Brands outlet location in kl: Brands Outlet – Bukit Bintang

Branded Outlet – Pavilion KL, Kuala Lumpur Traveller Reviews

If you enjoy all the deisgner brands, this is the place to go. However, bear in mind the prices are more expenisve than what you can get in Singapore. Most of the designer labels are also under CLUB 21, the same as in Singapore. We are not sure why the prices are higher? Even with a 50 percent discount, it is same as what you can get in Singapore if not higher than in Singapore after you convert. So we were a little disappointed.

We went last week and there was no sale.;(

There was some Racing Car promotional event at the atrium.
The mall carries most of the well known brands like Marc Jacobs, DKNY, Coach etc.
There is also a Parkson inside. The Parkson is also expensive when we convert the items into Singapore dollars. So we do not find it of good value. We look at moschino products and even with a 40 percent discount, it is still more expensive than sales in Singapore.
We just manage to walk and window shop.
There is a food court we believe is opened or co-shared by the Singapore Food Court people.

As much as this was a shopping trip, we went home disappointed as there were nothing worth buying designerwise.;(

We hope the shops can have more discount in the future. Otherwise KL may not be attarctive.

Foodwise, we felt it was good even at the street vendor level. We went to a night food street…forget the name but was close by to the mall, maybe 10 to 15 minutes walk only.
Just 8 minutes from our hotel at jalan Bintang.

The food street is crowded. There is a stall opposite from a 168 store and it has yellow table cloth..we had dinner here and it was delicious. We ordered stingray, malaysian hokkien noodles, sweet and sour chicken, asparagus with sambal belachan….yummy! With beverage it costs $80 ringgit for 2 pax. So it was reasonable.

Besides this mall there area many other malls so if you stay around here, you will not regret!

Happy Shopping!

Factory Outlet Malls Worth Travelling to in Malaysia

Malaysia is simply a shopper’s paradise. Just ask any Malaysian or discerning and well-informed Singaporean or Indonesian. Local and regional shoppers flock to popular shopping malls like City Square and KSL City to amass their shopping loot. Great sales and massive discounts are the buzzwords when it comes to shopping in Malaysian Factory Outlet Malls.

But did you know you can upsize your savings when shopping in Malaysia if you visit and purchase from factory outlet malls in Malaysia? You don’t have to trawl the Malaysian streets end to end to get the cheapest bargains anymore! Here’s a mini guide to three of the best factory outlet malls to patronise in sunny, tropical Malaysia.

GM Klang Wholesale City Complex

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Touted as the most comprehensive one-stop wholesale city in Southeast Asia, GM Klang Wholesale City Complex is located in Klang, Selangor, one of the most developed and populous states in Malaysia.

GM Klang commenced for business in 2009 and is the largest wholesale business complex in Malaysia. With over 1000 factory outlets and wholesale stores within the complex, it boasts a huge repertoire of goods and services that cater to shoppers from all walks of life. The products offer include fashion apparels, sports equipment, textiles, stationery, toys, technological gadgets, accessories, home furnishings, wedding decorations, groceries and many more. The mall is also equipped with amenities like WIFI (so you’ll always stay connected, even without data), beauty salons (for those who want to spruce yourself up), and spacious parking spaces (for all you drivers out there).

What’s more, the 10-storey GM Klang is situated near key highways, seaports and airports so there are multiple modes of transport to get there. It is also conveniently divided into three blocks, A, B and C according to product and service category to facilitate shoppers locating and buying their coveted goods. And the best part is, GM Klang sells most of their goods and services at wholesale prices! Top tip: the more you buy, the cheaper per unit of the product, so you save more.

Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)

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Conveniently and strategically located in Iskandar, Johor, where the major tourist attraction, Legoland Malaysia, can also be found, Johor Premium Outlet (JPO) is the first formal factory outlet per se to be established in Malaysia. The state of Johor’s prime location between regional neighbours Singapore and Indonesia makes it a tourist shopping hotspot and attracts an average volume of about 4 million native and foreign shoppers yearly looking to steal some great deals!

Besides its ideal location, the key factor as to why JPO has shoppers flocking to it is the array of designer and high-street fashion goods sold there at super attractive prices. So if you are budget-conscious yet love to pamper yourself with designer labels and even luxury goods, JPO is the place for you to shop without feeling the guilt from overspending. Boutiques selling the latest and authentic Coach, Burberries, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Versace and Armani Exchange goods at prices as much as 50% below retail prices are found here.

For sports fans, you can also get your hands on a variety of sports equipment and gear from renowned international brands like Adidas, Nike and Puma. There are even chic yet affordable apparel brands here in JPO including Levis, Top Shop, Cotton On and ELLE for the trendsetting teenagers and youths and several kid-friendly stores selling toys, clothes and accessories for your toddlers and school-going children at really enticing prices.

Freeport A’Famosa Outlet

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Want to enjoy a scenic view while shopping for the best bargains? You can if you visit Freeport A’Famosa Outlet in Alor Gajah, Malacca. The outlet adopts an open-air concept with a picturesque and nostalgic backdrop of a lake, fountains, windmill, carousel and architecture that reflects Malacca’s Dutch heritage.

Be enthralled by the rustic charm of its idyllic and nature-themed settings, particularly in the evenings when the fountain lights are switched on to create a warm, cosy ambience that is certainly Instagram-worthy enough to be captured with your camera phones! As for your shopping experiences, there are over 70 mid-price ranged brands and a galore of different goods to gawk at and choose from including Esprit, Carlo Rino, Ripcurl and Samsonite at you guess it again, irresistibly good prices.

Getting to Freeport A’Famosa Outlet is also a breeze with the bus services offered by bus operator Transnasional whether you are coming from Malacca, Kuala Lumpur or even Singapore. Freeport A’Famosa Outlet’s official website is also constantly updated to notify shoppers of the latest promotions in selected outlets. So be sure to check it out before heading your way to secure great bargains!

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Genting Highlands Premium Outlet

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One of the latest, Genting Highlands Premium Outlet by Simon. This is the chain of factory outlets that have been dominating “factory outlet shopping” all over the world. This outlet flaunts a total of 150 stores, housing countless international brands for everyone in the family.

What distinguishes this outlet from the rest is its amazing mountain top scenery and of course it’s cooling temperature amidst Asia’s scorching sun.

To enjoy this wholesome shopping experience, take a car or bus up to Genting Highlands from Kuala Lumpur for only less than an hour.

If you’re already in Resorts World Genting, take a Skyway from Skyway Avenue for only RM 8 per person. Enjoy this breathtaking view before you indulge yourself in all that shopping.

There are also all-year round discounts in all four bustling factory mall outlets so do keep a lookout on their respective official websites. What’s even better, there are plenty of international fast food chains, posh restaurants and homegrown eateries to choose from once you decide to break for lunch or dinner before you resume your second and even third rounds of shopping trip.

So now that you know where to head to for your next holiday’s shopping adventures in Malaysia, gather your shopping kakis and get ready for some really satisfying retail therapy!

*Keep a lookout for Traveloka coupons!

*Featured Image Credit: Roderick Eime | Flickr

Read More: Langkawi Shopping: A Shopaholic’s Guide

Updated: 7 May 2019

5 Places To Shop For Luxury Brands At Huge Discounts In Malaysia

1. Freeport A’Famosa Outlet

With over 70 brands offering up to 80% discount, and interesting architecture reflecting Melaka’s Dutch heritage – there’s even a windmill – this outlet mall is a popular weekend spot among not only shoppers but families with young ones as well. While mummy shops, daddy can bring the kids for complimentary tricycle rides, have a spin on the carousel, and relax by the fountains or the lake.

Shopping-wise, A’Famosa focuses more on street brands that are easy on most budgets, so you’re bound to find some serious bargains. Register your details on their website to receive exclusive deals and discounts, besides being the first to be notified of their monthly specials. Free bus shuttle is available from several locations in Melaka, including Jonker Street.

Highlights Take home a Malaysian designer piece at a steal at Melinda Looi’s store. The award-winning designer is loved for her richly-textured, chic-with-an-edge creations that range from bridal to couture and ready-to-wear.


2. Design Village Penang

It’s position as a food mecca has long been cemented and now Penang is joining the ranks of shopping haven with the opening of its first outlet mall – and the biggest one in Malaysia. If you’re driving to or from Penang, this is an ideal first or last stop as it’s located just minutes from the North-South Expressway and Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge (Penang Second Bridge). Otherwise, a free shuttle will conveniently get you there from three locations within George Town.

Highlights Canadian shoe and accessory brand has their very first outlet store in Malaysia here, while Adidas has its biggest outlet store to cater to sports and fitness buffs. We’ll aim straight for the Stella McCartner x Adidas rack, thank you.


3. Melium Outlet

From Aigner to Zegna, the Melium Group owns a stellar list of luxury labels in Malaysia, with boutiques located at leading malls. For off-season buys, head to their outlet store where you’ll find more than 1,00 brands of genuine designer offerings of ready-to-wear and accessories. The location is quite out of the way, however, and can only be reached by car or taxi but if you’re a true fan of the brands (see their website for listing), it could be worth a drive.

Highlights Besides apparel and accessories, there is also a leather store featuring over 20 fashion labels – the likes of Emilio Pucci, Max Mara, and Stuart Weitzman – with selections for men and women.


4. Mitsui Outlet Park

This first South East Asian venture by Japanese outlet giant Mitsui opened in mid-2015 and has been gaining steady traction among not only local shoppers, but travellers too as it’s very conveniently located near the KL International Airport (KLIA). Given its origins, it houses several Japanese restaurants and a specialty store, Japan Avenue, which brings in unique gift ideas from Japan.

There’s a good mix of luxury labels, mid-range brands, street fashion and sportswear, with a smattering of home and lifestyle goods. Popular stops include Nike, where there’s almost always a line waiting to get in; Ralph Lauren, one of the biggest stores here that has something for everyone, including children; Le Creuset, where you can cart home cast iron cookware at half the price or packaged into value-for-money sets; Adidas, for a wide range of collections and often runs additional promotions.

Highlights Commute easily between the airport and the Park using their free shuttle service. The Park also provides a flight check-in centre and free baggage storage so that you can shop right before you fly – or make this your first stop upon landing! Tourists can sign up for the free Privilege Pass (just present your passport at the Information Counter) to enjoy extra discounts.


5. Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)

JPO was the first outlet mall to open in Malaysia, in the southern state of Johor and easily accessible from Singapore too. There are over 130 stores hosting a variety of luxury and popular fashion and accessories brands, with prices slashed up to 65% off regular retail.

Highlights JPO offers group tours too and if you’re a party of 15 or more, you will also receive their Savings Passport.


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6 Outlet Stores In JB For Cheap Clothes, Shoes, and Bags

Outlet stores in Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Image adapted from: Sport Planet Off Season Sale, Sport Planet Off Season Sale

Johor Bahru remains a hot weekend destination for us Singaporeans, and for good reason – retail prices are so much lower there than here. Dig a little deeper, though, and you’ll find outlet stores where you can get your stuff for even cheaper. 

These shops sell their off-season clothes, shoes, and bags at heavily-discounted prices, and with a bunch of these littered around JB, even the most broke amongst us will be able to find new items to spice up our wardrobes with. 

1. al-iKhsaN Factory Outlet Taman Universiti – sports shoes and soccer jerseys


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al-iKhsaN’s known for its sneakers from brands like Adidas and Puma at the lowest prices. For example, an adidas Cloudfoam Racer TR can go for as low as RM209 (~S$69)! On top of that, you’ll also find authentic football jerseys, which are a hit amongst EPL-loving Singaporeans.

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You can find their regular stores in malls such as AEON Tebrau City and AEON Bukit Indah, but for even cheaper deals, head a little further up North. You’ll be able to find their factory outlet nestled in the midst of Taman Universiti. If you’re itching to replace your worn-out running shoes without breaking your bank account, that’s where you should look.

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Find a full list of their outlets here.

Address: 80-01, Jalan Pendidikan 4, Taman Universiti, 81300 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia
Opening hours: 10AM-10PM
Telephone: +60 13-743 7328

2. Luxury Galeries – high-end bags and wallets at 70% off

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Think luxury bags, and brands like Gucci and Chanel will probably come to mind. At Luxury Galeries, these bags are sold for at least 10% to 70% off the actual retail prices in Malaysia. All items are assessed for authenticity and examined for defects before being put up for sale. Rest assured, all the products you see are 100% authentic. 

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You’ll also be able to find items such as wallets and wristlets here. It’s located along a row of shophouses in Jalan Molek, which you’ll be able to reach after a 20-minute drive from customs. 

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Address: No. 19-01, Jalan Molek 1/5c, Taman Molek, 81100 Johor Bahru
Opening hours: Weekdays 11AM-6PM, weekends 1PM-7PM
Telephone: +60 19-790 6554

3. Brands Outlet – clothes for as low as $5

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For more pieces to spruce up your OOTDs with, Brands Outlet is one outlet store to turn to. Tops can go for as low as RM15 (~S$5), so even the most penny-pinching shoppers will be able to find themselves a whole new outfit without forking out too much.

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Stores can be found scattered throughout various malls across JB, so it’ll be pretty easy to find one even if you’re planning to just stick to the main ones such as Paradigm Mall, AEON Tebrau City and AEON Bukit Indah.

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Find their full list of outlets here.

4. Sport Planet Warehouse Outlet – trendy kicks and sports gear

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This one’s for the sneakerheads – Sport Planet Warehouse Outlet features rows upon rows of sneakers for your choosing. And we don’t mean the brand-less sort either – sneakers like the Adidas Original Women Superstar are on sale for as low as RM129 ($42)!

Adidas sneakers for just RM20!
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It’s not just about the kicks, though. Sports apparel and training gear like badminton rackets can also be found here. It’ll take about 30 minutes by car to reach here from the checkpoint, but it’ll be worth it for the hordes of discounts.

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Address: Today’s Mall, Jalan Kota Tinggi, Batu 13 3/4, Ulu Tiram, 81800 Johor Bahru, Johor
Opening hours: 10AM-9PM

5. Johor Premium Outlets – multiple luxury brands in one space

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We won’t be able to talk about outlet stores without mentioning Johor Premium Outlets, a.k.a. the ultimate outlet mall in JB. It’s a haven for a whole load of luxury brands such as Coach, Michael Kors, and Versace, with items going for up to 70% off during sales.

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It’s found further up in Skudai, which is a 30-minute drive from customs. The best thing is, all the shops are housed within a single complex that also contains food outlets, so if your pursuit for affordable items leaves you feeling peckish, you can always stop for a break before resuming your quest.

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Address: Jalan Premium Outlets Indahpura, 81000 Kulai, Johor, Malaysia
Opening hours: 10AM-10PM
Telephone: +60 7-661 8888

6. Factory Outlet Store (F.O.S.) – wardrobe staples

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You might remember Factory Outlet Store (F.O.S.) existing in Singapore a few years back, with many constantly flocking to their stores in Anchorpoint and IMM for cheap clothes. Items range from wardrobe staples like basic tees, jeans and socks for both kids adults, as well as graphic tees, patterned smart-casual shirts, and slogan tote bags.

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Although no longer around on our shores, they still have multiple outlets in JB in major malls such as Johor Bahru City Square, KSL City, and Paradigm Mall – all of which are easily accessible.

Tote bags for RM19 – less than S$6.50 each
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Find their full list of outlets here.

Fashion outlet malls in Johor Bahru

Buying yourselves a whole load of clothes doesn’t have to be painful if you look in the right places, where the outlet stores are. Juice up your car and get Google Maps ready – your next JB shopping trip is going to be a whole lot more affordable.

Outlet Location | nose International

ZEN Department Store

4 4/5 Ratchadamri Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan,
Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Bangkok,
Zip Code: 10330, TH

Phone: 03 – 2300 2891

Central Department Store

1027 Phloen Chit Rd, Khwaeng Lumphini, Khet Pathum Wan,
Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Bangkok,
Zip Code: 10330, TH

Central Plaza Chaengwattana

99/9 Moo 2, Chaeng Watthana Rd.,
Bang Talat, Nonthaburi,
Zip Code: 11120, TH

Phone: +66 2101 0000

Central Plaza Ladprao

1693 Phahonyothin Rd, Khwaeng Chatuchak, Khet Chatuchak,
Khet Chatuchak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon,
Zip Code: 10900, TH

Phone: +662 793 6000

Central Plaza Pinklao

7222 Borommaratchachonnani Rd, Khwaeng Arun Amarin,
Khet Bangkok Noi, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon,
Zip Code: 10700, TH

Phone: +662 877 5000

Central Rama 3

79/3 Ratchadaphisek Rd, Khwaeng Chong Nonsi,
Khet Yan Nawa, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon,
Zip Code: 10120, TH

Phone: +662 673 5555

Central Plaza Bangna

585 ถนนบางนา-ตราด Khwaeng Bang Na,
Khet Bang Na, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon,
Zip Code: 10260, TH

Phone: +662 725 5000

Silom Complex

191 Si Lom, Khwaeng Silom,
Khet Bang Rak, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon,
Zip Code: 10500, TH

Phone: +662 632 1199

Central Chidlom

1027 Phloen Chit Road, Lumphini,
Pathum Wan, Bangkok,
Zip Code: 10330, TH

Phone: 02 793 7777

Zen Central World

Pathum Wan,
Pathum Wan District, Bangkok,
Zip Code: 10330, TH

Phone: +666 5520 2391

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Factory Outlets in Malaysia – Travel Food Lifestyle Blog

Over the years, numerous Factory Outlets in Malaysia have opened and this has become some sort of trend for bulk shopping for Malaysians and also tourists visiting.

Malaysians have always traveled overseas to shop and in the last five years or so, international brands have made their way into Malaysia offering choices of cheap factory outlet shopping here.

Factory Outlets in Malaysia

These factory outlets in Malaysia are located in different states and some of them require some traveling to get to them.

However, with the Malaysian economy going strong for certain sectors, this has invited others to consider opening in Malaysia as the country is trying to brand itself as a shopping hub. 

I would also like to remind you not be confused with some local Malaysian brands as the companies have named themselves as factory outlets like Factory Outlet Store (FOS) which is on a very small scale and more to retail as you can find them in just about any of the shopping malls in Malaysia.

In the consumer’s mind, a factory outlet is a specialized place where reputable well-known brands can retail their past season’s collection at a special discounted price.

Below is a list of the Factory Outlets found around Malaysia

Johor Premium Outlets, the first Premium Outlet in Malaysia (Image from Gaya Travel)

1. Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)

The first proper factory outlet to enter Malaysia is the Johor Premium Outlets or JPO as most locals call it.

Their strategy was to open in the state of Johor which neighbors Singapore and in the up and coming development of the Iskandar Region.

The Johor Premium Outlets opened in December 2011 and has catered to most Malaysians and Southeast Asians. 

In terms of volume, JPO sees an average of 4 million visitors yearly which include locals and tourists and brands you can find here range from most international and local names.

The beauty of JPO is that it is located in Iskandar nearby Legoland Malaysia and some other smaller theme parks and attractions.

As the first factory outlet in Malaysia, and under Simon Genting group, they have made a name for themselves catering to many tourists visiting Malaysia. 


One of the outlet stores at Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA

2. Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang

The second-largest factory outlet to open in Malaysia is the over-anticipated Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA (MOP) which opened in May 2015.

This was the talk of the town back then as many consumers in the Klang Valley were excited as it would only take one hour to drive to this new Japanese named factory outlet on the way to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport or KLIA.

The MOP also serves as a shopping stop for travelers who are transiting at KLIA or KLIA2 and also for those travelers leaving Malaysia, have one last shopping stop before they reach the airport. 

Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA offers shoppers a total of 128 shopping outlets occupying a massive area of 25,000 square meters, while the location of this outlet is perfect as it is strategically located just 6 km from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and the new KLIA2.

One of the highlights here is Japan Avenue, which is a place that exhibits and promotes authentic Japanese products, technology, cuisine, service, and entertainment.

All items are imported directly from Japan and are branded as a space to experience Japanese culture.

By 2021, Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang will be the largest outlet mall in Southeast Asia where a total of 190 shops will be available after the expansion, which is supposedly completed by 2018. 


Freeport A’Famosa Outlet Village in Melaka (Image Source: Azyyati Liah)

3. Freeport A’Famosa Outlet Melaka

This is the latest factory outlet to open in Malaysia where this London based company has joined venture with the A’Famosa group to bring this factory outlet to Melaka.

Opened in November 2015, Freeport AFamosa Outlet plans to hit a target of 2.5 million visitors by the first year. This is also the first phase of the factory outlet where the architecture of the outlet is themed on Malacca’s Dutch heritage.

Walking around here, you will see a series of open-air plazas and features a windmill, fountains, gardens and a beautiful carousel.

This factory outlet in Melaka also takes up around 180,000 square feet and houses around 70 tenants which include known brands like Clarks, Nike, Esprit, Puma, Geox, G2000, Cotton On, Carlo Rino, Forever 21, Samsonite, Saccor, Folli Follie, Camel and many more including kids stores, food and perfumes. 

Phase 2 of Freeport AFamosa Outlet is scheduled to open in 2018 where another 40 retail stores being added, bringing the total to 110 outlets here.

This place is also located about two hours drive from Kuala Lumpur in the A’Famosa Resort on route to Melaka, Johor, and Singapore.


Design Village in Penang, the first factory outlet in Penang. (Image Source: Design Village Facebook Page)

4. Design Village Penang
Update 23rd Nov – Design Village Penang is opened on 23rd November and is the latest factory outlet mall in Penang.

Design Village also brands itself as the biggest outlet mall in Malaysia which is located only 5 minutes from the Penang Second Bridge near Batu Kawan.

This outlet mall is also the first of its kind in the northern region of Malaysia, catering to locals and tourists.

Artist Impression of Penang’s Design Village.
(Image source: Design Village Facebook Page)

Design Village will feature luxury fashion labels, premium, and high street brands, kids, sports and outdoor selections, F&B outlets, cafés, and specialty lifestyle stores. In total, there are 150 stores planned in an area of 400,000 square feet.

The landscape will be themed as a tropical garden setting to suite the Malaysian climate and the single-story semi-open-air mall will feature cool weather-sheltered walkways for visitors.

Malaysia’s biggest Adidas outlet will open here while the first outlet stores for Aldo and Bata will also be one of the tenants. Other branded retailers include Banana Republic, Guess, Padini Concept Store, Sacoor Brothers, Samsonite, and Starbucks.

For travelers, there is the Travel For All Outlet store and for leather lovers, the first Leather Made Outlet store will also be opened here. Design Village Outlet Mall will provide daily shuttle services to and from hotels and the airport.

Design Village Outlet Mall is also developed by PE Land, which also owns and runs The Spring Shopping Mall in Kuching, Sarawak and operates under a mixed-use site that will include a hotel and also high-end condominiums.


Genting Premium Outlets, artist impression (Image source: Resorts World Genting)

5. Genting Premium Outlets (GPO)

The latest factory outlet in Malaysia to open in 2017 is no other than the much talked about Genting Premium Outlets (GPO) which is also part of Resorts World plan to make Genting Highlands the entertainment and shopping hub of central Malaysia.

This will complement the also soon to open 20th Century Fox World Theme Park Genting which is the first in the world too.

The Genting Premium Outlet is located in Awana, which is the lower section of Genting Highlands and will be supported by several hotels and a new cable car system. 

Genting Premium Outlets is sized at 600,000 square feet in gross area and also houses 150 local and international designer names that will be tenants, making this one of the top premium factory outlets to date.

Brands include Michael Kors, Aigner, Salvatore Ferragamo, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Burberry, Canali, Coach, Ermenegildo Zegna, Furla, Guy Laroche, Polo Ralph Lauren and many more therefore you know you will be getting some of the best brand names here.

The GPO will also be known as Southeast Asia’s first hilltop premium outlet alongside with the 20th Century Fox World Genting theme park. To get here, it is only an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur city. 

With all the factory outlets being already opened, there are a couple more in the pipeline which is also scheduled to open in the next few years which include;

Kuala Lumpur International Outlet (KLIO) at Cyberjaya, (Artist impression by Horizon Group)

6. Horizon Village Outlets (HVO)

Another massive factory outlet in Malaysia that is set to make headlines is the Kuala Lumpur International Outlet or KLIO which was originally planned in 2014 and was scheduled to open in 2016 or 2017.

But to date, after we checked online, there has been no news or information that has surfaced on this massive branded factory outlet project. It was stated in a press release a couple of years ago that the construction would begin in September 2014, with the grand opening slated for 1 July 2016.
Update April 2017: Horizon Village Outlets will open in 2018.

Kuala Lumpur International Outlet Horizon Village Outlets Sepang is a joint venture with Horizon Group Properties and Mainstay Holdings Sdn Bhd, a local property and construction firm with plans to build a 400,000 square foot factory outlet in the Cyberjaya district of Selangor.

One of their brandings is that a large portion of KLIO will be focused entirely on luxury brands. A total of 140 stores are also planned for KLIO catering to luxury or near-luxury brands selling all kinds of merchandise in a luxurious European style setting. 

KLIO HVO will have six entrances from the car park including the drop-off area and all the outlets will be located one level above.

Retailers include popular names like Coach, Nike, and Polo – while other brands like Hugo Boss and Burberry offer previous season’s collections at discounted prices.

The entire project is designed by an international team of architects from Ross Adams USA who worked on Horizon’s stable of outlets in the United States.

To date, no added information is available therefore, we are just including this as a reference for the future if their project is still on.


Sunway Ipoh Premium Outlets. (Artist impression by Sunway Group)

7. Sunway Ipoh Premium Outlets / Lost World Shopping Mall

Another much-awaited factory outlet in Ipoh is being planned but there is some confusion over what it will be called.

To date, there are two names, one is Sunway Ipoh Premium Outlets and the other is Lost World Shopping Mall.

This RM300 million project is spread over 35 acres of land near the Lost World of Tambun, Ipoh’s popular water park and will adapt the same concept as Sunway Resort City in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

This massive project will also feature popular luxury outlets like Michael Kors, Coach and Kate Spade in a 600,000 square feet area.

Also branded as an integrated city, Sunway Ipoh Premium Outlets or Lost World Shopping Mall will also have a hotel, theme park and shopping mall there. Plans also include 8 premium outlets which are 10,000-20,000 square feet each.

To date, there has been no official announcement on when the Ipoh factory outlet will open, but a recent report in the local newspapers mentioned that the Lost World Shopping Mall will most likely open between 2017 and 2019.

The Two Rawang Outlet Mall. (Artist impression by DA Land)

8. The Two Shopping Outlet Mall Rawang

A mega massive project called The Two Outlet Mall in Rawang, Selangor is also taking shape and this will be one of the largest projects to date.

This integrated lifestyle concept features a shopping mall with a focus on entertainment, dining and shopping through integrated developments such as an outlet mall and indoor and outdoor theme parks.

The Two Rawang will also be built on a massive 24-hectare piece of land which is slated as ambitious but interesting with a target of attracting local and international tourists who travel along the north-south expressway.

The main attraction here besides the factory outlet will be the largest indoor theme park in Southeast Asia which is also designed by the Sanderson Group.

The Two Shopping Outlet Mall is being built and operated by DA Land and will comprise of a RM 5 billion theme park, wholesale city, and outlet mall will be the only integrated lifestyle project in Selangor catering to locals and tourists.

The project was also officiated and launched by the Malaysian Tourism Minister. Overall, if the project moves smoothly, we could see The Two Rawang opening in 2018 or 2019.


Oriental Village in Langkawi was the first factory outlet concept which did not do well but is still there today.

First Factory Outlet in Malaysia

For the record, the first factory outlet in Malaysia was actually in Langkawi, back in early 2000 when the Oriental Village was opened to cater to the huge tourist influx of Langkawi back then.

However, the factory outlet business model did not do well and eventually was forced to change its concept to just another place having some stores selling local handicrafts, clothes and so on.

If you are heading to the Langkawi Cable Car or Langkawi Skybridge, the Oriental Village will be the first thing you see. 

There is hope for tourism numbers to increase in Malaysia as the Ministry of Tourism has indicated that they are indeed working extra hard to bring in more tourists over the years and China being one of the main targets.

However, with a population of only 30 million in Malaysia, many a concerned about the oversupply of shopping malls and factory outlets in Malaysia where it may not be a novelty anymore, especially with the growth of online shopping.


To find out more about shopping places in Malaysia, read this article on shopping malls in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur which highlights the best places to shop in KL.

But for the shopaholic or tourist, a visit to Malaysia will definitely make you visit at least one of these factory outlets in Malaysia, mainly to see what kind of offers there are, especially with the currency conversions so have a great shopping time here.

90,000 Shopping Tour • Flonnecia ⇄ Barberino Designer Outlet • Outlet • Discounts up to 70%

Shopping tour from Florence to Barberino Designer Outlet

Dear tourists, we invite you to visit one of the most popular outlets in Tuscany Valdichiana Outlet Village, located 30 km from Florence. This is a beautiful shopping center, built in the form of a town with its streets and squares, along which there are houses and villas in the Renaissance style, in which boutiques are located.Outlet Barberino presents boutiques of world famous brands, where you can buy not only premium class items, but also items at more democratic prices, with a discount of 30% or more. This outlet is in great demand among the local population. The Barberino Designer Outlet has about 120 stores.

Brands presented in the Barberino Designer Outlet:

Alcott, Arfango, Baldinini, Bear Store, Belstaff, Bialetti industrie, Blumarine, Boggi Milano, Borbonese, Bormioli Rocco, Bose, Bottegaverde, Brics, Brooksfield, Brunomagli, Calvin Klein Collection, Calvin Kleinwear Jeans, Calvin Kleinzed Inissonia Caractere, Carlo Pignatelli, Class Roberto Cavalli, Coccinelle, Corso Roma, Dolce & Gabbana, David Mayer Naman, Desigual, Diesel, Diffusione Tessile, Docksteps, Douglas, Elena Miro, Eredi Pisan, Fornarina, Frette, From by Vestebene, Gas , Geox, Giunti al Punto, Golden Lady Store, Guess, Guess Accessories, Guess Kids, Guru, Harmont Blaine, Home Cook, Il Lanificio, Jeckerson, John Ashfield, KIDS, Torracchioni, Kathy Van Zeeland, La casa italiana, Lacoste, Lee , Les Copains, Levi’s, Lindt, Malloy, Mariella_Burani, Marina Militare, Massimo Rebecchi, MCS, Missoni, Moreschi, Motivi, Motostore, Napapijiri, Pal Zileri, Parah, Pinko, Piquadro, Pollini, Polo Ralph Lauren, Pupa, Puma , Q come Quore, RCR, Richmond, Rif le, Samsonite, Scervino Street, Segue, Sia, Slam, St.Diego Outlet Project, Store house, Sunglass Time, Superga, Tailor Club, The Bridge, The End, Timberland, Trussardi Jeans, Ugo Colella, Benetton, Wrangler.

The most convenient way to get to the Barberino Designer Outlet is to order a car with a personal driver. The car will pick you up from the address you specified, take you to the outlet and wait for you at the outlet, at the end of your shopping, the car will take you back. You can choose the class of car and different duration of the trip.

You can leave your purchases in the car under the supervision of the driver; it is not very convenient to go shopping with a lot of purchases.

For people who prefer high-quality and stylish clothes at affordable prices, a trip to the Barberino outlet will allow you to purchase clothes with discounts of up to 70%. The trade marks in the outlet are represented by individual branded boutiques, and it is easy to find them using the pointers on the outlet maps. With the beginning of the sales season, the maximum assortment of goods with lower discounts is presented, and by the end of the discount season, discounts reach up to 70%.It should be noted that at the end of the sales season, the choice of assortment and sizes is reduced. Customers living outside the European Union, when purchasing goods worth more than 155 €, can receive a VAT refund by applying for a Tax Free upon purchase. The VAT refund will make the purchase price even more enjoyable.

In the Barberino Designer Outlet at reasonable prices you can buy not only shoes and clothes, but also underwear, bags, suitcases, glasses, various accessories, sportswear, goods and clothes for babies, household goods.Sports goods are represented by brands: Adidas, Niek, Columbia. Quality lingerie can be found in stores such as Calvin Klein, Intimissimi and Calzedonia. Optics stores have a large selection of glasses from famous brands Prada, RayBan, D&G, Gucci. Bags and accessories are represented by Furla and Michael Kors. Cosmetics and perfumes are offered by brands: Pupa, L’Oreal Paris, Bottega Verde and Douglas.

On the territory of the shopping center there are a sufficient number of cafes and restaurants where you can relax and enjoy exquisite Tuscan cuisine.

Opening hours of Barberino Outlet : from 10:00 to 20:00

Restaurants in the Barberino designer outlet: in the outlet you can have a delicious lunch in one of the restaurants, the most popular are Antica Focacceria S. Francesco and CAFFE Mediceo . You can find other restaurants and cafes here

Important Information:

Sales in Italy – the most profitable shopping in Italy during the period of seasonal discounts. During this period, discounts reach 70%.The summer discount season runs from August to September, the winter season from January to March.

The duration of the shopping tour is calculated from the moment you leave the meeting point you specified until the moment you return. When extending the tour, extra hours are paid at the rate of 35 € for each subsequent hour that exceeds the tour time specified when placing an order.

Travel time:

  • From Florence to the Barberino designer outlet in about 40 minutes, depending on the location of your hotel
  • from the Barberino designer outlet to Florence in about 40 minutes, depending on the location of your hotel

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90,000 Outlet that surprised me • DARSIK travel & lifestyle

15 June 2016

I can’t call myself a fan of outlets, but a couple of weeks ago I went to the Metzingen outlet city near Stuttgart with a friend to accompany me and, to my great surprise, I got into it.

1. I’ve been to outlets before – for example, in Barberino near Florence, in Servalle near Milan or in Bister Village near London, but every time shopping there left me feeling like a hard day at work.A lot of people, too long distances, too inconvenient location of shops, which forces you to walk many, many kilometers … In general, for the last five years I have not gone to outlets. In Metzingen, I started to like it from the very beginning, that is, from the first glass of sparkling wine, which starts the day for those who were not too lazy and bought a VIP shopping pass. This pass comes with an additional 10% discount at most outlet stores.

2. The outlets I’ve been to before were built like villages with even rows of identical houses.Things are different in Metzingen: Imagine a town called Metzingen, in the center of which there are shops of the most famous brands offering discount goods. The town has a main square with an information point and a restaurant, one decent hotel with a restaurant, and a coffee shop. A little, but worthy.

3. This is how the streets of that part of Metzingen, which is occupied by the outlet, look like. Stores are conveniently grouped by zone – sportswear, casual wear, premium brands.

4. I liked the design of the shops – some buildings are said to have received architectural awards.

5. Separate building with children’s stamps. In Metzingen, there is also the opportunity to use the services of nannies, if necessary.

6. And here is the advantage of the location – a river flows through the city, which adds comfort to the place and does not make you feel as if you are walking through a huge shopping center.This is important for me – I do not like malls, and shopping in Dubai, for example, is my nightmare come true.

7. Nice industrial design.

8. Metzingen is the birthplace of Hugo Boss, the outlet is now owned by his heirs. The brand’s store in Metzingen is considered the largest in the world!

9. The main thing that attracted my friend and I to Metzingen was the large number of luxury brand stores. Here, for example, is the huge Max Mara store, which contains all the brands – Max & Co, Sportmax, and Max Mara.

10. A large store of Ermenegildo Zegna, one of my favorite men’s brands. We must return with my husband!

11. Excellent Tod’s (I love their shoes!), Hogan, Missoni.

12. Gucci and Armani. Even Bottega Veneta seems to open in June!

13. I was in Metzingen on Wednesday, there were very, very few people. On weekends, I think it’s much livelier.

14. Burberry, where I really didn’t go.

15. Prada! As many as two floors!

16. And around – vineyards. I think you also appreciated the nice design and nice landscape.

17. Escada (huge sizes!), Bally, Wolford, Diane von Furstenberg are also represented in Metzingen, where we found a perfect wedding dress for a friend for the formal part of the celebration (we, in fact, went after it!), Coach, Tory Burch , Calvin Klein, many denim and sports brands.

18.Unfortunately, you cannot shoot in stores. That is, you can take a picture of something you like as a souvenir, but it is difficult to capture in detail, for example, the interior and the assortment. But I, nevertheless, managed to photograph something for you. So, Prada sandals – about 250 euros. By the way, I did not notice a shortage of sizes in any store. I wear undercarriage 38, my friend – 39, a lot was available to us. I ended up taking similar silvers at Gucci, but without the platform. I love shoes with a metal finish, they cool any outfit.

19. Prada raincoat – 450 euros. I was great and didn’t buy a single coat, even though it was damn hard!

20. Miu Miu bags – about 350 euros. It seemed to me that this is just a series made especially for the outlet, because I have never seen similar ones in stores. The bags from those that were really in the collections of past years cost about 1000 euros, a little soothing colors like beige or black.

21. Tod’s very comfortable sandals, which eventually became mine.The perfect last! They cost about 260 euros. There was a very attractive promotion in the store: when buying a pair of shoes, they gave a 50% discount on bags. We were twirling around in our hands a beautiful Tod’s bag made of tinted blue python, which cost only 700 euros! 2800 euros – the price of the store, 1400 euros – the price of the outlet, 700 euros – the final price. As a result, all the bags in the boutique went to an enterprising Chinese uncle.

22. While Prada and Tod’s stores are designed in the same way as ordinary stores of these brands in ordinary cities, Max Mara is located in a large hangar.Things are not hung here by capsules, but by type and color. The selection of classic Max Mara coats is decent, prices are 750-850 euros on average. If you are looking for a coat for all time, I advise you to come here. Little shoes, but a lot of classic dresses, shirts, trousers. If you have a strict style, then this is your place.

23. I ended up buying a neoprene bomber jacket with a small discount. By the way, I have not seen huge discounts anywhere, perhaps for 50% or more it is worth coming during the sale, which has already begun.Yes, and of course, you can and should issue a refund of tax free. At Stuttgart airport there are no queues either at customs or to receive a refund, which is also very convenient.

24. Huge Jimmy Choo with an excellent selection of boats in all sizes and colors. The bottom line? Two pairs in emerald and blue. The issue price is about 270 euros per pair at the usual retail price of 450 euros. Personally, I don’t care what year my classic pumps are from. Jimmy Choo, by the way, has a very comfortable last.

25. Gucci. Bags from 1000 euros, many accessories. In the end, I bought sandals, paying 250 euros for them.

26. Bring men to Metzingen – the Hugo Boss is simply unrealistic in size.

27. Two or three huge floors! You can buy everything from socks to coats at once.

28. The Italian restaurant in the square was quite pleasant.

29. We spent almost the whole day at the outlet, going after it to the magical medieval Tubingen, which I already told you about.Despite the fact that the outlet offers different types of shuttles, including delivering a Mercedes directly to the flight and a helicopter transfer, we decided to prefer a car – and it is convenient to transport purchases, and you can get where you want. Tubingen is a 30-minute drive, Stuttgart, which turned out to be very nice and which I will talk about soon, is about the same. We easily managed to get to know both cities in three incomplete days and spend time usefully at the outlet, although it seemed to me that it was easy to spend at least five days in the region, and I would still be around the outlet, but I had worn out my legs and all the money. spent.

30. There is a direct Aeroflot flight to Stuttgart (and it costs less than a flight to, say, Italy), so I honestly wonder why I didn’t get here earlier. Many, to whom I managed to tell about my trip, answered me in the spirit: “Oh yes, we know this outlet is great!” Is it your turn to arrive at Metzingen? What is your impression?

90,000 Schustermann & Borenstein Outlet in Munich

A first-hand guide to Munich and Bavaria

Schustermann & Borenstein Outlet in Munich

If you are planning to visit the capital of Bavaria, check out the best multi-brand outlets in Munich – mid-range luxury and luxury »: Ingolstadt Village Outlet, Classic Outlet, Schustermann & Borenstein Outlet.

World designer brands Versace , Valentino , Calvin Klein , Escada and dozens of other iconic brands excite the imagination of all women who set foot on Bavarian soil. This is no coincidence, because Munich, the most expensive city in Germany, is home to the most popular outlets.

An outlet, as a rule, is a separate shopping complex, which brings together branded stores and boutiques offering their things at great discounts.But outlets in Munich have long gone beyond this definition and have grown to the scale of small towns.

Munich Outlets – what, where and when to buy with the greatest discounts

An outlet in Munich should not be perceived as a stock store, where you can find only last year’s collections of large sizes. Leading designer factories supply items and accessories here immediately after the end of the fashion week. The range is updated on Friday and Saturday.Centers are closed on Sunday, so Monday and Tuesday are considered the best shopping days. If you’re looking for the best branded accessories, fashionable apparel and quality footwear, head to the Ingolstadt Village Outlet near Munich for a full day. You will not leave this huge multi-brand town without shopping.

Munich Outlets – Shopping Advantages and Features

When going to the Schustermann & Borenstein outlet for shopping in Munich, take care of the special pass required to enter the shopping center.You can buy it, for example, from us – the authors of this blog about Munich and Bavaria, after leaving a request for the purchase of a pass. At the moment (spring 2017) the entrance ticket is 25 € . One ticket can include 2 people.


Be sure to have a foreign passport with you passport when visiting the Schustermann & Borenstein outlet. Without it, the entrance ticket is not valid!

Going to the center for shopping, it makes sense to read the reviews about the outlet in Munich in advance.So it will be easier for you not to succumb to dizzying euphoria, but to concentrate on the necessary purchases.

Twice a year in outlets in Munich and throughout Germany in general, there is a global sale:

  • winter SALE starts on Christmas Eve and lasts about two months;
  • Summer Sale starts in August, but by September there are practically no discounted models on the shelves.

During these “hot” months, discounts on branded goods Gucci , Roberto Cavalli , DG and others, can reach 90%.

You will not find natural fur clothes and wedding dresses in the outlets. For these purchases, it would be better to go to the main shopping street in Munich – Kaufingerstrasse . It is also worth remembering that all tourists are entitled to a tax refund upon departure from the EU. You can issue a coupon Tax Free in any store. Do not forget to pre-fill all checks, including your name, address and passport details, as well as your credit card number, in case you do not have time to receive your refund in cash at Munich Airport.

Outlet in Munich – how to get there

=> Outlet Schustermann & Borenstein in Munich is a luxury shopping center. You can get to the closed sales only by personal invitations. Tourists unanimously declare that the prices for new collections are a little overpriced here, but things of some sizes can really be bought at a good discount.

How to get to the Outlet “ Schustermann & Borenstein ” in Munich: from the central Marienplatz square, for example, take metro line U3 to station Scheidplatz , then change to bus # 14 1 and get to the stop Ingolstädter Straße .From there you will need to walk about 200 meters. Alternatively, take a taxi and drive from Munich city center for about 30 € one way.

Outlet opening hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 to 19:00, Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00

The address of the Schustermann & Borenstein outlet in Munich is Ingolstädter Str. 40, 80807 München

=> Classic Outlet is a less bohemian outlet in Munich. Nevertheless, its owners claim to work directly with the most famous fashion houses in the world.That is why discounts on last year and new collections Lacoste, Roberto Cavalli, La Martina, D&G, v. Feraud, Guess, Cerruti, Lagerfeld here can reach 80% .

How to get to Classic Outlet in Munich : The outlet is located near the Victory Gate (Sieges Tor), almost in the very center of Munich. You can get to it from the center by almost any ground transport, for example, metro lines U3 or U6 to the Universität stop .

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10:30 to 19:00, Saturday from 10:30 to 18:00

Outlet address in Munich: Leopoldstraße 20, 80807 München

Outlet near Munich How to get there

There are at least two noteworthy outlet centers in the Munich area.

  • The branch of the Munich outlet “ Schustermann & Borenstein ” will amaze you with a huge selection and great discounts, so you should definitely look into it on your tourist shopping route.

How to get to Outlet Schustermann & Borenstein in Dornach: The easiest way to get there is underground transport. From almost anywhere in Munich, the U-Bahn will take you to station München-Riem , and from there you have to walk 1 km.on foot, or take a taxi. If you choose a more comfortable way of travel, you can order a transfer from us, the authors of this blog. Our car will take you to the main entrance of the outlet from the city center in just 30 minutes, if necessary, it will wait and take you back to the center with your purchases.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 19:00

Address: Margaretha Ley Ring 23, 85609 Aschheim

  • – Bavaria’s main outlet Village Outlet is a full-fledged city with shopping streets, restaurants and cafes.Every year, not only Germans from all over Germany come here for seasonal sales, but also shop tourists from neighboring countries – Poland, the Czech Republic and Austria.

How to get to the Ingolstadt Village Outlet: The easiest way to get to the outlet from Munich is by car. Just an hour and a half drive on the German Autobahn will separate you from fabulous shopping.

For those wishing to use public transport, the Ingolstadt Village Outlet route Munich – runs daily bus Shopping Express .Departure time from Munich Central Railway Station (from the side of the Sofitel Hotel) is at 9:30, back from Ingolstadt – at 16:00. The ticket price is 15 euros / person one way, children travel for free.

The most expensive way to get to the outlet near Munich is by taxi, which will cost you at least 200 euros one way.

Alternative – you can order a transfer from Munich to Ingolstadt with waiting and back to Munich from the authors of this blog. Make a request in the contact field at the bottom of the article.

Opening hours Ingolstadt Village Outlet : 10:00 – 20:00, Sunday – closed.

Ingolstadt Village Outlet: Otto Hahn-Strasse 1, Ingolstadt

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a palace and park complex that previously served as one of the residences of the ruling Wittelsbach dynasty.It is located 15 kilometers from the center of Munich, in the village of Oberschleißheim. On the territory of the complex there are old and new palaces, Lustheim, as well as a park area with fountains, canals and sculptures.

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Outlet market in Russia will increase by 76%

The outlet market in Russia will increase by 76%

According to JLL, by the end of 2020 the volume of high-quality supply of outlet centers in Russia will increase by 76% and will amount to 206 thousand.sq. m. In the coming year, four new outlet centers with a total rentable area of ​​84 thousand sq. m. will be opened in the country. m and a new phase of the existing complex (5 thousand sq. m.).

Dynamics of outlet center openings in Russia

1. Outlet Village Belaya Dacha, Moscow

2. Fashion House Outlet Center, Moscow

3. Vnukovo Outlet Village, Moscow

4. Outlet Village Pulkovo, St. Petersburg

5. Brands` Stories Outlet, Yekaterinburg

6.Fashion House Outlet Center, St. Petersburg

7. Novaya Riga Outlet Village, Moscow

8. The Outlet, Moscow

9. Vnukovo Premium Outlets, Moscow

The most active development of outlets is taking place in Moscow – more than 80% of the future supply will appear in the capital. According to JLL estimates, after the launch of new outlet centers, the share of retail sales of this format in the total turnover of Moscow and the Moscow Region will grow from 0.34% to 0.61%. For comparison, in the UK now this figure is 0.78%, and in 2020 it is projected to grow to 0.82%.

“The saturation index with outlet centers per 1,000 inhabitants will also increase, approaching European countries, where this format is well developed today. Nowadays, there are 4.2 sq. M per 1,000 residents of the capital and the Moscow region. m of area of ​​outlet centers, and with the entry of new projects on the market, it will almost double – to 7.8 sq. Thus, taking into account the commissioning of all new facilities, Moscow will approach the European level of provision with outlet centers, ”comments Polina Zhilkina, head of the retail real estate department at JLL.

Provision with outlet centers per 1,000 residents

Source: JLL

However, the capital has room to grow. JLL analysts estimated the size of the Moscow outlet market based on data on the share of this format in retail turnover in the developed market of the UK and other European countries. According JLL, market capacity is 206 sq. M. m, while in fact the market volume by the end of 2020 will be equal to 157 thousand.sq. m.

The format of outlet centers is gradually developing outside the capital. First of all, in St. Petersburg. By the end of 2020, the quality supply of outlet centers is expected to grow by 74% in the northern capital due to the opening of the 1st stage of the Fashion House Outlet Center and the 3rd stage of the Outlet Village Pulkovo. Nevertheless, even taking into account future projects, by the end of 2020 the share of sales in outlets in the retail turnover of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region will not exceed 0.44% according to forecasts, and the provision of space will grow to 5.3 sq.m from the current 3 sq. m per 1,000 inhabitants. Based on the European indicators of the availability of outlets and the structure of retail turnover, the market capacity of St. Petersburg in the long term is about 70 thousand square meters. Thus, in the next 5-7 years, another 1-2 outlet centers may appear in the city.

In addition to quantitative growth, outlet centers have room for qualitative development.

“The share of cafes and restaurants in the pool of tenants of classic shopping centers has been growing over the past few years, while in outlets this trend has been less pronounced.Previously, it was believed that the presence of restaurants in outlets is not a very important factor, but practice has shown the demand for food in such complexes. The variety of cafes and restaurants increases not only the time spent in the center, but also the average bill, ”adds Polina Zhilkina.

Outlet development projects outside the capitals were announced a long time ago. However, the first opening took place only in 2018, when the Brands’ Stories Outlet Center was launched in Yekaterinburg.

There are prospects for the development of outlets in other large regional cities. Taking into account the gradual development of the retail real estate market and the growth of key indicators – sales and attendance – in existing projects, outlet centers will be increasingly represented in Russia.

“We have estimated the capacity of the outlet market in the regions of Russia based on the development of the regional retail real estate market, on the basis of retail turnover, brand representation, including luxury and premium segments, and the level of household income.Based on the results of the study, a list of cities was formed that are the most promising for the development of the outlet format, – comments Vladislav Fadeev , Deputy Head of Research Department at JLL . – According to our calculations, the largest number of square meters of the outlet center could appear in the Sverdlovsk Region, where the Brands’ Stories Outlet Center has already opened in 2018. The Krasnodar Territory is the second largest in terms of the potential area of ​​outlets. The emergence of a new outlet format for the region in the capital of the region is a logical development of a fairly mature retail real estate market in Krasnodar.The Rostov Region closes the top three.

Market capacity of outlet centers in key Russian cities

* 10 300 already exists in the Brands’ Stories Outlet Center

Source: JLL

“In general, outlet centers are a promising vector for the development of retail real estate in Russia, and in the near future the format will spread not only in the largest cities of the country. However, there are also a number of constraining factors.First of all, it is the presence of brands in Russia and their willingness to work with such formats. In Central Europe, brands really put a lot of emphasis on development in outlets, while in Russia the penetration of premium brands is not so high yet. Another reason is the location, in Russia they are still very close to the city itself, while in Europe outlets are located far from the city, where the cost of land and construction costs are lower, which ultimately allows the tenant to offer lower rental rates. in comparison with shopping facilities located in the city center.However, this factor is due to the specifics of Russian realities – the distance here is greater than in Europe, while people are not ready to spend much more time on the road, ”notes Anders Liljenstolpe, CEO of JLL.

Source: JLL


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