Orlando is home to some of the finest shopping venues in Florida.  Here are Orlando's major malls and links to their websites:

The Mall at Millenia (Upscale shops as well as traditional mall shops, A Must-See!)

The Florida Mall (BIGGEST Mall, Another Must See!)

Festival Bay Mall at International Drive top end of International-Drive .

Orlando Premium Outlets  Vineland Avenue bottom end of International Drive, keep going past Sea World. This is an outlet mall where huge discounts can be had. It has many unusual and exclusive outlets, including the only Baccarat/ Lalique outlet in the world. 

The mall that was formerly the Belz Mall at the  top end of International Drive is now another Orlando Premium Outlets. Another huge outlet mall that has recently been renovated and expanded. This mall has some great stores too! The Movado outlet has Ebel, Lacoste and Juicy Couture watches at amazing prices. At Nautica, the staff is trained to help you "style" your look... there's so much more!

Lake Buena Vista Factory Outlet Stores www.lbvfs.com Another outlet mall with a free mall shuttle to and from area hotels and resorts. This is the home of the great Vanity Fair outlet, source of many well- known brands including Lee and Jansport among others. It is far less crowded than the other malls, so head there if you don't like busy malls. You can also use the www.offairportcheckin.com service and drop your luggage and get your boarding pass for your international or domestic flight (next to Old Navy) if you are departing from Orlando International Airport.

Pointe Orlando on International Drive  Shopping, dining and entertainment. 

Orlando Fashion Square Mall (Mostly Locals/Near Downtown)

There are two major malls close to the tourist areas. The Mall at Millenia is an upscale mall, with Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales, Cartier, and restaurants such as PF Changs and the Cheesecake Factory.  Mall at Millenia is located at the Conroy Road exit of I-4. Florida Mall is one of the largest malls in the state, anchored by Macys, Dillards, JC Penney, Sears with a large selection of specialty stores. 

Florida Mall is located at the intersection of Sand Lake Road and the Orange Blossom Trail, halfway between the Orlando International Airport and International Drive. Florida mall is a vast mall and is aesthetically inferior to the Mall at Millenia.

Home to only Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom stores in Orlando.

Check out the websites for directions, special events, opening hours and store listings.

Do not forget to allow for sales tax in addition to the price on the ticket. (6%)

Some malls will allow you to sign up for even greater savings, e.g if you register with the Premium Outlets website you can easily print off a coupon which when presented at the Information Desk in the Food Court, will entitle you to a book of coupons allowing even more savings!

Many of the tourist maps and booklets also feature such vouchers.

In Macy's, foreign visitors will be able to register for a 11% discount card, just go to customer services with id such as a passport or driver's licence.

Make sure you bring a credit card and a couple of empty suitcases!