11 January 2024

Lotus’s Malaysia Launches its First Lotus’s Mart in Duyong, Melaka

Following the opening of Lotus’s Kluang and Lotus’s Muar last October, Lotuss Stores Malaysia Sdn Bhd (Lotus’s Malaysia) today launched its third store in Melaka. The single level, 1,000 square meter Lotus’s Mart Duyong is located within the residential area of Taman Desa Duyong.

With the addition of Lotus’s Mart Duyong, the retailer now operates a total of 69 stores across Peninsular Malaysia. 

Officiating the grand opening of Lotus’s Mart Duyong today was Yang Berhormat Datuk Mohd Noor Helmy Abdul Halem, State Assemblymen of Duyong, Melaka, accompanied by Yang Berbahagia Datuk Mohd Yusof Abu Bakar, Chief Executive Officer of Melaka Corporation (MCORP), Jayakumar Govindan, Central 2 Region Store Director of Lotus’s Malaysia and other members of MCORP and Lotus’s Malaysia leadership team.

During the store walk, Lotus’s Malaysia Central 2 Region Store Director, Jayakumar Govindan said, “Although Lotus’s Mart Duyong is smaller in size compared to the two existing hypermarkets in Melaka, we see its potential in creating an ecosystem that is beneficial, bringing convenience to both residents and businesses within and nearby this area”.

“To give our Duyong customers the opportunity to enjoy the many promotions on offer, the store will extend its operating hours to 12.00am from today until 13 January 2024. Following that, the store will operate as usual from 8.00am until 10.00pm”.

Despite its smaller build up, Lotus’s Mart Duyong offers customers and business owners a selection of up to 5,000 SKUs ranging from fresh produce, frozen, grocery, household products and bakery including many of its Lotus’s Own Brand favourites.

At the opening, customers were quick to grab first day deals like watermelon and potatoes at 0.99 sen per kilogramme. Until 13 January, customers will be treated with a free breakfast, RM5 cash vouchers in the Lotus’s Malaysia App for newly registered My Lotus’s members and goodie bags worth more than RM10 with a minimum spend of RM50.

In doing what is best for the community and the environment, Lotus’s introduces its #KitakanJiran food surplus programme into Duyong. With the help of its long-time charity partner, Kechara Soup Kitchen, all safe and edible but unsold food products like vegetables, fruits and bakery items will be redistributed to various vulnerable groups in Melaka. Lotus’s Malaysia’s food surplus programme to date has successfully provided over 120,000 families with access to nutrition.

Those keen to know more of the many exciting activities taking place at Lotus’s Mart Duyong can go to the official Lotus’s Facebook and Instagram pages. 


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