Airasia to offer intercity food delivery from Penang to Klang Valley


Nasi kandar from Hameediyah in Penang is available for delivery to Klang Valley via the airasia Super App. — CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

So you want nasi kandar from Penang? Airasia food users can now place orders from restaurants or outlets in Penang and have it delivered to their doorsteps in Klang Valley.

According to a press statement, the company claims all meals will be prepared fresh and air-flown in “strict hygienic conditions” on selected days each week with delivery fees of RM5.99 per order.

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Customers need to pre-order their meals one day before the scheduled delivery date with closing time at 5pm. They can also pre-order their meals up to 30 days in advance.

Some available food options include nasi kandar from Hameediyah, char koay teow from Bee Hwa Cafe, and nyonya kuih from Li Er Cafe.

“As of today, we are proud to introduce some of the best meals that my hometown, Penang has to offer, and very soon the new service will also include food from other states in Malaysia to be delivered to more locations in the Klang Valley and beyond,” said Tan Suan Sear, regional head of airasia food.

The company says it has previously launched intercity food delivery in Thailand where users can place orders for food from Phuket to be delivered to Bangkok.

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