To supplement the demand for modern design high-rise apartments in Klang South, another prime spot within Gravit8 has been earmarked for a 29-storey residential tower.
The Tresor is set in the masterplan’s most impressive parcel, offering unobstructed views of the exquisite 8-acre Lakepark.
Drawing inspiration from the stunning island of Santorini, a distinct island experience is brought to life through its architecture, aesthetics and holiday-styled facilities.
You’ll wake up to clear lakefront vistas and end the day with astonishing sunsets at The Tresor.
The Tresor comprises 416 units of freehold serviced apartments and 25 boutique shops. Spread across 2 wings, The Tresor features a link bridge connected to the Pier8 retail mall on Level 1 and 24 family-friendly facilities spanning across 1.3 acres on Level 8.
With multiple layouts of 1+1 to 3+1 beds and sizes that range from 551 – 1206 sq ft, The Tresor caters to both small and big families.
Another exciting tidbit is that the development has a different concept added into the mix called Parkhomes. It offers owners the easy convenience of parking their vehicles right at the doorstep of their unit, allowing them to enjoy easy entry into their homes while indulging in the benefits of a fully equipped facilities floor within a secured environment and so much more. Parkhome units are located at Levels 2 – 7 and come with 3 car parks each.
The RM1.3billion integrated development of Gravit8 is made out of residential and commercial components. Located in the mature township of Klang South, it acts also as a community hub with the 8-acre placemaking Lakepark @ Gravit8 gaining major traction amongst residents near and far.
A natural convergent point for young adults, Gravit8 has managed to achieve strong take-up rates for its residential towers. The first two towers, Nordica and Adria were handed over in Dec’19 while another two more, Andaman and Ashino are scheduled for completion by July of this year.
Newly launched, The Tresor is set to continue the successful run of Gravit8’s other residential components. Incorporating holiday vibes into its design concept and offering functionality in its apartment-built ups.The entire development is on an upward momentum with business operators like KFC and Orbix International School setting up business at Pier8, the retail mall – so what better time to register your interest now! Contact Ivy / Michelle at 011-1638 6882 / 03-3323 7688
Ahead of their next clash in LaLiga against Villarreal CF (Saturday 4am Malaysia Time), Valencia CF trained for the last time at Paterna sporting venue in order to ultimate the tactical details for the upcoming game.The coach Javi Gracia has talked on a press conference about how they are going to face the game after the tough defeat they suffered in matchday 25 against Getafe CF. He has said the players are ambitious and ready to play well and get the victory they need to recover good feelings.The only confirmed absence for this fixture is Mouctar Diakhaby, who has to deal with a one-game suspension due to the red card he saw in the last LaLiga game. On the other hand, Denis Cheryshev and Cristiano Piccini still don’t have the medical all clear and their presence in the game will depend on them receiving it before it or not. In any case, coming from their physical issues, it’s impossible to imagine they could make it into the game as Gracia said to the media.
PRESS CONFERENCE WITH JAVI GRACIA:
“I DON’T KNOW, I UNDERSTAND THAT THE RESULTS MUST BE BETTER, AND ON THE OTHER HAND I ALSO SEE THAT IN THE LAST FIVE GAMES, IN WHICH I THINK WE HAVE PLAYED TWO REALLY BAD GAMES, IN THAT NUMBER OF GAMES WE HAVE BEEN THE EIGHTH TEAM WITH THE MOST POINTS. I AM NOT CONSOLED BY THE FACT THAT OTHERS ARE WORSE THAN US, BUT WE DO COMPETEAGAINST TEAMS. IS THERE ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT? YES. DO WE NEED TO BE MORE AMBITIOUS? YES. DO WE HAVE TO IMPROVE OUR RESULTS? YES, BUT I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO GIVE POSITIVITY TO ALL THE WORK THAT THE TEAM DOES EVERY DAY, WHICH DOES NOT TRANSLATE INTO GOOD RESULTS, BUT I AM CONVINCED THAT IN THE NEXT GAMES WE CAN PLAY BETTER, GET BETTER RESULTS AND BE IN A BETTER SITUATION”.
“WE HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT US, WHICH IS TOMORROW’S GAME AGAINST AN OPPONENT THAT I THINK HAVE A STYLE OF POSSESSION AND WHO WE ALREADY FACED IN THE FIRST ROUND AND I THINK IT WAS PRETTY EVENLY MATCHED. WE WERE BEATEN, THEY MADE IT 1-0 WITH THE PENALTY, THEN 1-1, WE SCORED FROM A STRATEGIC PLAY, AND THEN WE WERE 2-1 DOWN WITH A SHOT FROM OUTSIDE THE BOX THAT WENT WIDE, BUT WE ALSO HAD OUR CHANCES IN THAT GAME. WE HOPE THAT IT WILL BE A GAME THAT WILL BE HARD-FOUGHT AGAIN AND WITH ALTERNATIVES”.
“GONZALO HAS DONE THE WHOLE WORKOUT AND HE’S FINE, I THINK IT WAS JUST A LITTLE BIT OF TREATMENT AT THE END OF THE WORKOUT BUT THERE’S NOTHING WRONG WITH HIM. CHERYSHEV HAS BEEN STRUGGLING WITH A CALF INJURY FOR SOME TIME NOW, I’VE ALWAYS BEEN QUITE OPTIMISTIC THAT HE WOULD BE FIT SOON. LAST WEEK HE WAS TRAINING, BUT AGAIN HE HAD DISCOMFORTS IN THE SAME PLACE THAT PREVENTED HIM FROM PROGRESSING IN HIS IMPROVEMENT. TODAY WE ARE IN A SIMILAR SITUATION, HE IS WORKING BUT HE IS STILL NOT WELL. I THINK HE WILL BE READY SOON BUT IT WILL DEPEND ON HIS EVOLUTION IN A PLACE WHERE HE HAS ALREADY HAD PROBLEMS. PICCINI HAS A PARTICULAR SITUATION, HE COMES FROM A SERIOUS INJURY, HE IS TRYING TO RECOVER WELL”.
Both organizations join forces to promote and raise public awareness around social responsibility
Madrid ,February 25 2021 – LaLiga and the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations(UNAOC) have signed a global memorandum of understanding (MoU) under which they will work together to promote and raise public awareness around social responsibility for the next two seasons (21/22 and 22/23).
Both organizations will work to promote and raise public awareness around social responsibility through different projects and tools. The pillars of the agreement will be promoting education, combating racism and discrimination based on religion, belief, ethnicity or gender, social integration and gender equality.
By signing the MoU, both institutions have agreed to work together on a set of promotional activities with the launch of the first communication campaign titled “ONE HUMANITY. The inspiring video includes passionate and strong messages from key players of the following LaLiga clubs: Real Madrid CF , Real Sociedad, Athletic Club, Deportivo Alavés, SD Huesca, CA Osasuna, RC Celta, Atlético de Madrid, Levante UD, Real Betis, Granada CF, Sevilla FC, Valencia CF, and Elche CF.
Both organizations will amplify their projects globally through their communication channels . As part of the MoU, UNAOC will also support LaLiga with its CSR and educational projects worldwide.
A signing ceremony took place at LaLiga’s headquarters in Madrid, with the the presence of Javier Tebas, President of LaLiga, and Miguel Angel Moratinos, High Representative for UNAOC.
Moratinos commented on this new partnership: “It is an honor to work with LaLiga on this strategic alliance, to help promote a better society, especially through the most loved sport in the world, football. It is my hope that this deepened cooperation between UNAOC and LaLiga, a world leader in leisure and entertainment, helps us build a greater community and provides us with a great deal of value.”
Javier Tebas added: The transmission of values through all our international alliances is vital and this strategic collaboration with UNAOC is a great example. Together with UNAOC and the involvement of all our participating clubs, I am positive that we will achieve our goals to foster and spread awareness around equality, diversity, and social responsibility.”
By signing this Memorandum of Understandingwith UNAOC, LaLiga continues to bolster ties with the world’s most important organisations and institutions on an international stage. The new agreement is a further demonstration of LaLiga’s commitment to developing the love of football all over the globe.
The Argentine star was presented at an event held in Buenos Aires which also welcomed other Ambassadors such as Andrés Iniesta and Fernando Redondo
February 24, 2021.- Argentine footballer Javier Mascherano, a former FC Barcelona player, joins the squad of footballing stars who, since 2014, have been playing an active part in the LaLiga Santander Ambassadors project which brings former players in the competition together to promote and raise LaLiga’s visibility around the world.
Former teammates at the Catalan club along with other LaLiga Santander Ambassadors welcomed ‘El Jefecito’ at an event that officially presented Javier Mascherano as the latest member of “LaLiga Santander Ambassadors”. “I am proud to be part of this project and to serve as an ambassador for the values of football and for the best league in the world. What’s more, being able to share the experience in such great company is very enriching.”
The captain of this prestigious team of LaLiga Santander Ambassadors is Fernando Sanz, who welcomed Javier Mascherano by presenting him with the now iconic LaLiga Santander Ambassadors shirt. “Having Javier Mascherano as a member of the LaLiga Santander Ambassadors project is very important to us because he perfectly embodies the values that we defend from this institution: competitiveness, teamwork and dedication. I’m sure that with his help, this team of legends can only become greater.”
In addition to Fernando Sanz, other LaLiga Santander Ambassadors wished to accompany Javier Mascherano in his presentation. His former teammate in FC Barcelona Andrés Iniesta, the recent LaLiga Santander Ambassador signing Aritz Aduriz and the Argentine Fernando Redondo were among those wanting to welcome and thank him for coming on board and being a part of the Ambassadors of LaLiga Santander program.
The Argentine star is the 30st LaLiga Santander legend to join the best team in the world, whose members include Fernando Sanz, Carles Puyol, Anaïr Lomba, Aintzane Encinas, José María Gutierrez, Fernando Morientes, Fernando Hierro, Robert Pirès, Luis García, Gaizka Mendieta, Julio Baptista, David Albelda, Xabi Prieto, Marcos Senna, Milinko Pantic, Ismael Urzaiz, César Sánchez, Samuel Eto’o, Diego Forlán, Denilson De Oliveira, Frédéric Kanouté, Steve McManaman, Vero Boquete, Fernando Redondo, Patrick Kluivert, ‘El Pibe’ Carlos Valderrama, Christian Karembeu, Aritz Aduriz and Paolo Futre.
LaLiga marks its 90th season with a look back at some of the key moments which led the Spanish league to become a global benchmark and a leader in the entertainment industry.February 10th marks 92 years to the day since the first match in LaLiga history: RCD Espanyol 3-2 Real Union de Irún
Kuala Lumpur, February 10th 2021.- LaLiga celebrates its 90th season in 2021/21, doing so as one of the best leagues in the world, a global phenomenon, and a true leader in the modern entertainment industry. But how did it come to be this international benchmark? At what point did it become so much more than a simple football league and emblematic of a whole country? What’s the secret behind LaLiga clubs winning five of the last seven Champions League and 15 of the last 21 European trophies, or LaLiga players picking up each of the last 11 Ballon d’Ors?
LaLiga reflected on these questions this February 10th, looking back on almost a century of competition to mark the 92nd anniversary of the first ever LaLiga game: RCD Espanyol 3-2 Real Union de Irun, played at 3.10pm at Sarria stadium in front of thousands of fans who each paid no more than a couple of pesetas. The world has evolved no end since then, but LaLiga has adapted to the changing times, and at no time with more decisiveness and global vision than over the past decade.
On the field, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona have more often than not been the motor to push the league to new highs. Los Blancoshave wowed the football world ever since the days of Alfredo Di Stefano and Santiago Bernabeu in the 1950s. FC Barcelona, meanwhile, took a step up in the early 1990s, when Johan Cruyff’s Dream Team laid the seeds of how football would be played over the next three decades. Off the field, meanwhile, the league’s organisational structures evolved to provide ever-increasing support to the league’s sporting successes. LaLiga as we know it today was founded in 1984 with this in mind, and the emergence of pay TV channels in 1996 saw the competition become known internationally as the ‘League of Stars.’ LaLiga has grown to dominate club football over the past 25 years, and in particular in the last decade thanks to the prolonged rivalry between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, two of the greatest players to ever play the game. The success of financial controls introduced in 2013 has also seen an ever-increasing balance emerge within the league, as has the collective rights sales model which was introduced two years later.
To these key moments in LaLiga history add in the greatest players and coaches in world football, iconic stadiums, historic clubs, fascinating stories, an international structure at the cutting edge of technology and countless goals, moves and moments which will live forever in the memory of fans all over the world… the result is a blockbuster production that 90 seasons on continues to offer excitement and emotion of the highest order.
LaLiga is a global, innovative and socially responsible organisation that leads the way in the leisure and entertainment sector. It is a private sporting association which is comprised of the 20 LaLiga Santander and 22 LaLiga SmartBank clubs and public limited sports companies (SADs) and is responsible for organising professional and national football competitions. In the 2018/19 season, LaLiga reached a global audience of 2.7 billion. The institution is centrally headquartered in Madrid (Spain) and has a presence in 55 countries through its nine offices and 46 delegates. The association carries out social outreach activities through its foundation and is the world’s first professional football league with a league for intellectually challenged footballers: LaLiga Genuine Santander.
With retailers such as Lazada and Shopee at our convenience, it is estimated that an average of RM277 was spent by Malaysians during the 11.11 sales in 2019. A study also revealed that up to RM683 was spent on gym equipment, because what other way to spend a day for singles than to focus on your own well-being?
We Malaysians aren’t far behind when it comes to spending, especially during 11.11 sales. Data collected as of 21 November 2019 also revealed that there was a 36% growth in search interest in the term “11.11” in 2019 as compared to 2018.
Within the first hour, Lazada hit their 1 millionth item sold during 2019’s 11.11 sales, and it took them merely 13 hours to surpass previous year’s sales record. Its first order was shipped out as early as 1:20am, which was also a new regional record – the first delivery that was made within 80 minutes from the time of purchase.
Lazada Wallet was also the highest-used payment option during the 24-hour sale, with transactions per minute increasing by more than 50% compared to 2018, which saw a whopping 77% increase.
Shopee on the other hand had recorded three times more orders in their first hour of 11.11 compared to the same period the previous year.
“Other products that remain a hit time and again include Milo powder, Drypers diapers, wireless Bluetooth earphones, Tefal cookware, and Photobook,” said Shopee Regional Managing Director, Ian Ho.
Shopee also said in a statement that their top-performing brands had recorded an average of 5,659 times increase in visits and 740 times growth in orders, while shopping activity peaked over lunch at 12.10PM, as the day of the sales fell on a working weekday.
“Biggest gainers include Tefal, Skechers, and Acer who recorded a 3,408-time, 2,870-time, and 1,743-time uplift in orders respectively,” he added.
But we’re only at the surface of the numbers as we’ve saved the best for last, one of the earliest pioneers – Alibaba, which owns a controlling stake in Lazada.
Alibaba recorded US$1 billion (about RM4.14 billion), before going on to reach US$13 billion (about RM53.8 billion), all within their first hour of 11.11. It later went on to surpass its own 2018 record of US$30.8 billion (RM127.6 billion) in 16 and a half hours.
Malaysia also made it to the top ten countries that spent the most during Alibaba’s Singles’ Day sales in 2019, coming in at 7th. Alibaba’s sales also exceeded the total spending of all consumers in the U.S. ‘s shopping holiday of Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Can we expect to see larger numbers in 2020’s 11.11 sales? According to the ever rising trajectories showcased by each of these e-commerce companies, yes.
It is safe to say that the hype for 11.11 is here to stay as the e-commerce culture has continued to grow in Malaysia; with all these in the works, who knows when the next record will be broken again?
Dreaming of a home in a green lung that’s also next to modern conveniences? Well, dream no more as it is a reality made affordable with Mitraland’s 3xtra Big Deals campaign!
This super-savers campaign by Mitraland Group is for its projects in Klang South and Melawati. The campaign offers:
1xtra deal: flash rebates for limited units for a limited time only
2xtra deal: free 12 months of maintenance fee and pay nothing up to 12 months after booking*
3xtra deal: savings from the Home Ownership Campaign 2020 (HOC 2020)
Under HOC 2020, buyers enjoy full stamp duty exemption on the Instrument of Transfer for properties up to RM1 million, and a partial stamp duty exemption (3%) for those priced between RM1 million to RM2.5 million. HOC 2020 guarantees you a 10% discount off the purchasing price. On top of that, the Overnight Policy Rate (OPR)has been slashed even further to 1.75% – this means a lower loan interest rate!
Upperville @ Melawati gives you the best of both worlds – greenery and convenience – being merely 15km from KL City Centre. It sits next to Mitraland’s award winning 16 Quartz development with the majestic Klang Gates Quartz Ridge (a proposed UNESCO Heritage site) as its backdrop.
Low density within an exclusive and mature neighbourhood, Upperville has easy access to 4 highways and top amenities (hospitals, international schools, malls and LRT) within 10km. From RM2,700 a month, each 1,050 sq ft unit comes with 3 spacious bedrooms and 2 parking lots!
Gravit8 @ Klang South on the other hand offers a self-contained community with residences, retail and office components. Its FREEHOLD condominium units are nestled within an iconic 8-acre Lakepark. Convenience stores and restaurants are just a short stroll away.
Residents of Gravit8 are spoiled by a 3-acre facility deck. Its swimming pool offers the best sunset view in Klang South, a multipurpose hall, gymnasium, games room and more. From RM2,000 a month, units are available from 2+1 Bed onwards and ranging from 871 sq ft to 1,237 sq ft.
As a fully integrated development, Gravit8 is also super connected. Located along the Shah Alam Expressway (KESAS) and close to the Federal Highway, it can be accessed via over 7 highways.
Keen buyers should take action now as the campaign is for a limited number of units within a limited period only. And the cherry on the icing: 10-gram gold bars* are up for grabs in the month of November!
KUALA LUMPUR, 3 November 2020 – iMedia, one of Malaysia’s leading integrated digital media groups, today announced it has acquired a 90% controlling stake in BeautifulNara (www.beautifulnara.com), one of the leading Malay Language portals in Malaysia. The acquisition goes in line with the company’s mission of becoming Malaysia’s number 1 integrated digital media group.
iMedia, recently announced its own plans to join Bursa Malaysia via its own 100% acquisition by Rev Asia Berhad, currently listed on Bursa Malaysia for approximately RM40m. Upon approval by regulators and shareholders, the BeautifulNara acquisition will be part of iMedia’s move to Bursa Malaysia.
iMedia has been moving at lightning speed in the last 90 days, by confirming 4 acquisitions. Over the last 3 months, iMedia announced the acquisition of OhMedia, Ittify, Goody25 and BeautifulNara. The combined network owned by iMedia now reaches over 13m Malaysians.
As part of the acquisition, the company also announced it has signed an Exclusive Advertising Representation Agreement with Nara Media Sdn Bhd. It will be responsible for the acceleration of all revenue across the websites and focus on building its content marketing business, as well as introducing social selling as a new revenue platform.
BeautifulNara is a leading Malay language Entertainment and Social news media and content website that primarily focuses on the latest news on the local entertainment and lifestyle scene, as well as the trendiest stories on celebrities, fashion and travel. Launched in 2013, it has grown into a prominent brand and source for many visitors from Malaysia and across the region. According to Similar Web Traffic and Engagement statistics, BeautifulNara’s users are highly engaged and spends an average of 4 minutes per session each time they visit the website. Compared to similar content websites they also have a low bounce rate of below 55% each month. BeautifulNara have a strong social following with over 1.2m followers on Facebook and Instagram combined. According to Google Analytics, Beautiful Nara recorded an average of 9.6 million-page views and 1 million users per month in year 2020 (based on GA’s January to September data).
Shahzeeq, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of BeautifulNara, said: “Definitely exciting times ahead. Over the years, the social and digital landscape is constantly evolving, the way we consume content is significantly changing too. They are now becoming a huge part of the business’s strategies. Tze Khay and his team are a bunch of brilliant people, and definitely a lot of synergy moving forward.”
Nazuwan, Director and Founder of BeautifulNara, said: “After 12 years, it’s time for me to leave BeautifulNara in the good hands of iMedia. Who knew, a blog I started for fun became this big and read by millions of Malaysians. There’s still so much room for growth and I thank you for all the support, love and help.”
Voon Tze Khay, Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of iMedia, said: “We are excited to welcome BeautifulNara to our fast-growing content and social influencer network. This acquisition will further strengthen the company’s dominant position in the Malay language content network in Malaysia and our reach to the overall Malay urban youth speaking online community. We will continue to build upon the revenue potential in sponsored content and video advertising that is in line with the rapid
growth in the region’s overall digital advertising spend. We see this as an opportunity for a sustainable solution to generate greater revenue.”
“The team led by Shahzeeq will continue to work closely with iMedia and focus on the overall expansion of BeautifulNara and its other related websites, Amazing Nara (www.amazingnara.com) that covers trending daily news as well as Kimchi Daily (www.kimchidaily.my) which features all things KPOP, to provide scale that the group wants to achieve in building a larger community of Malay speaking audience and social media influencers”.
iMedia — Malaysia’s fast-growing integrated digital media group with a combined following of over 13 million visitors across its websites, social platforms and influencer network — has an extensive portfolio of popular online brands and influencer network which include OhMedia, Ittify, Goody25, GoodyMy, BeautifulNara, Amazing Nara, Kimchi Daily, Newswav, Malaysia Gazette and Oriental Daily Online.
iMedia website: www.imediaasia.co
Oh! Media website: www.ohmedia.my
Oh! Media Facebook: www.facebook.com/ohmedianetwork
iMedia is one of Malaysia’s leading integrated digital media groups operated by a team of digital media specialists. The company owns and provides digital advertising and marketing, customized content production and solutions for popular local language sites, premium video streaming network and social influencer platforms. In driving innovation in digital marketing, the company injects a layer of technology across its platforms to utilize data effectively in helping advertisers making decisions and analyzing results effectively.
The craze of the 11.11 sales has been in Malaysia for years since Alibaba’s first introduced it in 2009. Nowadays, online shopping is at its all-time high thanks to better technology and the general public having to abide by social distancing guidelines and literally “duduk rumah”. With this, shopping has taken a turn for the better as purchases are now merely clicks away!
To put things into perspective, a whopping 70 million items were bought online on Shopee during 11.11 in 2019. So, what are these products that were bought by fellow Malaysians?
1) Electronic devices and accessories
According to iPrice, the most popular electronics for Malaysian eCommerce consumers are smartphones, laptops and tablets. Samsung was among the best sellers in 2019s 11.11 while Xiaomi and Huawei phones have also been popular among buyers.
Male Malaysians in particular had shown great interest in mobile gadgets and accessories, as seen with the high volume of search queries such as “power bank”, “speaker”, “headphone” and “iPhone” that were searched somewhere in the neighbourhood of 2.9 million times during last year’s 11.11 sales.
More users are also leaning towards making online purchases for smartphone models such as the iPhone 11 Pro Max, Huawei P30, Asus ROG Phone II, Samsung Galaxy S10+, OPPO Reno 2, and Honor 20 Pro.
2) Home appliances
Calling all house owners! Because as families build their homes, so too are eCommerce markets. Thanks to the rising demand for housewares on Shopee, many shoppers are heading to 11.11 to get the essential needs for their perfect homes.
Notably more money is now being spent on home appliances such as pressure cookers, electric ovens, light bulbs, and air fryers. With more and more time being spent at home, we can only expect this number to increase as the next “dalgona coffee” may just be around the corner and the tools needed for that next viral trend is just a click away.
Malaysians have little to no shortage of options when it comes to online shopping for the newest and trendiest clothes. Apart from Shopee and Lazada, Zalora and Hermo also attract a huge number of Malaysian shoppers for their 11.11 sales.
Interestingly, one may think that only the ladies are attracted to the fashionable deals on 11.11, but men are also joining the club as Shopee announced their main online buys for men were clothing, shoes, bags and wallets.
4) Personal Care
Under personal care, health and beauty products made up a majority of sales for 11.11. Retailers such as Hermo are widely known as a one-stop-shop for the ladies and it is not exaggerating to say that both international and local brands are very easily accessible nowadays.
Among the highly sought-after products were the beauty serums, liquid foundations, and even marked down Cetaphil products.
What better way to end this than with the one thing that Malaysians are most proud of – food!
In 2018, Malaysians purchased more than 27 tonnes (24,493 kilograms) of Milo in the first two hours of Lazada’s 11.11 sale; and it did not stop there as the love of Milo stood firm and made its way to one of the top selling items during 11.11 in 2019 as well.
Bonus feature! Baby products
In 2019’s 11.11, diapers were among the most popular items, with more than 13 million pieces sold. Shopee also showed that buyers from Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu mostly bought items for mothers, kids, and babies.
According to the report, “diapers, baby rompers, play mats and breast pumps” were the most purchased items during that time.