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313@Somerset in Singapore, Whalers Village in Lahaina, HI, Bal Harbour Shops in Bal Harbour, FL & Lincoln Square Mall in Arlington, TX Interactive Shopping Mall Directory Maps Now Available For Free Download.

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

313@Somerset

Embracing Singaporeans’ passion for fashion, 313@somerset will assemble an exceptional range of leading global and local brands that will deliver a unique, expansive and aspirational mid level fashion offer including Zara, Uniqlo, Forever 21, New Look and Esprit.

This unique themed precinct directly linked to the Orchard Road strip will offer an enviable clustering of restaurants and lounges including Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant, Kamado Japanese Wood Fire, Central Hong Kong Café, Flying Chillies and Trattoria Cuccina Italiana . This “Walking Street” will reflect a relaxed ambience and sanctuary from the Orchard Road bustle.

Indulging the Singaporean market’s fascination with all things new, 313@somerset will assemble an eclectic mix of leading lifestyle stores including HMV, EpiCentre (Apple Premium Reseller), Stadium, Starhub and Harris Bookstore.

Whalers Village

On the beach at Kaanapali, Whalers Village is Maui’s premier beachfront shopping center. Its vibrant and varied collection of over 90 fine shops, restaurants and a free whale museum/theatre is enhanced by free Hawaiian entertainment and a 534-space parking facility.

A mecca for shoppers, the village offers a wide variety of options from resort wear and beach accessories to international haute couture to convenience stores. At specialty shops find jewelry, gifts, art, cosmetics, Hawaiian crafts, clothing of all kinds for the whole family and more. There’s food for every mood at Whalers Village. Find fun fast foods at the international food court. Oceanfront restaurants offer everything from cheeseburgers to a Pacific Rim cuisine dinner under the stars.

Bal Harbour Shops

Bal Harbour Shops is an upscale open-air shopping mall in Bal Harbour, a wealthy suburb of Miami, Florida, known internationally for its collection of luxury retail. Bal Harbour Shops is one of the few remaining family-owned malls in the nation. There are no enclosed walking paths or kiosks, and the main anchor, Saks Fifth Avenue, has a sidewalk entrance on one of the town’s main streets.

The Bal Harbour Shops, is set in a lush open-air, garden with waterfalls and exotic foliage. In addition to legendary boutiques such as Christian Dior, Gucci, Prada and Versace, shoppers can also enjoy charming outdoor cafes, salons, an art gallery and two of the best department stores around, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.

Lincoln Square Mall

Lincoln Square, in the heart of Arlington’s entertainment district, features an abundance of one-of-a-kind boutiques, salons and custom jewelry stores and dining options. Restaurants include everything from TGI Fridays, Black-eyed Pea and Hibachi 97 to fine dining at Olenjack’s and whimsical spots like Simply Fondue and 5&Diner.

Take a trip to Perfecto Cigar Shop & Lounge, Swamp Daddy’s or Sherlock’s Baker St. Pub & Grill. Retailers include Pier 1 Imports, Ross, Best Buy, Chico’s, Ann Taylor Loft and Talbots. How about a gourmet snack at the Popcorn Store? Check website for seasonal events like pictures with Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny.

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Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

K11 in Hong Kong, China is claimed to be the world’s first art mall, integrating the elements of art, culture, and nature, with the aim to match New York City’s SoHo. With this goal in mind, the mall spent 20 million Hong Kong dollars placing numerous art pieces on each floor, totaling 13 groups, all handpicked by K11 Founder and Chairman, Zhi-Gang Zheng (Adrian Cheng). From benches and ceiling ornaments to wall decorations and giant sculptures, the works of art come mostly from local artists, including Lee Chin-fai, Mok, a new and Man Fung-yi. The venue also has 19 exhibition panels, displaying works by local artists, throughout the four stories of the mall between stores.

Besides the usual suspects like Jill Stuart, Puma Black Label and big players like Tiffany, Omega and of course Chow Tai Fook, it’s refreshing to see that over half of the stores are new to Hong Kong including French menswear brand Dormeuil, Spanish beauty brand Ainoha and a Paul & Joe Beauty store.

Where?

18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. Hong Kong.

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