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8330 Woodbine Ave.
Markham, ON L3R 2N8
Phone: (905) 477-6077
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Open year-round (including statutory holidays), Pacific Mall is North America's largest indoor Chinese shopping center, boasting 400 stores of merchandising goods. From automotive gears to video game consoles, Pacific Mall offers spacious walkways, ample parking (both outside and underground) and additional shopping complexes around the mall. But Pacific Mall offers more than a shopping experience. Situated on the second floor is Pacific Heritage Town, a proud homage to Asian culture. Adorned with original Asian artworks and a stage for live performances and special events, Pacific Mall and Pacific Heritage Town are also places to share and embrace the traditions of the thriving Asian community.
This beautiful mall called the Market Village is a Chinese shopping center. This mall features stores that cater to the requirements of the entire family; here you can also enjoy varied cuisines at the different dining establishments. For more details, check website.
Featuring variety of shops that cater to the needs of the entire family, the Hillcrest Mall is a great shopping center. For a complete list of stores, check website.
Situated along the Highway 7 East, the Markville Shopping Centre has multitude of shops. From Forever 21 to Toys "R" Us, this mall is certainly an one-stop shop. For a complete list of stores, check website.
The Centerpoint Mall in North York, is one of the largest in all of Toronto. Until a few years ago, a cinema which was very popular existed but unfortunately it gave way to make more space for retailers. As of now the mall is replete with jewelery and accessory stores, men and women fashion shops, restaurants, spas, florists, home decor shops, books, music, stationery shops and more. Check the website for fun events that are held often.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
There is nothing in the IKEA store that one wouldn’t love to take home. Get sucked into the beautiful world of bright prints, quirky furniture sets, fun bathroom accessories, ambient lighting fixtures and much much more. The IKEA store in the North York District of Toronto not only offers its customers countless products at unbelievable prices, but also has a restaurant and café for those who wish to grab a quick bite in between. Moms can now get their tiny tots along as there is a play area for children at the store. For those looking to gift someone, they have gift vouchers that make an excellent choice.
At Promenade, you can enjoy shopping at a leisurely pace and you are surely spoiled for choice. Featuring variety of stores, from ladies apparel to departmental stores, this mall has it all. For the complete store directory and list of services offered, please check the website.
Locals swear by the magnificent bookstore Chapters, located in Bayview Village. Part of the Indigo Books and Music, Chapters stocks mostly all popular book titles. You will find rare books that many might have forgotten and the famous ones too. Children's toys, gift items, music CDs , DVDs and more are up for grabs at this huge bookshop. Call ahead to know more.
Top-end custom bikes assembled to your specs is what Enduro Sport offers. And they mean it, putting together a bike with some of the best frames and components available. Frame lines include Cervelo, QR, Calfee and Kestrel with components by Kestrel and Quintana Roo, wheels by HED, Mavic and Torayca. The shop also carries Rip'n Hammer clothing, Tubbs snowshoes and Quintana Roo wetsuits;all for the serious athlete.
Home to the biggest names in the retail and entertainment industries such as The Bay, Walmart, Cineplex Entertainment, Sears Canada, Dollarama and Gap, Scarborough Town Centre is a major focal point for all the shoppers in the eastern part of Toronto. The impressive building was first constructed in 1973 and subsequently expanded to fit in more stores. Today, the mall comprises more than 200 retail stores and seven anchor stores. Thousands of people walk in everyday to shop on clothes, accessories, home decor, electronic gadgets, sports and many more products from leading brands. Apart from shopping, the mall also comprises restaurants, pubs, gaming zone, and a 12-screen multiplex where you can spend time with family or friends after the shopping spree. Open on all days of the week, a number of options for shopping, dining and entertainment are awaiting your visit at the Scarborough Town Centre.
Opened in 2004, Vaughan Mills is an enclosed shopping center with more than 200 retail shops of renowned brands as well as a number of options for dining and entertainment, under one roof. The mall comprises major retailers and stores like Bass Pro Shops, Winners, Toys "R" Us, Holt Renfrew, Home Outfitters and several others. From expensive clothes or accessories to advanced electronic products, Vaughan Mills caters to every visitors' needs. Apart from shopping, the mall also houses restaurants, bars and entertainment options that will make you want to come back for more. Visit their website for more information.