(1) Dubai Mall — Dubai, UAE In addition to shops and restaurants, the venue comes with a five-star hotel, cinema with the largest screens in Dubai and aquarium with over 33,000 creatures – and that’s all before mentioning the ice palace and Sega theme park. (2) Mall Of the World — Dubai, UAE The Mall of the World will cost $7bn and take a decade to build, but is set to be even bigger than the Dubai Mall, connected by 33 roads and even waterways. 180 million visitors are expected in year one. (3) Mall of America — Bloomington, Minnesota, US Built in 1992, the Mall of America cost $650m to build. If you fancy putting a challenge to the test, it’s would take 86 hours in total if you spent ten minutes in each department of the centre. 42 million people visit the venue each year – probably not for 86 hours at a time – and it’s set to double in size by 2018 with a $500m cost. Read more on travelling the Business Class way:
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See where you could end up on your travels if the remaining five destinations on the next page take your fancy.
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