Abu Dhabi is the capital and the second most populous city in the United Arab Emirates and the largest of the UAE's seven member emirates. Abu Dhabi lies on a T-shaped island jutting into the Arabian Gulf from the central western coast. The city proper had a population of 1.5 million in 2014. Abu Dhabi's rapid development and urbanisation, coupled with the relatively high average income of its population, has transformed the city into a large and advanced metropolis. Today the city is the country's center of political and industrial activities, and a major cultural and commercial centre. Fortune magazine and CNN stated in 2007 that Abu Dhabi is the richest city in the world. Abu Dhabi has joined some of the most preferred locations for filming. Crew from Hollywood and Bollywood have made numerous trips down to the Capital in last couple of years. Bourne Legacy, The Kingdom, Syriana, and Furious 7, Star Wars are among the top movies that contain scenes shot in Abu Dhabi. Khalidiyah Mall is a shopping mall located in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, in the densely populated residential area of Al Khalidiyah. It houses 160 stores including Lulu hypermarket, and has an area of 86,000 sq m (about 800,000 square feet). The mall was opened in January 2007 and is run by EMKE Group. Royal Cinemas Khalidiyah Mall has launched in November 2009 with 9 screens dedicated to 3D movies and 2 screens dedicated to VIP viewings. It has a “Royal Class” for VVIP viewing and “Platinum Class” for VIP viewing. The Royal Cinemas Khalidiyah has an exclusive “Cine Royal Plus” equipped with “Dolby Atmos” sound system first kind of it in the Middle East. Royal Cinemas Khalidiyah Mall comprising of 1692 seats, Catering the prestigious neighborhood s of Khalidiyah and Bateen..
Mussafah is an industrial town to the southwest of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. It is one of the most important economic areas of the United Arab Emirates and has been designated a special economic zone, with numerous factories and port. Dalma Mall is a neighbouring mall in Musaffah, Abu Dhabi it is biggest shopping mall in the capital city of UAE. Moments away from Maqta Bridge and Abu Dhabi International Airport, this mall is a good shopping and entertainment destination, with stores offering the latest fashion brands and entertainment facilities for all ages. Royal Cinemas Dalma Mall has launched in June2011, catering to the developing communities of ICAD,MBZ City, Khalifa City, Raha development. A total of 14 screen and 2130 seats making it the biggest Cineplex in Abu Dhabi out of which 2 Royal Class for VVIP viewing and one platinum for VIP viewing. There is an exclusive “CINE ROYAL PLUS” equipped with “Dolby Atmos” sound system and there are 6 screen dedicated to 3D viewing.
Al Ruwais is a town located some 240 kilometers west of Abu Dhabi city in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi Emirate. The Ruwais industrial and housing complex has been developed by ADNOC as a major contributor to the national economy and represents a series of multi-million-dollar investments by the company. Ruwais Mall is a built-up area of 31,254 square meters, the Ruwais Shopping Mall is considered to be the biggest shopping mall in Gharbia comprising of 32 retail outlets spread over two floors. The mall will serve residents of the Ruwais Residential Complex (RRC), operated by Adnoc, and the population in the Ruwais area. In addition to serving the residents of Ruwais, the mall also serves commuters using the freeway that connects the UAE with Saudi Arabia and Qatar, in addition to the nuclear plant in Al Baraka and its surrounding areas. Royal Cinemas Ruwais Mall with 4 screens theatre successfully opened to the public for the first time last January 2014 and celebrated with granting residents free access to all shows. The cinema space which can seat up to 414 can also cater to customers with special needs and was fully packed throughout the launch day with residents of all ages enjoying family time out.
Al Bahia also known as New Bahia or Lower Bahia , is officially part of the Shahama area along the junction between the E10 and E11 highways . About 10 minutes by car from Abu Dhabi International Airport, this community is accessible from the bridge of Exit 39. It is scenic, quiet and well spaced out, with clusters of shops, elegant mosques and a coastal strip boasting expansive mangrove plantations. Its long streets of Government funded villas are broken up by wide sandy areas and patches of greenery. Deerfields Mall is the flagship project of venture capital firm Mubarak and Brothers Investments ( MBI ) , a company specialising in retail , real estate , industrial services and financial investments that are in line with the vision of Abu Dhabi 2030 and the wider vision of the United Arab Emirates . Deerfields Mall caters to the community and neighbouring emirates , while complementing the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council ’ s revitalization master plan for the emirate ’ s Shahama and Bahia areas . Covering 80,000 square meters of prime Gross Leasable Area (GLA), Deerfields Mall is located in Al Bahia, at the entrance of Abu Dhabi, off the Dubai-Abu Dhabi Highway (E11) and a few minutes from Abu Dhabi Airport, Khalifa City, Al Raha Beach, the Hydra Village and Al Reef residential areas. It offers easy access and visibility to 400,000 passing vehicles per week. Royal Cinemas Deerfields Mall with 14 screens out of which 3 “Royal Class” for VVIP viewing, with four 3D screens and the main attraction is the state of the art family-friendly KIDS cinema.