With Ramadhan now in full swing, the quintessential visit to the Ramadhan Bazaar will complete the experience, regardless of race, religion and nationality. These bazaars – or more commonly called ‘Pasar Ramadhan’ or Param for short – have traditionally been a cash-and-carry marketplace.
With the advent of digital services and e-wallets, our local Param are also getting on the action. In its efforts of educating the public about going cashless with e-wallets, Boost is extending its cashless education roadshow to the bazaars.
If you can’t get to an ATM before delving into the wide variety of delicacies and delights at the Ramadhan Bazaar, there’s no need to fret. Through the Boost mobile app, patrons can make transactions easier, faster and more secure with vendors. Enjoy seamless payment experience without the hassle of fishing out your wallet for loose notes and small change.
Even our newly appointed Deputy Prime Minister, Dato’ Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail was going cashless at the Pandan Indah Bazaar Ramadhan recently. The DPM quickly learned about the Boost mobile app and the benefits of going cashless. Wan Azizah shared that she would like to explore the platform further.
Boost’s efforts are in line with Malaysia’s aspiration of becoming a cashless society. To be part of the movement and how you can go cashless at the bazaar, the Boost crew will be at these locations:
*Greater Klang Valley*
Bangsar, TTDI, Kelana Jaya, Jalan TAR, Seksyen 13, Bkt Sentosa, Puchong Prima, Puncak Alam, Kosmopleks and Pandan Indah