Reopened shopping centre sports new look and feel

The Kids Republic 
section in Aeon Tebrau City is the largest in any Aeon in Malaysia.

The Kids Republic section in Aeon Tebrau City is the largest in any Aeon in Malaysia.

JOHOR BARU: Aeon Tebrau City, the biggest Aeon store in Malaysia, has reopened after months of refurbishment. It now has a new look and better shopping options.

The refurbishment saw multiple sections as well as its Delica food hall being upgraded.Delica, its one-stop deli, has ready-to-eat light bites and easy preparation meals featuring Japanese cuisine such as sushi and assorted tempuras to pizzas, cooked meats, hot snacks, assorted sandwiches and salads. Shoppers can also purchase fresh imported ingredients from the supermarket and have them cooked on-the-spot. In addition, it is the first Aeon to offer charbroiled meals.

Part of the food hall, called C’est La Vie, is devoted to non-halal foodstuff imported from Japan, Taiwan and Korea.

There’s also a C’est La Vie standalone non-halal café, a first in any Aeon in Johor.

As customers head to the next floor, they will be greeted with its new “Glam Beautique” concept where the Ladies’ and Men’s fashion sections, as well as the beauty section have been combined for easier browsing.

Located on the floor above the fashion and lifestyle sections are the Kids Republic and Home Living sections. This is where customers can browse for electrical goods, audio and visual products, along with any products they may need for their homes, while shopping for toys, clothes and products for their children.

The Kids Republic here comes with an activity space and products for mother care. It is also the largest Kids Republic section in Malaysia.

“The refurbishment of Aeon Tebrau City was done to not only refresh the aesthetics of the store, but to give our customers a more intuitive shopping experience,” said Aeon Co. (M) Bhd managing director Shinobu Washizawa.

“It is more complete in the sense that every section has been planned to showcase and sell products that complement each other.

“For example, the ‘Glam Beautique’ concept on the first floor allows a person to shop for fashion before moving on to personal grooming products.”