Johor Premium Outlet (JPO) tour on foot

Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) Malaysia was officially opened on December 11th 2011 and this is the first ever proper Factory Outlet in Malaysia and Southeast Asia which is located at Kulaijaya in the Iskandar Malaysia zone. A dream come true for many Malaysians and Singaporeans, the JPO is strategically located for the convenience of both countries and also for those travelers passing through Malaysia. For Singaporean shoppers, the Johor Factory Outlet is located about half an hours drive from the Singapore Checkpoint or North South Highway while for those coming from Kuala Lumpur, it will be a 3-4 hour drive from the city.

Johor Premium Outlet (JPO) tour on foot

Johor Premium Outlets caters to many international brands like Coach, Versace, Armani, Salvatore Ferragamo, Adidas, Nike, Ralph Lauren, Timberland on sale from 25% to 70%, many foreigners and travelers would easily take advantage of our favorable exchange rate as after converting from the Ringgit to Singapore or US dollars, it is also much cheaper than many other places around the world. When fully ready by early 2012, there will be a total of 130 shops within an area of 16,258 square meters located at JPO making this one of the top factory outlets in Southeast Asia to visit. Be prepared to spend at least a minimum of half a day or a  full day here too.

How cheap is it at the Premium Outlets in Johor? A writer from Singapore Times quoted that prices were pretty decent comparing the items here and in Singapore. Zegna ties, which cost S$290 each at the boutique in Takashimaya, were about 55 per cent less at RM315 (S$130). High heels from Salvatore Ferragamo, which typically sell for S$790 here, cost RM1,040 (S$430) in the republic. Prices are definitely lower but American brands like Coach are much cheaper in the US, noted a shopper who spent around RM700 (S$289) on a pair of sunglasses, a watch and a handbag at the JPO.

How does the outlet stores work? JPO retailers sell leftover stock from past seasons while some items were exclusively made by the brands for their outlet stores. Store managers said that because theirs are outlet shops, some signature products are not available meaning the latest designs will not be available here. However, many shoppers are still hoping for the prices to go on more discounts in the near future.

Built at a cost of RM150 million (US$47 million), the Factory Outlet occupies a total area of 44 acres and is situated in the middle of an oil palm plantation. This project is under the Genting Simon group who is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Simon Genting Ltd, which in turn is a 50:50 joint venture between Genting Plantation's Azzon Ltd and Premium Outlets, the outlet division of Simon Property Group.

Inside one of the Nike Shoe Stores at JPO (Picture from

Designer and Branded Stores available at 
Johor Premium Outlets (JPO), Malaysia

Suite Store
902         Adidas
436         Armani Exchange
334         Armani Outlet
220         Brooks Brothers Factory Store
700         Burberry
328         Canali
434         CK Calvin Klein
508         Cotton On
432         DKNY
422         Esprit
516         Flow
416         G2000 Outlet
528         Gap Outlet
532         Guess
426         La Senza Lingerie
430         Lacoste Outlet
524         Levi's Outlet Store
1000 Nike Factory Store
100         Padini Outlet Store
212         Pink Jambu
604         Polo Ralph Lauren
418         Poney Outlet
404         Puma
518         Quiksilver
222         Raoul
414         Rip Curl
520         Roxy
330         Salvatore Ferragamo Company Store
234         Shanghai Tang
420         Timberland
216         Tommy Hilfiger
308         Universal Traveller
224         Versace
606         Zegna Outlet Store

Suite Store
512         Charles & Keith Reductions
400         Clarks
316         Geox
304         Pedro Outlet
402         Skechers
300         Vincci

Suite Store
412         City Chain
214         Evita Peroni
324         Swiss Watch Gallery
306         Tomei
320         Wear + When

Suite Store
312         Bonia 
408         Carlo Rino
228         Coach
230         Coach Men's
428         Fossil
232         Michael Kors
314         Oroton Factory
310         Samsonite Factory Outlet
322         Tumi

Suite Store
302         Cosmetics & Designer Fragrances
206         Fidani Chocolate
602         Maybank
318         Royal Selangor
522         The Body Shop Outlet
210         The Cosmetics Company Store

Suite Store
410         Akemi

Suite Store
1002 Absolute Thai
502         Baskin-Robbins
401         Crispy Crepe
204         George & Dragon Café
504         Kampachi Japanese Restaurant
200         Starbucks Coffee
500         The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

How to get to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)?

Driving by Car:
From Singapore - Woodlands
Singapore → Sultan Iskandar Ciq JB → Jalan Yahya Aldatar → Lebuhraya Tebrau → Lebuhraya Utara Selatan → Exit 253 → Exit 304 → Exit 302A → Johor Premium Outlets
From Singapore - Second Link Tuas
Singapore → Tuas → Lebuhraya Hubungan Kedua Malaysia Singapore → Exit 304 → Exit 302A → Johor Premium Outlets
(Exit Lima Kedai Toll and drive to the Senai Airport Exit E304. After 600 meters, you will see the Johor Premium Outlet on your left)
From Kuala Lumpur (KL)
Kuala Lumpur → Lebuhraya Utara Selatan → Lebuhraya Hubungan Kedua Malaysia Singapura → Exit 253 → Exit 304 → Exit 302A → Johor Premium Outlets
(Exit the interchange to Nusajaya/Pontian/Tanjung Pelepas/Tuas Exit253  or the 2nd link to Singapore. Take exit to Senai Airport/Ulu Tiram Route E304. After 600 meters, you will see the Johor Premium Outlets signboard on your left)

GPS Coordinates for Johor Premium Outlets (JPO): 1º 36’31” N 103º 37’59” E  

From Singapore by bus:
Bus No. CW1 Kranji MRT Station to JB Sentral
Bus No. CW2 Queen Street to JB Sentral
Bus No. CW3 Jurong East Bus & MRT Interchange to 2nd Link (JBCIQ)
Bus No. CW3 Jurong East Bus & MRT Interchange to 2nd Link (JBCIQ)
Bus No. CW4 Jurong East Bus & MRT Interchange to 2nd Link (JBCIQ)
Bus No. CW4S Jurong East Bus & MRT Interchange to 2nd Link (JBCIQ)
Bus No. CW5 Newton Circus to JB Sentral
Bus No. CW6 Boon Lay to 2nd Link (JBCIQ)

Shopping Hours are 7 days a week and from 10am to 10pm. 

Johor Premium Outlets Address 
Jalan Premium Outlets
Indahpura 81000 Kulaijaya
Johor Darul Takzim, Malaysia
Phone: (607) 663 1188
Fax: (607) 663 8811
Email: (Marketing Person)

For more information, you can visit the Johor Premium Outlets website. The brand is wholly owned by the Simon Property Group who operates many other outlets around the world. This is the first of the outlets to be opened in Malaysia and Southeast Asia making it the 70th outlet in the world. For those who have been dreaming of shopping at a Factory Outlet like the ones in the USA, you can now do so at the Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) in Malaysia.

JPO's future plans include the construction of a water park, convention centre and a 2,000-room hotel, all within the vicinity making this place one of the must visit places in Iskandar Johor. The theme park, Legoland Malaysia, is also around here and will blend in well with the overall Iskandar project.

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