Did you know that Malaysians spent a staggering RM1 billion on online shopping in 2017 alone? To put that into perspective, with the same amount of money, you can build the Bukit Jalil National Stadium and still have an extra RM200 million to spare!
Pretty crazy right?! What’s crazier though, are these 6 things we found that most of you probably didn’t know you can actually buy online in Malaysia. Check them out below and be ready to get blown away!
1. Your very own private island
Buying a private island is actually quite accessible and not as expensive as you think! Just recently, a father in China bought an island for his son for just around RM600,000. That’s pretty inexpensive considering it’s a whole island weh!
So, how do you go about casually buying an island, more so in Malaysia? By purchasing it online of course! There are a few websites that specialise in just that and here are a couple of trusted ones:
- Private Islands, Inc. Founded in 1999, this is one of the largest island-listing websites in the world.
- Vladi Private Islands. The company’s founder, Farhad Vladi, sold his first island in 1971 and has islands for sale and rent all over the globe!
We saw a few private islands on sale near Pangkor, so if you ever decide to buy one don’t forget to invite us over kay! 😛
2. Your very own private helicopter
What’s cooler than taking a ride on a helicopter? Owning one! Well, it’s actually quite easy to buy a helicopter online in Malaysia through websites such as AVBuyer.
However, there are a few caveats you need to adhere to such as:
- You must register the ownership of your helicopter with the Department of Civil Aviation. If not cannot fly bro!
- The helicopter must not be already registered in another country.
- Its design, construction, workmanship and material must be within the specs accepted by DCA. Kinda like the JPJ-approved specs for your car!
It goes without saying that you need a whole lot of cash for it too lah! A helicopter can reach up to millions of ringgits in price and the maintenance fee is quite exorbitant as well!
Well, if you can’t afford the real deal, you can always buy a toy helicopter online 😛
3. LED lights for your toilet bowl. Wait, what?
If a private island or helicopter is a little bit out of your price range but you still want something exclusive, then why not get this LED installation for your toilet bowl?
This is probably one of the most random items you can find online! I mean, just read the item’s description below:
- Motion-activated and light sensitive.
- The light activates when you enter and deactivates when you leave.
- No more stumbling around in the dark! No more messy clean-ups!
Err, don’t they know we can just turn on the lights when we use the toilet?
Well, for those of you who like your toilet to be colourful and fun, this is the item to buy then! It fits well with this Potty Putter Toilet Mini Golf Game too, don’t you think?
4. The “Dad Bag”: a ridiculous-looking hairy belly fanny pack!
This disturbing-looking item that’s aptly named the Dad Bag is a fanny pack that’s made to look like you have a dirty hairy gut sticking out of your shirt. However, worry not as in reality it’s just a handy hip purse that stores your essentials!
Really though, the funniest thing about this item listing is that it’s actually unisex!
So, if you like your partner to have a bit more of a belly, you know what to get them for Christmas this year 😉
5. Your dream house!
Source: Mah Sing
Yup, you read that correctly! You probably never knew that you can actually buy a house online in Malaysia right?
Gone are the days where you have to go through the hassle of visiting realty agents and browsing through endless property advertisements to find that dream house of yours. Now, it’s just as easy as purchasing items online!
How is this possible, you might ask? Well, it’s all thanks to an awesome collaboration between Mah Sing and Lazada!
In fact, this collaboration makes Mah Sing the first developer in South East Asia that enables buyers to buy a house online!
So, how does it work? Well, it’s quite simple really, just follow through with the steps below:
1. Visit the Mah Sing LazMall page and browse through the homes that are eligible for the 5% Lazada incentive.
2. Drop by your nearby Mah Sing sales gallery and contact your banker to determine your loan eligibility.
3. Go to the Mah Sing LazMall page from 10th to 12th December to secure your deal.
4. Once the deal is secured, Mah Sing will be contacting you to finalize your booking documentation.
5. Sign your SPA and your dream house will be yours!
Wah so easy and convenient! Better hurry up though as all the units are sold at a first come, first served basis!
For more information on Mah Sing’s projects and available units for purchase on Lazada this 12.12, click here!
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