Recently, Gaya Travel Team organised a trip to Bandung to enjoy the city’s delights, chiefly among them are the factory outlets that offer branded fashion wear at the fraction of the original prices.

Since the new millennium, the number of factory outlets in Bandung has multiplied and now there are many factory outlets scattered around the city that offer vast range of goods and wares. This capital of West Java province attracts many local and foreign visitors,
especially from neighbouring countries like Malaysia and Singapore. One of the factory outlets worth noting is Fashion World, opened in August 2010. The outlet offers exclusive and satisfying shopping experience by carrying numerous popular brands at reasonable prices.

The kind of brands that Fashion World carries are the likes of Calvin Klein Jeans, Armani Exchange, Guess, Fred Perry, Nike, Adidas, Reebok, Quiksilver, Bottega Vanetta, Tommy Hilfiger, Hermes, Plantwear  and more, with merchandise extending all the way to leather wear and accessories. Due to its fame, Fashion World was also visited by the current Miss Universe Leila Lopes and Miss Indonesia Maria Selena last October 2011.

Personally, Gaya Travel Team was impressed with Fashion World’s concept. The outlet decidedly displays its latest offering through its large windows to make shoppers aware. As shoppers step into the outlet, they will be welcomed with a wide range of clothing and fashion accessories that suit many styles and tastes.

Though there are many factory outlet stores offering myriad of goods and wares already inundating Bandung, Fashion World is the one where shoppers are bound to find what they want. With its friendly and helpful sales assistants who are ready to assist shoppers, Fashion World is poised to become the top shopping destination that should not be missed by all travellers who visit this charming West Javanese city.

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