10 Biggest Malls In The World: Here’s The Complete List
Nov 29, 2022
New South China Mall (Area: 6.46 million sq ft)
In terms of gross leasable area, the New South China Mall in Dongguan, China is the world’s largest mall. It has 7 zones based on international cities.
Golden Resources Mall (Area: 6.0 million sq ft)
The Golden Resources Mall also in China is 1.5 times the size of the Mall of America. It held its position as the world's largest shopping mall from 2004 to 2005.
Central World (Area: 4.62 million sq ft)
Inaugurated in 1990, Bangkok’s Central World is Thailand’s largest shopping mall. The 8 storied tall building is unlike the Siam Paragon, which marketed to the upper class.
SM Mall of Asia (Area: 4.2 million sq ft)
Located in Manila of Philippines, the SM Mall of Asia was inaugurated 2006. The prime attraction of the mall being its IMAX theater.
Dubai Mall (Area: 3.77 million sq ft)
It is part of the Burj Khalifa complex, the tallest man-made structure ever built. It is the largest shopping mall in the world.
West Edmonton Mall (Area: 3.77 million sq ft)
The West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton city of Canada’s Alberta province held the record of being the largest shopping mall from 1981 to 2004. Currently, it is the largest mall in North America.
SM Mega Mall (Area: 3.6 million sq ft)
Inaugurated in 1991, SM Megamall in Metro Manila is one of the largest malls in the Philippines. It attracts a daily foot traffic of 800,000 people.
Istanbul Cevahir (Area: 3.47 million sq ft)
Sevahir Shopping and Entertainment Center is in the European part of Istanbul in Turkey. The mall which opened its doors in 2005 is the largest shopping mall in Europe.
Berjaya Times Square (Area: 3.44 million sq ft)
Located in Kuala Lumpur, Berjaya Times Square is a twin-tower complex that houses a shopping center and two five-star hotels.
Siam Paragon (Area: 3.22 million sq ft)
Siam Paragon in Bangkok is one of the largest shopping malls in Thailand, second only to Central World. Siam Paragon has several specialty stores and restaurants.