The mall

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a mall consists of: fun, especially business sales. a mall so we can take a relaxing moment in the cinema or we can take as shopping for clothes, shoes, and electrical appliances.
in the mallis an area where we can eat that is named: the food area in which there are to choose and satisfy your palate. I am going to talk about the shops: there are a variety of shops where they sell somebranded clothing and other made by sweatshops. there are many differences in some stores are large and do many promotions to attract customer attention.
I am going to talk about the bank area of a mallis that the client feels safe with the schedule and the system. The mall has ample parking where you can leave your car in a safe manner. Many times we wonder that serves a mall and serves as a chainof shopping centers where we can take it as a hobby and relaxation time.
A shopping mall, shopping centre or shopping precinct is one or more buildings forming a complex of shops representingmerchandisers, with interconnecting walkways enabling visitors to easily walk from unit to unit, along with a parking area – a modern, indoor version of the traditional marketplace.
An outlet mall(or outlet centre) is a type of shopping mall in which manufacturers sell their products directly to the public through their own stores. Other stores in outlet malls are operated by retailers sellingreturned goods and discontinued products, often at heavily reduced prices. Outlet stores were found as early as 1936, but the first multi-store outlet mall,
Food court
A common feature of shoppingmalls is a food court: this typically consists of a number of fast food vendors of various types, surrounding a shared seating area.
Department stores
When the shopping mall format was developed byVictor Gruen in the mid-1950s, signing larger department stores was necessary for the financial stability of the projects, and to draw retail traffic that would result in visits to the smaller...