10 đường phố mua sắm đắt đỏ nhất

Dưới đây là 10 con phố mua sắm đắt đỏ nhất hành tinh:

1. Đại lộ số 5, New York

Giá thuê cửa hàng: 2.250 USD/foot vuông/năm (1 foot = 0,3048 mét)

2. Đường Causeway Bay, Hồng Kông

Giá thuê cửa hàng: 1.943 USD

3. Đường Trung tâm, Hồng Kông

Giá thuê cửa hàng: 1.619 USD

4. Đường Tsim Sha Tsui, Hồng Kông

Giá thuê cửa hàng: 1.377 USD

5. Đường số 57 đông, New York

Giá thuê cửa hàng: 1.200 USD

6. Đường Ginza, Tokyo

Giá thuê cửa hàng: 1.042 USD

7. Đường Pitt, Sydney

Giá thuê cửa hàng: 995 USD

8. Đại lộ Des Champs Elysées, Paris

Giá thuê cửa hàng: 992 USD

9. Đường Omotesando, Tokyo

Giá thuê cửa hàng: 960 USD

10. Đường New Bond, London
Giá thuê cửa hàng: 930 USD

10 đường phố mua sắm tấp nập nhất TG:

1. Đại lộ số 5, New York

5th Avenue, New York

5TH AVENUE, NEW YORK

2. Đường Bond, London

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3. Đường Montaigne, Parishttp://marquetteturner.com/files/2011/03/Avenue-Montaigne-Paris.jpeg

4. Đường BAHNHOFSTRASSE, Zurichhttp://members.fortunecity.com/giesa/bahnhofstrasse.gif

5. Đường MONTENAPOLEONE, Milanhttp://image.shutterstock.com/display_pic_with_logo/208627/208627,1275251452,4/stock-photo-milan-april-people-in-monte-napoleone-street-during-fuorisalone-international-furnishing-54193588.jpghttp://luisfran.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/montenapoleone-3.jpg?w=497

6. Đường RODEO DRIVE, Beverly Hills (L.A.)Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles

RODEO DRIVE, LOS ANGELES

7. Đường GINZA, TOKYOhttp://foodsaketokyo.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/ginza.jpg

8. Đường STRØGET, Copenhagenhttp://www.cooltownstudios.com/images/copenhagen-stroget-square.jpg

9. Đường CALLE SERRANO, MadridCalle Serrano, Madrid

CALLE SERRANO, MADRID

10. Đường P.C. HOOFTSTRAAT, AmsterdamPC Hoofstraat, Amsterdam

PC HOOFSTRAAT, AMSTERDAM

10 đường phố mua sắm tấp nập nhất TQ:

1. Đường Vương Phủ Tĩnh (Wangfujing Street), Bắc Kinh:http://www.beijing-tours.cn/wp-content/gallery/old-beijing-street/old-beijing-street.jpg

2. Đường Chunxi, Chengdu, Tứ Xuyênhttp://www.china-housewife.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/chengdu-chunxi.jpg

3. Đường đi bộ Shangxiajiu, Quảng Châuhttp://www.chinatourguide.com/china_photos/Guangzhou/shopping/shangxiajiu.jpg

4. Đường BARKHOR, LHASA, TÂY TẠNGhttp://landsofwisdom.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/lhasa-barkhor-circuit.jpg

5. Đường Trung Tâm, Harbin, Hắc Long Giang

6. Đường Bắc Kinh Lộ, Quảng Châu:http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/01/56/e3/eb/shopping-street-in-guangzhou.jpg

7. Đường Tianhe(Tee Mall), Quảng Châu:http://www.lifeofguangzhou.com/node_10/node_35/node_152/node_153/img/2006/07/07/11522624231115_1.jpg
8. Đường Nam Kinh Lộ, Thượng Hảihttp://www.virtourist.com/asia/china/shanghai/imatges/41.jpg
9. Đường Zhongguancun, Bắc Kinh, TQ

10. Đường Tsim Sha Tsui, Hồng Kônghttp://bestvacationdealstoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Tsim-Sha-Tsui-Hong-Kong.jpg
Dưới đây là những con phố bán hàng xa xỉ đắt nhất châu Âu tính bởi giá cho thuê mỗi foot vuông (1 foot = 0,3048 m).
10. Kaufingerstrasse, Munich (Đức)

Giá thuê trung bình: 518,86 USD/foot vuông
9. Graben, Kohlmarkt, Kartner Strasse, Vienna (Áo)

Giá thuê trung bình: 550,31 USD/foot vuông

8. Tverskaya Street, Moscow (Nga)

Giá thuê trung bình: 688,87 USD/foot vuông

7. Via Condotti, Rome (Italy)

Giá thuê trung bình: 707,54 USD/foot vuông

6. Rue du Rhone, Geneva (Thụy Sỹ)

Giá thuê trung bình: 756,24 USD/foot vuông

5. Oxford Street, London (Anh)

Giá thuê trung bình: 761,46 USD/foot vuông

4. Via Monte Napoleone, Milan (Italy)

Giá thuê trung bình: 943,39 USD/foot vuông

3. Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich (Thụy Sỹ)

Giá thuê trung bình: 955,38 USD/foot vuông

2. Old Bond Street, London (Anh)
Giá thuê trung bình: 961,85 USD/foot vuông
1. Avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris (Pháp)
Giá thuê trung bình: 1.310,26 USD/foot vuông.
biggest-mall_10.jpgDưới đây là những khu mua sắm(shopping mall) lớn nhất TG:
10. South China Mall
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9. Golden Resources Shopping Mall - Fourth Ring Road, Beijing, China.

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8. Central World - Bangkok, Thái Lan.

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7. The SM Mall of Asia (MOA), Philippines.

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6. Dream Mall, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

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5. West Edmonton Mall - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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4. Cevahir Shopping Centre - Istanbul, Turkey.

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3. SM City North EDSA

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2. SM Megamall

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1. Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur Shopping Mall

Shopping Mall Year
Opened
GLA
Square feet
(Square meters)

Total Area Square feet
(Square meters)
Stores Comments
South China Mall Dongguan, China
2005
7.1-million
(660,000)
9.6-million
(892,000)
1,500
The world's largest shopping mall in early 2006 arrayed six separate themed areas. Apparently, most of the retail spaces are vacant, but the amusement area attracts visitors.
Jin Yuan
(Golden Resources Shopping Mall)
Beijing, China
2004
6.0-million
(560,000)
7.3-million
(680,000)
1,000+ Also known as the "Great Mall of China," this mega-mall has 6 floors and is located near the Fourth Ring Road, west of Beijing. Recent visitors report that the mall is largely unoccupied.
SM Mall of Asia
Pasay City, Philippines
2006
4.2-million
(386,000)*


The largest mall in the Philippines is four buildings connected by walkways. It features several cinemas and movie theaters, an ice skating rink, and Science Discovery Center.
Dubai Mall
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
2008
3.8-million
(350,000)
5.9-million
(550,000)
1,200
Part of a much larger upscale entertainment and lifestyle center featuring KidZania, a 22-screen Cineplex, 5-star hotel, walk-through aquarium, indoor theme park, ice skating rink, and food court.
West Edmonton Mall
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
1981 3.8-million
(350,000)
5.3-million
(490,000)
800 Largest shopping mall in North America; includes indoor wave pool, amusement areas, hotel, restaurants; 20,000 parking spaces.
Cevahir Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey
2005
3.8-million
(348,000)
4.5-million
(420,000)
280
Apparently the largest shopping mall in Europe; has six floors, cinemas, roller coaster, and theater.
SM City North Edsa
Quezon City, Philippines
1985
3.6-million
(332,000)*

900
Has five floors, 12 digital movies theaters, and a 200-shop Cyberzone; an IMAX theater planned to open in early 2009.
SM Megamall
Mandaluyong City
Philippines

1991
3.6-million
(332,000)*

600
Has a bowling center, ice skating rink, 12 movie theaters, and convention halls. One source credits the mall with 200 restaurants.
Berjaya Times Square
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2005
3.4-million
(320,000)
7.5-million
(700,000)
1,000+
Includes 45 restaurants, a theme park, and 3D Digi IMAX theater.
Beijing Mall
Beijing, China
2005
3.4-million
(320,000)
4.7-million
(440,000)
600 Has 4 levels of shopping with interior residences; located near Fifth Ring Road, southeast of Beijing.
Zhengjia Plaza
(Grandview Mall)
Guangzhou, China
2005
3.0-million
(280,000)
4.5-million
(420,000)

Enclosed in a complex that includes a 48-story hotel and 30-story office building.
SM City Cebu
Cebu City, Philippines
1991
2.9-million
(267,000)


Four -level shopping complex near the port area with food court, eight cinemas, and amusement center. Further expansion planned in 2011
Mall of America
Bloomington, Minnesota,
USA
1992 2.8-million
(260,000)

4.2-million
(390,000)
520
Largest shopping mall in the United States (by total area); includes a theme park, entertainment district on the 4th floor, and aquarium. .
South Coast Plaza
Costa Mesa, California, USA
1967
2.7-million
(250,000)

280 Anchored by Sears, Macy's, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Bloomingdale's department stores.
Millcreek Mall
Erie, Pennsylvania, USA
1975
2.6-million
(242,000)

142
Anchored by Sears, JC Penny, Macy's and Bon Ton.
Central Commercial Santafe
Bogota, Columbia
2006
2.7-million
(250,000)

485
Enclosed mall on three floors has six themed plazas; largest in Columbia.
Central World Plaza
Bangkok, Thailand
2006
2.6-million
(244,000)

500+
21-screen cinemas, bowling lanes, and restaurants; also a convention center (not included in the GLA).
Aricanduva Mall
Sao Paulo, Brazil
1991
2.6-million
(242,000)
3.7-million
(342,000)

535
Largest mall in Brazil; part of a complex of 3 shopping malls with a total area of 11.8-million sq ft.
Chia Tai Square
Shanghai, Jiangsu, China
2005
2.6-million
(240,000)


News releases in late 2005 touted it as "Asia's biggest shopping mall," but several other Asian malls appear to be considerably larger.
Siam Paragon
Bangkok, Thailand
2005
2.5-million
(230,000)
4.1-million
(380,000)

Features the Paragon Department Store, many upscale shops and a gourmet market, as well as a 15-screen cinema, aquariaum, art gallery, concert hall, and bowling alleys.
Del Amo Fashion Center
Los Angeles, California, USA
1975
2.5-million (230,000)

300
Del Amo straddles several blocks in the city of Torrence, part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

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