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Design Village Outlet Mall

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Christine
Christine
October 30, 2018
Biggest premium outlet (top brands) located at Batu Kawan, Bandar Cassia, Penang
Mr D And Miss Wong
Mr D And Miss Wong
May 2, 2018
Design Village, a world class shopping experience in a natural tropical park. Costing about RM300 million, the premium outlet will have net lettable area of 400,000 sq ft and contain 150 stores. The tenants will be a mix of luxury and premium brands. There will also be F&B outlets. So far, the…
David
David
April 21, 2018
First Outlet Mall in Penang. Opened in 2016, it is Malaysia’s biggest outlet mall, spanning a build-up area of 37,161 m2. Wide range of budget and premium brand with good bargain. Website: designvillage.today
Nur
Nur
December 3, 2016
u can buy clothes, shoes here
Sharala
Sharala
July 22, 2018
Design Village is an outlet mall in Batu Kawan, Penang, Malaysia's biggest outlet mall.

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733 Jalan Barat Cassia 2
Simpang Ampat, Pulau Pinang 14110
Telefonszám04-589 9888
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