JPO Johor

JPO is the Johor Premium Outlets in Nusajaya, Iskandar Johor in Malaysia. Neighboring the country of Singapore, it takes only 30 minutes from the island and about five hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. Having opened in December 2010, this is the first and proper Factory Outlet in Malaysia. JPO caters to namely designer stores for those seeking a good bargain. Sales at JPO go from 30% - 80% discounts making it affordable to own designer brands. Overall, if you have not been to the Johor Premium Outlets, you should make a trip there one day.

I made a visit to JPO in March 2012 as it was nearby the new and upcoming theme park, Legoland Malaysia. After my site visit, our group had some time to spare so we paid the JPO a visit. Below are various pictures taken at the JPO, Malaysia.

JPO main entrance

Left: Security at JPO using Segways, Right - JPO Tower

Please note that there are A LOT of pictures from here onwards. Each of them showing you the shops available at JPO. Click on the pictures to see a larger image. Most of the images speak for themselves with the brand names too. If you want more information, please scroll down to the end of the post. This article was made for those who are planning to visit the JPO too.

JPO - People from all walks of life shopping


Inside the Adidas Factory Outlet







Coach Outlet at JPO







Guess Outlet at JPO, inside the store




Ladies Shoes on sale at JPO





Versace Outlet Store at JPO - Opening soon

There is a MayBank and a Police Base at the JPO too.



View from the first floor at JPO




Nike Outlet at JPO



Food court at JPO

The food and beverage choices here are pretty interesting. You have a choice of eating at the local food court which serves a wide selection of Malaysian food while there is a Chinese Restaurant, American Restaurant, Starbucks, Coffee Bean, an English Pub and various snacks sold at stalls.

JPO Video

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

JPO Map

How to go to 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 

 The junction to turn into JPO

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)
Read about my visit to Rinku Premium Outlet in Osaka, Japan when I visited this place in early December 2011. This is exactly the same layout as the JPO. Both are part of the international Factory Outlet chain. For those who are heading to Johor State in 2012 and 2013, you may be pleased to know that the much awaited famous theme park has announced the Legoland Malaysia Opening Dates. This will definitely make your trip worthwhile to the JPO.

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