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11 DSF-dedicated information kiosks to guide shoppers

Official DSF guide to be distributed at the kiosks

  • Staff Report
  • Published: 18:08 January 5, 2013
  • Gulf News

Dubai: Eleven Information Kiosks have been set up all over the city to help residents and visitors navigate their way through the countless shopping, community events, and outdoor activities on offer for the 18th Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) this year. 

Dubai Events and Promotions Establishment, the festival organisers, said that the DSF-dedicated kiosks have been set up for the first time in DSF’s 18-year history due to the unprecedented scale of this year’s festival. The 32-day festival will run until February 3 with the slogan “Dubai at its Best.” 

“Just as Dubai is at its best during the DSF, we, too, always endeavour to give the best to our guests during this unique festival,” the festival organisers said in a statement. 

“With the biggest and best DSF being organised this year, we felt the need to introduce the information desks in order to take care of our guests better and guide them towards having an even more enjoyable experience,” the statement added. 

Nine outdoor information kiosks can be found in key DSF venues such as Al Riqqa Street, Al Seef Street, Jumeirah Beach Residence and Dubai Creek Park. Festival Promenade will have three information kiosks while Global Village will have two. Meanwhile, The Dubai Mall and Dubai Festival City Mall – two of the most important malls for the festival – will each host an indoor stall to entertain DSF-related queries from residents and visitors. 

The official DSF guide, which contains details about all festival events and promotions and their location maps, will be distributed at the kiosks.

Experience shopping and entertainment like no other in six main venues for this year’s DSF namely Dubai Festival City, Al Seef and Al Rigga Street, Dubai Creek Park, Heritage and Diving Village and Downtown Dubai. More than 7,000 retail shops are participating in this year’s festival.

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