Located in Bur Dubai, BurJuman is a classic, family-friendly community mall with an eclectic mix of stores to suit every taste.

The mall opened in 1991 and has been enhanced several times. The most recent development was announced in 2011 and completed in September 2016.

The latest project added more than 200 stores to mall’s retail portfolio. A Carrefour hypermarket opened on the Ground Level in 2014.

BurJuman Mall, Dubai

Another key element was the expansion of the Level 3 entertainment and dining area. VOX Cinemas BurJuman opened in 2015. Magic Planet, a family entertainment centre, opened at the beginning of 2016.

List of Shops

Shops at BurJuman are listed below. The list was last updated on .

  • 3M – Car detailing and window tinting.
  • 64 Square – Footwear.
  • 1915 Seddiqi & Sons
  • Aeropostale – Casual apparel.
  • AK Jewels – Jewellery store.
  • Al Ansari Exchange – Offers foreign currency exchange and money transfer services.
  • Aldo
  • Aldo Accessories
  • Al Futtaim Watches & Jewellery – Jewellery and watches.
  • Al Ghurair Exchange – Foreign exchange and remittance services.
  • Al Ghurair Int’l Exchange – Foreign currency exchange and money transfer services.
  • Amer
  • Ardene – Canadian womenswear.
  • Arrow – Menswear.
  • Athlete’s Co
  • Baldinini – Italian footwear, bags, and accessories.
  • Basel Watch Company – Watches.
  • Baskin Robbins – Ice cream.
  • Bateel – Gourmet dates and confectionery.
  • Bench – Fashion.
  • Beverly Hills Polo CLub
  • Billabong – Australian fashion and sportswear.
  • Birkenstock – German sandals and footwear.
  • Brands For Less – Discount store.
  • Call It Spring – Footwear and accessories.
  • Carpisa – Handbags, suitcases, briefcases, and accessories.
  • Carrefour – Hypermarket.
  • CAT – Shoes and clothing.
  • Cerruti 1881
  • Champion Cleaners – Dry cleaning and laundry.
  • Charles & Keith – Women’s footwear, bags, and accessories.
  • Charles Jourdan
  • Clarks – Shoe shop.
  • Clear Touch
  • Cold Stone Creamery
  • Color Plus
  • Cotton On – Australian fashion brand.
  • Crocs – Footwear.
  • Daiso – Japanese discount store offering a wide range of products including glassware, cutlery, crockery, kitchenware, cosmetics, stationery, and toys.
  • Da Milano & Rosso Brunello
  • DC Shoes
  • Deem – Financial services and loans.
  • De Novo
  • Desco
  • Designer Deals Collective
  • DHL – Courier.
  • du – Telecommunications.
  • Dune – Shoes, bags, and accessories.
  • Dunkin
  • Early Learning Centre – Educational toys, games, and gifts.
  • Emirates Driving Institute – Driving school.
  • Emirates NBD – Bank branch.
  • Eros – Electronics and home appliances.
  • Fab India
  • Foot Locker – Sneakers and sportswear.
  • Forever 21 – Fashion.
  • Future Speed Cafe
  • Gant – Casual clothes for men and women.
  • Gaudi Fashion
  • Giordano – Fashion.
  • Guess Watches
  • H&M – Fashion for men, women, and children.
  • Hema
  • Herschel
  • HiPhone Telecom – Mobile phones and accessories.
  • Hour Choice – Watches.
  • Hush Puppies – Casual footwear.
  • INew Life
  • Jafferjees – Handcrafted leather goods.
  • Jashanmal – Home products.
  • JBL
  • Jewellery Spot – Jewellery store.
  • John Richmond
  • Just Accessories – Fashion accessories.
  • Just Optic – Eyewear.
  • Jysk
  • Kocca – Italian womenswear.
  • Krispy Kreme – Doughnuts.
  • La Senza – Lingerie, underwear, nightwear, and swimwear.
  • La Vie en Rose
  • LC Waikiki – Fashion.
  • Leonidas
  • Levi’s – Denim.
  • LHU Urban
  • Liali – Jewellery store.
  • Life Style Fine Jewelry Kiosk
  • Life Style Fine Jewelry Store
  • Lovisa – Jewellery and accessories.
  • Lumberjack – Footwear.
  • Matalan – Discount store offering clothes, footwear, and accessories for all the family.
  • Mi – Electronics and technology.
  • Miniso – Japanese concept store offering a range of products including household items, kitchenware, gift, bags, fashion accessories etc.
  • Mobile Outfitters – Mobile phone screen protection.
  • Montblanc – Luxury writing instruments, watches, wallets, belts, travel accessories, and fragrances.
  • Naturalizer – Women’s shoes, bags, and accessories.
  • Nautica – Casualwear.
  • Occhiali – Designer frames, contact lenses, and sunglasses.
  • Omega – Watches.
  • Onezone
  • PAN Emirates
  • Patchi – Chocolates.
  • Plus Point Supermarket
  • Prima Diamond – Jewellery.
  • Quiksilver – Surfwear.
  • Reebok – Sportswear.
  • Rieker – German footwear.
  • Rivoli – Watches.
  • Rivoli Eyezone – Designer frames and sunglasses.
  • Rocx Jewelry
  • Rodolfo Zengarini
  • Samsonite – Suitcases, bags, and travel accessories.
  • Samsung – TVs, mobile telephones, cameras, IT, and home appliances.
  • Seconds – Key cutting, watch repairs, mobile phone repairs, shoe repairs, and engraving.
  • Shakespeare & Co
  • Sharaf DG – Electronics and IT.
  • Shoexpress – Value shoe store.
  • Skechers – Footwear.
  • Smart Baby – Clothes for babies and young children.
  • Souvenir
  • Splash – Fashion.
  • Stadium – Sports store.
  • Sweflora – Florists.
  • Syllogism
  • T.M. Lewin
  • TAS-HEEL – Ministry of Labour services.
  • Tchibo – Coffee machines.
  • The Children’s Place – Childrenswear.
  • The Collection
  • Thomas Sabo – Silver jewellery and watches.
  • Threads
  • Thrifty – Car rentals.
  • Tissot – Swiss watches.
  • Titan – Watches.
  • Trendy Time – Budget watches.
  • Tshirt Factory – Personalised t-shirts.
  • Typo – Gifts, stationery, and art.
  • Victoria’s Secret – Women’s underwear, lingerie, swimwear etc.
  • Virgin Mobile
  • Xpressions
  • Yateem Optician – Opticians.
  • Yogurberry

Hatam Persian restaurant at the BurJuman shopping mall in Dubai

Customer service desks offer maps and store guides, event and transport information, shopping vouchers, concierge and lost and found services, and gift wrapping. Other facilities and services at the mall include toilets, baby changing areas, luggage storage, and prayer rooms for men and women.

Numerous ATMs are dotted around the mall. There’s also a branch of the Emirates NBD here plus several currency exchange centres.

BurJuman is open every day of the week. Store opening hours are 10 am to 10 pm Saturday to Wednesday, and 10 am to 11 pm on Thursday and Friday. Restaurants close one hour later.

The mall is situated in Bur Dubai at the junction of Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road and Khalid Bin Al Waleed Road. There are pedestrian entrances on both roads.

The car park is situated on the ground floor of the mall. Entrances are on Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road. Valet parking is available.

BurJuman enjoys easy access to the Dubai Metro system with BurJuman Metro Station right outside the main entrance. It’s a transfer station on both the Red Line and the Green Line offering quick and easy access to and from most areas of the city.

Lots of bus services go to BurJuman. Services include 21 (Al Ghubaiba Bus Station to Al Quoz), 29 (Al Ghubaiba Bus Station to the Dubai Mall), 33 (Al Ghubaiba Bus Station to Al Qusais), 44 (Al Ghubaiba Bus Station to Rashidiya Bus Station), C03 (Al Karama Bus Station to Abu Hail Bus Station), C05 (Gold Souq Bus Station to Al Ghubaiba Bus Station), and X23 (Gold Souq Bus Station to International City).



Map showing location of BurJuman.

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Map showing location of BurJuman



Khalid Bin Al Waleed Road
Bur Dubai
United Arab Emirates

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Reviews and Additional Information

  1. Xti, XIMI Vogue and FiLLi now open at Burjuman.

  2. Magic Planet now open at BurJuman.

  3. Mikel coffee shop now open on the ground floor of the new BurJuman extension.

  4. Alpha Optical now open at BurJuman. Offering frames, contact lenses, and sunglasses.

  5. You forgot to mention Dolce and Gabbana, Hermes, Dior, Prada, and Vertu.

  6. It’s not mentioned here but BurJuman also have a Saks Fifth Avenue, one of the most complete and beautiful stores to shop.

  7. The ambiance is good as are the coffee shops in the new Burjuman extension.

  8. Has a Louis Vuitton store as well

  9. This may sound a little strange but you may actually need to pack a coat if you intend to visit any of Dubai’s malls. The air conditioning makes them really, really cool!


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