Sunday, August 03, 2008

Select Citywalk Mall - Saket

Select Citywalk Mall - Saket

select citywalk city walk mall saket delhi india gurgaon shopping sale discount stores christmas festival carnivalOn the weekend, I thought I'd take a trip to Select City Walk Mall located at the Saket District Centre of South Delhi. Developed as a joint venture by the Select Group and the Aarone Group, this mall opened its doors to customers in October 2007. It is spread over an area of around 6 acres and consists of branded retail stores, restaurants, a multiplex cinema, serviced apartments, offices and an outdoor seating area with a dancing fountain. Parking is available for around 2,000 cars.

This medium sized three floor mall has around 125 retail stores featuring international brands such as Aldo, Pantaloons, Calvin Klein, Esprit, French Connection, Gant, Guess, Kipling, La Senza, Levi's, Mango, Next, Pepe Jeans, Replay, Tommy Hilfiger and United Colors of Benetton. My friend picked up a Converse T-shirt which was on sale at the Pantaloons Store. A pianist sits at a grand piano on the first floor of Select Citywalk Mall entertaining the posh crowd that frequents this place for shopping.

select citywalk city walk mall saket delhi india gurgaon shopping sale discount stores christmas festival carnivalThe Food Court called 'Food Talk' is based on the second floor. We had some snacks on the outdoor terrace that overlooks the plaza. Here, lots of people, even ladies, were sitting in cushioned areas, smoking. Feeling a bit odd, we went out as soon as a slight drizzle began. The mall also has other restaurants such as Pizza Hut and KFC's inside. For those looking for entertainment, Select Citiwalk Mall has a 1,235 seater, 6 screen PVR Premiere Multiplex that shows the latest movies. This multiplex includes two Gold Class theatres.

Outside the main entrance of Select Citywalk Mall is an amphitheatre type of sitting area with fountains. Named 'Sanskriti', this open air landscaped plaza can be used for cultural events, fairs, festivals, exhibitions and other events. We hung around here, chatting, watching folks playing about in the fountain till it got dark, before taking an auto back home.

Have you visited Select Citywalk Mall in Saket? How was the experience?


  1. hiyaaaaa i am manisha kumar from london....well this mall makez me crazyyyy when i went in india n i saw that mall ohhhhhhhh mannn cnt say anything jst like 4 few moments that was 4 me like i m in london......indiaz going really well
    keep it uppppp.....

  2. To the above comment. Maybe you should learn to spell in London and then come back to India. Once you leave the mall I guess you are not in London anymore.

  3. @above reply
    hahaha...the bitch really must have got fucked hard down there...

  4. How can any1 compare citywalk with London ?
    Have u Shopped At regent street , bond street ,
    house of Fraser And many more ?

    No doubts it's among the best in sdel but nothing
    here reminds me of London ...

  5. k so for all you dum bitches to all the above comments u shouldent be comparing any of the 2 with each other coz india is india and London is London kmt.... im from England been living there my hole life and i haven't seen anything that can be compared to india so why dont u all shut your bitch lips and think next time goshh

  6. Select Citywalk Food Court is the worst place we had experienced. The ambience, food taste and quality is completely pathetic. We had visited there with 3 families and kids and ordered food from mostly all the shops and spent around 3000 rupees. Everyone including kids have to left food as there was no taste, quality at all. None there to listen us and my humble submission to all think twice before we you buy food from Select City Walk Food Court.


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