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Shopping in Tashkent

Chorsu Bazaar

Chorsu Bazaar is a large open-air market located in the streets of Navoi. The bazaar plays the role as a main place in the city where merchants, traders and common people gather together and have their discussions. In addition, bazaars are the main places where entertaining events of the city are held such as theatrical performances. Chorsu Bazaar, which has aged more than hundreds of years, is located on the main square of Eski-Juva city. Though the construction of the old bazaar was destroyed, the traditional architecture of domed large premises remains the same.

Mall Samarkand Darvoza

Samarkand Darvoza is among one of the upscale malls in Tashkent as it fulfills the shopping needs of the customers. The Darvoza Mall can be made as a one-stop destination for the purchase of all the necessary items you need and worry not, they also provide a decent collection of branded goods to your liking. There are also shops offering a wide collection of watches and branded clothes along with footwear and other shopping needs. If visitors are hungry, they can always visit the food court and savour some food and fulfil their hunger. Near the food court, the mall also has childrens’ play area with a variety of games for the kids.

Shopping Mall Next

Locals and travellers searching up for something new and different can always come to the NEXT mall. They offer only the best goods, services along with excellent ambience. It is an excellent place to visit with family or for some exploration. Though the shopping mall may appear small but it is quite accommodating and helpful in terms of the things they provide. NEXT has a wide variety of exclusive premium products and services including multinational labels, gourmet food, and more. This mall is home to a variety of stores ranging from different brands, companies from around the world, supermarkets, restaurants and cafes, theatre, and other entertainment purposes.

Mega Planet

MEGA PLANET was launched in December 2010 in Tashkent’s Yunusobod District and is known to be closest to a western-style retail and entertainment complex in all of Uzbekistan. The mall provides many services, including wheelchair users conveniences, and offers a variety of retail stores to shop and browse through along with other things for entertainment and meals such as a food court and a cinema complex. Its balance of many different kinds of shops gives customers the choices of all they could find interesting for all ages. The mall tends to be quite crowded on the weekdays especially in the food court as they serve many delicious foods and beverages.

Compas Mall

Сompass shopping mall is one of the largest shopping and entertainment centres in Tashkent and is the first hypermarket of Makro City in Uzbekistan. The mall building occupies over 35,000 sq metres of area. The unique design of the mall building makes it appear as if it is a new landmark in the area. Its glass roofs with a total area 1,500 sq metres provide natural lighting to the atrium and corridors of the complex. It has more than 10,000 items of goods, separate express and cash desks for people with disabilities, convenient navigation and more. The mall is providing a variety of shops selling leading brands of Uzbek and European and the mall also has a large food court to the customer’s liking.