The premium outlets here are rarely visited, either by tourists or by the local thais. For the former, especially cash-rich russian and chinese tourists, there is an absolute dearth of big-name brands which is unforgivable for a premium outlet mall. (read: no LV, no gucci, no prada). When we went there there was about a busload of chinese tourists who'd given up on the place and were just chatting in the functional (euphemistically-put) cafeteria for want of better things to do.
For tourists who aren't quite so financially blessed, the mall is still incredibly boring because it really is tiny. The most interesting things there were maybe Fox, surfer's paradise, some sports shops and that's really about it. everything else was forgettable, or else not what you'd expect to find in a premium outlet. The food selection is also pretty poor- there isn't a proper restaurant per se, a selection of fast food stands and a cafeteria.
Not worth the time or the money taken to travel here.
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