The town of Nilai is the main shopping highlight in this state. What started out as a bazaar has now expanded to become the huge and popular Nilai 3 Wholesale Centre selling a hoard of things comprising household items, furniture, textiles, apparels, linen, home décor and more. The town is especially known for furniture made of fine wood, rattan and bamboo. For many locals planning a wedding, it is a great place for wedding paraphernalia too. For its spread of merchandise and lower- than retail prices, this wholesale hub has become a popular spot amongst both locals and tourists. Packing, shipping and postal services are offered by several outlets for foreign and out- of- town tourists wishing to transport their purchases home. Closer to the town centre of Seremban, Jusco Seremban 2 Shopping Centre serves the main shopping needs of the locals.
This big city down south is a hot spot for thousands of Singaporeans who cross over the causeway daily. Malls like the City Square, Danga City Mall, Plaza Pelangi and AEON Jusco Tebrau City cater to both locals and visitors seking the mall experience. The highlight though is the Zon Johor Bahru, a designated duty-free zone within the city which is popular also for its entertainment outlets. If you’re shopping for cottage crafts, Ayer Hitam town north of Johor Bahru is worth stopping over at for its jumble of pottery, ceramic, handicrafts, local snacks and fresh tropical fruits. Tangkak town which is close to the Melaka border is where the locals go to for attractive textiles and household linens. New attractions in Johor include the very popular Johor Premium Outlet (JPO) that offers popular designer goods at dropped prices and, the internationally acclaimed Legoland and Hello Kitty Town with their rides, toys, play costumes and game accessories.
Johor Premium Outlet