Dragon mart is not the usual luxury Dubai mall; it is the all Chinese mall and it is out of the city, on the Hatta road. You can go there by car, if you have one, or by taxis and, usually, there are taxis waiting near it to take you back to town. It is a low and long building, in the shape of a Dragon, with a big sculpture of a dragon around a globe and fountains at the entrance. There is a good car park but it gets very full in the week end when the mall is very busy. If you go on friday, go after 2pm because the shops are closed before that. If the car park is full there is an area "valet park" where you can park yourself (the "valets" open the gate for you), it cost only 18 dhs and it is worth it! When you enter the Mall you have to take a good note of the entrance you use because it can be very confusing and, after walking for a long time there you might not recognise the door you used and it will be very hard to find your car. Once you are there, it is like a long large corridor with small shops on both sides and small alleys going behind. You cannot explore the all thing in one go, it is just too big with too many little places. You can find there lot of items for the house (marble, bathroom, chandelers, garden furnitures, curtains, fountains...) but also smaller items and especially fresh water pearls of differents colors. There are more than one shop for that but also not that many. They offer good value fresh water pearls, single strand necklaces, bigger ones, earrings, bracelets, rings and it is a perfect place to buy the classic pearls strand you always dreamed of and couldn't afford or a special gift for your daughter, girlfriend, wife... You can also find colorful bags, lot of crystal costume jewelery, sun glasses, beddings, table clothes...at very good price. When you are tired with all this shopping you can stop in one of the little cafes in the middle alley or have a lunch at the food court or the chineses restaurant (quite good for noodles and fried rice). Dragon mart is not like any mall I saw before (I didn't go to China!) and I would really recommand going there, it is good fun.
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