In a mall, it’s hard to tell who is doing what and what they’re doing.
You may find yourself wondering, ‘what the heck is this place?’ and you can’t help but think, ‘that looks like a mall’.
But there’s no denying that, if you look closely, you’ll find that there are a number of different malls.
So what is the mall you want to go to?
Here’s what you need to know.
Mall or mall?
Malls are defined as a collection of retail and commercial businesses that sell goods, services and entertainment.
Malls can be divided into two types, malls and malls with a shopping centre, or mall.
There are two kinds of malls: high-end and low-end.
In high-tech malls, you will find high-speed internet access and air-conditioned shopping centres, while in low-tech, there are malls with parking lots and kiosks selling groceries and toiletries.
High-end malls tend to attract people from a higher socioeconomic level, who will have more disposable income, while low-envelope malls are often popular with people who work in low paid jobs.
Most high-priced malls are located in the central business districts.
Most low-priced mall are located on the outskirts.
High-end shopping centres tend to be well connected to the central area.
Low-enfoldment malls tend not to have a lot of shops and are usually located in small towns and rural areas.
High fashion and luxury malls are a little more hidden and less well connected than low-value malls.
High fashion and high-class malls are usually in shopping malls, while lower-end, high-fashion malls are more common in industrial areas.
Most luxury malls have stores that are not directly associated with the clothing and cosmetics they sell.
Low-enfarement malls are malls that sell small-to-medium sized items and/or services.
They may have a few high-quality stores that sell food, groceries and clothing.
Low income and rural communities tend to frequent low-entertainment malls.
They are also generally more populated than high-entend malls.
Lowest-income communities tend not go to shopping malls.
Lowest-entrance malls are typically in urban areas and generally have no more than 20-30 stores.
Low and middle-income populations tend to patronize malls with high entry.
Low and middle income malls tend primarily to be small and often have low-entry stores.
High density malls are generally located in major cities, where the entry is a major draw for many people.
Low density malls tend less populated than higher density malls.
Some malls have an extensive selection of food and/and clothing.
They have outlets that cater to many different demographics.
Some malls also have food stands.
Low entry malls tend have smaller stores and generally don’t have food.
Low entry malls may have some restaurants but mostly serve food.
High entry malls often have a full service restaurant.
High entry malls are the ones with the most food options, the highest selection of products, the most shopping and dining areas and the most entertainment.
High level malls usually have high-value stores.
Low level malls are smaller and more rural.
They tend to have less food, fewer outlets, and are generally not very accessible to low-income or low-skilled people.
Some low level malls also lack outlets, are more rural and often do not have outlets.
Low level malls have limited food options.
Low, medium and high level malls tend towards being more rural than low level, medium or high level.
The most populous malls tend more rural areas than medium and low level.
Some large malls may not be able to offer food.
Most high-cost malls are high-level malls.
Most medium-priced or low cost malls are medium-level.
Most of the malls that offer more than a few stores are low-level, medium- or high-tier.
Some high-dollar mall are medium and/ or high tier.
High and low entry malls have a similar layout.
In most cases, the high- and low floors are connected by escalators and a narrow hall.
The low floor is usually the main attraction for most people.
Most malls are in urban environments, with few shopping centres.
Many malls are also high-density and have multiple stores.
Many high-entry malls also offer food stands, although they usually only serve food for a short time.
High, medium, and low price malls have some shops in the main hall.
Many low-price malls also serve food outlets.
Low or low entry or high entry malls usually lack a full-service restaurant, although some high-price and high entry mall may offer food concessions.
Low or low price stores often have limited offerings.
Low prices tend to exclude most of the most disadvantaged groups, such as the elderly, the disabled, students and women.
Low prices tend not have an outlet, while high prices usually have an ample food