1.Phoenix Market city
The Top largest shopping Mall in India situated in Kurla, A suburb of Mumbai. It is developed by The Phoenix Mills Co. Ltd. and was opened in the year 2k11.
Phoenix Market city spread across 4.1 million sq feet the mall includes 2.1 million sq feet of retail space which is the largest mall in India in terms of are It houses 602 stores with domestic and foreign brands, PVR CINEMAS which has 14 movie screens and 72 restaurants. Its sister mall in Mumbai is High Street Phoenix, located in Lower Parle.
The nearest railway stations are Kurla and Vidyavihar. The nearest bus stop is Kamani. Shopping brands are available Accessorize, zara, adidas, Aldo, American Tourister, Restraints CCD, chaayos, cinnabon and etc.
2.Mantri Square Mall
At Mantri Square, our focus lies solely on showing you and your family a great time. With over 1.7 million sq. ft spread over 5 floors, and when over 10,000 national and international brands in over 252 retail outlets vie for your attention, you’ll always find here what you’re looking for.
With over 1800 parking spots, say goodbye to hassles of finding a parking space. No matter what you need, our wide range of in-mall services have got you covered. And if you’re ever tired from the shopping, we have more than enough food and entertainment options to keep you busy for a long time.
Facilities at the Mantri Square mall.
- Department stores such as Lifestyle, Shoppers Stop, Pantaloon, Reliance Trends etc.
- Six-screen INOX multiplex
- Amoeba bowling alley and gaming centre
- Food court and dining area spread over 100,000 sq. ft with 41 food and beverage outlets.
3.Select city walk
Select City-walk is located in the New Delhi near Saket metro station, in one of the upcoming middle-class neighborhoods of Saket in south Delhi (Chirag Delhi). It was the 1st large scale shopping mall to open in South Delhi and was the 1st of four major malls that were planned for the Saket District Centre.
The mall has a 10,000 sq. ft. (935 m2). multi-cuisine food court my square, on the 2nd floor, along with several other cafes and fast food restaurants including The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Chicago Pizza and KFC. It also has a number of specialty fine dining restaurants like PaPaYa, Saatvik, Mamagoto, Punjab Grill and many more. It also has a Modern Bazaar, which stocks Indian and imported food products. The mall also houses PVR Cinemas multiplex from the India’s largest cinema chain, which comprises six screens including Tow gold classes and has a total seating capacity of 1,234 with high security protections.
4.DLF Mall of India
The second largest shopping mall in India after LuLu International Shopping Mall, Kochi, . It is the first destination mall of the country and is spread across the retail space of 2 million (sq.ft. GLA). located in Noida NCR, Uttar Pradesh. It is a destination mall, which encapsulates shopping along with food & entertainment experience.
The mall is divided in 5 zones spread over 7 floors. It houses 340 brands including 110 Fashion brands opened their Stores which includes 25 Unisex Fashion, over 40 Women’s Fashion, 25 Men’s Fashion & 10 Kids Fashion Brands. Food & Casual Dining – Total 65 Food & Beverages Options Including 58 Cafes and Casual Dining Restaurants and 23 F&B Kiosks Protected with largest security team and equipment’s.
The city of Kochi, Kerala, is the biggest shopping mall in India. It is one of the most visited places in Kerala. Spanning 17 acres (6.8 ha) with a total built up area of 2.6 million sq feet, the mall has a total retal space of 1.6 million sq ft. The mall was opened on March 2013. It contains more than 251 outlets, including restaurants, a multiplex, family entertainment zones, food courts, The estimated cost for this project is more than ₹17 billion. The property is owned and managed by Lulu Group, which has extensive business in retail, hospitality, real estate etc.