Lucky One Mall

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Lucky one Mall
Lucky One Mall Lighning.jpg
General information
TypeShopping mall
LocationUBL Sports Complex، Rashid Minhas Road، Karachi
Construction started2010
Cost11 billion (US$78 million)
Technical details
Floor count10
Floor area340,000 m2 (3,659,700 sq ft)
Design and construction
ArchitectArcop (Pvt.) Ltd.
DeveloperLucky Group
Structural engineerMushtaq & Bilal Consulting Engineers
Eleken Associates
Y.H. Associates[1]

Lucky One Mall is a shopping mall located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan which is owned by Yunus Brothers Group.This is not only the largest mall in Pakistan but also the largest mall of South Asia.The mall is built on an area of 3.4 million square feet. The mall is home to over 200 stores and different services with a large indoor parking space for 1200 cars.

It also includes brand outlets, food court, atrium, a ramp for fashion shows, and area for musical concerts. LuckyOne mall is also the only mall in Pakistan that has an in mall open air food street. The mall has a combination of national and international clothing and food brands. To name a few Levis, Charles and Keith, Miniso, Latt Liv, Splash, Dunkin Donuts, Pizza Hut, KFC, Mc Donalds and Burger King are international brands operating in LuckyOne mall currently.

Lucky One Mall has the indoor theme park i, known as Onederland and consists of two levels. It has over 200 attractions which include many fun games and activities for all age groups from young kids to adults.

The mall recorded over 100,000 visitors on its opening day. It has conducted different launches for the biggest fashion brands in Pakistan and aims to revolutionize the shopping experience in Pakistan. The outdoor food street has many fine dining restaurants. It also includes Carrefour, a large renowned hyper market offering a large variety of different grocery, household & electronic items.[2][3]

See also[edit]

New South China Mall – Dongguan – China is the biggest Mall in Asia Area – 7,100,000 square feet: Mr. Yawar Ishtiaq IMS-GIS-NCBS reference ""


  1. ^ "Lucky One, Karachi". Archived from the original on 2016-06-21.
  2. ^ "LUCKY ONE MALL - 3D-ILLUMINATION | PROJECTION MAPPING IN PAKISTAN". 2017-05-01. Retrieved 2017-05-25.
  3. ^ "Mall tourism set to take Karachi by storm".