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Best 8 Places to go for Shopping in Karachi

Best 8 Places to go for Shopping in Karachi

Karachi has become a mega-city where both domestic and foreign companies are enjoying the fruits of high demand driven by high populations. In addition, shopping and eating remain the country's biggest entertainment spending. These are the best 8 places to go for shopping in Karachi.

Tariq Road:

This place is considered the shopping paradise of Karachi for all men and women. In this market, you will find almost all types of high quality to low-quality products. In addition, this market also has one of the most popular shopping centers of Karachi, the Dolmen Mall, which is located in the heart. This market is located in the center of the city.

People from every corner of this huge city spend thousands of rupees every time they get their foot in it. In addition, there are numerous shopping malls, restaurants, snack bars and juice bars on the market. If you do not feel like shopping and looking for something to nibble, this is the place.

Dolmen Mall Clifton:

Karachi's current favorite place is Dolmen Mall Clifton - and for many reasons. The location on Marine Drive near the beach is a prime destination, and many of the cafes and restaurants offer sea views while dining. However, it is not only a great place to eat and relax, but also to shop with many mid-range to upscale local brands and designers. In addition, this mall has the most international brands. These include Mango, Caanchi and Lugari, Charles and Keith, Debenhams, Hush Puppies, Longines, Calvin Klein, Tissot, Tag Heuer, Timberland and Tommy Hilfiger.

Zainab Market:

This shopping market is usually crowded with people from the southern part of Karachi. You can find many shops selling high-quality export goods at rather low prices. That's pretty much the main reason why people are still coming here. In addition, there are now numerous factory outlets of some of the top clothing brands in this market. There are many favorite restaurants on this market, such as KBC, ChulluKabab, and you can never hate that the booth of AndeWala Burger is on every corner.

Lucky one Mall:

The City of Lights is known throughout Pakistan for its variety of great shopping and shopping malls. In fact, the largest shopping mall in Pakistan, The Lucky One Mall, is currently in Karachi, with over 200 stores, Lucky One is the largest shopping mall in Pakistan where everything is available what visitors want or need. The mall also has a huge food court with local and international cuisine and a huge hypermart. Both high-end and mid-range brands can be found here, making them ideal for all types of buyers. The only downside to Lucky One is its location on Rashid Minhas Road, a busy, busy street in the north of the city, off the center of Karachi.

Boulton Market:

The oldest and largest wholesale market is a must on this list. This place is home to many top wholesalers in Pakistan. In fact, the products from this market are delivered throughout Pakistan. However, due to parking problems and heavy traffic, the market has lost many customers. To solve this problem, an online version of this market has begun to sell products in bulk and at wholesale prices.

Ocean Mall:

With a 3D cinema, a trampoline park called Bounce, an indoor theme park called Atlantis, many great dining options and world-class local and international brands, the Ocean Mall is the city's entertainment hub. The prime location in Khayaban-e-Iqbal and the tall building facilitate access and offer visitors great views of the surrounding area, especially from the rooftop restaurants. Notable international brands include Inglot, Splash, The Body Shop, Nike, Pedro, Charles & Keith, and Hush Puppies.

Zamzama Street:

This market is located near DHA and Clifton, two areas of Karachi where the elite class lives. This market is also aimed at the same public. In this market, you will mainly find imported and branded products. The prices are sky high and it is usually crowded with the elite class. There are many first-class restaurants and cafés in the area to satisfy the taste of the shopper. Some notable are Pizza Hut, Domino, Pantry and The Butler's Chocolate Café.

Hyderi Shopping Market:

I'm pretty sure many of you have not even seen this market. That's not because it's a small market. This market also houses the Dolmen Mall. This place is usually crowded with people living in the northern areas of Karachi, such as Nazimabad, FB Area, Surjani Town, and North Karachi. This market is quite large and has many stores selling high and low-quality products.