Grab Malaysia has recently begun to offer its bike-hailing service, GrabBike in selected areas within Kuala Lumpur. It is part of a 6-months industry-wide trial which was announced by the Transport Minister, Anthony Loke last year and is being done to determine the effectiveness of bike-hailing service in our market.
According to the Grab app, GrabBike service is currently only available for areas around KLCC, Bukit Bintang, Pudu, and Chow Kit. Just like what we’ve seen on Dego Ride, female passengers can choose to have female drivers for the service.
In terms of the pricing, here is how it looks like:
In case you are within the vicinity of the areas that we have mentioned above but couldn’t see the GrabBike option, try checking the app store of your phone to see whether there’s an update for your Grab app.