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Shopping And High Tea At Johor Premium Outlet

WASTING NO TIME, after our hearty breakfast or brunch for it was almost noon by then, we "shot" off to Johor Premium Outlet, located more than half hour away from our place.  The sky was turning cloudy by then which we did not mind at all as long as there is no heavy downpour.

Upon reaching, we were not surprised that the place was quite crowded, buses with tourists were there earlier than us.  LOL... Since it was a weekend, I supposed there would be good sales too though I did not have any plans to buy anything at all... ahemmmm....   But along the way, somehow, something happened.... it was quite a funny incident... my skirt got "caught" at the zipper, I couldn't even go to the toilet unless I "destroyed" the zipper and I ended up buying a pair of pants to "replace" what I was wearing!  See, I didn't plan to shop but ....... hmmmmm... Meant to be, I suppose.  LOL....

 At the entrance with full of anticipation and excitement... Ladies, Ladies!
Getting all warm up to GO!!  LOL... 
Fast forward.... after a couple of hours, we had our high tea here... 
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Nice ambiance to have afternoon tea....
And to rest after all the walks.... 
Our high tea consisted of Earl Tea and coffee and chocolate smoothie....

And some Finger Light Food which was perfect for us.... 
Everything was fresh and nice.... 
Happy Tea-ing after Shopping!

Comments

  1. What a lovely and happy outing for the gals. I hear that the Premium Outlet at KLIA is quite empty on most days. I think the JB location is perfect.
    I love to enjoy that kind of English afternoon tea with scones and finger food. So yummy to eat & gossip away. LOL

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  2. Very classy high tea! This is where they sell all the branded goods, right? Expensive or not?

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    1. Cheaper gua.. hahaha.. I don't buy branded stuff.. I buy only cheap stuff on sales... heheehe..

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  3. I like the tea set, got scones, very English style.

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  4. An awesome place to have tea, very fancy and atmospheric! How lucky you were to have this clothing malfunction, ha ha! It happened at the perfect time!

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  5. stunning place and loved the food too.
    loved your pose at the entrance, so excitement shown in it .
    smiles on your faces show that you had great time there

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  6. I like the high tea. Very English lah :)

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  7. I will attack the piece of cake, keke....

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  8. Wah! Syiok lah ini place.
    I wan to go visit also!

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  9. Your post certainly caught my attention! Heard a lot about the place but yet to visit. xoxo

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  10. Shopping and high tea go hand in hand. Time to relax and enjoy the tea after all the shopping!

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  11. Wow! Love the hi-tea place. So rustic. Very English-like.

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  12. The food for the high tea looks delicious!

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  13. Love all your photos with your two sisters, same as Shirley, heard of JPO but never got chance to visit but if all branded goods, then not the place for me hee hee

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