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Istanbul is a shopping paradise. Major tourist attractions like the Grand Bazaar and the Egyptian Spice Market combine historical sightseeing with shopping - buying a Turkish carpet, complete with smooth sales-patter chat and multiple cups of tea from the carpet merchant, is one of the country's quintessential tourism experiences.

Turkey has a long history of handicrafts, and Istanbul is one of the best places to see the full range of products on offer. There's something for everyone here, from its famous textiles and ceramics to engraved metalware, wooden backgammon boards, and colorful felt slippers.

Those looking for a more modern shopping experience will find all of the usual international brands, as well as Turkish brand names, along the major shopping thoroughfares.

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Forum Mall

Forum Trabzon is located at north of the city that has important places in the touristic areas of Turkey with the historical centers and natural beauties of the famous
Virgin Mary (Sumela) Monastery.
It’s considered as the largest mall in Trabzon, diverse shopping mall with many international and Turkish brands, It consists clothing outlets, a cinema, restaurants and cafés, additionally
entertainment space for kids and adults.



Oasis Shopping Center is a shopper's paradise.The mall is spread over50.000 m2 with 239 fashionable shops, theatre and auditorium, 5 different cinemas and entertainment options.

Oasis Shopping, Culture and Fun Center has implemented a unique style of architecture. Each part of Oasis Center was planned to reflect a synthesis of east and west architecture,
also taking into account the special characteristics of Bodrum. Oasis easily fits in with Bodrum's typical architecture.


Adana Optimum

Adana Optimum opened its doors to the public in April 2011 and subsequently became Adana's most popular shopping and entertainment center. Since its relaunch in 2013, Adana Optimum has been serving as a regular shopping mall in line with the "New Color of the City" motto.


Forum Gaziantep

Forum Gaziantep Fashion Outlet is located in the heart of Gaziantep, a city in the south-eastern Anatolia region. With its economic, industrial and tourism potential,
Gaziantep is in many ways a metropolitan city with a relatively young population. Forum Gaziantep Fashion Outlet has been the leading shopping centre of the city since its opening in 2013, offering national and international brands, restaurants and cafes. The shopping centre hosts the region’s largest Cinemaximum complex with 11 screens, plus a large children’s playground.
Forum Gaziantep Fashion Outlet has quickly become the main attraction for shoppers in the city thanks to both its retail and leisure offerings and its striking architectural features.


Cevahir Outlet

A mixed-use facility which consists of a 33,000m2 shopping outlet, with 10,000m2 of additional outlet space planned for further expansion, and an 8,000m2 office block.
The facility serves both for the residents of Trabzon and visitors from neighboring cities in the Black Sea Region.


M1 Adana Mall

Offering recreation and cultural events to the guests, in addition to highly advantageous shopping with respect to price and variety, M1 Adana Shopping Center has been designed in order for you to spend all seasons in Adana in the most comfortable and most pleasant way.

The best brands of Turkey and the world are included among the brands of M1 Adana SHC, where campaigns with big prizes are frequently organized in order to transform
your every minute spent there into an opportunity.


Prime Mall Gaziantep

Prime Mall Gaziantep is designed with the aim of adding a modern touch to the newly developing area of Gaziantep, which is designed by melting the rich local cultural elements into a common melting pot with a contemporary architectural approach. From activities before or after shopping, Prime Mall features a variety of stores of the most famous local and international brands


Sanko Park

Sanko Park is an enclosed shopping mall located in Gaziantep, Turkey. The largest enclosed mall in the region, construction of the US$160 million project began in 2007, and the center opened in the spring of 2009. The four story structure has about 55,000 square meters of leasable space. Anchor tenants include a Carrefour hypermarket and Marks & Spencer, and the first floor features an ice rink



Midtown opened in 2012, located in Ortakent. The mall has convenient access from all over the peninsula and Midtown boasts a state of the art Cinemaximun, Carrefour SA, and Adventure Island along with hundreds of stores and restaurants. With so many choices under one roof, it is a great choice for shopping and eating.


01 Burda

01 Burda AVM is a shopping center that will meet the different tastes and needs of Adana and the entire region. Designed as a new-generation living center,
01 Burda leads the way in change and transformation in the shopping habits of the people of Adana with its unique atmosphere, entertainment and cultural activities
it offers to its visitors. 01 Burda meets all needs under one roof and offers a different shopping experience to its guests with its new generation shopping center understanding.


M1 Tepe Gaziantep

If you want to spend a pleasant day in Gaziantep and meet with the most comfortable way of shopping, both a spacious environment and brands full of
opportunity await you at M1 Gaziantep Shopping Center.

Offering shopping and entertainment all day long, M1 Gaziantep AVM features popular and colorful brands such as Sinepark Nakıpali Cinemas, LC Waikiki, Çetinkaya, ARC Trend, Pamidor, U.S.Polo,
Flo, Burger King.

M1 Gaziantep Shopping Center, which offers delicious options in terms of taste and makes every moment of shopping even more enjoyable with good tastes, also includes children's playgrounds and entertainment venues.


Forum Kayseri

Forum Kayseri is located in the city centre of Kayseri and offers easy access by car or public transport. It is one of the most impressive shopping centres in the Anatolia region.
The shopping centre offers 200 national and international brands, such as MediaMarkt, Boyner, LC Waikiki, plus 26 restaurants, cafés and a Cinemaximum cinema.
Forum Kayseri also includes a special market hall, where modern shops are housed according to the traditional market concept.

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