Majid Al Futtaim, the leading shopping mall, communities, retail, and leisure pioneer across the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia, has announced the opening of the Mall of Oman in Muscat.
The sultanate’s largest shopping and leisure destination, the Mall of Oman boasts a 9,000-sq-m Carrefour Hypermarket as part of Majid Al Futtaim package as well as the largest Vox Cinemas – complete with 15 screens – in addition to the only IMAX experience in the country, the first Gold experience in Oman, and a big Magic Planet facility featuring award-winning rides, games and attractions.
Alongside this offering, customers will get to enjoy a host of brands from the Landmark and Apparel groups. In addition, Mall of Oman will offer famous outlets such as DKNY, Nespresso, G-Shock, Homes R Us, Tavola and Al Khalili Buildex. And for those looking for dining options, they can indulge at Kitchen 35, the VIP Lounge (Gold) and Nutella, says the retail pioneer.
A recipient of the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certificate for its commitment to sustainability, resource efficiency, health and wellbeing, the new super-regional mall combines a selection of curated stores that bring the very best in retail, leisure, entertainment, and dining, as well as experiential offerings for all ages, it states.
The launch marks an important milestone for Majid Al Futtaim as it continues to play a significant role in supporting local communities by enhancing the sultanate’s retail and entertainment offerings for both residents and tourists.
Husam Al Mandhari, Director of Shopping malls in Oman at Majid Al Futtaim Properties says: “This is another achievement for us as we continue to position ourselves as a retail pioneer that offers unique experiences and unmatched value, whilst contributing to the local economy. Providing 3,500 new jobs in the region, Mall of Oman offers multiple first-of-its-kind experiences in the sultanate, which allows us to continue to create memorable moments for our customers that they can cherish with their family.”