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9 Delivery Services In Malaysia That Can Help You Run Errands While You're Stuck At Home

Restricted or not, these guys can help!

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Disclaimer: This list is arranged in no particular order.

In light of the nationwide restricted movement order, most businesses have been ordered to temporarily close down starting today, 18 March

Essential services like utilities, telcos, transport, postal, banking, pharmacies, and food suppliers can still operate. 

However, the public has been strongly discouraged from leaving their homes unless it is absolutely necessary.

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But don't worry, if you still need to get errands done, you can do so with one of these active delivery services available in Malaysia:

1. ZeptoExpress

If you have an urgent document or parcel to send within Klang Valley, ZeptoExpress assures customers that they can have it delivered within three hours from the pick-up time.

They provide same-day deliveries in KL, Selangor, Penang, and Johor Bahru.

And you can choose your type of delivery and the way you want to do it: motorcycle, car, or truck.

Rates start from RM4.80 onwards.

You can find out more here.

2. Lalamove

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Lalamove is becoming quite a big name in Malaysia. Whether you have to deliver documents or bulky furniture, the company has various vehicles to suit different needs, such as lorries, cars, vans, and motorcycles. 

They also do food deliveries from any restaurant of your choice and can deliver anywhere within Klang Valley.

Rates start from RM5 onwards.

You can check them out here.

3. Bungkusit

If you need food or parcels to be delivered, Bungkusit will continue its services during this time. You can also opt to have "contactless" deliveries by requesting runners to leave items outside without meeting them.

They can deliver food, medicines, parcels, electronics (e.g. if you need replacement parts but are too lazy to go to the shopping mall), beauty items, and even forgotten items (e.g. if you accidentally left your charger in office).

Rates start from RM5 onwards.

You can find out more here.

4. Ninja Van

Got a parcel to ship out or need something delivered to you urgently? Ninja Van is a popular delivery service in Malaysia that can do the job for you.

You can either have them pick it up from your home or drop it off at any of the Ninja points. If you're doing any online shopping, you can also pick up or return your parcels at one of their 500 points.

In addition, they provide international deliveries.

You can find out more here.

5. GoGet

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If you're unable to run an errand, GoGet has a team of people who can get it done for you.

They can deliver parcels or documents, do your groceries, deliver food to you from restaurants, among other tasks. Whatever it is you need, they can get it done.

Rates start from RM6 onwards.

You can find out more here.

6. Karhoo Express

Karhoo Express offers door-to-door deliveries within Klang Valley and it's just a WhatsApp away.

They offer courier services such as:
- one to three hours delivery,
- same-day delivery, and
- cash on delivery (COD) service.

They also provide halal food deliveries.

Rates start from RM6 onwards.

You can find out more here.

7. Mr Speedy

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Depending on what size you need, Mr Speedy provides motorcycle or car delivery services of up to 10kg. 

They can send parcels, flowers, or documents all over Klang Valley.

Rates start from RM5 onwards.

You can find out more here.

8. Grab Malaysia

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During this restricted movement order, Grab will continue its delivery services for both food and non-food necessities.

Their services include food, mart, delivery, and transport. Customers are encouraged to go cashless to minimise physical contact. 

You can find out more here.

9. Mama Jo Launderette

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If you have to dry clean clothes, shoes, or household items, Mama Jo Laundrette offers 24-hours e-box services.

All you need to do is drop off your item at any of their lockers and collect it back from the same spot once it has been cleaned.

Their services include:
- normal clothes wash, dry, and fold,
- dry cleaning,
- handbag and leather cleaning,
- shoes cleaning,
- baby stroller and car seat cleaning, and
- carpet cleaning, among others.

They can also provide pick-up and delivery services for the items.

You can find out more here.

In case of an emergency, essential services such as supermarkets and pharmacies in malls will remain open for now:

If you have any other questions regarding the restricted movement order, the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs recently answered:

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