Visiting Jaipur and wondering what are the absolute MUST-VISIT places in the city? of course, Jaipur has way too much to offer and your 3-day trip would not do justice to this place. There are plenty of historical monuments, museums, markets and cafes that you want to cover but another place that needs to be on your list is the very famous World Trade Park.
Don’t get alarmed. The stunning mall is one of the largest malls in the country and is truly worth a visit. How is it different from other malls? Well, let’s look at some facts about this place that would blow your mind off.
This is one of the largest malls in the country. In fact, this is the second largest mall in the country with 11 floors and it was completed in just 2 years.
The owners spared no expense to make this beauty and spent INR 350 crores on it.
Since it is one of a kind place in Jaipur, for its inauguration, they called the one and only SRK who is also an investor.
The World Trade Park consists of a fantasy world where one can find all sorts of things like costume, jewellery, sunglasses and more. This is basically a boat-shaped shop.
World Trade Park Jaipur includes a display system where 24 projectors create a single image on its ceiling. This is the first system of its kind in the world.
This is not just a shopping mall but has so much to offer. Apart from some top brands like Charles & Keith, Zara, Marks and Spencers, Faces, Body Shop and more, the mall also consists of Cinepolis that consists of 3D effects.
The large mall is divided into two blocks; the North Block and South Block. A wide city street separates these blocks. Nonetheless, a bridge joins two buildings which consist of all restaurants.
Apart from this, there is a massive kids zone area with various rides and games for you to keep the kids entertained. If you need a break from shopping, step into their massive food court that has every possible outlet with plenty of space for you to rest your legs. The food court has all types of cuisines for you to choose from.
We bet you didn’t know that the very first LED Balloon Festival in India was held here. Yep, that’s right.
Hope this article makes you add this place to your list and see this architecture marvel.