Kenya is growing significantly businesswise, and retailers are increasingly seeking spaces. On the other hand, renowned investors are building show-stopping malls, meeting the ever-rising demand for business spaces. Shopping malls are the best in providing an all-under-one-roof service, and Kenyans appreciate it. Below are some of the best shopping malls you can visit in Kenya.

The Hub Karen 

This is a multiuse complex resting on 20 acres of land in the beautiful, leafy suburbs of Karen. If you’re looking for a joint where you’ll shop, engage in recreation activities, and get entertained all under one roof, the hub Karen is your place. The mall was launched on 4th February 2016 and now prides over 55,000 guests weekly. The mall is managed by Broll Property Group Kenya Ltd, one of the best property management companies in Kenya.

City Mall 

City Mall Mombasa is probably one of the best shopping malls featuring an entertainment joint, international fashion brands, and fast food joints. Although it’s not very big, it is appealing because of the modern, smart construction. If you walk into the mall with your family, rest assured you’ll get something for everyone, whether fashion, food, or entertainment. If you’ve never been there, make it a must-visit for awesome experiences.

The West End Shopping Mall, Kisumu 

The tastefully designed shopping mall lies right at the heart of Kisumu city. If you’re looking for an ideal place to spend your free days in Kisumu, you’ll find this mall at the corner of Got Huma and Achieng Oneko roads. It was the first mall to introduce Woolworths, Java House, and Tile and Carpet Centre in Kisumu. It’s a first-class mall connected to Acacia Premier Hotel.

Buffalo Mall

Buffalo mall is classic and one of its kind in Naivasha, located just next to the Nairobi-Nakuru highway. Therefore, it becomes a perfect spot for lakeside dwellers and people on transit. The mall occupies 45 acres of prime land in Naivasha. The restaurants and leisure facilities serve the high demand in the tourist-popular town.

Thika Road Mall 

Commonly known as TRM, the mall is a retail and leisure mall of its kind. It’s also one of the largest malls in East Africa, with over 100 outlets, each providing the best experience to their shoppers. The mall is secure to visit and very convenient to access. You will enjoy delicious meals from their high-end restaurants, not to mention the shopping experience at Carrefour Miniso, LC Waikiki, and Bata. You can also book conference halls for social events in your value mall.

Nyali Centre Mall

Rupa’s Mall 

This twin tower facility is the pride of Eldoret and the entire north rift region. Introducing popular international brands like City Walk, Woolworths, Chandarana Foodplus, and KFC has influenced the region’s economic growth. If you’re seeking to enjoy life in Eldoret, do not look for Rupa’s mall in the central business district. This lifestyle mall is strategically located away from the town’s noises.

Westside Mall

As the name suggests, the mall is on the west of Nakuru city, right opposite the KFA roundabout. It’s Nakuru’s largest mall, featuring KFC and Java house for foodies. You can also visit the mall for banking services, laboratory, chemist, salon, and Bata, among other facilities. You will find all you need at incredible prices, all at Westside mall.

Sarit Centre

Sarit is one of the oldest shopping malls in Kenya, having been launched in 1983. It stands out as one of the facilities where you can find all you need under one roof. The parking is readily available, so you don’t have to worry. Also, they have high-end surveillance systems that ensure maximal security for the shoppers and their vehicles.

Ananas Mall 

Ananas mall is located in Thika, offering high standards and an unmatched shopping experience to the people around. The mall comes with innovations that are propelling Thika town to new business levels. It’s family-friendly and has 350 secure parking lots.

Shopping malls are ideal because of their convenience. The above shopping malls provide the best shopping and recreational experiences. Consider visiting them when in the respective towns and cities.