side, then this is where you could buy your dry fruits and spices. However go to a few shops, taste and then buy. Our guide took us to the first shop on the right side and many in our group bought there, however, when we went to a few...

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  • Tansas Supermarkets

    Marmaris Shopping

    I only used this store to buy Groceries. As I had a Fridge in my Hotel, I bought my bottles of Water and other food from here. It was extremely cheap compared to elsewhere, and there was a big selection to choose from. On other floors, there are Clothing, Footwear, Electronics, Household goods, Cosmetics & more. Also located out the front, are a...

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  • Commercial centers

    Jiddah Shopping

    From class A to Z...... Downtown Ballad it is! Bargain for Electronics, shoes, clothings & accessories, grocers, personal effects and of course the gold souk! If you have the time, don't miss checking the old Souk Al-Alawi. Located also in the downtown beside the famous gold souk, at the back. Everybody goes to Ballad, shopping, window shopping...

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  • Jewish Quarter

    Jerusalem Shopping

    When walking through the markets, for women, dress modestly. Otherwise you will feel strange. People will be talking to you from every shop. Don't be rude, but turn off your ears. Look at everything and decide where you want to stop. Anywhere you stop will have all the same basic things. Anything they dont have that you were looking for, they will...

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  • The Mall Shopping Center

    Qatar Shopping

    According to rating given by Locals The Mall is a Super luxurious shopping plaza. Overhere u should come with a Gold Credit Card or with 1000's of Qatari Rials and then forget the expenses ;-) This is a newly built Plaza and Young Qataris love it.

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  • Shops in Karama

    Dubai Shopping

    Home to a lot of Dubai's Indian, Pakistani and Filipino residents, the Karama neighborhood is always buzzing day and night. Terraced shops selling brand name rip-offs, sunglasses, T-shirts, sneakers, shorts, shoes and souvenirs stretch down the long main street -- you'll need a good half day to bargain your way through it all.

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  • ceramics

    Istanbul Shopping

    İznik pottery, named after the town in western Anatolia where it was made, is a decorated ceramic that was produced from the last quarter of the 15th century until the end of the 17th century. The town of Iznik was an established centre for the production of simple earthenware pottery with an underglaze decoration when in the last quarter of...

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  • Migros Supermarkets

    Marmaris Shopping

    Big supermarket selling everything from food to electronics and clothes. Here's where the locals shop and the prices are very low. It is open from 0900 until 0200 and it is air-conditioned! Towels, all kinds of food, shorts, shirts, beverages, sun screen etc. As much as you want.

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  • Department Stores

    Jiddah Shopping

    This place has it has an amazing architect view. Is has a stunning curved dome and you could see how colorful it is from the inside. The mall size about 30000 Sq. Mtr. Mostly furniture and here are the brands they have: Baby Shop, Splash, Shoe Mart, Life Style and home Plaza. Also they have some small shops Sturbuks café and music shop....

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  • Dubai City Center

    Dubai Shopping

    You certainly will be able to get some bargains at the 2 Dhs & 5 Dhs shops which are common in Dubai. As the things are cheap you might end up buying more than you planned for. Make sure you don't go over board, why not ?? Just get there and go over board you might find some nice little gifts to take back to loved ones. A range of Items and little...

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  • jewellery

    Istanbul Shopping

    The shop is a on the second floor of a building off Abdi Ipekci Caddesi in Nisantasi. Once you step into the the place, it's unmistakably a calm space/gallery showcasing wonderul works of art that are the original jewellery creations of Zeynep. It is mainly white with some natural light coming from the gallery of windows on the street side. She...

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  • Annas

    Marmaris Shopping

    Here we are again in Annas clothes shop, buying anything and everything in sight hahahahaha. clothes If you have a wife like mine then the answer is LOTS hahahaha.

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  • Kid`s toys & Clothes

    Jiddah Shopping

    This is one of the largest shops for toys(it`s part of the American chain).There is 3 branches of it(as far as I know).This picture is taken from the one located at the Prince Mohammad St.(formely Al Tahlia St.). You can find almost all toys and games here,sometimes they do have special offers. As much as u can stand ur kid`s nagging ;-)

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  • Mercado Mall

    Dubai Shopping

    Mercato Mall is in the upmarket beachside suburb of Jumeirah, and the style of the mall reflects that. It's designed to represent Venice - and considering it's a new shopping mall it's actually a pretty good interpretation of Venice. There are the usual designer stores, a supermarket, plenty of very nice food outlets, cafes & restaurants,...

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  • SuperMarkets

    Jiddah Shopping

    Danube has everything under one roof - groceries, electrical good, homeware, clothing - need I go on. The fruit and vege department has reasonable prices and the freshest produce. The deli has some great marinated white cheese (either bellpepper or chilli) and marinated garlic which we always buy for our barbies. If you see something you really...

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  • Dubai Duty Free

    Dubai Shopping

    We bought a camera in DDF, and we were given a worldwide warranty ticket. When we were back at home we found out that the camera was not OK and tried to get service locally but got a reply from the manufacturer official service that Dubai warranty is not covered in Europe! We contacted Dubai duty free officials and got an assuring reply that they...

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  • Women Only

    Jiddah Shopping

    This lady owns a place at her home for making Abayas to your own choice and taste. I love working with this lady,she is professional and up to date with the international market. She brings exotic cloths from India,China,Egypt and Morocco to add it to her Abayas. Uses the best materials and has good prices for custom made Abayas(as it may go up to...

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  • Sheesha (Flavoured Tobacco)

    Dubai Shopping

    You don't have to be a smoker to enjoy shisha. I am not a smoker, but i enjoy smoking shisha once in a while with some friends. Just chilling out and chit chat. There are a lot places that sell shisha pipe, i would suggest to buy it from a small shops around Naif Road area or spice souq area. The price slightly higher if you buy from Deira City...

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  • Fish Market (Bangala)

    Jiddah Shopping

    This Bangala is designed only for fish sales. It's located close to Jeddah harbor. Work hours start in the early morning for fresh fish where too many people gather to get these fresh fish, crab, shark, shrimp and other. You can see the salespersons cut the fish, stuff them, or pack them. Interesting watch! Fish and other seafood. 1KG of shrimp=...

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  • Lamcy Plaza

    Dubai Shopping

    Built in 1997, Lamcy is one of the "older" malls (for Dubai-standards). It's a 5-storey shopping center, offering anything you might be looking for. Lamcy has a huge food-court and childrens play-area/arcade, both located on the ground floor. Noteworthy: - We took a coffeebreak in the London Tower Bridge Cafe, located on the 4th floor and...

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  • Jewellery

    Jiddah Shopping

    If you have some money to spare(lots of it though)i`d recommand not to spend it anywhere else,,,,,invest in GOLD and Dimonds ;-) be wise!!!! Duhhhhh,,what else?? Jewlery!!!!!!!!!!! oh and here in this center there is the famous brands like : Harry Winston,,Chopard,,Fred............ect. BIG money $$$$$$$$

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  • Dubai Shopping Festival

    Dubai Shopping

    It's all about discounts if u go there on shopping fest. Try dubai mall,emirates mall for clothes Try wafi city for local souvenirs and things like that. Rosenary, carpet, souvenirs, clothes Rosenary-about 60 aed for normal ones Souvenirs 50 aed approximately

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  • Gabil Street.

    Jiddah Shopping

    Al Balad is home to the main traditional souks in Jeddah – Gabel St leads east off the one way system and the treasures of the Gold Souk can be found off to the left. Gold is sold by weight (check the price daily in the newspaper for more bargaining power) and a small charge is added for workmanship. A must-see, even if not intending to buy. There...

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  • Wafi City

    Dubai Shopping

    Wafi Shopping Mall is part of the Egyptian Style Wafi City. The mall is one of the most luxurious and upscale shopping destinations in Dubai, home to designers the likes of Versace and Gianfranco Ferre. Wafi mall is 2 storeys high, with a somewhat meager food-court on the 3rd floor. However, there are excellent restaurants (like Elements...

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  • Antiques

    Jiddah Shopping

    This homewear store imports all its products from India. All the furniture is wooden - rosewood, sandalwood, teak etc. They sell candles, candle stand thingies etc. There is a large collection of pashminas, cushion covers, table runners, tablecloths, placemats and napkins. They have this BIG stuffed lion's head rug which I really want to get a...

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  • Comparing prices

    Jiddah Shopping

    You can find lots of stuff in Jiddah. Even brand names are no problem at all. But I had to find out, that almost all brand articles are more expensive than back home in Austria. This goes for expensive watches, jewelery,... The only cheap thing that I found, were 25 "Twix" bars at the duty-free-shop for about 5 $. Sweets Less than at home

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  • Book Stores

    Jiddah Shopping

    This Bookshop has two branches,,the first is located in Falistine Street,and the second is located at Sari Street. The one in Sari is more popular as it has a kids playing area and seating for book browsing. Recently starbucks cafe opened attached to it. It has many books in English as well as Arabic books. Books,Sationary,and computer programms.

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  • Shopping in KSA

    Riyadh and other ciies have numerous modern markets for groceries and general merchandise as well as a few shopping malls with specialty shops of all kinds. All stores and shops close during prayer time, which lasts about 15 to 20 minutes. In larger establishments, non-Muslim customers may remain inside, although they are actually locked-in. Among...

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