Japan’s global apparel retailer UNIQLO launched its new store in Taman Bungah, Penang recently.

This exciting addition to the UNIQLO family, located in Tree Square, not only marks the first roadside store in Penang but also signifies a significant milestone for UNIQLO’s presence in Penang.

The opening of this store brings the brand closer to the local community in Taman Bungah and surrounding areas. Tree Square, where the store is situated, is a well-known shopping and dining destination, making it an ideal location for UNIQLO to establish a presence.

This spacious and modern store offers a wide range of UNIQLO’s high-quality and comfortable LifeWear clothing, catering to men, women, and children. Shoppers can explore the latest seasonal collections, including versatile basics, innovative activewear, and stylish casual wear.

Spanning 12,500 square feet, this new roadside store, strategically located in Tree Square, aims to further enhance shopping convenience for the local community. The space is thoughtfully designed for accessibility, with no steps or stairs, making it easier for families with strollers, the elderly, individuals with disabilities, and children to access their favorite UNIQLO apparel at any time.

The grand opening was graced by an esteemed lineup of distinguished guests, underscoring the significance of this milestone event. Satoshi Tokumine, Chief Operations Officer of UNIQLO Malaysia, Tomohisa Kikuchi, Chief Financial Officer of UNIQLO Malaysia, Yeoh Oon Lai, Executive Advisor of Wing Tai Sdn Bhd, Alfred Chew, Executive Director of Boon Siew Group Property, and Chen from Boon Siew Group Property joined hands to commemorate this joyous occasion.

“The opening of the UNIQLO Tree Square roadside store is an important part of our strategic expansion plan in Malaysia. It underscores UNIQLO’s commitment to the local community and represents another step in our mission to make LifeWear accessible to all,” said Yuki Yamada, Group Executive Officer of Fast Retailing and Chief Executive Officer of UNIQLO Malaysia & Singapore.

In line with the brand’s continuous efforts to reduce its environmental impact, the new store also features a Sustainability Corner. Customers at the UNIQLO Tree Square roadside store can participate in UNIQLO’s eco-friendly initiatives, such as recycling unwanted clothing through the RE.UNIQLO program. This program allows customers to drop off their used UNIQLO clothing for recycling, contributing to a more sustainable fashion industry.

The opening of this store reaffirms UNIQLO’s commitment to bringing LifeWear to more people in Malaysia, offering quality and comfort for everyday living. Whether customers are looking for wardrobe essentials, active wear, or the latest fashion trends, the UNIQLO Tree Square roadside store has something for everyone.