Fazrie Haiqal has gained popularity for selling RM1 Nasi Lemak in Sungai Buloh, Selangor. One customer was so dedicated to trying this affordable dish that they rode a motorcycle for 6 hours all the way from Kedah to buy it!
Fazrie explained that he sells the Nasi Lemak for RM1 to make it affordable for everyone. In this day and age, even a simple breakfast can cost up to RM10.
While the profit margin may not be significant, Fazrie is content knowing that he brings happiness to others.
Ada untung ke jual rm1 bang?— bangsudu (@FazrieHaiqal_) August 27, 2022
Meh sini saya ceritakan
1. Tujuan utama saya jual nasi lemak rm1 ni sebab bantu permudahkan urusan orang. Yelah dalam masa sekarang ni kalau nak sarapan pun dah kena habis RM10 untuk sorang, bukan semua orang mampu kan?
sambungg bawah pic.twitter.com/sDEEOBLpTq
Recently, Fazrie shared a "crazy story" on Twitter about a customer who travelled from Kedah to Selangor just to buy his Nasi Lemak, leaving him amazed! The customer messaged Fazrie, inquiring about his operating hours and requesting to reserve 10 packets of Nasi Lemak, mentioning that they would arrive in 2 hours. It turned out that the customer embarked on a 400-kilometre journey on a motorcycle from Kedah to buy the Nasi Lemak.
Abang ni sumpah kental pic.twitter.com/W11e2ELU7k— bangsudu (@FazrieHaiqal_) May 20, 2023
Initially, Fazrie didn't take it seriously. However, to his surprise, the customer sent another message later, including a photo of the purchased Nasi Lemak, stating that they were already on their way back to Kedah after a 6-hour journey. Fazrie was deeply moved and praised the customer's dedication.
This incident sparked discussions among netizens, speculating on the motivation behind the customer's 6-hour motorcycle ride to buy Nasi Lemak:
"Wow, he went to such lengths for Nasi Lemak? Doesn't he have any options nearby?"
"He's not foolish; it's his spirit of determination."
"Perhaps he wanted to experience the joy of riding while also buying something."
"Sometimes we just feel like going far away to buy something and enjoy the ride."
"This is a brotherhood, supporting each other."
Regardless of the reason, this story demonstrates the allure of Fazrie's RM1 Nasi Lemak and the lengths people are willing to go to for a delicious and affordable meal.