The Genting Highlands Premium Outlets, which opened its doors to the public on 15 June 2017, features many brand names that caught our attention. Hubby and I were keen to pick up more sportswear so our main focus was on Skechers and Adidas.
|Whee! Zipping over and past many buildings in Genting Highlands|
|The cable cars of Awana Skyway|
Thanks to my premium outlets-savvy friend, I had earlier downloaded the Simon application onto my phone, registered as a member and received an e-mail verifying my registration. By flashing the e-mail at the Information Centre, I was given a Savings Passport, which entitled me to more discounts at certain outlets.
|It's just a leaflet but does offer some good additional discounts.|
Our first stop was at Adidas, which was having a grand sale. So there was a queue to enter the outlet. In spite of the crowd, we managed to find what we wanted. We then turned our attention to Skechers as I needed a second pair of sports shoes. Hubby too was captivated and converted (I still remember how he scoffed at me buying my first pair of Skechers last year).
We explored all three levels of the Genting Highlands Premium Outlets, named as High Street, Middle Street and Low Street. It was truly a day of fruitful shopping and we had spent almost 6 hours there!
|First day's haul!|
|Hubby chose this for me|
Before calling it a day at the Genting Highlands Premium Outlets, I dropped by at the Information Centre again to collect a total of 10 free cable car tickets. Being kiasu, we descended there again the next day but left empty-handed. Hubby had his sights on a Tumi backpack for work and after checking out of our hotel on the third day, we utilised our free tickets to visit the Genting Highland Premium Outlets for the third time to make the purchase.
All in all, we went (came), we saw, we conquered!