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Al Wahda Mall
United Arab Emirates

One of the biggest hypermarket in Abu Dhabi and it is located in Al Wahda sector.

http://uae.luluhypermarket.com/aboutus.php?src=about

Lulu Hypermarkets, the retail division of the multidimensional and multinational EMKE Group has always been known as a trend setter of the retail industry in the region. Today, LuLu symbolize quality retailing with more than 75 stores and has been an instant hit with the discerning shoppers across the Gulf region.

With its pleasant and novel variation from the usual supermarkets, LULU offers an ultra modern shopping ambience for the shoppers by integrating all conceivable needs of the consumers under one roof. Lulu Hypermarkets have extensively laid out counters, sprawling parking space, play area for children, food court, money exchange and bank counters besides a panoply of international and regional brands aptly justifying it's tagline, "Lulu, where the world comes to shop"

Lulu Hypermarkets today not only dot the cities of the UAE but have become the most preferred shopping destinations in Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain,Yemen and  Saudi Arabia

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