Mitsui Outlet Park: Largest Outlet Mall In Southeast Asia To Open InSepang End of May

Shopaholics and bargain hunters, lace up your walking shoes because a pandemonium is headed our way soon!

MFMA Development SDN. BHD. will open the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang to the public with an exciting array of offerings ranging from luxury and branded products, fashion apparel and accessories, perfumes and cosmetics, chocolates and confectionery, kids wear and sportswear to household items and luggage as well as a scrumptious choice of gastronomic delights spanning over a commercial space of 24,000sqm under Phase 1 of the development.

It will be launched in Kuala Lumpur as the flagship mall of the Southeast Asia outlet market with a new brand concept which is developed and adapted to Malaysian customs based on Mitsui Fudosan’s know-how. The Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang plans to expand the facility in 2018 as well as 2021, and it will be the largest outlet mall in Southeast Asia, larger than any other of the company, including those in Japan, at approximately 250 stores and an entire floor space of about 44,000㎡.

It is part of the KLIA Aeropolis initiative spearheaded by Malaysia Airports in an effort to develop KLIA Sepang as an airport city.

The mall comes with a highly attractive concept where leading luxury brands and international brands, as well as popular Malaysian brands, Japanese brands’ off-season items, overstocked items, discontinued items, trial products, etc. are made readily available through the official route for greatly discounted outlet prices.

On 30th May 2015, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang will be opened and gradually completed to approximately 130 stores by late of July, with a rich variety of food and beverages from around the world to meet the needs for tourists due to the location (nearby KLIA and klia2). It will offer a huge variety of more than 100 outlets of leading luxury brands such as Ermenegildo Zegna, and also promote authentic Japanese culture like Japanese traditional arts and crafts, tea, sake, and sushi through “JAPAN AVENUE” a brand new concept first of its kind in Malaysia. Locals and foreigners with a penchant for luxury brands will be spoilt for choice at the offerings made available throughout the year with attractive savings ranging from 30% to 70%.

Amongst the brands available are:

Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Outlet
Club 21 Collectibles (Paul Smith, Balenciaga, Lanvin, etc.)
Hugo Boss
Karen Millen
Miss Selfridge
Dorothy Perkins
Isetan Outlet Store
asics Factory Outlet
Onitsuka Tiger
And more, of course!

The Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang has aptly adopted the architectural design concept of “Paradise Village” that evokes a tropical ambiance. Natural light from the stylish skylights enriched with greenery creates a relaxing setting.

Embodying the local environment, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang is an enclosed 2-floor designed mall and fully equipped with air-conditioning to offer a comfortable shopping experience.

The Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang which is located very near KL International Airport is directly accessible from the highway and will offer ample parking of over 2,000 lots, banking services, facilities for the handicap, baby nursing and changing room, first aid facilities, strollers and wheelchairs for loan.

Additionally, free shuttle bus service to KLIA and klia2 as well as bus services from Kuala Lumpur and major cities such as Ipoh and Genting to further ease accessibility to the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang will be provided.

Specifically to facilitate travelers who would like to enjoy their shopping experience within a limited amount of time before taking off, the Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA Sepang provides Flight Information Display System (FIDS) in the outlet mall for checking flight information without leaving the premises, flight SITA check-in KIOSK services and free baggage storage service to promote hands-free shopping.  
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