Enjoy a shopping experience in Astana with all the senses

Khan Shatyr
The Khan Shatyr has a unique design in the neofuturist style, like a giant glowing tent created to manage the extreme temperature range of the Central Asian steppe. This space is full of shopping and entertainment venues, with everything from a boating river to a mini-golf course. Designed by British architect Norman Foster, this is the 150 meters highest tent structure in the world. During the day, it is entirely flooded with sunlight; while at night, the Khan Shatyr is a site to see, lit up by bright lights that change colors.
Working hours: Open daily, 10:00–23:00
Address: Astana, 37 Turan Avenue

Mega Silk Way
Don’t miss a chance to visit Kazakhstan’s largest shopping centre Mega Silk Way in the Central Asia region and gateway development to the EXPO 2017 site. Prepare to do a lot of walking because Mega Silk Way contains the country’s most extensive range of shopping and entertainment facilities, the scheme includes restaurants, a food court, a 10-screen cinema (including an IMAX screen) and many other leisure offers.
Working hours: Open daily, 10:00–22:00
Address: Astana, 62 Kabanbai Batyr Avenue

The Keruen centre applies for a rank the most fabulous and luxury shopping mall in Astana. It is located in the very heart of the city. Keruen caters to all age groups. Ladies will enjoy a large number of clothing stores, magnificent jewelry and perfumery salons. An incredibly beautiful square with benches and fountains is equipped in front of the complex.
Working hours: Open daily, 10:00–24:00
Address: Astana, 9 Dostyk Street

Keruen city
Keruen City is one of the first shopping malls in Astana and is still quite popular. As part of a promotion, the mall received about 100,000 birthday wishes on stickers on the anniversary of its establishment. Keruen City is shaped like a glass doughnut with a dome in the center instead of a hole. As with most malls in Astana, Keruen City is family-oriented and has movie theaters, a food court and restaurants.
Working hours: Open daily, 10:00–24:00
Address: Astana, 1 Kurgaldzhinskoe Highway
Saryarka shopping centre is located on the same street as Keruen City and Khan Shatyr, barely a five-minute walk from each. But Saryarka is not losing its popularity, as well because is a good choice for anyone looking for a quieter experience, and its size is significantly more manageable. Two dozen or so clothes shops of mostly western origin are nicely spaced out over two floors, as well as a couple of good home décor shops and a gift shop opposite the atrium café selling Kazakh souvenirs. The café in the atrium is worth a stop, too, for a taste of local tea and hospitality.
Working hours: Open daily, 10:00–22:00
Address: Astana, 24 Turan Avenue

Asia Park trading and entertainment complex remains a favourite shopping destination for many. In addition to dozens of clothing and footwear stores, it has an excellent food supermarket and a popular children's goods store Golden Key. This shopping complex is also attractive with its large choice of perfume shops and a beautiful restaurant with a panoramic view of the city.
Working hours: Open daily, 10:00–22:00
Address: Astana, 21 Kabanbay Batyr Avenue