Midtown Shopping Mall, Ortakent

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  • Was hoping for some local brands Turkey being one of the main global textile manufacturers. The mall has very few shops most of basic category. Not worth the time spent on getting there as it is quite...  more »
  • Could be better if there was more brands and also more Turk brands. I found many brands there but not enough of turk brands. For example turkey is famous about jean at clothes, but i couldn't find wha...  more »
  • Nor usually keen on going to shopping malls but I have to admit this was quite a pleasant experience. It's very laid out with a large variety of outlets as well as fast food cafes but also a couple of...  more »
  • Large shopping mall with plenty of options. Suitable in cold and hot weather. Playground for children is available. Lots of options in food court.
  • This is the best shopping mall on the Bodrum peninsula during the colder months as the majority of the shops, restaurants and other facilities are indoors. Only the DIY shop Banio, sports shop Decathlon and a few more clothes shops are outside on the other side of the small top level car park. The eateries are all located together on the top floor and provide a good range of fast foods. There are a few restaurants at the other end of the mall with better menus if you want say Chinese or Mexican food. The cinema is modern and shows normal and 3D films. Mutliplex with a dozen salons. But be careful if you are not a Turkish speaker to make sure the film you are going to watch supports your language. Normally the earlier showings are in English for most mainstream western films with the exception of cartoons which are always dubbed into Turkish. Good range of clothes shops which cater for a range of purses from cheap to expensive luxury brands. There are two shops which sell electronic goods but do not expect the latest gadgets and hardware as they are usually 6 to 12 months behind what might be current in the US or Europe.
  • When the weather is hot .. its good to spend few hours here
  • Nice place but most shops are very often out of stocks and sizes. Inside the mall is free classical music played live. If you google it, you can find information on the shops and activities at this place.
  • Well worth a visit or two or three. Great shops, play centre for the kids. Plenty of options for eating. Large centre with plenty of choice.