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How to get to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO)?

Located on a 18ha site, Johor Premium Outlets (JPO), a Iskandar Project, is scheduled for a soft launch opening on 2 December 2011. JPO, modelled after Woodbury Common Premium Outlets in the US, located in Johor Kulai area not too far off the Singapore-Johor Tuas Second Link, offers a huge collection of designer brands ranging from Armani Exchange to Zegna at big discounts.


Directions on how to get to Johor Premium Outlets (JPO) can be found here. In case you are lost, here is the GPS position: 1º 36’31” N 103º 37’59” E or key in "senai north toll" in your search bar of your GPS.

On Google Maps, the piece of land JPO is supposed to be on is still a barren ground (yet to be updated).

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