It’s no surprise that shopping is a popular activity for visitors. The Mall is a luxury outlet shopping mall in Bhubaneswar where you can find dozens of high fashion names at discounted prices.
Some of the brands there include Armani, Burberry, Coach, Stella McCartney, Fendi, Versace, Valentino, Roberto Cavalli, Gucci, Balenciaga, and many more.
You can shop here for women’s, men’s, and children’s fashions, accessories, shoes, perfumes, jewelry, watches, and sunglasses.
When you need a break from shopping, a restaurant and cafe is available on the property. The restaurant uses local ingredients to make multi cuisine dishes, so you can enjoy a meal as part of your shopping experience. There is also a selection of electronics game zone where children’s and also adults can play The Mall also has free WiFi, ATMs, a tourist info point, and information in multiple languages.And also we can enjoy movies inside, because there are multi screen movie theaters available inside the malls.
Come on lets explore top 5 malls in bhubaneswar.
Here is the list of Top 5 Malls in Bhubaneswar
1. Esplanade One Mall…
Smart city Bhubaneswar gets its biggest-ever shopping mall ‘Esplanade One’ on 12th july 2018.situated at Rasulgarh, esplanade is Bhubaneswar’s new shopping paradise.
Actress and model Disha Patani inaugurated the first Marks & Spencer Store in Bhubaneswar on 14 September 2018. The event was huge success and huge crowd gathered to witness the event at Esplanade One.
On 14 August 2018, Esplanade One organised The First Ever Midnight Sale at Odisha’s No.1 Shopping & Entertainment Hub. Over 40 Brands offering 50% off. Also Get a Chance to win hourly exciting prizes including one lucky draw prize – Honda Activa 5G. Esplanade mall is a complete entertainment place with shopping hubs, play section, food zone and also movie theater…
2. D N Regalia Mall…
Bhubaneswar, The western fringes of the smart city are going to get their first mall today. The much awaited DN Regalia Mall and Multiplex is inaugurated by Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. Spread across 5,50,000 sq. ft. with 2 levels of dedicated fashion, lifestyle shops, restaurants and cafes along with a reputed Hypermarket, this Mall will be a complete shopping experience for both locals as well as tourists. The Mall will have a mix of national, international and regional brands for customers who seek the finer things in life.
Set to fulfill the needs of the catchment, DN Regalia is a mixed use project with Shopping, Food HUB and a five star business hotel. It will be the most promising retail destination in the Kalinga Bihar, Tamando, Patrapada, Khandagiri and other western fringes of the city. Soon DN Regalia also has INOX multiplex and Big Bazaar hypermarket. The mall will include various entertainment attractions both for kids and adults.
3. Pal Heights.
Pal Heights shopping mall is located at Jayadev Vihar, Bhubaneswar. It has a floor area of two hundred thousand square feet. Opened in 2008, the mall is one of the largest malls in Odisha. The mall is next to the Pal Heights Hotel in Jaydev Vihar, a neighborhood of Bhubaneswar. It contains approximately 50 outlets, including cafeterias, food courts, and restaurants as well as parking spaces and a hypermarket. It has also a nightclub for adults.
4. Forum Mart.
The oldest mall of the city, Forum Mart introduced the concept of mall culture to Bhubaneswar for the first time in 2004. Big Bazaar is the primary store here occupying almost 50% of the mall. Pizza Hut opened its first store of the state here. With Food Bazaar and ezone included in the Big Bazaar format, almost all your needs are taken care of. Camarena, located on the ground floor, is the largest camera retail chain of India and is a one-stop shop for all photography enthusiasts.
The range of products include digicams, DSLRs, lenses, camera bags, backpacks, filters and all associated accessories. Planet M incidentally also opened its first store of the city in Forum Mart. Designated sitting area inside and in front of the mall has made it extremely popular among youngsters and old alike.
5. BMC Bhawani Mall.
It is the first authentic mall of the city with a full-fledged theatre in INOX cinemas (4 screens), which incidentally is the movie chain’s first venture in Odisha. Though it is the largest mall of the state, it is not in the league of malls we see in Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru etc. With single screen theatres ruling the city’s cinema space for many decades, the opening of INOX has been a breath of fresh air for movie buffs.
Apart from movies, the mall primarily is a hot spot for apparel shopping. Big names like Brand Factory, Turtle, Lee, Pepe Jeans, Peter England, Wrangler, Moustache and Allen Solly have stores here. Also with new trendy cafes like Tyre Patty and Wrap Up, it has become the new hangout place for the younger brigade. Due to the large number of footfalls in the area, many new shops have cropped up in front of the mall.
Local eateries like DFC (a local version of KFC), Chocolate House, Amma’s Dosa, Hakka Bowl, Biriyani Box and Baker’s Delight get benefited due to the large number of visitors to the mall.
Shopping malls offer their customers many special discounts, deals and coupons. In order to save their money, many people prefer to shop in malls. In addition, they can make a choice among thousands of things. Alternatives are unlimited and the prices are cheaper than the small shop and the markets. In summary, shopping malls are the best choice to do shopping and best way of spending less money. Thirdly, because of the high rates of small firms bankrupt, many experts believe that there are many bad effects of shopping malls on our economic system.
In conclusion, shopping malls are not danger or harmful for our economic system, they are part of the win-win system that means all parties will win through shopping malls.