Malaysia is the land of food – there’s no second guessing this. We have everything from sweets to savoury foods to snacks that can make your mouth water just thinking about it. What’s even more powerful than our variety of foods? The unity Malaysians have when it comes to their our passion for our food.
Realising this, Grab, one of Malaysia’s most popular unicorn startup, has crafted a mouthwatering, hunger inducing video that is celebrating everything quintessentially Malaysian when it comes to food. Everything from a Banana Leaf feast to the simple Roti Tisu at the neighbourhood Mamak to the mouthwatering desserts such as Ais Kacang make an appearance in their video. If you’re a Malaysian and haven’t seen this video on YouTube yet, consider yourself lucky. It’s one of the most hunger inducing videos we’ve come across.
The video is the tip of the ice berg when it comes to the company’s #MakanMakanMalaysia campaign. To make sure you’ll be able to get your favourite Malaysian foods, the company has two offers running on their Grab App. Users are able to get 31% off their order with the promo code HOTDEALS in the Klang Valley and HOTDEALS31 for those outside the Klang Valley on GrabFood. With this code, users will be able to get 31% off their order up to MYR31; with a minimum spend of RM25. This code is valid until 6 October 2019. On GrabPay, users will be able to get 31% rebate of up to a maximum of MYR10 when using the ewallet. There is no minimum spend for this offer.
In addition, users of the Grab App will be able to take part in “The Malaysian Juggernaut” challenge starting on 26th August until 22 September. The challenge seeks to bring Malaysians together for a good cause. How? Users will be presented with a series of challenges. For each completed challenge, Grab will be donating MYR3.18 to the Pusat Penjagaan Kanak-Kanak Cacat Taman Megah (Taman Megah Centre for Disabled Children). These donations will be put towards building a playground for the children in the center. The aim is to provide a safe environment for these children to play.
To further incentivise this challenge, users will receive 318 GrabRewards points for each completed challenge. They will also receive RM5 off their next GrabFood order.