Lazat Bazaar – a month-long tasty treat for shoppers and merchants on Lazada

MALAYSIAN shoppers and bazaar merchants rejoice as Lazada gears up for the Ramadan fasting season with its month-long online food festival – Lazat Bazaar.

This is the online platform for local bazaar sellers to offer Malaysians a chance to enjoy their favourite buka puasa essentials.

Lazada will also offer same-day deliveries for hot meals and freshly baked goods from local favourite stalls and markets in selected areas across the Klang Valley.

"Many bazaar sellers and traders who rely on the Ramadan period to sustain their livelihoods have been worrying about the potential loss in sales due to the ongoing pandemic," said Lazada Malaysia Traffic head Susan Too.

"Through the Lazat Bazaar, we aim to ease their hardship by bringing them online and supporting them with exposure and traffic on our e-commerce platform.

"The initiative will not only help to sustain but also enable their businesses to grow this year."

Lazada will support these local Ramadan bazaar merchants to better serve their customers through its vast logistics network by offering same-day deliveries.

From April 13 to May 13, all cooked-to-order purchases made on the online bazaar before 4pm will be delivered within the same day by 7pm.

Hot meals and baked goods ordered after 4pm will be prepared and fulfilled the next day.

"We have onboarded bazaar merchants across Subang Jaya, Shah Alam and Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) onto our leading digital platform and empowered them with a robust logistics infrastructure to fulfil deliveries for buka puasa necessities in mere hours, ” said Olivier Petra, Lazada Malaysia chief logistics officer.

Murtabak, lemang, rendang, laksa, roti john, nasi kerabu and kuih-muih are some of items available for order on Lazat Bazaar.

Hot meals and baked goods are limited to Lazada users whose delivery addresses are within the respective merchant’s coverage area, based on the postal codes stated on the bazaar page and below:

> Shah Alam: 40000,40100,40170,40200,40150,40300

> Subang Jaya: 47600,47500,47601,47610,47620,47630,47640,47650

> TTDI: 60000,52200,47820,47800,47400,47300,50603,50480,50490,59200,59100,59000

Malaysians can easily access the page by searching the keyword “Lazat Bazaar” or clicking the “Food & Beverage” homepage icon on the Lazada app, as well as via this link:

In addition to authentic local delicacies, online shoppers will also be able to enjoy up to 50% off and "Buy 1 Free 1" deals for fresh ingredients and discount vouchers on the Lazat Bazaar.

As part of its ongoing efforts to help local small businesses, Lazada has also rolled out the Pintar Niaga stimulus package since March as a continuation of Pakej Kedai Pintar 2.0 that was launched earlier this year.

The Pintar Niaga stimulus package offers 0% commission and listing fees for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), while providing them easy access to Lazada University’s comprehensive step-by-step training, Seller Centre’s innovative tools, free RM300 advertising credits, free high-traffic exposure slots, Free Shipping voucher incentives, 90-day dedicated support and more.

Those interested can sign up as a new seller via this link:

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