5 . Seoul – 24 Hour Shopping
Shop till you drop has a new meaning in Seoul. The city enjoys night shopping in the Dongdaemun area where art and fashion are intertwined. There are More than 10 shopping malls with over 5,000 shops open in the evening until late, in the morning hours for SHOPPERS to indulge. At 2am the alleys are still packed with Koreans of all ages fulfilling their shopping desires .From clothing to accessories everything can be found in this shopper's paradise.
Apart from being able to shop all day long, Seoul is unbeatable for good value. Prices are reasonably lowe for the latest fashion trends What you will find in the high streets stores in town can be found in Dongdaemun at a lower price. So I suggest you look for the clothing that you like from the nicer, calmer and more stylish shops in town and then hunt the pieces down in Dongdaemun for that soul soothing discount. Totally worth the endless walking through the maze-like aisles when you snatch your lovely top 50% off the first price you saw.
4 . Milan
Milan is home to some of the Biggest names in Fashion such as Dolce &Gabanna , Prada and Versace. One of the most beautiful and expensive shopping experiences can be found at Quadrilatero della Moda or Quadrilatero d'Oro ('rectangle of GOLD'), which many fashion insiders consider is the world's most important fashion district.
The pedestrian streets are lined with jewellery stores , boutiques and lifestyle show rooms. You are sure to see shopping everywhere you go in Milan
3. Dubai – United Arab Emirates
The Dubai Mall is the worlds largest mall including Theme Parks , an Olympic Sized Ice-Rink , Aquarium , indoor Souk , a water fall – Dancing Fountains and Malls within a Mall.
If that isn't enough to max out your Credit Card there is also the Mall of the Emirates , with the first indoor ski resort in the Middle East.
Vienna has one of the earliest closing hours out of all Cities. Alittle bit of a buzz kill right ? I think not because it has some of the best values in Europe.At the centuries-old Naschmarkt, SHOPPERS can eat their way along 1.5 kilometers of 120 food vendors flogging local eats from kaiserschmarrn (dessert pancakes) and crepe-like palatschinke to exotic cheeses and seafood.
The ultimate Tokyo shopping experience is the department store. Walk into one and you'll be met like a royal. Global chain Isetan has its mammoth flagship store in Shinjuku, eight separate buildings stretched along two blocks. Isetan has English, Chinese and Korean-speaking staff and a personalized interpretation service, as well as shopping consultants who will advise you on everything from shoes to fish. It is Also the worlds Fourth- cheapest Shopping Destinations.
This information extract from : http://edition.cnn.com/2013/11/18/travel/worlds-best-shopping-cities/