(Last Updated On: November 21, 2017)

Dolmen Malls, Pakistan’s first international standard mall, celebrated Universal Children’s Day with a weekend packed with fun and learning for kids and their families.

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Dolmen Celebrated Universal Children Day

From 17th to 20th November, the mall turned into a dream land for children with candies falling from the roof, gravity photo booth, a chocolate land and a Fairy Godmother granting wishes of little kids. Children came with their parents who enjoyed various discounts on children’s clothing and accessories, and visited the special Children’s Day Bazaar while the little ones played games, got their faces painted and were transported to their fantasy world during storytelling.

Dolmen’s own superheroes, the mall management, rescued flustered parents by taking their crying kids to Sindbad, the happiest place for children where they were hosted by Sindbad’s and left with a big smile on their face. During the four day event, children competed in quizzes, drew their imaginary world during arts and crafts, watched fancy balloon art and made their parents buy them their favorite books at various book stalls.

Dolmen Celebrated Universal Children Day

On this occasion, General Manager, Dolmen Mall, Naureen Khan said, “Dolmen Mall is the destination of choice in Pakistan for decades. It is not just a shopping and leisure spot, it is a place where multiple generations have grown. We see customers used to come here when they were kids to spend their weekends at Sindbad’s, shop and get excited to dine at the Food Court. Now the same come with their children and relive their children hood. Dolmen Mall takes pride in being an integral part of each household in Karachi, celebrating love and togetherness time and again.”

Dolmen Celebrated Universal Children Day
Dolmen Mall Clifton has revolutionised the retail landscape of Pakistan. Located at the waterfront, this mall integrates the best in food, fashion and leisure. It provides the Pakistani shopper exclusive access to some of the world’s most popular retail brands and eateries, attracting customers from all over the country to its doors. The Mall goes an extra mile when it comes to keeping its clientele happy. It offers clean and well-equipped restrooms, prayer areas and mother’s rooms on every floor, wheelchairs and wheelchair assistance for elderly people, dedicated women only parking, and cuddle carts for toddlers.