5 Perfect Holiday Destinations for Shopaholics
The One Bag Traveler recommends Gear, Destinations and Adventures. Dubai Dubai is one of the cities in UAE considered to be a paradise for shoppers. From buying gold in souks to buying designer handbags in malls, there are certainly plenty of shopping opportunities here! Malls in Dubai not only have shops but also theatres, child
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Dubai is one of the cities in UAE considered to be a paradise for shoppers. From buying gold in souks to buying designer handbags in malls, there are certainly plenty of shopping opportunities here! Malls in Dubai not only have shops but also theatres, child minding centres, art galleries, cafes, middle eastern styled bazaars and even mosques.
You can choose everything from cheap trendy clothing to the latest couture. The only limit is your budget. Dubai is also one of the cheaper places to buy used exotic cars as long as you factor in the cost of shipping it to your own country. If you need to cool off from the Dubai heat, there is also a mall that offers indoor skiing.
Milan is a great city for architecture, art galleries and fantastic shopping stores. It has extensive designer stores and boutiques that have a wide price range. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is considered one of the earliest shopping malls built in the world. This mall has beautiful architecture and a wide array of stores.
The best boutiques are found in the Brera District, which is known for its art galleries and Italian made products. If you is looking for high-end international brands the Corso Buenos Aires has the largest concentration of stores. Via Montenapoleone, Corso Venezia, and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II are some of the streets that have luxurious designer stores for brands such as Prada, Gucci and Valentino.
New York City, USA
New York City could be categorized as an outdoor shopping mall. Some of the popular destinations to shop are Macy’s which has ten floors of almost everything from food to fashion and furniture. 5th avenue is popular for stores like Tiffany & Co, Armani, Bergdorf Goodman and a massive Apple store.
For great vintage clothing you can go to Bedford Avenue and Brooklyn Flea Market. FAO Schwarz is a fabulous place to go if you are looking for toys and it is the oldest toy shop in the US. If you are looking for books visit The Stand. Madison Avenue is great for designer wear, Soho is filled with chic boutiques, and Chinatown is great for knockoff designer goods.
Delhi is considered a shopping hub in India. Malls in Rajouri, Vasant Kunj, Dilli Haat or the flea markets of Sarojini Nagar and Palika Bazaar are places you can visit for all your shopping needs. You will find clothes, handicrafts, automobiles and many other items. Mumbai is known as the city of dreams and it is perfect for shopaholics.
Fashion Street, Linking Road, Colaba Causeway and Zaveri Bazaar are prominent locations to find what you need. Kolkata is one of the largest destinations for shopping in the eastern part of India. You can visit craft emporiums that have Assam and Nagaland handicrafts at great prices. Laad Bazaar in Hyderabad is famous for Hyderabadi Pearls and other semi precious jewellery.
Hong Kong is known for its low priced products. Mong Kok is a good place for markets and food stalls and it is also great if you want to bargain. Sham Shiu Po is well known for gadgets, electronic appliances and computer products. Tsim Sha Tsui is where you can go for a luxurious shopping spree. Causeway Bay also has a wide variety of shopping malls, boutiques and bargain street markets.