Get one pass for shopping benefits in seven Asian countries

ACCORDING to a large-scale survey conducted with 14,000 consumers in seven Asian regions, the frequency of Asians travelling to other Asian countries every year is 1.7 times on average.

A report from MasterCard revealed that an estimated 11.9 million international outbound trips from Malaysia were recorded and the number is forecast to grow by an average of 3.5% annually to 14.2 million trips by 2021.

It ranked Malaysia the sixth highest among emerging markets.

It is now possible to enjoy Watsons members’ benefits when you travel to seven Watsons markets such as China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia.

Sign up as a Watsons Malaysia member to enjoy discounts, promotions and earn basic points while you travel simply by bringing along your member card or showing the virtual card via the Watsons MY app.

“As a busy actress and singer in Malaysia, I am constantly required to travel outside the country.

“With this new benefit from Watsons, I not only get to earn points but also enjoy the country’s local benefits,” said actress and singer Ayda Jebat.

Popular YouTuber and content creator Jinnyboy said, “I travel around the world frequently for work and it’s awesome and convenient to know that I can stick to one card to earn points and the country’s local benefits as a Watsons member.”

Not only do Watsons Malaysia members get to enjoy One Pass benefits overseas, Watsons members from all seven markets mentioned can enjoy great promotions, discounts and earn points in Malaysia too.

For details, visit or follow Watsons Malaysia Facebook & Instagram.
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