Saturday, November 3, 2007

Sharq Mall


The Sharq Waterfront mall. It comprises an entertainment complex, 12 restaurants, a retail complex with the biggest brand names in clothing, shoes, electronics etc, speciality arcades, a food court and a marina.

15 comments:

Amrita said...

Malls are so attractive everywhere. They burn a hole in my pocket

zakscloset said...

what a luxury! the mall even comes with boating???

Hyderabad Daily Photo said...

That's a beautiful mall.

Thanks for your kind words on my blog.

If you haven't already visited fenix's (boston) blog , you may find today's entry interesting. :)

Jim said...

I dont think I would be able to afford anything in that mall. Great concept for a mall though.

Jules said...

So nice of you to drop into Rabaul - so good to catch up with your interesting blog. i have friends inthis part of the world (Jordan and Abu Dahbi) so this is great!!!

Kerri said...

Wow - that is one pretty mall. When I was growing up... malls didn't really have much "design" to them on the outside. I see that changing a lot recently. Our local mall here just got a facelift on the outside.

Neva said...

I am with Jules...probably couldn't afford anything there! Nice picture...I don't associate your country with alot of water. Apparently I am wrong....again. lol

Mo said...

Very interesting. I never would have thought this type of mall woudld be in Kuwait.

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi WebOJ
Fantastic to see that SHARQ waterfront, love boats and harbors! Great photo:)

What do you eat in the morning?
Look at my blog and see my Dutch(part of ) breakfast:)

Greetings JoAnn:)

Jackie said...

Very interesting - I bet those boats are worth a fortune!

flyingstars said...

That's a very nice design & the architecture along with so many features. Here we have only thin malls cramped between narrow roads...a very beautifully captured shot!

BgDailyPic said...

Nice picture!

Amrita said...

Hi Olive,
hope you are well.
do Indians celebrate Diwali in Q8?

Mike said...

Hey, thanks for your visit and all the comments. I've never seen a Kuwait blog before. Sure looks nice there!

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