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12 Furniture Factory Outlets In JB To Visit On Your Next Road Trip To Furnish Your Entire BTO On The Cheap

28 August 2023 | BY

These 12 furniture stores in JB sell beautiful, affordable furniture that makes your trip worthwhile so you can revamp your BTO without breaking the bank.

For Singaporeans who plan to buy their furniture in Malaysia, looking for shops within your budget and figuring out the distance you’re willing to travel can be overwhelming. 

If you’re at a loss, we’re here to help you. Here are 12 furniture factory outlets in and around Johor Bahru that are worth travelling for to furnish your entire home on the cheap.

1. Miki Curtains & FurnishingFree quotation, design & installation for Singaporeans

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Miki Curtains & Furnishing offers free quotation, design and installation for locals and Singaporeans. Apart from curtains and accessories, you can also find up to 5 different types of blinds, including Venetian, Vertical, Bamboo, Roman, and Roller. They also sell wallpapers and cushion covers, so you can save time by buying all these items from the same shop.

Travelling by car to this shop from Singapore would take about 45 minutes from Woodlands Causeway.

Address: 14, Jalan Sutera 3, Taman Sentosa, 80150 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: Mon & Tue, Thu-Sun 10am-7pm (Closed on Wednesdays)

Travel time from Causeway: 45 min

Contact: Miki Curtains & Furnishing website

2. Tampoi Lighting Center – Indoor & outdoor light fixtures

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Founded in 1994, Tampoi Lighting Center offers a huge range of light fixtures, including both indoor and outdoor, with bulbs of three different colour temperatures to suit the mood of your room. You can find smart bulbs sold here, which allow you to control the colour and brightness through your smartphones. 

Tampoi Lighting Center also sells water heaters, fans, doorbells, and switches at 3 of their different outlets spread across Johor Bahru. But for Singaporeans, the Kangkar Pulai outlet is the closest as it only takes 24 minutes by car from the Woodlands Causeway.

Address: No. 60 & 62, Jalan Enau 15, Taman Teratai, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10am-9pm | Sun 11am-9pm

Travel time from Causeway: 24 mins

Contact: Tampoi Lighting Center

3. Italhouse Mattress Sofa Factory Outlet – Factory direct business

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Despite the shop being almost an hour away from the Causeway, the Italhouse Mattress Sofa Factory Outlet is worth the trip as you can find mattresses significantly cheaper than the market price. And no, it’s not because they sell second-hand mattresses. Rather, it’s because they make everything in their factory.

Aside from their in-house brand, Italhouse, you can also find other well-known mattress brands, such as Napure and King Koil. Although they specialise in mattresses, the store also offers other furniture such as sofas, chairs, and coffee tables.

Address: 29 Jalan Cemerlang Taman Perindustrian Cemerlang, Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Opening hours: 9am-6pm, Daily

Travel time from Causeway: 42 mins

Contact: Italhouse Mattress Sofa Factory Outlet

4. Booming Plus – Specialist in rattan furniture 

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Rattan fans can head to Booming Plus, located only 30 minutes from the Causeway. Here, you can purchase beautiful, handmade rattan furniture to decorate your home. Booming Plus has everything from seating, mirrors, lighting, and even bassinets.

If you have trouble transporting the furniture back home after shopping, simply arrange for delivery straight to your door. Booming Plus provides delivery service to Singapore for as low as MYR240 (~S$70) per standard item and MYR343 (~S$100) for bulky items.

Address: No 4, Jalan Tiram Sejahtera 1,81800 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm (Closed on Sundays and Mondays) 

Travel time from Causeway: 30 mins

Contact: Booming Plus

5. MUMU Living – Furniture categorised by design themes

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MUMU Living, which is one of China’s top online furniture retailers, has a physical outlet in Johor offering affordable furniture to both locals and Singaporeans. They categorise their furniture series according to themes such as Japanese Muji,” Modern Minimalist,” and Industrial.” 

MUMU Living has almost every piece of furniture you might want, like beds and sofas. Don’t forget to check out their sales, where you can bring home excellent quality furniture without breaking the bank.

Address: 5, Jalan Permas 9/17, Taman Perindustrian Permas Jaya, 81750 Masai, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 10am-7pm, Daily

Travel time from Causeway: 25 mins

Contact: MUMU Living

6. Mi Kuang Furniture – Highly rated by both locals and Singaporeans

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Mi Kuang Furniture is one of the most recommended furniture shops in Skudai, Johor, with a 4.5-star rating on Facebook.

You can find a variety of furniture here with unique features, such as upholstery that’s easy to clean and a leather 3-seater sofa with a power reclining button.

Mi Kuang Furniture offers free delivery to Singapore if you spend more than MYR2,000 (~S$583).

Address: 14, 16, 18, 20, Jalan Titiwangsa 3/1, Taman Tampoi Indah, 81200 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 11am-7pm, Daily

Travel time from Causeway:  24 mins

Contact: Mi Kuang Furniture

7. Boo Furniture – Rustic furniture with solid wood

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Boo Furniture is a must-visit if you love rustic furniture, especially since their Taman Pelangi branch is only 19 minutes away from the Causeway by car.

Specialising in furniture made from premium teak wood, Boo Furniture stocks just about anything, ranging from sofas to bedframes and nightstands to dining tables. They also sell decor items made with solid wood and marble for as low as MYR45 (~S$13).

Address: 306, Jalan Serampang, Taman Pelangi, 80050 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 10am-7pm, Daily

Travel time from Causeway: 19 mins

Contact: Boo Furniture

8. Fella Design – More than 1,000 types of fabric & 100 sofa frames 

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Claiming to be Malaysia’s “Premier Sofa Retailer”, Fella Design has 18 showrooms all over East and West Malaysia. But for Singaporeans, the closest one is their Johor Bahru outlet, an 18-minute drive from Woodlands Causeway.

At any one time, customers can choose from more than 1,000 fabric selections and match them with over 100 sofa frames at any of their outlets in Malaysia. Even the pickiest of people can find something that suits their taste exactly. 

You can also find other furniture here, such as bookcases, desks, and bedframes.

Address: No 2, Jalan Tebrau, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 10am-7pm, Daily

Travel time from Causeway: 18 mins

Contact: Fella Design

9. Big Brain Danga Utama- Sustainable & eco-friendly furniture

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For a more sustainable and eco-friendly choice of furniture, head to Big Brain. Their Natural Signature collection uses teak wood and draws inspiration from Japandi. For MYR297 (~S$86), a double-decker functional table that functions as a TV cabinet and coffee table could be yours.

Big Brain also offers other furniture collections with different aesthetics, such as “New Retro” and “Macaron,” the latter of which was popular in South Korea a few years ago

Address: G-02-03-05-06, Blok A, Persiaran Pertama Off, Persiaran Pertama, Pusat Perdagangan Danga Utama, 81300 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 11am-8pm, Daily

Travel time from Causeway: 28 mins

Contact: Big Brain

10. Teck Seng Furniture – Goodvalue contemporary pieces

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If you’re a fan of contemporary deco, Teck Seng Furniture offers exactly what you are looking for at an affordable price. For as low as MYR1,499 (~S$437), you can add their stylish leather Chesterfield sofa to your home. 

Claiming to offer the best value furniture in town, other pieces of furniture you can find here include mattresses from renowned brands such as King Koil and Vono.

Address: 36, Jalan Utama 45, Mutiara Rini, 81300 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: Wed-Mon 10am-7pm (Closed on Tuesdays)

Travel time from Causeway: 39 mins

Contact: Teck Seng Furniture

11. QQ Furniture – Quality second-hand furniture

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QQ Furniture is a secondhand furniture store located in Johor Bahru. Despite being a thrift shop for furniture, previous clients have written reviews saying the condition of the items is great. Plus, it’s also more affordable. 

You can find just about any type of furniture, from rattan sofas to study desks and even a hospital bed frame. You might even find pieces from well-known brands such as IKEA and Lorenzo if you’re lucky.

Do note that as QQ Furniture only sells used products, you should check the items properly and enquire about the type of material and how long the previous owner used it before it’s sold to ensure that you leave satisfied.

Address: 14, Jalan Satria 2, Taman Perindustrian Jb Perdana, 81300 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: 9am-6pm, Daily

Travel time from Causeway: 34mins

Contact: QQ Furniture

12. The Wood Colony – Variety of natural wooden furniture

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Fans of sturdy furniture made of real, solid wood have to visit The Wood Colony, which is located about 34 minutes away from the Woodlands Causeway. They specialise in handcrafted furniture made of South American Walnut, North American Black Walnut, and African Mahogany. 

Care is taken to preserve the wood’s natural grain, and the live edge tables are particularly eye-catching. So, if you have a keen eye for well-designed wood furniture, check this place out. 

Address: 11, Jalan Ekoperniagaan 2/5, Taman Ekoperniagaan, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Opening hours: Tue-Sun, 11am-7pm (Closed on Mondays)

Travel time from Causeway: 34 mins

Contact: The Wood Colony

Furniture factory outlets in Johor Bahru 

It’s a no-brainer that buying furniture in Singapore would definitely save time in terms of travelling. Still, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with buying furniture from another country, especially when there’s a substantial price difference that translates into major savings. 

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