The Rundle Mall Adelaide
Sea of Shopping
A city is never complete without a shopping mall. Shopping Malls have become integral part of any city and most cities compete with each other on this front. One of the prime cities in the South of Australia, Adelaide is no exception to this. The city has many visitors yearly and has many attractions in and around it.
There are various types of accommodation options available throughout the city, however a growing number of people have opted for, serviced apartments Adelaide CBD. This is mainly due to the aspect of convenience. A pioneer in this regard is iStay Precinct offering some of the most picturesque views as well as different types of apartments to choose from, depending on the room requirements.
The number of customers arriving at the mall weekly is a staggering 400 000. Annual visits are at a 23 million visitors per year making it one of the most popular attractions in the South of Australia. The mall houses four of the top department stores, 15 arcades and centers around 700 retailers and well over a 300non retailers and offices. The mall also features a food court area that has around 3000 seating spaces offering food from a wide variety.
Before becoming a mall of such a scale the mall was an extension of the Rundle Street where many street side vendors ran their shops in the 19th century.
There are various interesting things in and around the mall such as the Rundle fountain, the ‘Girl on a slide’ sculpture, The Rundle fountain, Progress sculpture and many more. The initiative to build the fountain was made in the early 1970’s.
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