Don Don Donki to open Malaysia's first store in LOT 10 by 2021

KUALA LUMPUR (July 20): YTL Land will be bringing in the first Japan brand specialty store Don Don Donki by early 2021.

The street-fronting store spread across three floors will anchor the brand new entrance of Lot 10 – itself to be completed by last quarter of 2020, which will welcome shoppers directly from the entrance of the Bukit Bintang MRT station fronting the mall.

It will be owned and operated by Pan Pacific Retail Management (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, the Malaysian sub-subsidiary of Pan Pacific International Holdings listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, which owns and runs the famous discount store chain Don Quijote in Japan.

YTL Land & Development vice president Joseph Yeoh said that they are thrilled to welcome the maiden foray of Don Don Donki into Malaysia at Lot 10.

"The new store with its blue mascot will be vibrant and colourful with a diverse offering of Japanese products and much more. Pan Pacific Retail Management is strategic in choosing our iconic mall for its unbeatable location to attract not just the locals but also to capture the heavy tourist traffic from the dense cluster of hotels in and around Bukit Bintang. Its dynamic concept is an excellent addition to our tenant mix which reinforces our mall’s youthful vibes of Meet, Play, #LoveLot10. We’ve seen the organic and viral buzz in recent days discussing this upcoming opening and are delighted by the excitement among Don Don Donki fans. We cannot wait for it to open too,” said Yeoh in a press statement today. 

The Don Don Donki concept offers a diverse range of affordable Japanese and globally-sourced products.

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