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Top 10 online shopping sites in Malaysia 2021

Apa khabar! Malaysia is not a first ecommerce market to start in Southeast Asia, not the largest like Indonesia, or the second largest like Thailand. But it’s usually the second market for many regional startups or global firms while expanding in Asean because of it’s average income and English fluency. Malaysia is also a good place produced some of the best regional startups such as AirAsia or Grab, thanks to it’s advantage of multi-languages, cultures and religions. Let’s review some of the top eCommerce sites in Malaysia 2021.

Top 10 online shopping eCommerce sites/apps in Malaysia 2021

1. Shopee.com.my – 59.33Millions (monthly visits)

    • Self-description: malaysia’s #1 shopping platform for baby & kids essentials, toys, fashion & electronic items, and more! lowest price guaranteed | cashback deals | shopee mall

2.Lazada.com.my – 15.14M

    • Self-desc: widest range of mobile & tablets, home appliances, tv, audio, home & living at lazada | best prices ➤ fast delivery | cash on delivery ✈ effortless shopping ♥ best customer care!

3. Mudah.my – 4.75M

    • Malaysia home-grown marketplace
    • Self-desc: buy & sell your new and preloved items on malaysia’s largest marketplace. sell faster for free. 1 item sold every minute.

4. PgMall.my – 6.03M

    • Self-desc: widest range of products like fashion, home appliances, home & living, grocery available at pgmall | best shopping experience ➤ share with friends ➤ earn cwallet with friends!!

5. Amazon.com

6. Lowyat.net – 4.81M

    • Self-desc: malaysia’s leading online publication delivering breaking tech news, gadgets and mobile phone reviews, internet technologies and much more.

7. Carousell.com.my – 3.59M

    • Self-desc: find great deals on electronics, fashion, home & living, toys, and games for sale safely and quickly on carousell malaysia. start selling your new and preloved items on malaysia’s free online marketplace.

8. Zalora.com.my – 1.14M

    • online shopping fashion, beauty & lifestyle @ zalora malaysia | free delivery above rm99✓ cash on delivery✓ 30 days free return✓ 100% original✓

9. Mobile88.com – 1.09M

    • Self-desc: mobile88 provides comparisons articles, review, price on smartphones / handphones and tablets. also provides a comprehensive directory of mobile phone brands, specifications, tablets, gadgets and more.

10. iPrice.my 0.71M

    • shop now with the largest selection of top brands and products in the region – all in a single website! discover new products, compare smartphone prices and products. get the latest coupon and voucher codes for lazada, zalora, qoo10, grab car, and more!

Top 10 online shopping eCommerce sites/apps in Malaysia 2017

Top ecommerce sites Malaysia

Apa khabar! Let’s review some of the top eCommerce sites in Malaysia 2017

  1. lazada malaysiaLazada.com.my – 48.06M visits

    • Avg. Visit Duration 00:06:58
    • Pages per Visit 7.33
    • Android App: only one app for the whole Southeast Asia
  2. AirAsia.com – 26.51M visitsairasia

    • Founded in 1993, AirAsia is probably the low cost airlines with the most online traffic in Southeast Asia.
    • Avg. Visit Duration 00:06:57
    • Pages per Visit 6.60
    • Android App
      • Total Installs: 5M – 10M
      • Rating 3.7  (Based on 76,184 votes)
  3. Mudah.com.my – 23.81M visitsmudah

    • Avg. Visit Duration 00:08:56
    • Pages per Visit 13.13
    • Android App
      • Total Installs: 5M – 10M
      • Rating 4.5  (Based on 146,446 votes)
    • A classified site: from cars, mobile phone, houses to jobs, you can find anything on Mudah. Mudah is Craiglist of Malaysia and a subsidy of Singapore Press Holdings. Launched in 2006, the online classified ads website was named mudah.my, originally from the Malay word “Mudah” that means “easy” in English.
  4. Samsung.com

  5. 11street.my – 14.84M visits

    • Avg. Visit Duration 00:03:55
    • Pages per Visit 4.43
    • Android App
      • Total Installs: 1M – 5M
      • Rating 4.3  (Based on 28,254 votes)
    • It is a joint venture company between Celcom Axiata Berhad (49%) and SK Planet Ltd (51%). Amid rumours of the two partners behind 11street Malaysia looking to exit, Alibaba and JD.com are said to be in talks to acquire the platform. 11street Malaysia is probably the most successful market of SK Planet quest in Southeast Asia, while making it to the top five ecommerce sites in Malaysia, the achievement they couldn’t do in Indonesia and Thailand ecommerce markets. They’re also exiting Indonesian market.
  6. Shopee.com.my – 8.23M visits

    • Avg. Visit Duration 00:09:23
    • Pages per Visit 10.41
    • Android App
      • Total Installs: 10M – 50M
      • Rating 4.2  (Based on 354,917 votes)
  7. Taobao.com
  8. Lowyat.net – 12.27M visits lowyat.net

    • Avg. Visit Duration 00:05:25
    • Pages per Visit 4.63
    • Lowyat.Net started in the early 2000s as a simple website publishing the price list of computers and gadgets. In 2011, Lowyat Networks expanded its portfolio with the launching of Lipstiq.com, a women’s lifestyle portal.
    • Android App. It seems Lowyat doesn’t have its own app, so a member decided to develop an app for his favorite forum.
      • Total Installs: 10K – 50K
      • Rating 4.1  (Based on 85 votes)
  9. Booking.com
  10. Lelong.com.my – 9.97M visitslelong

    • Avg. Visit Duration 00:04:06
    • Pages per Visit 3.91
    • Android App
      • Total Installs: 500K – 1M
      • Rating 4.2  (Based on 10,952 votes)
    • Started from 1998 as buypc.com.my by two co-founders. It’s style and function is similar to the international auction site such as eBay.com. Lelong has experienced losses and only broke even at the 7th year. Now Lelong is also offering Webstore, or Group Buying features.

Other top online shopping eCommerce sites in Malaysia 2017

  • Cinema.com.my
  • Maybank2u.com.my
  • pbebank.com
  • Baidu.com
  • Agoda.com
  • TripAdvisor.com.my
  • Traveloka.com
  • Tesco.com
  • cuppa.com.my

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