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Somewhat disappointing. Although it has a number of brand names that Singaporeans are crazy over, the shops are small and the varieties are limited.
First thing, it's not made clear in Viator that you will need to go to the Travel Agents to redeem your tickets before boarding the bus. There is only one bus there and one bus back so you may find that time is limited or in our case, too much time to waste before the return bus. The centre is a lot smaller than the US equivalents and unless there is a sale on there doesn't seem to have many bargins. The prices shown states that it is lower than the RRP but didn't find any bargins at all. The shops itself are quite small and some of the high end shops are very pretentious and you will need to queue outside before being let inside. Especially Prada, and Hugo Boss (which only had one customer in the whole shop but we were made to wait outside). Maybe we weren't dressed in a particular way but we didn't bother in the end, and the same with some other potential customers too! It is a whole day out, so unless you have nothing else better to do in and aound Milan or it is the sales season, it's probably best to leave off your agenda.
I expected restaurants that could offer food for highly allergic people, and also more other shops rather just clothing stores.
This tour was well organised and very punctual. The reason I only gave it a 2 star rating was absolutely nothing to do with the company, but I personally have found other outlets to be much better in terms of variety. All in all a quite pleasant experience though.