. Due to tight competition, changing value proposition of customer and shiftingof mall functions become center for leisure purposes, shopping mall developer mustfocus on create shopper satisfaction to influence their post-transaction behaviors. Thisstudy investigates the relationship between mall personality, self-congruity, perceivedquality, shopping value, shopper satisfaction and revisit intention. Two hundredrespondents participated in this study. In order to achieve the aim of this study, SPSS23 and PLS 3 were used. Out of the 15 hypotheses proposed, ten are supported. Aspredicted, mall personality, self-congruity, perceived quality significantly have asignificant effect on shopping value and shopper satisfaction (except perceived qualityhas no effect on shopping value). The findings show that Mall Personality is predictiveof Self-Congruity and Perceived Quality; while Shopping Value can be used to predictShopper Satisfaction. The result indicated that Perceived Quality is not statisticallysignificant affect on Shopping Value. Moreover, Self-Congruity has significant affecton Perceived Quality. In addition, Mall personality, Self-Congruity and PerceivedQuality are not good predictors of Revisit Intention. Finally, the result confirms thatShopper Satisfaction and Shopping Value have a significant effect on Revisit Intention.