Johor Premium Outlets (Part 2 of 2)

By then I was quite fatigued and ready to head back. But we looked around a bit more since we’re not likely to come back here again. Here’s a directory of all the stores in case there is something that appeals to you.

I was impressed by the sunny flowy yellow dress at CK. But all I could think was, how do you wear this without tripping? And to what would you wear this to, if you’re not a celeb?

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At the Body Shop.

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Pretty White Blouse at Levis.

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Then we headed back.

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Again I marveled at the scenary.

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Can you imagine living out here? So much space.

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And we’re back at the Malaysian checkpoint.

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It was worthwhile to pay the toll for no jams at all.

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I couldn’t quite capture the sea, but it was pretty. Reaching Singapore now.

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Thought these trees on the Singapore highway were interesting.

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Back from the beautiful land of plantations to our tiny Garden City.

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You can read part 1 of the Johor Premium Outlet visit here.

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10 Responses to Johor Premium Outlets (Part 2 of 2)

  1. Flora says:

    There is an outlet mall by my Mom’s house in California that is run by the same company that runs the Johor Premium Outlets. Their sales are often really good; I used to go a few times a year and buy mostly clothes.

    Can’t wait to shop at a real sale when I get back to the US.

    • bookjunkie says:

      That’s so cool Flora. Yeah the sales in Asia never feel like real sales. Also not really into designer stuff. I felt like I was in shopper’s paradise in the US 🙂 Good quality classic clothes that were at half the price I what I would pay back home.

      Although the trip made me want to come again but time time head somewhere nice and rustic…not a mall. Perhaps Malacca. Nostalgic about the road trips we took here during my childhood, all the way to Penang, stopping along the way.

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  3. Tom says:

    Hi all,

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  4. gerald says:

    Hi there,

    Nice blog and review. Pics awesome too. Where is a la

    coste factory Outlet in Singapore?
    Also, how’s the price like for, say, men’s polo tee .?
    Thanks

    • bookjunkie says:

      I saw one at Changi City Point (did a post on that too and it’s at Expo MRT in the East of Singapore). And the last time I was there I think it was way too expensive. A T shirt was like S$40. Not sure about the polos. Glad you liked the blog Gerald 🙂 I have to confess I don’t like shopping though. Just blog about places I happen to visit with my close ones.

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  6. Dan says:

    Very nice posts you have on the premium outlets. Very informative. Thanks a lot.

    Just wondering, what are the directions to drive back to Singapore from the outlets via 2nd link? Can’t seem to find any info with regards to driving back.

    Thanks in advance.

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