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  • 10 Grocery Delivery Services In Malaysia So You Needn’t Leave Your House To Buy Essentials – TheSmartLocal Malaysia

    Online grocery delivery in Malaysia


    With the Movement Control Order recently implemented in Malaysia over the spike of COVID-19 cases, Malaysians have been in a flurry at supermarkets trying their best to prepare for what’s to come while we go into hibernation mode for 2 weeks.  

    Food suppliers are to remain open during this period so there’s no reason to stockpile – but if you want to skip the queues, consider getting groceries from these grocery stores in Malaysia that have online grocery delivery services. That way you’ll be getting your fill of food while practising social distancing from the comfort of your couch. 


    1. Shojikiya – online Japanese grocery delivery



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    If you’ve recently dropped by Ichiran Ramen’s pop-up store in KL and can’t get enough of slurpy noodles while you’re staying at home, you’ll want Shojikiya on your radar. This Japanese food store has over 14 outlets throughout Klang Valley, but you can have the same selection of imported Japanese ramens, snacks, and cooking essentials from their online store. 


    You can find them at major malls such as NU Sentral and 1 Utama, but they have online delivery services too.
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    Avid snackers will find much-needed joy during this period, with all sorts of snacks to keep those hunger pangs at bay as you catch up on the latest Netflix releases. There is a series of Meiji chocolate snacks such as Hello Panda Family Pack (RM28/260g) and Japanese potato chips, as well as Nissin Japanese ramen (from RM4.50) with different flavours. 

    Get Japanese snacks to binge on while you’re working from home or self-quarantining
    Image credit: Shojikiya 正直屋

    You’ll also get 10% off your first online purchase by registering an account with them instead of checking out as a guest. 

    Delivery fee: RM8
    Shop at Shojikiya here.


    2. MyGroser – ready-to-cook meal kits


    Food businesses are staying open only for take-outs and deliveries, which is a relief for those of us who can’t cook. But with all the free time we’ll now have at home, try your hand at cooking by getting ready-to-cook meal kits from MyGroser.  

    This online grocery delivery store has everything you need, from beauty to household products, meat and seafood, frozen packs of nuggets and fishes, and even fresh bakes like bread, cakes and pastries. 


    Salmon rice bowl that you can prepare in 20 minutes
    Image adapted from: MyGroser

    But don’t miss out on their Ready-To-Cook line of Asian and Western dishes, including comfort food offerings of Malaysia-Style Ramli Burger (RM21.70) that feeds up to 4, and fancy plates of Penne Arrabiata (RM21.50) for 2 and Red Pepper Chicken Rice (RM37) for 6. 


    Try out your hand at cooking with MyGroser’s meal kits, which comes with all the ingredients you need for a fuss-free cooking experience
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    These kits all come with sliced vegetables and ingredients measured for you so you can go waste-free. There is also a recipe guide with simple steps to follow, so even beginners can take them on. 

    Delivery fee: From RM8 | Free delivery for orders over RM100
    Shop online at MyGroser here.


    3. Big Box Asia – cashback on all orders



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    Get the most back with your next grocery purchase with Big Box Asia. For every RM100 spent here, you’ll get RM1 back, which you can use on your next order with them. There’s also up to 35% storewide discounts on household products and pantry items such as instant noodles and coffees, and frozen and organic goods. 

    You’ll get the most discounts on their Promotion and Clearance sections, where you’ll find everything from Clorox and premade Brahim ready-to-eat Malaysian meals of nasi goreng ikan and even nasi lemak, to Dutch Lady milk powders and Kettle Brand potato chips. 


    Get discounts and cash back when you shop at Big Box Asia
    Image adapted from: Big Box Asia

    Sign up for an account with them at checkout to get 10% off your first order. You’ll also get a free surprise gift with every order.

    Delivery fee: From RM8 | Free delivery for orders over RM100
    Shop online at Big Box Asia here.


    4. Potboy – free delivery with no minimum purchase



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    Those who left out essentials when making grocery purchases in a hurry, can head over to Potboy. It offers free delivery services with no minimum purchase to its customers. You’ll find everything here – from rice and cleaning products, to pet food, baby diapers and milk formulas.

    And don’t be surprised to see slashed prices on all their products. It sources items directly from suppliers, so you’ll have low prices on goods from them. There’s also a Hot Promotion section, where you’ll find added discounts and offers on instant noodles, canned food, dairy products, and Malaysian-favourite snacks.


    Image adapted from: Potboy

    And if you return your recyclable items purchased from them, you’ll be rewarded with Potboy Gold, which you can use to win goodie bags and freebies – or purchase more items from their store.

    Delivery fee: Free
    Shop online at Potboy here.


    5. GrocerExpress – RM3 next-day delivery in PJ


    Busy-bees in Petaling Jaya who aren’t tech-savvy, get your groceries from GrocerExpress. It has over 1,000 products online, including food, beverages, household, and personal care, from it’s easy-to-navigate website – so you can easily teach your elderly relatives how to order online. 

    GrocerExpress has items clearly listed out under simple columns for a fuss-free grocery spree
    Image adapted from: GrocerExpress

    You can get your fill of basic essentials such as Horlicks, Milo, and Aik Cheong, as well as instant noodles, cooking oils and seasonings, and even rice from here.

    It currently covers 12 zip-codes in PJ, so those with zip codes listed in this area will only have to pay a fee of RM3 for next-day delivery. But do keep in mind and be patient with delays during this time as we are all trying our best to cope with COVID-19. 

    Delivery fee: RM3 for orders placed before 5PM, RM5 for orders placed after 5PM
    Shop at Grocer Express here. 


    6. Redtick – over 10,000 grocery items



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    Those who love cooking won’t have to miss out on their grocery runs while switching to online grocery delivery services with Redtick. It has over 10,000 grocery items, so you can have variations of canned goods, condiments, and even imported Korean ingredients so you won’t be missing out on your usuals or Korean food needs here. 


    Get your fill of Korean ingredients if you find yourself missing out on Korean food while staying at home
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    It also has a Shop Fresh, Shop Big section where there’s up to 23% discount on pantry goods such as packs of Balducci Spaghetti Noodles and Vitagen Twin Packs, and snack offerings of Tomorion Chocolate Pies and Pringles


    Look out for items on sale on Redtick’s online store
    Image adapted from: Redtick

    Place your orders before 1PM  and you’ll qualify for next-day delivery during 6 delivery timeslots between 9AM-9PM. And if you don’t happen to live in the Klang Valley, you’ll have the option of Redtick Plus, which delivers nationwide, but takes up to 1-5 business days for your groceries to be delivered right to your doorstep. 

    Delivery fee: from RM10 | Free delivery for orders over RM150
    Shop online at Redtick here.


    7. The Little Mart – French food for date night at home



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    Travel bans have just been imposed on all Malaysians, and we’re now trying to make do with the dent in our travel plans by staying home and waiting for the worst to tide over to the best of our abilities. 

    But get creative and don’t miss out on your special date night at home by surfing through The Little Mart’s site. This independent online grocer has been importing organic and gourmet French products to Malaysia since 2017, and you can discover some classic French offerings of pate spreads, deli meat cuts that come in platters, and sweet and savoury snacks.


    Order some traditional French offerings straight to your home
    Image adapted from: The Little Mart 

    And you know you’re in for the real thing, as you’ll even find made-in-France household products such as Bic’s crayons and pens, and even pain-killers and ointments from abroad. There’s also a Healthy and Organic section friendly for those with dietary restrictions, with Gluten-free flour and spaghetti and Vegan-friendly options of pasta sauces and bullions for sale. 


    Image credit: @thelittlemartkl

    Delivery fee: RM15 for KL | RM25 for Peninsula Malaysia | Free shipping over RM490
    Shop online at The Little Mart here.


    8. Tesco – nationwide delivery



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    When all else fails, Tesco is the go-to spot for affordable groceries. With the outbreak, we’ll have to skip out on this activity in the meantime – but that doesn’t mean we have to give up on cheap essentials from them with deliveries widely available from Ipoh to KL. 

    You’ll find all your grocery needs, and even affordable electronics from Pensonic and Philips – which is handy once most stores close on 18th March 2020. But it has its own line of Everyday Value products – from Toilet Rolls (RM5.59/10 rolls) and Lemon-scented Cat Litter (RM10.75/5L) to Tempura Chicken Nugget (RM11.99/850g) – that you should look out for to save even more while you’re stocking up.  


    Tesco’s wide range of products produced locally so you can save even more
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    Tesco is also making sure that its delivery workers are looking after their hygiene and sanitising delivery boxes and payment devices as well. And if you’re self-quarantining, let them know and they’ll bag your groceries in plastic bags and leave them at the front door, so we can minimise contact.

    Delivery fee: From RM8
    Shop online at Tesco here.


    9. Pantry Express – sundry goods


    Another express online grocer on the list, Pantry Express lets users shop from their wide range of food products and beauty products to household items that you’ll often see at your local sundry. They also sell things in bulk, such as Malaysian faves Hup Seng Wholemeal Crackers (RM49.70) and Sin Sing Kopi O Bags (RM28.90/100 sachets)


    Find items that you’ll see at your local sundry on Pantry Express
    Image adapted from: Pantry Express

    There’s a minimum purchase requirement of RM80, so make the most of it by stocking up on everyday items in your house while you’re shopping, such as antibacterial handwash, laundry detergent, 3-in-1 beverages, and even painkillers. 


    Purchase antibacterial handwash to keep those germs at bay
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    They deliver to over 42 areas in Klang Valley, so you can make full use of their online services and stock up all in one go. Click here to see if they deliver to your area. 

    Delivery fee: From RM8 in Klang Valley
    Shop online at Pantry Express here.


    10. MYDIN – buy in bulk


    MYDIN is a Malaysian favourite for their affordable prices and items in bulk that save us on any extra grocery runs during the week. But with stockpiling only causing a domino effect, get only what you need with them so you can avoid going out altogether.

    You’ll find local brands of Ayam Brand, Maggi, and A1 for all your canned food, snacks, and cooking needs. And you’ll also get to purchase your go-to items in bulk, so you won’t have to pay twice for delivery fees. 


    Get your items in bulk to save on delivery fees
    Image credit: MYDIN

    There are often major deals on their bulk items as well, where you can save up even more for basic everyday necessities such as hand soaps and body washes. And it also carries pet food so your furkids are taken care of, as well as frozen and fresh groceries and Halal-friendly products


    Image adapted from: MYDIN

    MyDIN currently ships to selected zip-codes within Puchong, PJ, Subang Jaya, and Shah Alam, which you can check out here. But if your address isn’t listed there – you can shop on their official page on PG Mall that delivers anywhere within the Klang Valley. 

    Delivery fee: From RM10
    Shop online at MYDIN here.


    Grocery delivery services in Malaysia


    Grocery stores are staying open so we can fill up our bellies and stay healthy during this time. As staying home is the best option to help contain the spread of COVID-19, do more than just social distancing and take your next grocery run online with these grocery delivery services – especially if you’re not feeling well and can’t keep up with the snaking queues at grocery stores.  

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    Cover image adapted from: @nanahealthyjourney & Potboy

     

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    7 M’sian Online Grocery Stores With Delivery Services

    ‘Tis the festive season, a time for merriment, friends, family, and more importantly: food.

    But behind every bountiful spread is some unfortunate soul that has to get the groceries.

    If that person is you, we’ve decided to help you out with 7 online grocery delivery services so that you too can just sit back and enjoy the holidays.

    1. MyGroser

    MyGroser is a fully self managed delivery service, from the way they source, pick, pack and deliver.

    They have their own ‘cloud store’ which means they don’t source their goods from existing stores, but their own physical store, complete with its own cold storage rooms and a bakery.

    While you can’t actually visit and shop there, the cloud
    store ensures that their 9,500 products are kept fresh and clean.

    A selling point is their Ready To Cook section that offers Western and Asian inspired meal kits so that you start cooking for the family immediately without all the hassle of planning your recipes.

    Currently, they are offering promotional festive products until December 31, 2019, including Christmas decorations, wine, and of course, more festively themed meal kits.

    They can do same day deliveries at select delivery timeslots, 7 days a week from 9AM to 9PM, including Public Holidays unless specified. However, their services only cover the Klang Valley.

    Deliveries fees are
    based on weight:

    • Up to 35kg – RM8.90
    • 35kg and above – RM12
      (For consumer accounts)
    • 35kg and above – RM15
      (For business accounts)

    They accept direct bank transfers, debit and credit cards but not cash on delivery.

    You can also order through their app available on both Google Play and the Apple App Store.

    2. Potboy

    Potboy sources over 10,000 grocery and household products directly from suppliers.

    But what really sets them apart is you can turn over your recyclable goods to them for store credit called Potboy Gold.

    With Potboy Gold, you apply discounts to your purchases or redeem prizes.

    Image Credit: Potboy website

    If you’re in a charitable mood, you can also purchase groceries for children and elderly shelters, which will be delivered bi-weekly on your behalf. It certainly would be a very Christmas thing to do.

    Funnily enough, Potboy skipped over Christmas in terms of promotions and have already started on a Chinese New Year sale. This mostly involves discounts on bulk order drinks.

    Potboy only delivers to select areas in the Klang Valley. Expect your delivery within 3 to 5 working days, not counting Sundays and Public Holidays.

    They accept all sorts of payment options including payment on delivery, e-wallets, debit/credit cards and direct bank transfers.

    And guess what? There are no delivery fees.

    3. HappyFresh

    Left your grocery shopping to the last minute? Just go on HappyFresh’s website or app (available on Google Play and Apple App Store) and book yourself your own personal shopper that will pick out and deliver your groceries to you in under 1 hour.

    Image Credit: HappyFresh website

    Based on your address, HappyFresh is able to list out nearby supermarkets (like Village Grocer and Tesco) and speciality stores (like organic food and pet stores).

    They deliver within Klang Valley, Penang and Johor, and on 7 days a week including public holidays, between 10AM and 9PM, depending on the opening hours of the stores they work with.

    There is a minimum spending amount of RM50 but it can vary
    depending on the store.

    Service fees are based on your distance from the store,
    starting at RM3 with an additional RM1 per km. This can also vary depending on
    demand.

    They accept credit/debit cards as well as cash on delivery.

    4. TheLittleMart

    When Pierre, the French owner and co-founder of TheLittleMart, arrived in Malaysia in 2014, he could not find his favourite products in our local stores, so he started his own online store for the resale of French food products.

    Image Credit: TheLittleMart Facebook

    If you want to add some European flair to your Christmas dinner this year, check out their selection of imported cheeses, sweets and gourmet foods such as caviar, escargot and foie gras.

    TheLittleMart delivers every day except on Sundays and select holidays between 9:30AM to 12 noon and 2PM to 5PM.

    Delivery times and fees are:

    • 48 hours within Kuala Lumpur – RM15
    • 3 to 7 days for the rest of West Malaysia – RM25
    • 15 days for East Malaysia – RM70

    They accept credit cards and online bank transfers.

    5. Signature Market

    Why not go organic this year?

    Sure, organic products have the reputation of being expensive (thanks marketers!) but that’s not always the case.

    Signature Market buys over 500 organic products directly from manufacturers, which means customers can enjoy discounts up to 50%, with no retail markups.

    Image Credit: Signature Market Facebook

    For example, 500g of stingless bee honey or “Kelulut Honey” can be found for around RM120 to RM200, but on Signature Market, it has been discounted down to RM99.

    Other products include nuts, dried fruits, cookie, honey, powder beverages and even bath essentials.

    They are open 24/7 and deliver nationwide within 7 to 10 working days. There is a flat RM10 shipping fee for all orders, but you will get free delivery if your order is RM100 and above.

    You can pay via credit/debit card, online banking and e-wallets.

    6. Everleaf

    Everleaf was founded to support the conversion of conventional farms to natural ones. They actively encourage chemical farmers to adopt organic farming methods and to work towards organic certification.

    Image Credit: Everleaf Facebook

    Everleaf gives you access to this network of local farmers
    and their produce, which are mostly vegetables and fruits

    They update their list of available produce every Thursday,
    which you can have delivered by next Monday, fresh from the farm.

    Right now, they only serve the Klang Valley area. The delivery fee is RM8 but orders above RM99 get free delivery.

    To place your order, download their app on Google Play and the Apple App Store.

    They accept both credit/debit cards and online banking for payment.

    7. Redtick

    With only two grocery delivery services on this list that deliver nationwide, I thought I’d include another one.

    Redtick delivers all manners of grocery goods from fresh produce, baked goods, beverages, household goods and even health and beauty products.

    Image Credit: Redtick Plus website

    While at first glance, Redtick appears to only deliver to KL, PJ, Seri Kembangan, Putrajaya and Puchong, they actually have an additional service named Redtick Plus which delivers all over Malaysia.

    However, do note that Redtick Plus only delivers a limited selection of dry food as well as health and beauty products.

    Redtick delivers between 9AM to 9PM during select 2-hour time slots. Place your order before 1PM if you want next-day delivery, otherwise you will need to wait an extra day.

    The delivery fee is RM10 to RM15 depending on the delivery
    timeslot selected. You can get free delivery for orders over RM150.

    Redtick Plus will take 1 to 5 working days, and will be shipped to you via their logistics partners such as GDEX ad DHL.

    Shipping fees for Redtick Plus is RM8 for the first item and
    an added RM2 for each additional item.

    They accept credit/debit cards, online banking and cash on delivery.

    -//-

    Of course, you can also order groceries from more familiar big name brands like Tesco, Jaya Grocer, and Mydin.

    Or you could use the festive season as an excuse to turn this chore into a nice little family outing and go out shopping together.

    However you want to bring the turkey home, groceries have never been easier with the increasing number of delivery services out there. So don’t let prepping for the holidays stop you from enjoying it.

    Featured Image Credit: MyGroser Facebook

    27 Grocery Stores with Online Delivery in Malaysia for 14 Days of Movement Control

    With the implemented movement control in Malaysia, it is vital for everyone to stay home during the 14 days. Let’s face it, not all of us would have stocked up to last the entire two weeks. While going out for groceries is allowed, you also have the option to do online grocery.

    Here are a list of online grocery stores you can use that let you get your shopping done without having to step out of your home.

    *Note that same day delivery is subject to availability.

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    Everyday Essentials

    1. Tesco Online

    Tesco needs no introduction! Our friendly neighbourhood store has a range of fresh produce and home products across various cities in Malaysia, with all kinds of promo deals available each day.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley, Penang, Johor Bharu, Seremban
    Delivery Time: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM, daily
    Fastest Availability: Next day delivery & Pick Up available
    Note: Currently they have a limit of 3 units per item to ensure stock is available at all times
    Website: Tesco

    2. Happy Fresh

    If you’re looking for somewhere close, Happy Fresh lets you select supermarkets such as Tesco, Giant, Village Grocer, Mercato, Oliver’s Gourmet and Mydin. They also have specialty stories like BMS Organics, ZenXin Organic, Aeon Wellness and even Pet Lovers Care – depending on where you live.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley (Selected Areas)
    Delivery Time: Depends on opening hours of the stores, typically between 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: Same day delivery available
    Website: Happy Fresh

    3. Redtick / Redtick Plus

    Need it in 24 hours? Redtick works round the clock and delivers anything from fresh produces to household products, baby goods, confectioneries and organic products.

    Delivery Coverage: Mainly in Klang Valley (Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur, Seri Kembangan and Puchong), but Nationwide Available
    Delivery Time: 6 slots between 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: Next day delivery available, Nationwide Delivery is between 1 – 5 days
    Note: Order must be placed by 1:00 PM to have it delivered the next day. Orders placed after 1:00 PM will be delivered the day after next.
    Website: Redtick (Klang Valley), Redtick Plus (Outside Klang Valley)

    4. Mydin

    From frozen food to fresh produce, toiletries to household essentials, Mydin helps you skip the queue. Bargain hunters, take note! You can often find online super saver promotions here!

    Delivery Coverage: Subang Jaya, Puchong, Shah Alam, Petaling Jaya, Kota Damansara
    Delivery Time: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: Next day delivery & Pick up available
    Website: Mydin

    5. Mygroser

    MyGrocer specialises in delivering fresh groceries, such as fresh meat, dairy, vegetables, fruits, frozen food, and dry food, on top of premium products and basic essentials. They even have their own physical store, cold storage rooms and bakery.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley
    Delivery Time: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: Same day delivery available
    Website: Mygrocer

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    6. Pantry Express

    While Pantry Express positions itself as an office pantry supplier, it also delivers your grocery shopping straight to your door step. It mainly supplies basic necessities, household items, health essentials and beauty products.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley
    Delivery Time: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: Next day delivery available
    Note: Minimum RM50 order, free cancellation within first 3 hours upon order
    Website: Pantry Express

    7. Potboy

    Potboy is a homegrown brand for replenishing groceries and other essentials. It takes around 3 – 5 days for delivery, but the best part is that there are no delivery fees. You can also purchase goods to donate to the needy, which will be sent to shelters and homes in Klang Valley.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley
    Delivery Time: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: 3 – 5 days delivery
    Note: No delivery fees
    Website: Potboy

    8. Youbeli

    Youbeli has a grocery section which mostly supplies dry food. It’ll come in handy when you need your stock of instant noodles, biscuits, snacks, organic products, cereals and beverages.

    Delivery Coverage: Nationwide
    Delivery Time: Working hours
    Fastest Availability: 1 – 5 days delivery
    Website: Youbeli

    9. Big Box Asia

    Here’s another way to get your essentials without stepping out from the house. Get Big Box Asia to send over your groceries, basic essentials, snacks, baby products and more.

    Delivery Coverage: Nationwide (dry goods only)
    Delivery Time: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: Delivery and pick up available
    Note: Frozen and chilled items limited to Klang Valley; Free delivery for purchases over RM100
    Website: Big Box Asia

    10. GrocerExpress

    Grocer Express mainly does delivery in Petaling Jaya, with a range of offerings including beverages, food items, kitchen essentials and household goods.

    Delivery Coverage: Petaling Jaya
    Delivery Time: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: One-day delivery available
    Note: Fee starts from RM3
    Website: GrocerExpress

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    More Than Groceries

    11. LalaMove

    Lalamove doesn’t just deliver groceries, you can also get them to send over documents, parcels, furniture, takeaway food and even your basic medical supplies.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley
    Delivery Time: Working hours
    Fastest Availability: Same day delivery available
    Note: Fee from RM5 onwards
    Website: Lalamove

    12. Bungkusit

    If you need any daily tasks done, try Bungkus It. Their roadies can act as personal assistants and help you buy stuff from shops, roadside stalls, and restaurants – delivering them right to you.

    Delivery Coverage: Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Johor, Penang, Melaka and Negeri Sembilan
    Delivery Time: n/a
    Fastest Availability: One-day delivery available
    Note: Fee starts from RM5
    Website: BungkusIt

    13. Grabmart

    If you have been using Grab for transportation and food delivery, you can also use it to deliver other goods such as groceries, health supplies, package food and so on.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley
    Delivery Time: n/a
    Fastest Availability: One-day delivery available
    Note: Fee starts from RM5
    Website: Grabmart

    Organic Products

    14. Signature Market

    Photo: Malaysian Flavours

    Signature Market sells healthy organic products such as nut mixes, organic grains, cookies and gourmet snacks.

    Delivery Coverage: Nationwide
    Delivery Time: Working hours
    Fastest Availability: 7 – 10 working days delivery
    Note: Free delivery for over RM100
    Website: Signature Market

    15. Everleaf

    Support local farmers that harvest fresh farm produce! Everleaf’s mission is to convert local chemical farmers to embrace organic farming. They work with the likes of Sheng Kit Farm (which supplies vegetables from Cameron Highlands), Tai’s Choice @ GK Farm, Grusonn Wellness (cultivates local mushrooms), Hoho Fruit Vege Park (family run farm in Batang Kali), ML Food (home brewed soy sauce) and Mini Green (microgreen grower).

    Delivery Coverage: Nationwide
    Delivery Time: Working hours
    Fastest Availability: 4 – 5 working days delivery
    Note: Free delivery for over RM100
    Website: Everleaf

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    16. Organic Express

    From grains to fresh vegetables, antibiotic free eggs, sea salt and gardening tools, Organic Express supplies plenty of locally-grown produce to your doorstep so you can keep up with your healthy diet.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley and Penang only
    Delivery Time: Working hours
    Fastest Availability: 3 – 5 working days delivery
    Note: Orders to Johor, Malacca and Negeri Sembilan not available during this period
    Website: Organic Express

    17. TM Organic Farms

    TM Organic Farm makes weekly drop offs to customers, and their organic boxes come with a selection of goodies! Packed with seasonal and organically grown vegetables, their themed boxes include the Organic Asian Box, Organic Western Box, Organic Fruit Box, and Free Range Kampung Chicken.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley
    Delivery Time: Working Hours
    Fastest Availability: Weekly delivery, typically on Monday
    Note: RM20 one-time delivery fee for weekly cardboard boxes
    Website: TM Organic Farms

    18. Why Not Organic

    Specialising in seeds to shelves, they sell organic dietary supplements, herbs, spices, spreads, condiments, teas and snacks. A nice way to give yourself a little boost of positivity!

    Delivery Coverage: Nationwide
    Delivery Time: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM (selected days)
    Fastest Availability: 1 – 7 delivery days
    Note: RM20 one-time delivery fee with weekly delivery
    Website: WhyNotOrganic

    19. BMS Organics

    You might have noticed this retail chain in shopping malls selling organic goods (and probably have tried their vegetarian meals in the cafe), but did you know that they also do delivery for various organic brands? That’s a good way to shop and support local growers and producers.

    Delivery Coverage: Nationwide
    Delivery Time: Working hours
    Fastest Availability: 3 – 6 delivery days
    Website: BMS Organics

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    20. Love Earth

    Want something to help you snack healthy while you work from home? Leave the fridge alone and go organic. Love Earth is where you can get organic snacks such as nuts, raisins, beans, spices, condiments and raw materials.

    Delivery Coverage: Nationwide
    Delivery Time: Working hours
    Fastest Availability: City areas in West Malaysia (2-3 working days), Outside city in West Malaysia (3 – 5 working days), East Malaysia (5-7 working days)
    Website: Love Earth

    Fresh Seafood

    21. My Seafood Mart

    For over 20 years, their seafood are caught in the morning at Pulau Ketam, so you can imagine that they arrive at your doorstep pretty fresh! Apart from fishes, they also have shellfish and smoked fish. The seafood is sold according to weight.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley
    Delivery Time: 2:00 PM to 8:00 pm daily
    Fastest Availability: Depends on area
    Website: My Seafood Mart

    22. My Fishman

    My Fishman supplies fresh catches to your home, with over 50 types of fishes and shellfish found in Malaysian waters to choose from, including pomfret, flower crab, prawns and sotong. If you’re thinking of having steamboat, they even have steamboat packages and homemade sauces.

    Delivery Coverage: Nationwide
    Delivery Time: Between 11:00AM – 7:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: Wed to Sat each week
    Website: My Fishman

    23. Fish For It

    Here’s another place to source fresh seafood! Straight from the Straits of Melaka, the wild-caught seafood here are flash frozen within sealed vacuum packaging and brought from dock to door in 48 hours.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley mostly but nationwide possible
    Delivery Time: Within 48 hours
    Fastest Availability: Within 48 hours
    Website: Fish for It

    24. Mutiara Bersatu Barang Dapur Basah Delivery

    Photo: Mutiara Bersatu Facebook

    If you are based in Penang, you can take a look at Mutiara Bersatu. They supply a number of Malaysian fishes such as pomfret (bawal), barramudi (siakap), sardine, torpedo scad (cencaru), blackfin scad (pelata) and more.

    Delivery Coverage: Penang except Balik Pulau, Teluk Bahang and Batu Feringghi
    Delivery Time: After 6:00 PM
    Fastest Availability: After 6:00 PM
    Note: RM3 delivery
    Website: Mutiara Bersatu

    Deluxe Delivery

    25. Bonfisken Seafood Market

    Bonfisken Seafood Market sells frozen seafood, and they are well-packaged and vacuum sealed to last for up to 5 months. All you need to do is thaw them out overnight. Seafood you can get include cold-smoked salmon, smoked salmon with flavours, frozen raw fishes, marinated fishes, salmon terrines and so on.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley
    Delivery Time: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Mon – Fri
    Fastest Availability: Within 2 working days from order submission (Order by 3pm on weekdays, or 1pm on weekends)
    Note: RM50 for orders below RM300. Free delivery for orders above RM300.
    Website: Bonfisken Seafood Market

    26. The Little Mart

    You may not be able to travel to France right now, but you can have a bit of France come to you! The Little Mart imports French sourced items including organic and fair-trade food. They also have a number of baby products, toiletries and stationary.

    Delivery Coverage: Nationwide
    Delivery Time: 2 slots (9:30 AM – 12:00 PM and 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM)
    Fastest Availability: 48 hours (Kuala Lumpur), 3 – 7 days (West Malaysia), About 15 days (East Malaysia)
    Website: The Little Mart

    27. Drinkies

    Photo: Drinkies Facebook

    If you need a little pick-me-upper like a beer, cider or wine, Drinkies delivers it within the hour, chilled and ready to be sipped on.

    Delivery Coverage: Klang Valley, Penang, Johor
    Delivery Time: 3:00 PM to Midnight, Mon to Sat
    Fastest Availability: Express 60 minutes can be fulfilled, but depends on availability
    Note: Fee starts from RM8
    Website: Drinkies

    Stay Safe and Stay Home to Support Locals

    Let’s all stay home to ensure that we can combat the Covid-19 outbreak together! Remember to wash your hands, practise good hygiene, monitor your health and limit your movement. If you need any groceries, try your best to order online or only go out when necessary.

    In the meantime, you can follow us on our social media for more updates.

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      Malaysian online grocery player Jocom lists in Singapore

      Singapore’s first regulated private securities exchange and a member of leading integrated private market ecosystem CapBridge Financial, today announced the direct listing of Jocom International Holdings, operator of leading Malaysia-based M-commerce platform JOCOM. The JOCOM mobile app connects over 500 vendors providing over 15,000 products with about 3 million customers across the whole of Malaysia.

      About 26.7% of JOCOM total shares outstanding were listed on 1X at an aggregate value of S$5.6m. The 1X listing process was conducted entirely online and facilitated by the CapBridge platform.

      Mr Joshua Sew, CEO of JOCOM, said, “In the past year, the demand for our integrated M-commerce solution has grown exponentially across both consumers as well as merchants and vendors.

      JOCOM has enabled traditional businesses to tap on the power of digital technology to engage existing and new customers, connecting many rural farmers and traders with affluent consumers seeking quality products in a convenient way. With this listing on Singapore’s 1Exchange, we look forward to going further to serve our shareholders, customers, and partners with even more innovative mobile commerce solutions.

      Mr Choo Haiping, CEO of 1X, said, “We are pleased to welcome JOCOM, Malaysia’s fastest-growing mobile commerce platform. For many customers, JOCOM’s specialist mobile app has been a reliable, convenient, and efficient one-stop-shop for their groceries and lifestyle needs. JOCOM has also contributed greatly to the digital transformation of many traditional businesses in Malaysia, through its accessible mobile commerce solutions. JOCOM can count on the 1X platform as it continues on its growth journey.”

      Based in the global financial hub of Singapore, 1X is the first regulated private securities exchange with a Recognised Market Operator license granted by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”). 1X is part of CapBridge Financial, backed by Singapore Exchange (“SGX”), SGInnovate, South Korea’s Hanwha Investment and Securities Co, Hong Kong’s Cyberport Macro Fund, and AMTD Digital.

      Mr Mohamed Nasser Ismail, Senior Vice President and Global Head Equity Capital Markets, SGX, witnessed the listing and added, “As a strategic partner and shareholder of 1X, SGX is pleased to witness the continued interest by many growth companies to seek a listing on the private exchange. I am heartened at the listing of JOCOM, which adds to the vibrancy of the broader capital markets and provides shareholders and other interested investors a market for tradeable private equities. We look forward to supporting JOCOM and other such companies to prepare for an eventual public listing when they are ready.

      The direct listing on 1X was marked by a virtual gong-striking ceremony this morning, attended by representatives from JOCOM, placement agent CapBridge Pte Ltd, trust administrator Equiom Singapore, as well as a strategic partner and shareholder SGX.

      On 1X, private companies and funds have the flexibility to list a portion of their shares in the form of tradeable private equities. A direct listing on 1X enables companies to simply convert their existing shares to tradeable shares, in a cost-effective and efficient manner. This regulated asset class traded on 1X provides investors additional portfolio diversification with higher-than-market returns potential while giving shareholders options for exits.

      90,000 Malaysia closed entry to all foreigners

      17.03.2020

      This is reported by the Office of the Prime Minister of Malaysia. The measure began to operate today, on the night of March 17. There is no time limit for the end of the ban.

      Due to the sharp increase in the number of cases of the COVID-19 virus in the country (190 new cases on March 15 alone, 125 new cases on March 16), the government has introduced a number of measures that should limit the spread of infection, according to the office of the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

      Thus, a complete ban is introduced on the entry into the country of all foreigners, for tourist and non-tourist purposes, until further notice. Tour operator ANEX Tour confirmed that the corresponding notification of the country’s closure had been sent to Russian travel companies.

      The Malaysians themselves are also prohibited from leaving the borders of their country; all those who returned were ordered to self-isolate for 14 days.

      A ban on cultural, religious, sports and other mass events is being introduced in the country, mosques and offices of government services and private companies are closed, with the exception of those involved in the life-support cycle of the population.Schools, kindergartens, universities, etc. are closed. Only grocery stores and non-food stores selling vital goods remain open.

      All measures introduced by the Government of Malaysia until further notice.

      Malaysia, according to tour operators, is an interesting and promising exotic Asian destination that does not have direct air transportation from the Russian Federation. The country, according to its tourism office estimates, received less than 80 thousand Russians in 2019 (all purposes of the visit, including transit).Now in Malaysia, according to the ATOR Analytical Service, there can be up to several dozen Russian tourists, including organized and independent ones.

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      90,000 How Malaysia Cope with Coronavirus Panic March 17, 2020

      There are no coronavirus deaths in Malaysia yet. However, in order to prevent a repetition of the situation, as in Italy, the country’s authorities closed the borders and all institutions with a massive stay of people.Alena, a native of Yekaterinburg, who moved to Kuala Lumpur for permanent residence, told JustMedia.ru about the current situation in Malaysia and whether the locals are giving in to panic.

      To date, 553 cases. The latter – just over 300 people – have been discovered over the past two days. There are no deaths, 42 have recovered.

      There is a political crisis in Malaysia. The prime minister resigned, not because of the virus, of course.And the new government is very slow to take measures. Yesterday, the new prime minister made a speech and said that from Wednesday, March 18, the country will be quarantined. Malaysians cannot leave the country, and foreigners cannot enter us.

      Announced the closure of international schools until April 13th. The school at the embassy was closed, local educational institutions are on a planned vacation.

      Everything was calm until yesterday. However, the citywide quarantine has borne fruit.People began to panic and buy everything in stores. I watched that they take toilet paper, rice, pasta, canned food, and then everything else. But while there is no crisis, they have not bought everything.

      There are no Chinese tourists, the city is empty. There are few people in shopping centers. All state cultural institutions were closed until April 30. The Sleeping Beauty ballet, scheduled for April 4-7, will not come to us.

      All companies are closed, except for government agencies, shops and pharmacies.But many companies have moved to work from home. We also closed ourselves off from visitors, but today I will go. Then we’ll see if there is no point in sitting in the office. I’ll think about how to translate the Russian language courses I am doing online.

      People wear masks, but there are hardly any of them in pharmacies. There are also few sanitizers.

      I have children and my husband at home all week, so yesterday I bought vegetables, fruits, eggs, butter, cheese for about a week. There is always pasta and rice. We don’t really eat canned food.I definitely don’t have a year’s supply.

      “Dear friends! The Government of Malaysia introduces the following rules from 18 to 31 March: Complete ban on public events (religious, sports, social, cultural). The closure of all businesses and religious institutions, except supermarkets, grocery markets and convenience stores. Ban on travel abroad for all Malaysians and restrictions on the entry of foreign nationals.Those returning to the country must undergo a medical examination and a 14-day quarantine. The closure of all schools, colleges and universities. The work of public and private institutions will be suspended, with the exception of those related to basic services (water, electricity, energy, telecommunications, post, transport, oil and gas, fuel, information, banks, healthcare, pharmacies, fire and rescue services, ports , airports, security, defense, sanitary services, food supply and retail) ”, – said in the appeal of the Government of Malaysia.

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      From a clerk in Mitsubishi to the richest man in Malaysia – biography of Robert Kuok

      Robert Kuok’s fortune is $ 11.1 billion. Despite this, Quoc is not as famous as other Asian billionaires. During his career, he managed to create several large companies, significantly influenced the development of his native Malaysia, and also became one of the first investors in the economy of the PRC, thereby helping to provoke the “Chinese economic miracle.”

      In addition, Kuok was heavily criticized for supporting actions such as breaking up a student demonstration in Tiananmen Square. All of this creates a prime example of an Asian entrepreneur who started a business from scratch and managed to capture several industries. An entrepreneur who is ready to cooperate with the government, but puts his own interests at the forefront.

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      The early years of Robert Quoc. First business

      Robert Hook Hawk Nien was born in 1923 in the Malaysian city of Johor Bahru.His father Keng Kang Quoc was an emigrant from China who moved to Malaysia in search of a better life. He soon opened a vegetable shop there. Robert was the third son in the family.

      It is believed that Kuok started from scratch and managed to work as a messenger as a child. True, there is information that the family of the future entrepreneur lived well, and his father had a profitable business that he could not expand due to the peculiarities of Malaysia. The country at that time was a British colony, and the local population was oppressed.

      Robert’s father did not know English, but he understood how important it was, so he took care of the education of the children. Robert graduated from a British school, and then Raffles College, considered one of the most prestigious in the country. After Kuoke received an education, the situation in his native country changed – the Second World War began, and Malaysia became part of Japan. Kuok was lucky at the time to find a job as a clerk in the Mitsubishi branch in Singapore.

      Thanks to the Japanese military, Mitsubishi was able to monopolize the rice trade in Malaysia.Kuok did not get lost in Mitsubishi and quickly got the position of head of the rice trade department. He learned a lot during his time at Mitsubishi, gained solid business connections and made a lot of money. All this will ensure his entrepreneurial success in the future.

      According to one of the versions, during the war, Kuok found a way to get the most out of the situation and made his father the main rice distributor in the province of Johor. On the other, he began joint activities with his father after the war.They were involved in the rice trade and the supply of products from Singapore.

      Quoc Sr. died in 1948. Robert, intending to continue his own business with his brothers and cousin, launched Kuok Brothers in 1949 to trade in rice, sugar and wheat flour. According to another version, only one of Robert’s brothers Philip and their cousin became the co-founder of the company.

      In 1952 the Kuokie moved to London. The reason for the move was the death of one of Robert’s brothers, William.The latter joined the Malaysian independence fighters and was killed by law enforcement or the British military. According to one version, William joined the communist revolutionary movement. In any case, Robert did not close his business, but, on the contrary, thought about its expansion, becoming interested in the sugar trade.

      Since he himself did not produce or grow anything, Kuok needed partners. Fortunately, he still had connections with Japanese concerns.The entrepreneur quickly lost the desire to sell rice, as the industry was too competitive, and the profit was questionable. It was necessary to urgently choose a new niche, and in the mid-50s Kuok became interested in sugar production. At that time, there was no sugar factory in Malaysia, but there was where to sell the products.

      He, as before, used the help of Japanese concerns, in particular Mitsui Bussan Kaisha and Nissan Sugar Refinery. The creation of an independent Malaysian state in 1957 came in handy.The returning British lost their position, while opportunities were open to local entrepreneurs. In addition, Kuok had strong connections with his country’s political elite, which certainly expanded opportunities. All this made it possible to successfully enter the sugar business.

      In 1959, Malaya Sugar Manufacturing was established and the first sugar factory in Malaysia opened. With the goal of monopolizing the market, Kuok knew how to approach setting up this business. In particular, representatives of the political elite and other people important to Kuok’s business became shareholders and directors of the company.All this was done to strengthen the position and protect the business. The entrepreneur himself was able to quickly close several outstanding deals, such as buying a large shipment of sugar from India, before it rose in price. At the same time, the government became a partner of the entrepreneur in this transaction.

      Kuok actively invested in new sugar factories. This strategy allowed him to take control of 80% of the Malaysian market in a fairly short period. Moreover, Kuoka’s company controlled 10% of the world market.Detailed information on this success is difficult to find. The thing is that Kuok is not inclined to share his life story with the press or biographers. That is why information about an entrepreneur often comes from third parties who do not know all the features of that period.

      Expansion of the company. Establishing a hotel business

      In the 1960s and 1970s, Kuok’s business grew rapidly, largely thanks to the ever-increasing sugar prices. This, in turn, increased the financial capabilities of the entrepreneur and strengthened his ambitions.Kuok sought to diversify his business, and therefore actively entered new industries. In particular, construction, banking and insurance.

      Initially, he developed a business in his native Malaysia, but soon this country seemed small to him. In the early 60s, Kuok moved its headquarters from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore.
      In 1962, Kuoka’s milling business was established. The company was named Federal Flour Mills (FFM). Over time, it will become a major player in the Malaysian market.In 1968, Kuok created Perlis Plantations Berhad (now a holding of the PPB Group). The company was engaged in the cultivation of sugar cane, the production of sugar and its sale. In 1978 Malaya Sugar Manufacturing became part of this holding.

      An important point in Kuok’s career was the establishment of trade with China. It is believed to have been active in this market as early as the 1960s. Sometimes there are ambiguous figures showing Kuok’s success in China. For example, in 1971 he allegedly sold a million tons of sugar to the PRC.

      The Cultural Revolution could have ended this business. However, officials of the PRC came out to Kuoka, who already then had the nickname “The Sugar King of Asia”, complaining about the lack of sugar in the country. Kuok was ready to help, and even to simplify trade, in the 70s he moved his office to Hong Kong.

      Hong Kong’s laws were more loyal than in Malaysia and Singapore, and trade with China promised great prospects. Thus, the move to Hong Kong was a justified business move, although the entrepreneur did not curtail his activities in Malaysia and Singapore.

      In 1974, Kerry Holdings Limited was established in Hong Kong and gradually developed into one of the largest conglomerates in the region. By the way, initially its name was Sligo Holdings Limited, but Kuok changed it in 1992. It is officially considered a subsidiary of the Kuok Group.

      Its financial performance is difficult to trace due to the peculiarities of Hong Kong legislation, which allows private companies not to disclose profits. Therefore, Kuok’s success in this area can only be assessed by his actions, and he was actively expanding his business in the early 70s.So, in the 1970s, Kuoka’s hotel business was launched, which will eventually grow into the world famous Shangri-La chain. The name is of literary origin. Shangri-La is the land from James Hilton’s Lost Horizon. According to the author’s idea, this fictional country is located in Tibet and looks like paradise, utopia and the kingdom of eternal youth.

      Quoc built the first hotel in Singapore. He was forced to start work in this area by a simple calculation – there were not enough hotels in the city-state at that time, and he had a suitable piece of land.In addition, Kuok, in his own words, understood what a good hotel should be – an entrepreneur at that time managed to live in the best hotels in Europe.

      The fact that Singapore increasingly attracted the attention of tourists also played a role. This meant that a luxury hotel built to the best international standards was bound to become profitable. Despite his belief in success and the availability of money, Kuok did not invest in this business on his own. Local entrepreneurs became his partners. Some sources claim that they have all worked with Kuok in the past.

      Shangri-La Hotel Singapore was opened in 1971. It is difficult to judge what it was like in the first years of its existence. Now it is a five-star luxury hotel with 750 rooms. Shangri-La Singapore is considered the finest hotel in Asia and has hosted the Shangri-La Dialogue, the Asia Security Summit since 2002, bringing together defense ministers, high-ranking military personnel and ministerial leaders from 28 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

      Shangri-La Singapore

      Kuok did not limit this business only to hotels and did not build the next one immediately after the opening of the first.In 1978, Kerry Properties appeared in Hong Kong, which focused on real estate investments. Over time, it has developed into one of the largest operators in the industry, operating in Hong Kong and China.

      Kuok gradually expanded this line of his business. One of his strategies was to create operators working in specific regions. Launched in 1986, Allgreen Properties operated in Singapore and recently entered the Vietnamese market. PPB Hartabina is working in this direction in Malaysia.

      It is impossible not to mention Shang Properties operating in the Philippines. It was established in 1987 as Shangri-La Properties and originally operated local Shangri-La properties. Gradually, the company entered the standard area of ​​work – shopping centers, housing condominiums. Despite the fact that each of these companies is remarkable in its own way, the projects of Kerry Properties are usually of the most interest.

      Although Kuok moved from Malaysia to Hong Kong in the 70s, he continued to influence his home country.There he still had impressive leverage. For example, the country’s prime ministers Hussein Onn and Abdul Razzak were Kuok’s school friends. In addition, the entrepreneur wielded tremendous influence in China, which is economically linked to Malaysia. All this made Kuoka a significant figure in his home country, known for cooperation with the government.

      For example, the Malaysian authorities in the 60s turned to Kuok for help in creating a shipping industry. MISC Berhad was founded in 1968. She was to become the national shipping lines of Malaysia.Kuok agreed to help the government and invested his own money in the company. True, he had no experience in this industry at that time, but he had connections.

      To fulfill the government’s assignment, he provided MISC Berhad with investment and assistance from the major Hong Kong shipowner Frank Tsao Wen King. In addition, members of the local Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry have invested in the company. Quoc served as chairman of MISC Berhad from 1968 to 1979. Together, the task was completed.Kuok did not retain his stake in MISC, but the experience gained was useful to him in his own business.

      In 1973 he created Pacific Carriers, which became the largest dry cargo company in Southeast Asia. In the future, Kuok will continue to work in the shipping industry, expanding its activities to the transportation of petroleum products, liquefied gas and vegetable oils. There are other assets in this direction, including the shipbuilding PaxOcean, which owns six shipyards.Worth mentioning is PACC Offshore Services Holdings, one of the world’s largest offshore service vessel operators.

      In addition, Kuok served as Chairman of Malaysia-Singapore Airlines, owned by the governments of Malaysia and Singapore. You can expand the list of such positions in the biography of an entrepreneur, but the main thing is that Kuok has invested a lot in the development of Malaysia and his influence within the country is undeniable.

      A separate point in the entrepreneur’s career was his relationship with the Chinese government.Kuok never really hid his friendship with the PRC authorities, and several times they helped each other a lot. For example, in the late 1970s, Deng Xiaoping said that in order to restore the economy, the country would need the help of Chinese businessmen living abroad. Kuok did not miss this chance and became the first investor. In the future, such zeal will be rewarded by the government, including the fact that the entrepreneur is ranked among the creators of the so-called “Chinese economic miracle.”

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      In the 1980s, Kuok actively expanded his own business. The second Shangri-La Hotel was built by an entrepreneur in Hong Kong in 1981. Then Kuok began a joint venture with the Malaysian authorities – it was planned to build office space, as well as another Shangri-La Hotel, this time in Kuala Lumpur. At first glance, the idea seemed correct, as Malaysia had problems with hotel infrastructure. But it was not possible to complete construction until 1985, when the construction boom in Malaysia began to subside.

      Shangri-La Kuala-Lumpur, launched in April 1985, was not immediately successful, but in the end it worked quite efficiently. In 1986, a hotel was opened in Bangkok and construction began in Beijing. However, these actions were logical and fit into the concept of business development. Most surprising was the construction of two hotels in the Philippines.

      The site was chosen correctly, but in 1986 the political regime of Ferdinand Marcos was overthrown. A revolution took place in the country, and the unstable situation, to put it mildly, frightened entrepreneurs.Quoc did not see this as a problem and did his own thing, opening two new hotels.

      Kuok has said many times that in order to be successful in business, you need to use all available opportunities and not be afraid of anything. The entrepreneur follows this concept today, achieving business success in an environment that seems to many to be risky. Kuok himself once compared to a chameleon and claimed that he could adapt to anything.

      Quoc has never had any difficulty in establishing good relations with the governments of the countries where he worked.Among his friends were the prime ministers of Malaysia and Singapore, Chinese politicians and many others. At times, thanks to his enormous influence, Kuok even solved diplomatic problems. So, he helped to resolve a possible conflict between Malaysia and Singapore, caused by the imprisonment of a Malaysian businessman in a Singapore prison. Kuok created influence on the world stage, resorting to a strategy of cautious relations with the authorities of Asian countries.

      One of Kuok’s most criticized acts occurred in 1989.Back in 1985, Kuok launched one of his most ambitious projects in Beijing – the China World Trade Center. He was going to build this complex with the PRC government and received a generous investment. In 1989, much of the work was done. Meanwhile, Chinese students began another protest in Tiananmen Square, which the government hastened to suppress with the help of the army.

      China World Trade Center

      A wave of indignation erupted around the world.Japan stopped providing loans to the PRC. Kuok, in turn, for quite logical reasons, supported the Chinese government. In some sources, there is information that Kuok even admired the actions of the PRC authorities, which prevented anarchy. Thus, he once again proved to the Chinese government that he is his supporter, and successfully completed the long-term project.

      It is worth telling a little more about the China World Trade Center. This structure is one of the most famous in China and combines a business center, entertainment complex, two hotels, more than 200 shops, an ice rink, restaurants, eateries, beauty salons and more.The China World Trade Center was commissioned in 1990 and has expanded over the following years. In 1999, the shopping center received a second tower, and in 2009 a third was built.

      In the late 1980s, Kuok was busy not only constructing buildings, but also developing other areas of his business. In 1981, he expanded FFM into an animal feed market. Gradually, the company has grown to five factories in Malaysia, jointly producing 145 thousand tons of feed per hour.

      In the 80s, the entrepreneur entered the retail industry.Kuok invested in the creation of Chujitsu Superstore, the number of which increased to 35 in ten years. However, Kuok’s work in this area was not particularly successful. In 1996, Chujitsu Superstore’s parent company, Perlis Plantations, decided to develop its supermarket chain in alliance with Dutch CRC Ahold. Their joint company was named Tops Supermarket. Despite the fact that the network with this name is successfully operating in Thailand, in Malaysia, things have not gone very well. As a result, due to losses in 2000, Kuok sold his 35% stake to the Dutch and left the market.

      In the 1980s, Kuok also began working with film theaters. In 1987, he formed Golden Screen Cinemas with Hong Kong-based Golden Harvest Interantional. Quoc conceived of her as a theater chain operator in Malaysia. There were no particular problems with the development of this business, and during the 90s Golden Screen Cinemas was the market leader in this country, owning 14 cinema complexes. However, this branch of Kuok’s business is usually not considered super-profitable.

      But the super-profitable niche that Perlis Plantations occupied in the late 80s – the production and sale of palm oil.The beginning of this direction was laid in 1986, when the company created a palm plantation with an area of ​​nine thousand hectares. A year later, 60% of Sapi Plantation was bought, and its area was 14 thousand hectares.

      During the 90s, Kuok continued to expand this direction. First, nine plantations were purchased in Malaysia. Perlis Plantation then expanded to Indonesia, where a ten thousand hectare plantation was also acquired on the island of Sumatra.In 1997, all Malaysian assets in this area were merged into a single company PPB Oil Palms.

      In the early 90s, the Kuok empire flourished, and he himself, despite his considerable age, was in no hurry to step down from the leadership. Kuok Group continued to be a family business, and the entrepreneur was willing to provide children and nephews with the opportunity to work in different areas of his business. Kuok has eight children – seven sons and a daughter. Bo Quoc is officially considered the heir, but Robert is not yet going to retire.

      In 1993, the Indonesian company PT Healthcare Glovindo, specializing in the production of medical latex gloves, was added to the PPB Group. A 40% stake in green design specialist Chemquest was then acquired. Its sphere is complex solutions, advanced technologies, services for water purification, processing of solid household waste. In 1998, the stake in Chemquest was increased to 55%.

      In 1993, The Coca-Cola Company became Kuoka’s new partner.The world famous company was interested in Kuok’s connections in China. The entrepreneur soon formed a bottling venture with Coca-Cola. Kuok then acquired a 9.3% stake in Australian Coca-Cola Amatil, the largest bottler of the world famous brand in the Asia-Pacific region.

      SCMP Group Acquisition

      The alliance with The Coca-Cola Company is usually overshadowed by another important acquisition of the time. In 1993, Kuok bought a 34.9% stake in the SCMP Group conglomerate from Rupert Murdoch for $ 375 million.The latter controlled the Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post, as well as a whole line of Western publications published in this region, including Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar, Maxim, Elle. The main asset was considered the South China Morning Post.

      The reason for Murdoch’s sale of his stake was a combination of several factors: the return of Hong Kong to the PRC in 1997, the anti-Chinese orientation of the South China Morning Post and Murdoch’s desire to gain a foothold in China and please his authorities.Kuok at that time was known for very friendly relations with the Chinese government.

      From a business point of view, the situation was not very simple: on the one hand, it was impossible to change the direction of the South China Morning Post, because there was a risk of losing its audience, on the other hand, attacking the PRC government was fraught with the rest of Kuok’s business. As a result, the entrepreneur had to find a middle ground. Some sources enthusiastically declare that the newspaper retained its focus and continued to speak independently about the policy of the PRC.

      In reality, everything turned out to be not so smooth. For example, in 1995, cartoonist Larry Fein was fired for a comic strip that did not please the PRC government. The case attracted public attention given that Hong Kong was still British at the time. In 2001, journalist Willie Lam lost his job after inadvertently speaking out about Chinese politics. There were also problems with the so-called Tiananmen Papers.

      In 2001, a collection of minutes of meetings of the Politburo of the Communist Party of the PRC was published in the United States.They contained information on how the decision was made to disperse a student demonstration in Tiananmen Square in 1989. In China, they were immediately called a fake. In the Chinese media, the situation was covered in a rather one-sided way, if it was mentioned at all.

      Officials allegedly banned the South China Morning Post from publishing excerpts from documents, advising them to be realistic about editorial independence. However, in the end, the materials with excerpts were still published. The editors of the publication were not unanimous in their opinion.

      Danny Gittings, who worked for the newspaper at the time, claims he was pressured more than once to cover sensitive political topics. He also published excerpts from the minutes. Gittings accuses one of the editors of the publication, Thomas Abraham, that he forbade the release of excerpts, but backed down after protests.

      Abraham himself claims that he opposed publication due to the fact that the collection of documents could be easily obtained in Hong Kong.The publication provided a general overview of the protocols, and excerpts were quoted in the news of the publication of the collection. Kuok cannot be accused of introducing strict censorship, but the entrepreneur has clearly defined the line that cannot be trespassed. In 2015, SCMP Group was sold to Alibaba Group CEO Jack Ma for $ 266 million.

      Business development during the 1990s and 2000s. Sale of part of assets

      In the 90s, Kuok took part in the process of transferring Hong Kong under the control of the PRC. Two factors played a role here – Kuok was respected both in Hong Kong and in the PRC, and therefore, for both sides, the entrepreneur looked like an almost ideal intermediary.The entrepreneur’s involvement in this business is not fully disclosed, but it is usually rated very highly. Confirmation is the appointment of Kuok to the post of adviser to the government of the PRC. For Hong Kong and its people, Quoc has become a kind of guarantor that their lifestyle will not change.

      During the 1990s, Kuok’s portfolio of real estate grew steadily, with new hotels, shopping centers and more specific properties such as the Benxi Hydroelectric Power Station in China, of which Kerry owns 70%.In addition, a number of shopping centers and other facilities have been built in Hong Kong and China.

      Among them, it is worth mentioning the Hong Kong 48-storey residential complex Aigburth, built in 1999. In addition, Enterprise Square, a 24-storey shopping center, was erected in Hong Kong in 1992. As a result, it became part of the eponymous office and shopping complex. The number of real estate built during the 90s significantly strengthened the position of Kuok’s business.

      In the early 2000s, Kuok continued to build up his own assets and reorganize the business.At the same time, he still led a closed lifestyle and rarely appeared in front of the cameras. Age also left an imprint on his behavior – in 2000 Kuok turned 77 years old. Together, these two factors suggest that the entrepreneur has retired, but there is no official information on this. In addition, from time to time, Kuok actively influences the activities of his empire.

      The expansion of the company’s product line was started back in 1999. New businesses sprang up almost throughout Southeast Asia.The first of these became a flour mill and was opened under the direction of FFM in Vietnam. PPB Palm Oil also expanded through the purchase of PT Kerry Sawit Indonesia (owned by the Kerry Group). The area of ​​her palm plantations in Indonesia has grown to more than 100 thousand hectares. This direction will be developed under the direct supervision of Kuok until 2006.

      In the same year, Kuok will take another maneuver by selling PPB Palm Oil Wilmar International for $ 4.3 billion. Instead of an impressive amount, according to sources, Kuok received 32% of the shares of this conglomerate (now the share has decreased to 18.5%).Thus, the assets sold did not leave the Kuok family.

      The founder of Wilmar International and at the same time the head of the company is Robert Kuok’s nephew, Kuok Hu Ong. He worked for the family company and was one of the people who advised Kuok to go into palm oil production. In the early 90s, he started his own business and successfully competed with relatives. Now Robert Kuok actually handed over the management of this line of business to his nephew, being quite confident in his abilities

      This was not the only area from which Robert Kuok emerged in the 2000s.In 2009, the entrepreneur sold his sugar business to Feld Global Ventures for 1.25 billion ringgit. In 2008, Coca-Cola also bought Kuoka’s stake in their joint venture.

      If we evaluate all the industries from which Kuok left during this time, then we can say that his empire has significantly diminished. In total, Kuok got rid of sugar and palm oil production, supermarket chains, media business and a joint venture with Coca-Cola.

      Kuok’s major assets remained under Kuok’s full control: the hotel business, construction operators, shipping and shipbuilding businesses, FFM, a food and beverage company that deals with environmental projects and operates in the chemical industry, Chemquest, as well as Golden Screen Cinemas and a distributor movies GSC Movies.

      Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts has grown to nearly 100 hotels. In 2010, the first hotel in Europe, Shangri-La Paris, opened. In North America, the brand’s first target was Canada, where Shangri-La Vancouver was launched in 2008. In addition, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts has expanded into the Oceania, Middle East and African markets.

      Kerry Properties was also active during this period. One of the largest complexes in Shanghai, Kerry Parkside, was built.It has a shopping center, five-star hotel, office and residential complexes. In addition, back in 2001, the Ocean Point housing complex was opened in Hong Kong.

      In addition to Kerry Properties, the Kuok Group continues to own all other real estate operators. Each of them worked successfully during the 2000s. For example, Shang Properties built The Shang Grand Tower in Makati, Philippines in 2005.

      Kerry Parkside

      There is less information on the rest of the entrepreneur’s assets.It is known that Golden Screen Cinemas has grown to 33 cinemas, remaining the largest operator in this area in Malaysia.

      FFM has significantly expanded its activities in the food sector. In particular, in 2007, a food processing enterprise was established, producing up to 600 thousand tons of frozen food per month. In 2009, a subsidiary company FFM Further Processing Sdn Bhd was established to work in this direction. In 2011, FFM acquired another subsidiary, The Italian Baker.She is engaged in the production of bread and other baked goods.

      These are not all Kuok’s assets, and the list can be significantly expanded. The main thing is that, even after getting rid of some of the companies, the entrepreneur’s empire is impressive in size.

      This year Robert Cuock will be 94 years old. To this day, he retains the title of the richest man in Malaysia. At the same time, due to age, the question of the complete transfer of affairs to the new generation of the Kuok family arises more and more often. Sons are actively working in the entrepreneur’s business, but it is no longer possible to call them young people, because the eldest Bo is already over 60 years old.

      People who know Robert Kuok argue that there is no reason to worry, because the entrepreneur deeply instilled his own business philosophy in his family. True, what will happen to the Kuok Group will be shown by the future, and now the empire built by Kuok is still in the reliable hands of its creator.

      Microsoft Paint on Advertising Screen in Malaysia – Internet at TJ

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      A program with which you can make announcements for every taste.

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      On February 8, Reddit user dmartric posted a snapshot of a billboard for the Berjaya Times Square building in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.Microsoft Paint is open on the billboard: according to commentators, local hackers did it.

      On Reddit, it was noted that the attackers did not have time to draw anything in the program, which makes the screen an “excellent meme platform.” Users of social networks began to invent themselves what should be depicted there.

      “Our billboard software is broken.Sorry!”

      “We are looking for a graphic designer”

      “Decrease [Overwatch Character] Angel’s Stats”

      “See how clean the billboard is? This is a Tide advertisement. ”

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      Popular Destinations in Malaysia

      Malaysia is a beautiful country in Southeast Asia that boasts many travel destinations for travelers.Here you will find several nature parks to quench your thirst for adventure and wildlife. If you want to reach these places without stopping, please bring your International Driving Permit in Malaysia along with your local driving license.

      Come and experience the culture of Malaysia, home to vibrant Kuala Lumpur, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and historical relics from British colonial times. However, before heading to these locations, you should remember that the validity of your international driver’s license in Malaysia is equal to the status of your local driver’s license.

      So what’s the best way to take advantage of these referrals?

      These popular destinations are best for traveling by car. This is why, in addition to your driving license, you need to have an International Driving Permit in Malaysia. These permits are temporarily used as a direct translator of your driver’s license in case court officers stop you at checkpoints and ask for your information. Now the next question: “Where to get an international driver’s license in Malaysia?”

      Obtaining an International Driving License in Malaysia

      Firstly, it is not called an “International Driving License” because no one is authorized to issue one.They are officially called International Driving Licenses and you can get them from an authorized office in Malaysia or even online. The International Drivers Association is the organization that issues international driving licenses (permits) valid in Malaysia and around the world.

      If you are an Indian with an International Driving License in Malaysia, this will be helpful as the IDP acts as your primary translator. IDP allows you to say goodbye to the problems of misunderstanding among travelers, especially those who ask questions about your Malaysian driving license internationally.So, if you are an Indian or any foreign national who drives a car in Malaysia, get an international driving license.

      But what if you lost an IDP in Malaysia or what if it expires?

      Renewing your International Driving License or IDP is easy. Everything you need to renew your International Driving License before traveling to Malaysia by providing the correct photo size, complete address and postcode, paying the correct package price and meeting all basic requirements.Regarding the loss of your IDP in Malaysia, you can order it immediately for free from the International Drivers Association and receive it within 24 hours. All you have to pay for is the shipping cost.

      The validity of your International Driving License for Malaysia depends on the package and the price you purchased. More importantly, the validity of your International Driving License for Malaysia is still subject to the status of your local driving license.

      Now that everything is ready, pack your bags and get your international Malaysia driver’s license online to drive straight to the following majestic destinations.

      Petronas Towers

      For most people, Petronas Tower is the first thing that comes to mind when they hear about Malaysia. These are the tallest twin towers, 452 m high and 88 stories high. The tower is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm and ticket sales start at 8:30 am on a first come, first served basis. Their guided tour will take you to the observation deck, Sky Bridge, and gift shop.

      Getting there by bus or other public transport can be quite tiring.So it would be more ideal to travel in these directions. Before the trip, obtaining an international driver’s license in Malaysia for foreigners is best done in advance in order to better explore the country.

      Directions:
      • Drive to the site via Jalan Hang Tuah.
      • Head east along Jalan Damansara, then continue to Jalan Istan.
      • Take the exit towards Jalan Dewan Bahasa / Jalan Loke Yew / KLCC.
      • Keep right and follow signs for Pusat Bandaraya and merge onto Jalan Bukit Petating.
      • Then turn right onto Jalan Hang Tuah.
      • Turn left onto Jalan Sultan Ismail. On your left, you will pass Hong Leong Bank.

      Driving in Malaysia for foreigners with an international driving license is only permitted with a local driving license. The validity of your IDP in Malaysia depends on your driving license.

      Georgetown

      Georgetown’s most famous tourist destination is the Kek Lok Si Temple.Built back in 1890, it is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia, located at the foot of Mount Air Itam. It is a seven-story pagoda that houses 10,000 Buddha statues and a 36-meter statue of Kuan Yin, the goddess of mercy. The best time to visit the temple is Chinese New Year, when the temple is decorated with thousands of beautiful lanterns.

      Tourists come to Georgetown to visit the Kek Lok Si Temple, but stay for the street life of the place. You can find street art anywhere in the city and food stalls to satisfy your street food cravings.Street festivals are one of the reasons why tourists love this place. For a unique street scene, visit the city during the Georgetown Arts and Culture Festival in August.

      Directions:
      • It takes 3-4 hours to get to Georgetown from Kuala Lumpur.
      • From Kuala Lumpur follow Lebuhraya Utara – Selatan / E1 to Lebuhraya Tun Dr. Lim Chong Eu / Route 3113 in Gelugor.
      • Continue onto Lebuhraya Tun Dr. Lim Chong Eu / Route 3113.Then, drive to Jalan Macalister in Georgetown. Always take IDPs with you in case you need to present them to the authorities. It only takes two hours or 20 minutes to get an IDP from the International Drivers Association.

      Penang Hill

      One of the best vacation spots in Malaysia, with the best skyline views, is located in the state of Penang. Apart from Georgetown, Penang Hill is one of the best places to go for tourists in Penang. Travel to one of the best relaxation spots in Malaysia and take the 2007 meter cable car to reach the top of Penang Hill in about five to ten minutes.If you are planning a trip to Malaysia by car, include Penang Hill on your list.

      Enjoy panoramic views of the islands on the Skyway. You can also hike the 1.6 km trail that leads to rainforests and tropical gardens. You can also try exciting ziplines or take a zipline walk, which is about 40 meters high in the sky. January and February are the best months to visit the Penang Hills, while September and October are the wettest months in Penang.

      Directions:
      • From Georgetown, take Jalan Macalister, Jalan Anson, Jalan Perak, Jalan Macalister and Jalan Residensi to Jalan Sepoy Lines.
      • Turn right onto Jalan Sepoy Lines, then turn right onto Jalan Utama.
      • Continue onto Jalan Kebun Bunga / P208.
      • Drive to 230 Jalan Tuanku Yahya Petra in Bukit Bendera until you reach Penang Hill Upper Station.

      You do not need to obtain a Malaysian driver’s license to drive in the country.Always take your International Driving Permit with you while driving. Although the legal driving age in Malaysia is 17, you cannot apply for an IDP unless you are under 18.

      Perhentian Islands

      The Perhentian Islands are a group of small islands that were once a stopover for traders traveling in Southeast Asia. The place is famous for its clear water, white beaches and jungle. You can tour each island by water taxi, or take the island’s hiking trails.Hiking is highly recommended as you hike the jungle trails and enjoy the stunning views of the water.

      You can enjoy water sports such as snorkelling, scuba diving and kayaking. You can also join turtle conservation programs on the island and see where the turtles lay their eggs. You can even see them in action. It is best to visit the island in summer for beach activities and hiking trails.Getting to the islands between November and March is difficult due to the harsh sea conditions.

      Directions:
      • To get to the islands, you can drive to Kuala Besut, and from there take a ferry or motor boat.
      • From Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Besut follow the E8 to Jalan Kota Baru Kuala Terengganu / Laluan Persecutuan 3 / Route 3 / Ah28 to Kuala Terengganu.
      • Continue on Jalan Kota Bharu-Kuala Terengganu / Laluan Persekutuan 3 / Route 3 / Ah28.
      • Then travel to Jln Kuala Besut / Route 189 at Kampung Kuala Besut, Besut.

      For a better driving experience in Malaysia, obtain your Malaysian International Driving License online from the International Drivers Association and include your full address including postal code. Tourists are not required to take a computerized driver’s license test in Malaysia as long as they have a local driver’s license and IDPs.

      Mount Kinabalu

      Mount Kinabalu, which is 4000 meters high, is one of the safest peaks in the world to climb.You can find Mount Kinabalu in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kinabalu Park. In addition to being famous among climbers, Mount Kinabalu is home to a variety of plants and animals. There are buses near the transport hub of the park that will take you to the mountain.

      Only 180 permits are issued daily, so you need to make reservations and hire a guide to hike up the mountain. The climb can take two days and one night, so bring enough supplies with you.It is best to visit this place during the driest months, as it is difficult to climb the mountains along muddy paths. Also, plan an overnight stay at Kinabalu Park so you have plenty of time to explore the oldest park in Malaysia.

      Directions:
      • Leaving Kota Kinabalu, take the Jalan Tuaran / Jln Tun Hussien Onn / Route 3 / A1 bypass from Jalan Tun Razak, Jalan Tun Fuad Stephen, Jalan Pasir and Jalan Tuaran.
      • Follow Jlin Tun Hussien Onn to Jalan Kinabalu in Kundasang.
      • Drive to Jalan Kinabalu in Kinabalu park.
      • It takes 2 hours to get to Kinabalu Park from Kota Kinabalu. Don’t forget to bring your IDP with you when driving in Kota Kinabalu. If you are unsure how to apply for an International Driving License in Malaysia, you can apply to the International Drivers Association and get your IDP in 20 minutes.

      Sipadan Islands

      Sipadan Islands are the only oceanic island in Malaysia and one of the best diving spots in the world.As part of the richest marine habitat in the world, you can swim with hammerhead sharks, hawk turtles, parrot fish and enjoy fantastic views of the coral gardens. You can also stroll along the white beaches. If you are not diving, snorkeling is an alternative.

      You must make a reservation as only 120 permits per day are allowed on the island. Tourists usually go on a day trip to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.However, all visitors must leave the island at 15:00. However, this is the direction you should keep at the top of your list. The best time to travel to the islands is a dry season from March to October.

      Directions:
      • From Kuala Lumpur, you need to book a flight to Tawau.
      • Once you reach the town of Tawau, head towards Semporna Pier.
      • From Tawau Airport, drive to Jln Tun Hussien Onn / Route 13 / A5 from Jalan Baru Airport.
      • Follow Jln Tun Hussien Onn / Route 13 / A5 and SA51 to Jalan Causeway at Pecan Semporna.
      • Then continue on Jalan Causeway to reach Semporna Pier. From here, you need to take an hour-long speedboat ride to reach Sipadan Island.

      Car rental in Malaysia from car rental companies requires a driver’s license and an IDP. Your IDP has already provided a translation of important information such as the number and name of your driver’s license, so a Malaysian driver’s license is not required.

      Gunung Mulu National Park

      Admire the impressive caves and impressive limestone karst formations in Gulung Mulu National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is known as the largest passage and largest underground chamber in the world. Deer Cave, with ceilings over 122 meters high, is the most visited cave in Gulung Mulu National Park. Tourists visit the cave for the stunning views of the cascading waterfalls on the rocks and the one kilometer wide karst sinkhole.

      If you are adventurous, you can join the 3-day trek to the top of the Pinnacles Summit, which includes rope and ladder climbing and a hard jungle hike. If you enjoy walking in caves, wear comfortable shoes. The best time to travel is from June to September. Gunung Mulu National Park can only be reached by plane or a 12-hour boat ride between the jungle due to its remoteness.

      Directions:
      • From Mulu Airport, head southwest through Jalan Mulu Airport towards Jalan Mulu National Park.
      • Then turn left to Jalan Mulu National Park.

      The traffic side in Malaysia is left, so always keep to the left on the road. Remember to bring your IDP with you before your trip to Mulu. If you are applying for an International Driving License in Malaysia, it is best to apply with the International Drivers Association. You will receive your digital copy 20 minutes after submitting your application.

      Pulau Langkawi

      On the west coast of Malaysia in the Andaman Sea is an archipelago of 99 islands surrounded by crystal clear waters.Pulau Langkawi is famous for its SkyCab in Langkawi. Glass-bottomed gondola lifts allow you to admire the clear waters above on the 2.2-kilometer ride to the top of Gunung Machinchang Mountain. The journey from the base station takes 15 minutes.

      The trip includes a stop at the middle station for a better view of the observation deck. You can also hike the trail from the middle station to the jungle. You can also find a footbridge and strike up a conversation with the locals.The best months to visit Langkawi are from December to February when the weather is at its best.

      Directions:
      • From Langkawi International Airport, head southwest, then follow Jalan Kuala Muda / Route 115 and Route 114 to Jalan Teluk Yu / Route 113.
      • Continue on Jalan Teluk Yu / Route 113. to get to Langkawi SkyCab. Bring your IDP with you and follow the Malaysian driving regulations to avoid trouble.

      If you are driving from Singapore to Langkawi, your Singapore driver’s license is valid in Malaysia, so you don’t need an IDP to drive.Malaysia has Singapore licenses of any class, such as a Class 3 driver’s license.

      Cameron Highlands

      Cameron Highlands is not only home to Rafflesia, the largest single flower in the world, but also the largest tea producing region in the country. You can find several tea plantations located on the tops of the hills, where you can enjoy the beautiful view over a cup of hot tea. Tea plantations are one of the relics of British colonial times.Besides teahouses, people visit Cameron Highlands due to the colder climate.

      If you don’t like tea, you can take a stroll through the gardens, lavender farms or tea plantations. Cameron Highlands is located just 20 km east of Ipoh and 150 km north of Kuala Lumpur. Cameron Highlands is one of the best travel destinations in Malaysia not to be missed.

      Driving directions:
      • From Kuala Lumpur follow Lebuhray Utara – Selatan / E1 to Jalan Tapah – Brinchang – Blue Valley – Cameron Highlands / Highway 59 to Tapah.
      • Take exit 132-Tapakh from Lebuhrai Utara – Selatan / E1.
      • Then continue on Jalan Tapah – Brinchang – Blue Valley – Cameron Highlands / Route 59.
      • Continue on Highway 59 until you reach Cameron Highlands.

      For a pleasant driving experience, bring your International Driving License in Malaysia in case the authorities need to check it. If you are unsure of where and how to apply for an International Driving License in Malaysia, you can get an IDP from the International Drivers Association.

      Taman Negara

      Taman Negara National Park, one of Malaysia’s most famous ecotourists, is home to the oldest tropical rainforest in the world, where a variety of plant and animal species can be found. The park includes three states: Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu. The park served as land that was to become a protected area spanning three states after Theodore Hubback lobbied the state sultans for the idea.

      Follow trails in the 130 million year old rainforest and find elephants wandering along the muddy banks of winding rivers.Taman Negara offers several wildlife adventures including camping, trekking, hiking, wildlife watching, fishing and rock climbing. Between July and September, the park is crowded due to the holidays, so the best time to visit this place is from February to October.

      Directions:
      • From Kuala Lumpur you need to go to Kuala Tembeling for a boat ride to Taman Negar.
      • Take Lebuhraya Kuala Lumpur – Gua Musang and E8 to Highway 98 at Kampung Paya Keladan, Temerloh.
      • From LPT / E8, take exit 819-Temerloch.
      • Follow Route 98 and Jalan Kuala Tembeling – Kuala Lipis / Route 234 to your destination in Jerantut.
      • A boat trip to the park costs MYR 75 (US $ 18.40).

      If you are traveling to Malaysia from an ASEAN country, you have the option of not getting an IDP while your local driver’s license is valid.

      Johor Bahru

      Johor Bahru is a charming city that combines historical and modern infrastructure.Johor Bahru was once a sleepy fishing village and later developed into the second largest urban area in Malaysia. If you are going on a historical tour, you can visit the majestic State Mosque of Sultan Abu Bakar and the Old Chinese Temple, which stands in the center of the city. Tourists usually stop at Johor Bahru to experience the fun rides and arcades at Legoland Malaysia.

      Johor Bahru has a wide variety of shopping malls such as City Square, KSL, Angsana and Komtar that are sure to appeal to shopaholics.Food lovers will love the best restaurants and cafes on Jalan Dhobi Street. The best time to travel to Johor Bahru is from June to August when the days are less humid.

      Directions:
      • From Kuala Lumpur follow Lebuhraya Utara-Selatan / E2 to Jalan Bertingkat Skudai / Route 1 in Johor.
      • Take exit 254 Lebuhrai Utara-Selatan / E2. Continue on Highway 1 to your destination at Larkin Jaya, Johor Bahru.
      • The drive to Johor Bahru takes approximately three to four hours.

      If you are driving from Singapore to Johor Bahru, your Class 3 driver’s license is valid in Malaysia even without IDPs. When driving in Malaysia with a US license, always bring your international driver’s license with you, as US driving licenses are not recognized in Malaysia.

      Malacca / Malacca

      Known as the center of trade, Malaysia is one of the smallest states in Malaysia, located approximately 145 km from Kuala Lumpur and 240 km from Singapore.It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts several charming historical tourist sites such as Christ Church, Stadtui, St Paul’s Hill, Dutch fort, Portuguese settlement and more. Historical tourist sites are remnants of Portuguese, Dutch and British colonization.

      In addition to the history tour, you can also visit the immersive submarine museum and the children’s Thousand Adventure Tales of Malacca. You can also shop for merchandise and other items at the Jonker Walk Night Market.The best time to travel to Malacca is a dry season from April to October. Malacca is the perfect destination for a Malaysian driving vacation.

      Directions:
      • From Kuala Lumpur, take Lebuhraya Utara-Selatan / E2 to Lebuh Ayer Keroh / Route 143 in Durian Tunggal.
      • Then take exit 231-Ayer Keroh from Lebuhraya Utara-Selatan / E2.
      • Continue on Lebuh Ayer Keroh / Route 143 to your destination at Taman Costa Mahkota, Malacca.
      • Malaysia is easy to follow traffic signs thanks to its excellent road network.Don’t forget to bring your International Driving License to Malaysia.

      Essential Driving Rules

      If you plan to drive your rental car in Malaysia, you need to know the set of rules that you must follow while in the country. Some of the rules listed below may be unfamiliar to you, so you need to remember the driving rules in Malaysia in order not to get into a road accident. Before reading further, don’t forget to get your Malaysia International Driving License online and note that most cars in the country are left-hand drive converters.

      Always bring your driver’s license and IDP with you.

      Driving without a driver’s license in Malaysia is a serious crime. Anyone caught driving without a driver’s license and international driving license in Malaysia could face serious consequences. It is important to carry your Malaysian driver’s license at all times at the Department of Road Transport checkpoint. If you are caught, you could be jailed for three months or fined up to MYR 1,000.

      For foreigners, an international driving license is an important document that must be carried with you in Malaysia. If you are wondering where and how to get an International Driving License valid in Malaysia, you can get your IDP online through the International Drivers Association (IDA) in just two hours or even 20 minutes!

      You only need to pay an additional $ 30 surcharge to get this International Driving License before traveling to Malaysia.

      What if Malaysia’s International Driving License expires?

      If your copy has expired or you ever lose it before traveling to Malaysia, get your International Driving License renewal immediately. How to Renew an International Driving License in Malaysia? Just prepare all your previous requirements and you can do it for free by paying only the shipping cost.

      Further answers to questions about your International Driving License can be found directly on the IDA website.If you need a copy immediately, start filling out the application form for an international driver’s license for Malaysia now! Regarding how to renew your IDP for Malaysia, you can fill out the renewal form to obtain an international driver’s license or permit.

      It is strictly forbidden to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

      Drunk driving is one of the leading causes of fatal road traffic accidents in the world.Malaysia, like other countries, imposes harsh penalties on anyone caught driving under the influence. Alcohol and drugs can impair a driver’s senses and cognition, which can affect their alertness and focus on the road. If you are drunk, it is better to call a taxi than to risk your own safety and the safety of others.

      Observe the speed limit on the road

      Speeding is strictly prohibited in Malaysia. The speed limit in Malaysia is 90 to 110 km / h on highways and 50-70 km / h in cities, which is lower than in western countries.Several cameras and radars are installed to easily control the movement. If you are caught speeding, you will have to pay a huge fine. Driving within the speed limits is essential to ensure road safety for everyone.

      Seat belt compulsory.

      Wearing seat belts has been one of the most effective ways to reduce road traffic fatalities and is therefore strictly enforced by the Malaysian authorities.Drivers and passengers must wear seat belts on the road, and children under eight must sit in the back in a child seat. Anyone caught breaking this rule can face serious consequences. If you do not want your Malaysian driving license to be suspended, buckle up while driving.

      The use of portable mobile phones is prohibited.

      Answering calls or writing text messages while driving in Malaysia is strictly prohibited.It is one of the leading causes of road traffic accidents worldwide, as it distracts the driver from the road. If you need to answer an important call, use a hands-free system for safety.

      Driving with an expired driver’s license is strictly prohibited.

      If you are caught driving with an expired local or international driving license in Malaysia, you face severe penalties. IDP is just a translation of your local driving license.Thus, it is not a suitable replacement for your expired driver’s license. An international driver’s license must include your name, address, zip code, driver’s license number, class or type of vehicle, check date, photograph, and other important information contained in your native driver’s license.

      You can renew your International Driving License online with the International Drivers Association by following the same procedure as when applying for an IDP.The cost of renewing a driver’s license in Malaysia is RM30, valid for one year, while the price for IDPs is $ 49.

      Travel planning is quite a challenge. You need to think about how you can allocate money and time so as not to waste it. A good way to save money on both while making your trip rewarding is to explore the area while traveling in Malaysia with your International Driving Permit.

      In addition, tourists who want to use their International Driving License for India can also use it in Malaysia. As long as your local driving license is valid, the International Driving Permit used in India is also valid. Your IDP does not indicate the size of the photo, but translates your native driver’s license. This is your ticket to the local authorities in no time.

      Malaysia’s only casino to close – Travel Russian News

      Resorts World Genting in Malaysia has announced the temporary closure of its services.A casino near Kuala Lumpur, the country’s capital, will not receive visitors until the end of March due to the quarantine.

      After a public speech by Malaysian Prime Minister Tan Shri Muhiddin Yassin, pointing out the quarantine measures in connection with the global pandemic, it became apparent that all public institutions with a high level of attendance were closed. The government issued a decree on the restrictive movement of the population through the risks of contracting coronavirus infection.

      The press service of Genting Malaysia has published on the official website information about the closings of hotels, casinos, restaurants, entertainment venues, shopping centers, indoor theme park Skytropolis and other local attractions of Resorts World Genting.The operator of the gambling and hotel complex said that the acceptance of bets in the casino will be resumed on April 1, while for now it is possible to play only in online casinos, such as the official website of F1 Casino.

      At the moment, the reservation of hotel rooms for the quarantine period has been canceled. Customers can easily get their funds back or book new resorts booking dates at Resorts World hotels. The cost of attraction tickets and show programs on the territory of the complex will also be refunded.In general, the resort town will continue to operate in light mode without closing the vital structures for the population in the field of security, utilities and medical services.

      The Malaysian head of government issued an order to impose strict restrictions on resort and business travel as the country joined the fight against the spread of coronavirus infection. At the moment, the country is recognized as the most affected in East Asia. More than 550 Malaysians have been diagnosed with Covid-19.

      Foreigners are prohibited from visiting Malaysia, and local residents have to postpone all planned travel abroad. Any commercial facilities have been closed, with the exception of grocery stores, pharmacies and retail outlets supplying vital household goods to the population.

      Malaysians are gradually getting used to maintaining social distance to limit the spread of the deadly infection. The government has also decided to quarantine educational institutions across the country.Muhiddin Yasin announced this decision at a press conference earlier this week.

      90,000 NETFLIX LAUNCHES NEW RATE FOR MOBILE DEVICES ONLY

      IN MALAYSIA

      Netflix is ​​poised to launch low-cost mobile tariff in Malaysia as part of its outreach strategy – the same tariff has been successfully launched in India and has been tested in several other countries in Asia. Malaysian mobile Netflix will cost $ 4 / mo.

      Unlike the standard tariff ($ 7.8 / month), the new economy tariff has a number of restrictions: it can be used only on one mobile device and cannot be used on a computer or TV; in addition, the maximum video quality is 480p.

      88% of Malaysia’s population uses smartphones, 78% of Internet users (about 32 million people) download video content or consume it in streaming format.

      “Our Southeast Asian users love watching TV series and TV shows on smartphones and tablets. We are delighted that Netflix products will become even more affordable in the region with the launch of the new tariff, ”said Ajay Arora, Director of Product Innovation at Netflix.

      As in India, in Malaysia Netflix has a lot of competitors with an aggressive pricing policy – iFlix, Dimsum, playTV, Astro Go.And, as with other overseas markets, Netflix is ​​investing heavily in the production of original content directed at local audiences and filmed in local locations – for example, the horror feature film Ghost Bride (premiere on November 1) or already popular with Malay viewers comedy epics Polis Evo and Jagat.

      In many countries where Netflix operates, the upper price limit for tariffs has obviously been reached – especially when you consider that competing platforms with lower prices have appeared (and will continue to appear).Netflix also admits this – last week during the quarterly report, company representatives said that they are very pleased with the growing popularity of the mobile economy plan in India (there it costs $ 2.

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