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World Trade Park, Jaipur Overview

World Trade Park is a famous shopping, recreational and entertainment hub in Jaipur. It is owned by Yatharth Varshney and was opened to the public in 2012, after two years of construction. The park occupies over 52 acres of land and required an amount of over 3.5 billion rupees for its establishment. It has two separate blocks on either side of a major street in Jaipur. These blocks are connected by a bridge that can be used by the customers to explore the entire mall which houses over 500 stores, a food court, cinema screens and other recreational zones. The 11 storey tall buildings adorn a blue and silver colour scheme externally and are lit every evening for the guests.

The first and foremost thing that attracts people to the World Trade Park in Jaipur is shopping. With over 500 stores, the mall has a variety of western and ethnic clothing stores for men, women and children. There are also a number of accessory stores, footwear shops, bags, luggage, watches, Jewellery brands, sportswear, handicraft shops, gift shops, beauty, skin care and cosmetic stores. Those looking to buy home décor also have enough options to buy their furniture and other home décor items. The electronics and gadget stores are also a crowd puller because they always have the latest technology for their customers.

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Streets at World Trade Park Jaipur

Another interesting aspect about World Trade Park is that the mall is categorised into different sections called streets. These streets are inspired by some shopping streets in the world and designed to provide a luxurious and exciting experience to the customers. The streets are called Ethnic Street, Oxford Street, Johri Bazaar, Roman Street, Pyramid Street, Mexican Street, Kid’s Street, Dubai Bazaar, Electronic Zone, Fantasy Street and Food Street. Each street is decorated with artefacts that suit the theme. Relevant branded shops line the courtyards where customers make their purchases as they enjoy the ambience.

Food Court

Food is an important reason why most customers visit World Trade Park often. The mall has a food court where a variety of local and international food chains can be found. The multi-cuisine Food Court is also known as Food Street and consists of Indian and International food brands. Some of these are Moti Mahal, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Pizza Hut, Ice Cream & Waffle, Kathi Junction, Coffee Café Day, The Rajasthani, Cookie Man, Chatkara Puchka, Fat Lulu’s, Gelato, Havmor, Inchin, the Chocolate Room, Vango, Vegetarian by Choice, Yo China etc. Here, visitors can find a range of cuisine coming from most parts of the world.

Entertainment Options

Visitors looking to entertain themselves can head to the resto-bar, the discotheque, the play zone called Entertainment City (for children), or watch the latest movie at Cinepolis VIP. Cinepolis in World Trade Park, Jaipur is the country’s biggest and the first international multiplex. There are four screens where customers can watch their movies and enjoy high-quality services amidst luxurious facilities. The mall also has a Beauty Salon where customers can pamper themselves in between shopping.

How To Reach World Trade Park Jaipur

World Trade Park is located on JLN Road, about 8 kilometres south of the city centre. Within city limits, public transport can be taken according to the budget and preference. Rental or OLA cabs are much recommended for long distance commutation. But, if travellers are around JLN Road, they can take an auto rickshaw, a tuk-tuk or a bus ride till the mall.

From the city centre, one needs to take the route that goes via 22 Godam Kartarpura Road – Adarsh Bazaar Road – Phatak Road – Bajaj Nagar Road – Himmat Nagar Road/ NH 21 – JLN Road. The Mall is about 1.6 kilometres ahead.

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