A hallmark of the Eurasia shopping centre is its international diversity and availability of goods from around the world. In fact, the centre was named Eurasia from a combination of Europe and Asia because Kazakhstan helps bridge those worlds.
Here you’ll find not only the staples of everyday life, but also high-end items. Shoppers will find furs from Greece, China and the United Arab Emerites and jewelry from Turkey, Russia and Ukraine. Eurasia also has a diverse selection of food items.
Though Eurasia is a regular stop for Astana residents, it also offers a souvenir shop called Shefer and a national clothing store called Kovolek of interest to visitors. In both, tourists can sample Kazakh culture and find items that will help them remember their time in Kazakhstan.
In 2005, the shopping centre added 14,000 square metres to its existing 19,000 square metres of shopping.