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where in kuala lumpur can I buy NAUTICA & other brand men's polo that are export excesses

by albertgarcia

Hi all,

I will be leaving for Kuala Lumpur next week for the weekend. Pls assist and advise where in kuala lumpur can I buy NAUTICA & other brand men's polo that are export excesses.

I appreciate your assistance. Thank you and regards.
Albert Garcia

Re: where in kuala lumpur can I buy NAUTICA & other brand men's polo that are export excesses

by tracyskf

Hi - as far as I can recollect, there is no Nautica outlet mall in Kuala Lumpur. What are the other brands that you are looking for? Generally you can find a variety of men's polo is sports store but these are mainly sports labels like Nike, Adidas, etc.

There is also Factory Outlet Store (F.O.S) in major malls - but there is no guarantee you would be able to find any specific brand. Items are pretty ad hoc. Google F.O.S Malaysia for that.

Hope this helps.

Re: where in kuala lumpur can I buy NAUTICA & other brand men's polo that are export excesses

by din2x

Actually, there are three Nautica Shops in Malaysia:
1.Nautica Mid Valley Mega Mall
Phone: +(603) 228-42160

2. Nautica Malacca at Aeon Bandaraya Melaka (New Jusco, closed to Melaka Sentral and Tesco
Phone: +(606) 286-7296

3. Nautica Penang, at Gurney Plaza
Phone: +(604) 227-7849

For Export Excesses, you can go to various stores, such as FOS (Factory Outlet Store) (many outlet), Reject Shop (the shop name is Reject Shop, various outlet around KL), GME Factory Outlet (The notable one is in KL Sentral itself, or near LCCT), and few others like factory overrun (website Factoryoverrun.com).

To guide you more, maybe you can describe which part of KL you will be visiting or staying.

Starting 2011, there is no import taxes for importing branded items to Malaysia. It was previously apply to all importer or seller, not buyer. But some items which was in stock before 2011 may still have the taxed prices on.

One thing good about shopping in Malaysia is that there is no GST or VAT.

Re: where in kuala lumpur can I buy NAUTICA & other brand men's polo that are export excesses

by tracyskf

I think the question was - is there are any Nautical outlet mall (ie export excesses) so the answer was no. Obviously Nautica is available at major malls but they are flagship stores and not outlet stores.

Trust this clarifies.

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Great People - Good Fun

by FinnA

I love meeting the Malaysian people. They always seem so interested to meet me and know about me. I felt welcome from the get go. And there are like so many different types... the Chinese, the Malay, the Indians..... I met a couple of guys in this massive shopping mall called Pavilion ( I approached them for directions ), we got to talking and had coffee together. They told all the Dos and Donts, where to go what to eat....
Then they invited me to dinner. We went to this place called Moussandra, the place was awesome, like in old Spain or something. We had a bunch of Tapas dishes (loved the taste YUMMMMM) and talked till they closed. It was my best day of my trip. Lovely people - Great ambience and great food.

Food food food

by dmirebella

1 word - FOOD! Well, Malaysia in general has been known for its huge variety of food selection, from Chinese, Indian, Malay, Fusion, Italian etc. Generally, Malaysians are now more open towards trying out different food types with only leads to even bigger bellies. :) Do note that the I am quite open to eating new food but it all comes back to saying that there is no place like home (i.e Malaysia) when it comes to food.

Mamak ..Mapelei.. Yam Cha..

by dmirebella

KL ... is a city that never EVER sleeps.. be it at 5 am .. or any other time possible... should one have a craving for a bite to eat.. its simply possible to get it at any corner `warung' or foodstall. I guess its also an easy *and cheap* place to meet up as a simple dish of roti canai that can cost around RM1.00 to perhaps to mee goreng (fried fat noodles) that can cost RM 3.50 .. cheap where a nice restaurant prices comes up to twice the amount! Just call a friend at buzz them over to the local mamak.. The atmosphere.. there is no place like home..

Worst job in the world?

by phil_uk_net

While admiring the view of KL from the Petronas Towers I suddenly noticed the painter outside. Standing precariously in a small bucket secured by wire ropes and swinging around in the breeze he was painting the outside of the building using a brush tied to a long stick. I tried to find out how much he earnt! Having a great fear of heights myself I wouldn't do this job for any amount of money.

Batu Caves (10) - The Thaipusam Festival

by Kakapo2

Although I have been at the Batu Caves on a normal day, let me give you a short description what the Thaipusam Festival is all about.

It is a celebration for the son of Shiva (Subramaniam) and the reunion of the Pusam and the Brihaspati stars. The Pusam star is at its highest point during the festival which is attended by up 1 million devotees and tens of thousands of tourists.

It is held at full moon in the tenth month of the Hindu calendar, mostly at the end of January or early February.

The devotees carry so called kavadis up the steps, either for penance or sacrifice, to stimulate their Gods to do them a favour and/or avoid disasters. Those kadavis are burdens or any kind, from pots of milk, or jugs of water, to the famous wooden frames loaded with flowers or fruit, and attached to the devotees’ skin with long metal hooks. That really is self-torture, and hard to watch.

The procession to the caves starts at the Sri Mahamariamman Temple in the heart of the city and proceeds 15 kilometers to the caves. This takes 8 hours. In total the Thaipusam Festival takes three days.

If you are lucky you can see a Hindu celebration at the Caves as every day such an event takes place – but not with such crowds as during the Thaipusam Festival. And without the hooks…

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