Shopping In Johor Premium Outlet Malaysia. I am not a socialite who is crazy about shopping for branded goods like Celebrities who can buy bags at a price of tens of millions. But still, I have to know the current shopping places that must be visited while abroad, such as the Johor Premium Outlet. Yes, the Johor Premium Outlet located in Johor Bahru is a shopping place with brand goods ranging in price from hundreds of thousands to tens of millions.
There are 130 outlets with brands such as Aigner, Burberry, Canali, Coach, Ermenegildo Zegna, Furla, Guy Laroche, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren, Salvatore Ferragamo, Swatch, Tumi and several brands that are still in my pocket, namely The Body Shop, Guess , Vincci, Zara, Cotton On, or Rubi with almost 80% discount.
Johor Premium Outlet
Even though it is far from the hustle and bustle of the big city, the outlet is quite crowd with tourists. Tourists come in droves to get the brand goods they are after. The store is also very spacious, consisting of two floors that extend with an outdoor atmosphere and on either side of it is a shop displaying discount pictures.
Charles And Keith
Since I am a big fan of Charles and Keith, it was the first brand I looked for. Already circling upstairs and downstairs I still couldn’t find this brand from Singapore, finally because I was tired I asked about it at Customer Service and the result was that Charles and Keith had been closed for a long time at the Johor Premium Outlet.
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Vincci Malaysian Products
Okay, next I head to Vincci. At this Malaysian brand outlet, I wanted to see the beautiful bags, but unfortunately the items here only have accessories such as glasses, shoes, sandals, scarves and accessories, the prices are cheap, around under Rp. 100,000, – if converted. Maybe to look cheap, the Vincci bags usually cost Rp. 500.000, – intentionally not displayed at the Johor Premium Outlet.
I then entered the Guess booth. I immediately checked the price of the Guess bag in Indonesia, on average it is cheaper than in Indonesia. The difference is around Rp. 200,000, – up to Rp. 300.000, – The model is not the old model that is being discount, some are the newest model. Not only bags, but other trinkets such as accessories or clothes are also at a discount.
The weather in Johor Premium Outlet is very hot, similar to the heat of Surabaya, so sometimes I go from one counter to another, the goal is just to “ngadem” so as not to overheat. Meanwhile, another spot for Ngadem is the food court. I myself do not recommend this place to eat because it tastes standard lah. I bought Hainanse Chicken Rice for RM 10 it was so chaotic. It’s best if you stop by the food court just to buy a drink or dessert.
For about two hours, I explored the Johor Premium Outlet. In my opinion, this place is quite recommended to visit when in Johor Bahru because the price is cheap and the transportation access is easy. The only minus is not being allowed to take pictures inside the counter. So, schedule the Johor Premium Outlet when in Johor Bahru.