The legendary Mall Of Asia, which opened in 1981, is one of Asia’s most enduring landmarks and a world-renowned destination for shopping.
The iconic building is one among the best preserved in Asia, and is a symbol of the rich cultural heritage of Asia and of the cultural life of the nation.
It is also home to one of the world’s biggest shopping malls and the biggest shopping district in the world, and hosts one of China’s most famous and popular attractions, the Asian Art Gallery.
The mall is the world-famous Mall Of China, and the Chinese government has allocated the site as the “Mall of China”, to honour the legacy of the mall.
The Mall of China opened on 6 January, 1981, and opened the following year with a grand opening ceremony.
The theme park, which has been the centrepiece of the Mall Of India, is also located on the mall and has a long history.
It opened in 2000 and has since become the biggest attraction in the country, attracting around 2.4 billion visitors.
According to a report by The Times of India, it is also a world class entertainment destination, attracting a total of 6.5 million tourists annually.
It was also the site of the famous “Gangnam Style” concert on 16 May, 2004, with the singer, Lee Seung-Hoon, singing the iconic song with dancers in the back.
The site of today’s attraction is located at the junction of the Gurgaon-Shahdara Expressway and the Poonch Expressway, and was once a part of the Khabar Road Railway and was constructed in 1896.
Today, the entrance to the mall is located near the intersection of the old railway line with the Ganga-Nagpur Expressway.
The main entrance to this landmark is on Shahdara-Shabra Road.
The entrance to a shopping mall is a unique opportunity for visitors to get a first-hand insight into the cultural and commercial history of Asia.
The mall is also known for its many other attractions including the Ghanji Cinema, which is located close to the Mall of India and has been one of India’s most popular entertainment destinations since it opened in 2013.
In addition to its many attractions, it also houses a shopping centre and a museum.
A trip to the famous Mall Of Mall of East Asia would be an incredible experience, and one that would also provide a glimpse into the history and culture of the country.
A trip to a Mall of West Asia is also worth considering.
The story of the iconic Mall of Mall of Asian, which became one of Australia’s most sought-after tourist destinations in the 1990s, is a story that will take you on a fascinating journey around the world.