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Nakheel is also building the five star Palm Tower Hotel and Residences on Palm Jumeirah and two hotels- on of which will be managed by Premier Inn - at Ibn Battuta Mall.
Nakheel is also expanding Dragon City, previously Dragon Mart, developing hotels at Palm Jumeirah, Deira Islands, Ibn Battuta Mall and Dragon City.
Nakheel s Ibn Battuta Mall the largest themed shopping mall in the world is to undergo an extension spanning 4.
Nakheel's Ibn Battuta Mall - the largest themed shopping mall in the world - is to undergo an extension spanning 4.
The Premier Inn Dubai Ibn Battuta Mall will open in the second half of 2016, just after the 150-room Premier Inn Muscat Al Quram and 320 rooms served by the two Saudi-based properties.
Although authorities have not yet confirmed exact details of the accident, some residents tweeted that a car might have flipped over on SZR after Ibn Battuta Mall.
The installation was completed for the Ibn Battuta Mall location, one of four new country launches planned for Mooyah in the Middle East before year-end.
Shopping is a must for brand conscious Chinese travelers and our prime location in the heart of new Dubai is ideal with Mall of the Emirates, Ibn Battuta Mall and Dubai Mall all within easy reach," according to Peter Mansourian, General Manager of the Grand Millennium Dubai.
The defendant was cited admitting before prosecutors that while cleaning the Chinese's hotel room near Ibn Battuta, he stole the money from atop a nightstand.
Besides the launching activities of "Manama Capital for Arab Tourism 2013," al-Meherzi will also take part in the ceremony of Ibn Battuta Award for Travel Literature in the presence of Arab Tourism Ministers and a number of senior guests, in addition to the participation of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and Arab Organization for Tourism.
As an homage to Ibn Battuta and to help build connections with "everyday" people in the Arab world, David Swales and Charles Sinclair have been on a seven week schedule of pop-up art/photography shows through Spain (Al Andalus), Morocco (birthplace of Ibn Battuta), Egypt, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Oman, Jordan, Turkey and Bosnia.
Google featured a Google Doodle celebrating the famous Moroccan explorer, Ibn Battuta on his 707th birthday.