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They sell inferior merchandise at prices which are too high for the quality you get. Singaporeans like to shop and they love "branded items" and good deals. Very sure that's all there is too it.
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I just hosted a couple of Singaporeans for 2 weeks, and it was a surprise to me how insane they went at the outlets. Gucci wasn't that interesting and would've probably spent more if we hadn't limited our time to a few hours. They also spent a lot of time shopping in Union Square and still found the outlets worthwhile. I would skip Milpitas. I do have to say a full day at the outlets is a bit too long. We combined Vacaville with an overnight in Tahoe, or if you go to Gilroy you could hit Monterey in the morning and then outlets on the way back?
Between these two Gilroy would be the better one to visit. There are more stores and generally better bargains. We sometimes get to Vacaville and they have lots of stores too. Either Vacaville or Gilroy would make for a nice visit If you want to combine a wine country trip with going to the premium outlets, Vacaville works better. If you want to go to Monterey or Santa Cruz ocean areas , then Gilroy would make for a nice trip.
The outlet mall in Milpitas is called " The Great Mall. It's website says it has stores. The one in Camarillo.
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No, srsly, you have to choose which stores are more important. The one in Vacaville and the one in Gilroy both have Le Creuset, while to my knowledge, Milpitas does not, so it sucks.
It all depends on what you're shopping for - and yes, the closer in the place is to some big urban center, the less stock they have. Whether Singaporeans are particularly insane, I don't know, but there are motels springing up around these outlets and tour buses collecting people at major hotels and airports from all over the world.
People from all over Asia are in attendance, that's for sure. Is there someone in Singapore who is getting a commission by sending you all here? Actually the Simon Property Group, Inc. The incentives are, however, considerably lamer than a direct commission. Instead they provide travel planners with "customized" "VIP Coupon Book Vouchers" imprinted with the planner's company name. When a voucher is exchanged for a coupon book at the mall's information desk or management office the planner's company gets credit, with the company with the most returned vouchers in a quarter winning a cash prize.
Additionally travel planners get entries into raffles for cash prizes for each voucher used. Here in Pacifica , we have a big, empty plot of land in an abandoned quarry, right next to the ocean, that would be perfect for a Premium Outlet Mall. FYI, since this has been asked before, there is actually a tour bus that leaves from SF to the Vacaville outlets. I noticed it while there last month, and it caters toward Chinese-speaking tourists pretty sure everyone in the group was Taiwanese. I'm not sure who one can call to book a seat, but if anyone's interested in the future, a visit to one of the travel agencies in Chinatown might be helpful.