Genting Highlands Premium Outlets
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Genting Highlands Premium Outlets® is an outlet center with a collection of designer and name brand merchandise at savings of 25% to 65% every day.
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Genting Highlands Premium Outlets is an open-air shopping mall with an extensive collection of designer fashion, sportswear, luggage, accessories, and shoes. Other than shop, you can grab food or drinks.
The shopping mall is also next to the Awana Skyway Station, where you can enjoy a cable car ride to the top of Genting Highlands. There, you can find several resorts and attractions, including Skycasino, Arena of Stars theatre, SkyAvenue Mall, and the 20th Century Fox World Malaysia Theme Park.
Good shopping destination with lots of discounts for branded apparels and watches, among other things. Located about half an hour drive from Janda Baik, up the famous Genting Highlands.
Sprawling outdoor shopping center with many well-known outlet stores & a diverse food court.
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