5 biggest malls in South Africa 2020

5 biggest malls in South Africa 2020

Shopping centres in South Africa have moved from the usual traditionally-organised places where you walk in and buy stuff into an advanced form of recreation centres. Little wonder individuals and groups troop in to catch fun and enjoy the exciting shopping experience. However, while there are those with restrictions because of their size and other restraining factors, we have exceptionally-big ones where you get almost everything that you desire. So, this article focuses on five of the biggest malls in South Africa to aid your shopping experience.

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What are the biggest malls in South Africa?

In considering a list of biggest shopping malls in South Africa, some of the things that are considered are the number of retail stores that operate in the mall, the total land area that is covered by the complex together with the various entertaining activities that go on there. Therefore, below are the top five biggest malls in South Africa that we have carefully considered where you can enjoy an exciting shopping experience at each of your visits.

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1. Sandton City South Africa

What is the biggest mall in Johannesburg? It is no other but Sandton City, and it is situated in the northern side of the province at Sandton Central Management District. With more than 300 high-class local and international retail stores, the complex has grown to be one of the top five biggest malls in South Africa. There are well-known retailers like Carrol Boyes and Apple, and Hugo Boss and Louis Vuitton in the complex which is one of the reasons why it prides itself as a second-to-none destination for premier fashion and leisure.

5 biggest malls in South Africa 2019

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Also, as a part of the unique things about Sandton City, they provide a wide variety of services that are world-class tailored at meeting all of their shoppers' needs every time they are on a shopping trip. The mall houses information kiosks where customers can get store information as well as directions and other local area information. From Mondays to Saturdays, the complex opens from 09:00 to 20:00 while on Sundays and public holidays, they open from 09:00 to 18:00.

2. Menlyn Park Shopping Centre

As an award-winning shopping centre that is based in the fast-developing Menlyn node, Menlyn Park Shopping Centre boasts of flagship anchor stores as well as having a broad base of brands that are considered international. At the Park, they ensure that they continuously provide their customers with the best shopping experience as well as in the area of dining, entertainment. and leisure. Since they began operation, they have been decorated with lots of gold, bronze and silver awards.

5 biggest malls in South Africa 2019

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Based on its design, Menlyn Park has three spaces including the keyhole malls, Food Court and focal points. Presently, there are more than 500 stores, 8,250 parking bays, 16 parking entrances and 12 parking exits in the galleria. To enjoy the best shopping experience, the complex opens on Mondays to Thursdays form 09:00 to 20:00, Fridays and Saturdays from 09:00 to 21:00, and Sundays and public holidays from 09:00 to 18:00.

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3. Gateway Theatre of Shopping

Gateway Theatre of Shopping is rated as one of the top 50 largest malls in the world. Located on Umhlanga Rocks at the north side of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, the shopping galleria prides itself as the ultimate destination for everything about entertainment, fashion, and dining. You can always be sure of getting local South African retailers as well as popular international brands. The likes of Cotton On, Zara, Gant, Forever New and Superdry are just a few of all that you would get there.

5 biggest malls in South Africa 2019

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With more than 400 stores and 70 eateries, there are lots of entertaining events at the galleria. Funtubbles Family Funfair, Action Karting, IMAX Theatre, Electric Avenue bowling and Wavepark are part of the 18 cinema Ster Kinekor complex in the galleria. From Mondays to Thursdays, the shopping centre is open from 9:00 to 19:00, Fridays and Saturdays from 9:00 to 21:00, and on Sundays from 9:00 to 18:00. For any public holiday, they open and close at the same time on the weekday that the holiday falls.

4. Eastgate Shopping Centre

Eastgate is an iconic shopping centre that is set in the eastern suburbs of Johannesburg. As one of the biggest stores in South Africa, the shopping and lifestyle hub houses lots of activities that virtually any shopper would instantly fall in love with. With more than 300 retail outlets which are prestigiously diverse, you can find almost anything you want there.

5 biggest malls in South Africa 2019

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For every inquiry that you may have, the Customer Services personnel are readily available to help. Interestingly as well, there are bathrooms, facilities that guests with disabilities can conveniently make us of, free Wi-Fi internet service and more so, you can shop with your kids. So, you can always rest assured of the best shopping experience at every of your visits there. Amazingly, the galleria opens Mondays to Thursdays from 09h00 to 18h00, Fridays from 09h00 to 21h00, Saturdays and Sundays from 09h00 to 18h00, and on public holidays from 09h00 to 18h00.

5. Mall of Africa

One of the things that characterise the Mall of Africa is the fact that it is the largest shopping mall in Africa to be built on a single phase. Located in Waterfall City, Midrand, Gauteng, the shopping galleria houses flagship stores with international brands like H&M, Cotton On and Forever 21. Other brands include Boutique Adela, Mango Man, Starbucks, and Under Armour to mention a few. How big is the Mall of Africa? The galleria boasts of more than 131,000 square metres retail space with over 300 shops.

5 biggest malls in South Africa 2019

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There are uniquely-identified court areas like the Crystal Court, which represents the mineral wealth of South Africa, and the Great Lakes Court, which represents the Great Lakes. More so, there is the Oleum Court, which represents the West Africa's Oil wealth, the Forest Walk Court, and the Desert Court. To enjoy an exceptional shopping experience, the mall opens on Mondays to Saturdays from 09:00 to 20:00, Sundays from 10:00 to 20:00, and on public holidays from 10:00 to 20:00.

With these five of the biggest malls in South Africa that have been discussed above, you can always be sure of the best shopping experience every time you visit them. One good thing about these malls is that they have an exceptional customer relationship, and every visit you make to them will always be without regret.

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