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Shopping At Johor Premium Outlet Tea At Taman Pelangi

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After the Bak Kut Teh, the three of us were on our own.  Fret not, we have Waze to take us where we want to go.  "Take us to Johor Premium Outlet.... " I told the genie in my phone!  LOL... And off we went to JPO using Waze, it was more than half an hour hour away from where we took our lunch.  

Thanks to our patient driver (not easy to become our driver with TWO co-drivers giving instructions), we managed to reach Johor Premium Outlet.  It was a Friday and we thought it was a working day, but no, it was not.  Friday and Saturdays are weekends to the Johoreans especially those working with government sector and school children.  Anyway, it was not very crowded unlike those un-covid days ago.

We walked for two hours plus... I was not the winner, only grabbing a few things from Watsons... my friend was the winner bringing home a pair of Sketchers.  LOL...
ooppsss.. no social distancing...
...only for this picture...
After that, mask up all the time!

Queuing up to go into one of the prestigious shops...
Came out empty handed... 

After our long walk, we adjourned to Taman Pelangi for snacks!
Cocoa Ice Kacang... only in Taman Pelangi, Johor... 
I am still "faithful" to this drink... Gingko dessert!
Rojak... not as sweet as those in Ipoh...
They have their own special sauce... 
Toasted Tau Fu Pok with beansprouts and rojak sauce...
Not really my favourite but my friend's.... 
I could only take one or two pieces max...
After our tea time, we made our way home...
Three hours later, dinner time!

Comments

  1. You did not buy any Sketchers for yourself? I bought a pair when I was in Kuching - they're really good, very comfortable. I can't wear shoes anymore, so painful...but I can wear those!

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  2. Remove masks just to take one photo? Nice food

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  3. I like the rojak peanut sauce in the toasted tau fu pok.

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  4. Hi claire, i had left comments in all your previous posts too :)

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  5. The Cocoa Ice looks so interesting, wish I could taste.

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  6. I think the stuffed tofu not as tasty as before.

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  7. I used to love going to several Premium Outlets but realised the prices are not that cheap as thought. The Mitsui Outlet near KLIA is really a haven.

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