OMG, our excitement can’t be contained!
The super famous Japanese discount store Don Don Donki will be opening their first outlet here in Malaysia!
Don Don Donki, also known as Don Quijote has about 160 stores in Japan, 8 in Singapore, 3 Thailand, 3 in Hong Kong, and 2 in Hawaii. As they already have several stores in our neighbouring countries, it is only fitting that the next location will be us!
The Don Don Donki outlets sell a variety of things that are mainly Japanese. It ranges from electronics, sweets, medicine, drinks, snacks, clothing accessories, skincare, cosmetics, well you get it. They sell a LOT of things at a discounted price.
It was reported by China Press that the Malaysian outlet will be in Lot 10, Bukit Bintang and the exact location is rumoured to be near the ZARA store. The exact opening date is unknown. However, we have reached out to Lot 10 but they have yet to respond.
On 9th April, a Facebook page named Don Don Donki Malaysia has posted a blurred picture with the caption “coming soon”. After looking at the post, all we can do is just scream to release our excitement!
Other than that, there’s also an Instagram account for the Malaysian store as well but there are no posts as of now. The username and the display picture format is similar to the Don Don Donki outlets overseas.
We certainly hope that they will stop teasing us and reveal more information soon! Our wallets are quaking now!
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