Shoppers visiting Sunway malls will be able to enjoy a more hassle-free payment experience as the mall retailers adopt the Unified Payment Terminal (UPT) to accept cashless payment from multiple e-wallets and cards.
Visitors to China can now make use of the Alipay e-wallet without a Chinese bank account.
Sunway Smart Parking will accept e-wallet and card payments when it is rolled out to the public in early 2020.
Malaysians can now pay for their purchases at 7-Eleven outlets all across the country via the TNG e-wallet.
You can now order your fried chicken at the new KFC self-ordering kiosks and pay for it using e-wallets such as Boost and TNG eWallet!
Malaysia is moving towards a cashless society and this move could potentially reduce corruption within the country.
CIMB Bank became the first bank in Malaysia to accept QR payments from six major e-wallets.
Alibaba continues to strengthen ties with Malaysia through the opening of its first Southeast Asia office in Bangsar South, officiated by CEO Jack Ma.