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Johor Duty Free Shopping

Johor Duty Free Shopping

The Zon Shopping Mall Johor Bahru

The ZON Mall and Department Store is the largest duty free shopping mall in Malaysia occupying 5 floors of shopaholic heaven.

The Zon mall is open from 10am to 10pm, it also home to a convention centre and many fine restaurants.

Pelangi Plaza Johor Bahru

The JB International ferry terminal is close by with sea links to Singapore and Indonesia although the Zon duty free zone is also popular with the locals as well as tourists.

Its department store has 150,000 square feet of retail space, it has a supermarket, food hall and the weary shopper does not have far to find a hotel as the seafront ZON Regency Hotel is also located here.

Inner City City Square Shopping Mall JB

If you still have any energy after all that shopping you can enjoy yourself in the night time entertainment centre known as the Fun Zon.

Johor Bharu Duty Free Zon Contact: +607-2218000

Other Johor Bahru Shopping Mall

Pelangi Plaza Shopping Mall Johor

Other Johor Bahru shopping malls are Plaza Pelangi, Pelangi Leisure Mall, Plaza Larkin, Festive Street Mall, Danga City Mall, AEON Bukit Indah and Sutera Mall.

Pelangi Leisure Mall Johor Bahru

JB Bazaar

Downtown Johor Bahru hosts the bustling JB Bazaar on Jalan Segget seven nights a week and anything can be bought from toys, shoes, clothes, antiques, souvenirs, knick-knacks and a diverse selection of food.

The JB Bazaar is well worth investigating just to enjoy the atmosphere of the place and the wily stall holders may even entice you to bag a bargain!

There is a carnival feel to Jalan Segget with some musicians happily belting out requests to the crowd.

You can even sing your favourite songs in the street karaoke that occurs here and it is not unusual to find people dancing in the street to dangdut, Malay or Indian music.

Johor Shopping Outlets

JB City Square Shopping Mall

Johor Bahru is the second largest city in Malaysia and a very strategically important location with the close proximity of Singapore. As to be expected of a city of such high standing the Johor shopping outlets are both numerous in quantity and plenteous of goods.

Johor Area Rehabilitation Organisation

An interesting organisation for handicraft products is the Johore Area Rehabilitation Organisation (JARO). JARO is a registered charity organisation and the only NGO in Malaysia that provides jobs for the disabled. Its handmade products are sold in the JARO gift shop on Jalan Sungai Chat, at the Holiday Plaza and the City Square shopping malls.

The products available are high quality batik handbags with varied and unique designs, denim shopping bags, patchwork bed linen, soft furnishings like window curtains, coffee and tea warmers, quilted products, soft toys, cushions, rattan baskets & various book binding products.

I'm sure every discerning shopper would appreciate the quality of the JARO products and it gives you the 'feel good factor' when you know you have purchased something from an authentic charitable organisation such as JARO.

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