Celebrate Melaka Historical City Day at Freeport A’Famosa Outlet!

Gifts galore specially for Malaccans!

MALACCA: Freeport A'Famosa Outlet will be celebrating the Melaka Historical City Day on April 15 amidst much fun and excitement. There'll be lots of prizes to be given away in a lucky draw to be done on a first-come-first-serve basis. The prizes include Freeport A'Famosa Outlet designer flasks, specially designed umbrellas, bed linen, clutch bag and many more.

To redeem the above gifts, shoppers only need to register at the Guest Service Counter here at Freeport A'Famosa Outlet; then like the Freeport A'Famosa Outlet Facebook page and show their own IC with a Malacca address. Customers are encouraged to come early to take part in this draw .

In addition to this, shoppers that spend above RM400 in multiple receipts on April 15 are entitled to join a separate lucky draw to win a FREE dinner for 10 persons worth RM698 at the Clubhouse Istana Ballroom, A'Famosa Resort on May 1. The dinner is an extensive 8-course Chinese sit down dinner from appetizers, main dishes right down to dessert. To culminate the celebrations on this day, there will be special fireworks display at 10pm.

The total prize give-away on this special day just for Malaccans is worth up to RM6,000.

Freeport A'Famosa Outlet offers over 80 international fashion, sports and accessories brands in some 180,000 sq. ft with over 60 stores. The Outlet is set in an open air mall featuring a lake, fountains, carousel and windmill with architecture themed on Malacca's Dutch heritage.

The Outlet is located 5 minutes from the Alor Gajah toll on the North-South Expressway making it easily accessible to over 9 million customers from Klang Valley, Malacca and nearby towns plus the 15 million tourists who visit Malacca every year. The outlet provides more than 1,600 FREE car parking spaces.

Brands open at the Outlet include Nike, Cotton On, Esprit, Puma, G2000, Carlo Rino, Clarks, Forever 21, Samsonite, Folli Follie, Sacoor Brothers and many more. Phase 2 offering another 40 shops is expected to open in 2017.