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4 ways to get to The Dubai Mall during peak times and big sale days.
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The Dubai Mall area witnessed heavy traffic most of the time, especially during peak times and big sale days such as those that start today and continue until the 29th of this month, at a time when there is more than one traffic option available to reach the area, which can be headed to through 4 different ways that can be chosen One of them is according to the area of ​​arrival and according to the density and degree of congestion that appears in a particular route.

The four roads that the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority has advised to use include Al Asayel Street, Al Mustaqbal Street, Sheikh Zayed Road and Al Khail Road.

Sheikh Zayed Road, part of which extends in Zabeel 1 and connects the Dubai World Trade Center and Emirates Towers, the Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa and many other landmarks, is one of the main streets leading to the Dubai Mall area.

The area, which is filled with a number of restaurants and hotels, can also be reached via Al-Asayel Street, which connects Oud Metha Road to the Business Bay area, through a number of tunnels and bridges in the Zabeel and Business Bay areas. Zabeel, Jumeirah and Business Bay.

The project provides a free entrance to the Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa via Emaar Boulevard, in a safe and easy way for road users.

As for Al-Mustaqbal Street, which is about 9 kilometers long, it serves as a link between Al-Majlis Street and Al-Midan Street. The street is important for its role in accessing a number of vital places such as the Executive Council of the Emirate of Dubai, the Dubai World Trade Center, the Burj Khalifa, the Dubai Mall, the Dubai International Financial Center and international facilities.

Al Khail Street also comes to provide an important traffic solution to reach the Financial Center Street and the "Dubai Mall" area, the largest shopping and entertainment destination in the world, which receives more than 100 million visitors annually, including its facilities and its surroundings of giant stores and recreational and tourist sites.

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