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Here's Where You Should Be Treating Yourself - Because YOU Deserve It!

BY Team Loanstreet

Updated 07 Dec 2022

In collaboration with 

The school holidays are usually anticipated by both children and adults alike. If you’re planning to have a getaway, you might be thinking of faraway exotic places. But those would burn a hole in your pocket, especially if you’re looking for something a little more luxurious!

So why not ‘Cuti-Cuti Malaysia’? Bank of China (BOC), Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) as well as Public Bank (PBB) are all collaborating with UnionPay to issue cards that are not only accepted at over 170 countries and regions, but are giving out exclusive offers throughout Malaysia for their esteemed cardholders! PBB is the first local bank to partner up with UnionPay and introduce their debit card, while BOC and ICBC have been issuing multiple UnionPay card products, so Malaysians will be spoilt for choice.

Come check out the infographic we’ve provided below for some ideas on what to see and do. Just hover over each icon to see what’s on offer, and hey, you can even get discounts for these memorable experiences! 

What’s more, as part of UnionPay Global Shopping Fiesta happening from now till February 2019, enjoy up to 30% off at over 30,000 merchants in more than 70 shopping districts covering 31 countries and regions. Visit for more details.

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