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Johore Premium Outlets
which is the premier brands outlet in South East Asia region was officially opened on December 11, 2011 by the Prime Minister of Malaysia. You can now buy your favorite brands at discounted prices at over 130 stores. Opens from 10am to 10 pm 7 days a week including public holidays.
The main entrance to JPO. Photo taken 11.00am December 1, 2011
The place to be and the place to be seen. Be involved with the greatest Luxury Sale everyday of the year. Branded goods at great discounts. Thousands of citizens have already visited the Johor Premium Outlet (also known as JPO).
The opening ceremony was officiated by the Prime Minister on December 11, 2011. Starting mid November 2013, 40 new stores has been open, among them, Cotton On Kids, Sacoor Brothers, Hugo Boss and many others.
Some of the big brands available. Photo taken 11.20am December 1, 2011
How to go to Johor Premium Outlets using the above locating map:
The official address of Johor Premium Outlets is:
Jalan Premium Outlets
Indahpura, 81000, Kulaijaya, Johor
(Please be advised that this address will not be found in your GPS device unless you have the latest updated maps. So if you are using your GPS for direction, you might be better off by keying in the coordinates of N 1 36.31 E 10. 37.59. In case your GPS set does not allow the keying in of these figures, you can try keying in "Senai Toll Utara" which can lead you to JPO).
From Kuala Lumpur via Plus North-South Highway:
There is a big Johor Premium Outlets signboard on your left after passing the Kulaijaya intersection of Plus Highway. Take the next exit from there.
Exit the interchange to Nusajaya/Pontian/Tanjung Pelepas/Tuas (Exit253) in the direction to Singapore 2nd link.
Take the next exit to Senai Airport/Ulu Tiram (Route E 304). Please be careeful not to take the Tanjung Pelepas/Tuas direction. In case you do, then proceed until you reach the Lima Kedai Toll. Do not enter the toll but instead make a U-turn to your right and go until you see the Senai Airport exit. Proceed from there and you will see the Johor Premium Outlets after 600 meters.
Alternatuvely, you can exit 252 Kulaijaya/Kota Tinggi (this exit comes before the exit 253 described before). Proceed to Kulaijaya from there, and go until you see the IOI Mall/Indahpura interchange. Proceed to Indahpura Jaya on your right and then go straight until you meet the second roundabout. Take the 9 O'clock turn and proceed straight until you see the Johor Premium Outlet. However, this route into Kulaijaya town is often congested and you are advised to take Exit 253 (as described before), which is faster and without traffic congestion.
From Singapore 2nd Link via Tuas:
Exit the Lima Kedai Toll (not the Lima Kedai village) and proceed to Kuala Lumpur. Take the exit to Senai Airport at exit E 304 from your left. After 600 meters, you will see the Johor Premium Outlet on your left.
From Johor Bahru via the Plus North-South Highway:
Take the old road to Kulai Town and exit from the first interchange to Tuas/Pontian and continue until you see the exit to Johor Premium Outlets on your left. This is the shortest and non congested route to JPO. If you make a mistake and you find yourself at the Lima Kedai Toll House, make a U-Turn before entering the Toll House on your right. After that, proceed until you see the Senai Airport exit to 304. Follow into the exit and after a short distance (600 meters), you will see the Johor Premium Outlet on your left. An alternative route is to use the old road to Kulaijaya. From JB, go beyond Saleng town. After you see the Macdonald Sign post on your left, a short distance from there, you will see the IOI Mall/Indahpura exit. Take the exit up the interchange and proceed into Indahpura Jaya. Proceed straight until you meet the second roundabout. Take the 9 O'clock turn and after passing Foon Yew High School, you will see the Johor Premium Outlet signboard.
From the Kulai/Kulaijaya old trunk road going towards Senai.
From Kulai Town, proceed to Kulaijaya and then take the exit to IOI Mall/Indahpura. Take a right turn from there and go into Indahpura Jaya Town. Proceed until you see the second round-about, then turn left. After passing Foon Yew High School, you will meet a new six lane highway leading to Johor Premium Outlet.
If you are coming from Senai Town, then go pass Macdonald Sign Board and thence to the exit to IOI Mall/Indahpura junction. Go straight and after you see the second round-about, take the 9 O'clock turn and pass the Foon Yew High School until you see the Johor Premium Outlets.
For those who don't drive
For those who can't drive and who wish to visit JPO, there is a schedule bus service to JPO. Bus schedules are available at Causewaylink.com.my --- Causeway Link also picks up passengers from Singapore via another service. However, please note that the service provided by Causeway link consist of two seperate routes. It picks up passengers from Singapore and drops them at the two Customs and Immigration checkpoints at Tuas and Johor Bahru. It then runs another service to JPO from these two Custom's check points. Return routes is from JPO to the custom check points and then to Singapore. For those from the North, Causeway Link operates an hourly bus service from the two customs checkpoints to JPO.
In case you are lost, here is the GPS position: N 1 36.31 E 103 37.59 or key in "senai utara toll" in your search bar of your GPS or better, save this page on your smartphone and use it for reference. There is also an air route by way of Senai Airport which is about 15 kilometers away from JPO. Taxis are available from there. You can also use Singapore's Changi Airport and again there are taxis from there to JPO.
For a peek at Johor Premium Outlets, you can go here