Wednesday, February 2, 2011

The Top 5 Malls in Riyadh

We're introducing a new section in the blog where we list five favorite any thing. Just the Pink Tarha ladies' choices orayt? Feel free to add yours in the comment boxes. :)

For the first entry in this section, we write about something dear to our hearts (lol). Since we're still high from shopping, why not write an entry that involves our favorite past time?

One of Riyadh's allure to women is its being a major shopping destination, especially during the sale season. The mall is the main destination of women who are seeking respite and therapy from all the day's work (or non-work). The mall is the oasis, the first refreshing frontier in the ongoing life of Filipinas in Saudi Arabia. It's wide, air-conditioned, and the displays are endless and dazzling! Filipino men can settle for Batha but we women can hold our fort in Riyadh's huge malls. The Pink Tarha lists down our five go-to malls in the city with their matching pros and cons.

1. Riyadh Gallery
This mall located at the end of the King Fahad Road tops our list. It might be far to a few but we say it's location is just right. Not too near and not too far. The distance is compensated by the King Fahd Road, which is a relatively wide highway with little traffic. But the most important reason is that it's a one-stop complete mall. It houses three of our favorite department stores - three! - Debenhams, Centrepoint, and Citymax. It also has a famous one-stop beauty shop, Sephora. Eyecandy says it also resembles a Manila mall the most (say Trinoma) because of its wide space and nature (albeit faux) landscape in the center. The coffee shops are rightfully (and tastefully) placed in the nooks of this mall garden. The lack of in-house branches of popular restaurants is compensated with a brightly-lit, colorful food court with interesting eating stalls that we like. E likes Indian Garden in the food court which serves a mean Chicken 65 while Mary likes the no-fuss pasta at Pastalita. Overall, Riyadh Gallery is the Pink Tarha's main retreat.

Shop with nature in Riyadh Gallery (photo from here)

Pros
Relaxing ambiance (nature landscape in the middle)

Department stores (Centrepoint, Citymax, Debenhams, Sephora)

Popular brands (New Look, Zara, H&M, New Yorker)
Specialty stores (Konad for nail art and Stokes for funky kitchen tools)
Hyper Panda

Huge parking lot

London cab

Huge amusement center

Cons

Far location (at the end of King Fahd Road)

Death-defying high escalators

No in-house restaurants

2. Granada Center
Surprisingly, even if Granada Center is far from the city center, we are placing it in second because of a somewhat unique reason. Granada Center is probably the most men-friendly mall because most of the brands here carry their line for men. Like Topshop and H&M. So it's a pro for our fathers, husbands, and brothers. Pro for us too because they become more willing to drive us around. We also consider its distance a breather from the grinding, busy city life. It also proves to be an advantage because we still find our sizes here, especially during the sale season. Granada Center is like a walk in the park. It's spacious but not too huge to enjoy a stroll. It also has the must-go-to stores in our list like H&M, River Island, and Debenhams. Also, we don't encounter the muttawas here as much compared to other malls (not that we're hiding from them).

Far but worth it (photo from here)

Pros
Department store (Debenhams)

Popular brands (Topshop, H&M, New Look,)
Brands for men (Topshop, H&M)
In-house restaurants (Steakhouse and a Turkish grill)
Carrefour
Entertainment center
Huge parking lot
London cab

For women only food court area

Cons
Location

Limited variety of stores

Limited eating stalls in the food court

3. Sahara Mall and Hayat Mall
We decided to combine these two together because once you're in one, you can't help but go "ober da bakod" to visit the other. And you can also go to Sahara Plaza, the home of Zara and La Senza's liquidation stores. If not for the ongoing construction on the roads surrounding these malls, we could have placed it in the number 1 spot. But times and places have changed. The traffic in this area is a killer and you'll waste precious minutes in the surrounding intersections, U-turns, and detours. Also, it was a breeze before to cross the road to go from one mall to the other but now that a fence has been installed in between, the walk outside is a strain (unless you enjoy walking like we do... sometimes). Overall though, Sahara and Hayat offer a huge variety of brands and stores combined. What you can't find in one mall, you can find in the other. You can buy everything here from your clothes, groceries, books, cellphones, and appliances. It's a one-stop gigantic shop... which you can reach after having a headache from the road hassles.


Shoppers' [twin] delight (photos from here and here)

Pros
Location (near the city center)
Popular brands (Hayat: New Look, Zara, Lacoste, Al-Sawani, Paris Gallery | Sahara: MNG, H&M, Miss Selfridge)
Lots of food court choices
In-house restaurants (Hayat: Tony Roma's and Applebee's | Sahara: Fuddruckers, Cafe Ceramique)
Supermarkets (Hayat: Dabube Hypermarket | Sahara: Tamimi Market)
Sahara Plaza

Jarir Bookstore and Best Electronic Store

Entertainment centers

Cons
Major traffic in the area
Long detour in between malls
Always full parking lots
No London Cab

4. Kingdom Mall
Though we love this mall for the unique brands it carry, we find the stores very limited. What we love though is the ladies floor where we can step out of our abayas (which curiously, we keep) and relax with other women who love shopping and having coffee. We are also catered by women who know our wants and needs and whom we share the same interests. What goes on in the ladies' floor is our own dirty little secret. Lol. However, the prices are somewhat too high. Salon services cost twice or triple than salons outside. Kingdom Mall has an upper-class clientele and this mall gives off that ambiance. The food court, though, feels otherwise. The available eating joints are scarce and not as varied as other malls. One major point when being in Kingdom Mall is the opportunity to go upstairs and visit the Skybridge where a glass wall is the only thing that separates you from a panoramic view of Riyadh.

Go luxe! (photo from here)


Pros
Location (city center)
Luxury brands (Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Tiffany and Co., Saks Fifth Avenue)
Luxury hotel (Four Seasons) and restaurants (Spazio, Quattro, The Grill)
Ladies' floor
Spacious, wide, brightly-lit areas
London Cab
Skybridge

Cons
Limited variety of brands and stores
Only 1 in-house resto (Planet Hollywood)
Attacks on women outside the mall were 'reported.'

5. Faisaliah Mall
We love Faisaliah Mall but it doesn't offer as much as the other malls. It is the nearest mall to our work and home but we only find ourselves drawn by the food court which has our favorite food (Subway, London Chips, and Samurai). We also love their selection of desserts (Cheesecake Factory, Baskin n' Robbins, a cookie stall, etc.) Their food court and Water Lemon have a nice view of the Olaya Road. It has a nice array of familiar brands like MNG, Zara, and Promod and has the only branch of Juicy Couture in Riyadh. It is also the home of upscale department store, Harvey Nichols. When done shopping, going to the view deck in Faisaliah's globe is a must. For SR25, you get a nice 360 degree view of the city and limitless number of photos using your camera (Kingdom's Skybridge prohibits the use of mainstream cameras; only mobile phone's).

Shop and dine with a view at Faisaliah Mall (photo from here)

Pros
Popular brands (MNG, Zara, Promod, MAC)
High-class brands (Juicy Couture, Coach, Roberto Cavalli)
Department store (Harvey Nichols, Al-Sawani)
Good variety of food court choices
View deck
Ample parking space in the basement

Cons
Busy intersection of Olaya and Thalateen Sts.

Filled parking lots outside
No London Cab

There are still a lot of malls in Riyadh and we cannot count the possibilities of fab finds and experience. These five, however, are our go-to malls but we also visit Panorama Mall (for their amusement center... lol!), Al-Akaria Mall, Al-Nemer Center, Othaim Mall, Khurais Plaza, etc. but not as frequent. If you have raves and rants on the malls in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, do let us know in the comment box.

Happy shopping in Riyadh!

90 had something to say:

yasirimran said...

You didn't point Aziz Moll, that is bigger one too

Anonymous said...

I agree with your rankings...I love Riyadh Gallery! They have all the brands that I like and very family oriented. Good thing it's near our home sweet home. But you should visit the Kingdom mall again...it's where I work...I guess they heard you guys! They're expanding their food court and now has a play area for kids. I wish there will be Jarir in their future plans! :) - BaDJ

Mimi said...

I find Panorama Mall much better that Riyadh Gallery. It's much more spacious and although Riyadh Gallery has more stores, Panorama Mall is more organized and because of it's spacious demeanor, you wouldn't feel it if it were crowded with people unlike Riyadh Gallery. Don't get me wrong, I love Riyadh Gallery and it IS improving but I just don't like having to get out of people's way all the time.

The Pink Tarha said...

Hi Mimi! Thanks for the comment.

Panorama Mall is okay because it is spacious but we don't find our favorite brands/stores there. We like that there's Zara, Desigual, and other popular brands but there's no New Look, H&M, Parfois, and some other brands that we frequent. :) Also, their food court lacks the food stalls that we like ordering from. :)

Anonymous said...

how about batha? with its cheapest "I Love Riyadh" tee shirts and adobong mani stuffs, i would rank it number one.

The Pink Tarha said...

We wouldn't really consider "Batha" as a mall.

Anonymous said...

HI..
GOOD DAY!
JUST WANT TO ASK IF WHEN IS HAYAT MALL HAVE THERE MALL SALES?!?

PLS.REPLAY AT somi_wafa@yahoo.com
THANK YOU!
Godbless...

Anonymous said...

Hi! What are the schedules of these malls allowing bachelors to enter or at least eat in their food courts?

Sandeep Verma said...

Just want to know the kitchen appliances store or mall in Riyadh

Anonymous said...

sis san may victoria secret dto?

The Pink Tarha said...

@Anonymous: Regarding schedules of bachelor day in malls, it depends per shopping center. And some malls are actually for families only. However, we are clueless on this, sorry! We'll ask when we go to a specific mall and update this as soon as we can. Thanks for reading!

@Sandeep: Sorry for the late reply. SACO, EXTRA, and IKEA are the appliance stores on top of our heads. Hope you find what you're looking for.

@Anonymous: There's a VS branch in Kingdom Center. There are a lot of VS products for sale in Batha stalls though.

Anonymous said...

hello po!.meron na po bang forever21 stores in anywhere of these malls?thank you!

The Pink Tarha said...

Hi, there's no Forever 21 here in Riyadh. There's a lone branch in Al-Rashed Mall in Al-Khobar and a few in Jeddah though. We've been wishing for Forever 21 to come to Riyadh since forever. Haha. Thanks for reading the Pink Tarha! :)

Tahira said...

Fabulous blog! Positive, uplifting and INFORMATIVE. Love it. In less than 3 weeks I'll be arriving in Riyadh - this is coming in VERY handy as I plan my relocation. Thanks, ladies. Keep up the GREAT work!

The Pink Tarha said...

Thank you very much, Tahira! Good luck on your move to Riyadh and we hope you have a great stay in this desert city. Let us know your experiences, okay? :)

Anonymous said...

Where we can find single and double bed mattresses in any of these malls?

The Pink Tarha said...

Hi! You won't really find many home stores inside the malls here in Riyadh. We suggest you go to Oruba Street where a lot of mattress stores are. There's Tempur, King Bed, American Mattress, etc. If you're coming from Olaya St with the Kingdom Mall at your left, just turn right to Oruba and you'll find those stores lined up. :)

Mariam (Saudi | Philippines) said...

I think it's interesting to see some Filipinos who love Saudi Arabia :)

am said...

where can we find kitchen appliances store (like russel hobbs or morphy richards kettle)

Anonymous said...

Hai do u know the stores under al sawani group.. Pls reply

The Pink Tarha said...

@am: You can try Centrepoint's Home Centre or eXtra or SACO. :)

@Anonymous^: You can find the brands under Al-Sawani Group on this link: http://www.al-sawani.com/brands_details.htm
There's Benettton, Levi's, MaxMara, Triumph, G2000, Guess, XOXO, etc.

Anonymous said...

Can I find Stradivarius In panorama mall?

The Pink Tarha said...

@Anonymous: As far as we know, there's no Stradivarius in Panorama. Branches can be found in Faisaliah Mall, Hayat Mall, and Granada Center. :)

Rmk said...

We just moved to Riyadh from UK two weeks ago.its surely studded with malls and fast food chains round every corner...I've been to Riyadh gallery and Granada mall from ur list of malls...they sure have huge variety which makes me confused,coz if I enter the brands like M&S or next(stores I shopped from in the UK)the prices are double...there are prices in pounds clearly tagged on the products but SAR price is double the conversion rate...I find myself wondering whether I should buy the stuff I'm used to at a double price or find local brands of same standard orrrr wait until I go back to UK.confused..... :(. Plz advise some good quality local brands for shoes,bags and kids clothing...thanx...

The Pink Tarha said...

Hi Rmk, welcome to Riyadh!

That is the tricky thing in shopping here in Riyadh. The prices of international brands are higher than in other countries. That's why we wait for the sale seasons, which comes 4-5 times a year (usually after seasons, before they change their collections) so we don't have to pay that much. We only buy items in its original price if we really, really like it. If you can still wait for your vacation to your home country, we suggest you buy your stuff from there. If not, pick items that are non-negotiables (stuff that you need and want) and buy them here.

As for "local" brands... that's another tricky thing. There are a few local brands (esp. with clothing) to speak of and they cost higher than the mall brands because the "locals" can pay for the high prices. And there are brands that offer stuff imported from Hongkong/China which are generally cheaper than mall brands but their quality are not that good. We're not too familiar with local brands also but you can try CityMax and Centrepoint.

Thanks for dropping by The Pink Tarha! :)

The Pink Tarha said...

Hi Jokpi, for some reason, your comment was lost in the system. It didn't publish as we probably clicked on the wrong link. However, we read your comments. Thank you for the nice words.

Regarding your questions, the sale season is already over so it might be difficult to find on sale stuff in the known malls. H&M, New Look, and rhe department stores, Centrepoint, Citymax, and Iconic carry affordable items so you might want to visit Riyadh Gallery. Body sprays from Bath&Body Works and Victoria's Secret are famous pasalubongs and they can be found in Kingdom Mall. To find almost almost all these stores in the same location, go to Hayat Mall and Sahara Mall. Fir liquidation stores (on sale Aldo, Nine West, etc.), try Alakaria Mall (the older building).

Good luck on your shopping spree. :) Thanks for reading The Pink Tarha!

jokpi said...

Thank you very much Pink Tarja.... ^^,

Anonymous said...

where can i find Aeropostle apparels here in Riyadh????thanks

Anonymous said...

Sandra from Republic of South Africa.
I just love Riyadh Malls,big or small
all of them,are just worth my while.

garmuls said...

do you have skateboard shop there in riyadh saudi arabia...? please tell meh info about it..

Anonymous said...

ma'am, paki update po kami ng mga shop or mall n my big sale lalo n s mga clothing line at shoes, gap, american eagle, lacoste, replays, banana republic, clarks, levis,RL. etc. etc.
NOTE : my A&F po bang brand dito sa riyadh?san pong shop/mall makikita?

Atiq said...

hey...love this blog.

keep up the great work

Anonymous said...

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Liaquat Panhwar said...

and wht abt Haram Mall? u shld point Haram mall also, it is also one of bigger mall of Riyadh

The Pink Tarha said...

Hello Liaquat! We do not frequent Haram Mall that's why it's not in our list. We don't know what to tell about it. We'll probably include it in our second entry about malls in Riyadh soon. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hello! Can I know Hayat mall timing and where can I find converse shoes which mall in Riyadh has it? Thank you

The PInk Tarha said...

Hello Anonymous 10:34: Hayat Mall is open from 9:00am to 11:00pm in most days. Converse shoes can be found in most shoe stores but what we're sure is this shop called SODAS. It has branches in Panorama Mall, in Batha, and in Olaya Street.

Anonymous said...

hi i just wonder do u have any idea kung kaylan magsale ang jarir during this dec or jan. bago mga school break?thank u :)

hanneymae delfin said...

for converse shoes there are lots in shoe arena and its on sale right now :)

Anonymous said...

is there any skateboards shop in riyadh? pleaes answer

The Pink Tarha said...

Hello Anonymous 12:52pm: We're not into skateboards so we wouldn't know any shop that sells them. We will be on the lookput though and we'll get back to you. Thanks for reading The Pink Tarha! :)

Anonymous said...

helo..wch is the bst mall fr jus roaming nd havng fun...pls reply

Anonymous said...

pls say wer in riyadh is thr bst place to roam amout....ny g. malls othr thn kingdom nd fsisalyah?

The Pink Tarha said...

Riyadh Gallery.

Anonymous said...

Hi.. Where to find branches of next (men clothes) in riyadh.. Pls if possible the nearest one to intercontinental hotel.. Thanks

The Pink Tarha said...

Kingdom Centre. :)

paula said...

My pleasure to discovered your post and see this The Top 5 Malls in Riyadh. I really had a great time and by reading your post and seeing the images youve shared, it seems that I had take a tour and experienced shopping in that shopping mall, they are all wonderful especially that Faisaliah Mall. How amazing. Big thanks.

Anonymous said...

You said the Hyatt mall has a Zara liquidation store there, is this true?

They have Zara merchandise that is on sale?

The Pink Tarha said...

@Anonymous: Not in Hayat Mall. The liquidation store was in Sahara Plaza, a smaller mall beside Sahara Mall, but it's been a long time since we visited Sahara Plaza. It might not be there anymore.

Anonymous said...

where can i find cheap makeup? other than places like batha or dira?

The Pink Tarha said...

There are brands called "drugstore brands" like Maybelline, Rimmel, Max Factor, Nyx, etc. which are available in the beauty counters of Citymax, Centrepoint and known hypermarkets like Panda. They're not exactly cheap but are affordable in terms of their quality.

Anonymous said...

can you tell me if max factor is in panorama mall?
Thanks!

Ruba Aln. said...

Great post :) appreciate your hard work girls. Hope you have a great time touring around :) - Saudi girl

The Pink Tarha said...

@Anonymous 4:50PM: You can try Faces or Whites in Panorama Mall. Otherwise, Max Factor is available in the beauty sections of hypermarkets (ie. Panda) and department stores (ie. Centrepoint, Citymax, etc.)

@Ruba: Thank you! We appreciate your comment a lot. :)

Anonymous said...

hi there. is there an ideal mall around riyadh where i (male) can leisurely roam around without worrying of entering a "only for family" floor? also where i can feast my eyes on leading men's brands? thanks a lot!! - Alex M

Anonymous said...

hello. may i ask when is the sale season in ksa malls begin? how often does it happen in a year? many thanks.

The Pink Tarha said...

@Alex: You don't have to worry about most malls because they should be open for men following a decree in 2011 about abolishing the bachelor or family days only in malls in the Kingdom. Most malls are open for bachelors now. Except of course the ladies' floor of Kingdom Centre. However, we have to admit that most malls in Riyadh are "female-friendly" because most brands are for women. Localizer Mall in Tahlia is kind of known as a men's mall because of the brands for men available there (ie. Zara Men, Celio, etc.). Granada Mall and Al-Qasr Mall also has brands for men (esp. the sports shops). Hope this reply helps. ;)

The Pink Tarha said...

@Anonymous 5:05AM: The huge sale seasons are mostly during the new year and before eid. You might want to read our tips and info here: http://www.thepinktarha.com/2011/06/brace-yourself-for-yet-another-sale.html

Anonymous said...

hi, where can i find tory burch here in riyadh? tnx much ;D

The Pink Tarha said...

@Anonymous 3:00PM: Haven't found them in Riyadh yet, sorry.

Anonymous said...

Your ranking is quite interesting, but
I suppose that is true to women.

I went to Hayat and Sahara Malls and was very aghast of not being able to find stores that cater to men. Most (if not all) stores sell clothing for women and children, with the exception of Jarir and other grocery stores. I couldn't even find directories or concierge.

I know it was more costly in Kingdom Mall, but the ambience is absolutely beautiful. Well, that is as per my taste. I was trying to limit my expenses, but I awfully spent beyond the budget and got into buying spree, as most of the items I intended to get for myself were available in Kingdom Mall which is definitely a must-visit the next time I come back to Riyadh.

The Pink Tarha said...

Hello Anonymous 7:44AM, thank you for reading The Pink Tarha and for your comments. :) We wrote this entry for women. Haha. Because most malls in Riyadh are made for women. Men would rarely find shops in big malls that cater to them, apart from the sports stores that men will be interested in. Try going to Localizer Mall too. It's known as the "men's mall" in Riyadh but there are only few known brands in there. :)

Anonymous said...

how bout urban decay?none in RG and Panorama sephora outlet

The Pink Tarha said...

Anonymous 3:10PM: We haven't seen Urban Decay in Sephora here in Riyadh. If you're really interested in buying Urban Decay, you can check out Limited Editions in Riyadh. They're online and delivers to your doorstep. https://www.facebook.com/LimitedEditionsKSA

Anonymous said...

Please I need advice. I am male.Where I could make some shopping for men. I would like to purchase men suits for about 500 SAR, men watches about 1000 SAR and shoes about 200 SAR. I will have only 2 very busy days in Riyadh. I can not check mall by mall. And I think in malls men suits are very expensive.Thanks. Ahmad.

The Pink Tarha said...

Anonymous 4:43AM: We don't know much about shopping for men but if you have two malls to check out, it would be Kingdom Mall and Localizer Mall because they have brands for men, including watch counters and stores.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Great Blog :) I wanted to buy some wedding gowns at reasonable price, please could you recommend some places that may have some. Thanks, Sara

Anonymous said...

Where is micheal kors?

The Pink Tarha said...

@Anonymous 1:53AM: There's one in Panorama Mall.

Anonymous said...

hey i wna knw is dr la senza in panorama mall?pls reply asap..thanks alot

The Pink Tarha said...

Yes, we think there is a La Senza in Panorama Mall. But don't take our word for it. We haven't roamed around Panorama for a while. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi is there BHS store in Riyadh ... If yes then where...???

AF said...

can anyone confirm the opening hours of Riyadh Gallery? i think it's open all day on Thursday but i'm not sure.

The Pink Tarha said...

It's open from 9:00AM to 11:00PM on Thursdays. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi. Stokes is near where in riyadh gallery?

The Pink Tarha said...

It was near Inglot and Freshberry before, first floor (if you cound the ground floor). We're not sure though if it's still there.

Unknown said...

hi Pink Tarha ,how are you?U seem to know a lot about arRiyadh,I came 3 months ago!I still don't know where to find like very unique typical american and european brands?Thank you in advance for your answer! I would love to know more about Riyadh in general!If you have skype plz add me,mine is: c a l i e n t e _ 8 6
thanks so much for the useful information!

Anonymous said...

Hi there, where is the good place to buy jewelries for ladies?

Anonymous said...

is there anyone can tell where can I find mel plum shoe boutique?

Anonymous said...

@unknown - urbsn outfitters, h&m , zara, sgt pepper, Gap, 9west, Nike MAC, Inglot ,etc...! Alot of american-europian brands in various designs are available in Riyadh Gallery.

@anonymous -Gold jewelries available in Batha and in Suweqa Rd.

farah said...

thanks it sorta helped :)

Anonymous said...

hi! whats the meaning of pink tarha? forgive me if i missed it somewhere in ur intro! keep up the goood work! got a lot of help from u and ur readers as they asked all the qs important for me! will definetly keep visiting!

Ratdog said...

Hi Ladies. Awesome reviews, thanks very much you helped me enjoy an afternoon at Kingdom, which I didn't even know had a mall.
One comment from someone with a missing shopping gene, I live close to Granada, and visit the mall/Carrefour at least once a week. It food court is great, but I don't agree with your thoughts that there are more man stores. There's a couple of things around exit 6 but that's it.
Its my first time to Kingdom and I saw more stores that I liked the look of there, although I thought the low low ceiling in the food court was claustrophobic (offset of course by the big view on the 99th floor)
The ladies floor is intriguing, but I bet ladies wear the same black abayas on that floor too.

Thanks again

--Ratdog.

Ratdog said...

PS. Cameras are allowed on the Kingdom sky bridge until1 hour before sunset, After that they have their own official photographer (Whatever that means!)

The Pink Tarha said...

@Ratdog: Hello there! Thank you for reading The Pink Tarha. Localizer Mall in Tahlia Street is known as the guy's mall here in Riyadh. Also, there are more men brands along Tahlia Street. :P In the ladies' floor, women are allowed to remove their abayas. :)

The middle of the Skybridge is always for the Kingdom's official camera only. :P

Thank you for your comments. ;)

Geek101 said...

Hi, Great info blog...
What mall in Riyadh I can locate the vans stores and converse stores?...
Thanks. ;D

The Pink Tarha said...

@Geek101: Converse and Vans are usually found in a store called SODAS. There are branches in Batha and Olaya Street. However, you can visit Panorama Mall too. SODAS has a branch inside, near the Danube Hypermarket and Abdelwahab Electronics Store.

Anonymous said...

Hi all! There's a mallwide SALE going on this month of January @all your favorite malls in Riyadh! So hurry! Do your early shopping and get the best deals these stores have to offer. Happy shopping, eve'ryone!

Anonymous said...

Some please provide me the info bout the branches of victoria secret (beauty and fragrance) and kindly provide any contact details if any
Urgent

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
am new to SA, am bout to get married back in my home country, I looking for my wedding suit, suggest me where can I find one.
regards

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