Malaysia boasts stunning architecture, beautiful coastlines, and rich culture. And now, it’s officially home to 100 Dunkin’ locations.
Malaysia’s 100th Dunkin’ is a 1,800-square-metre experience for travelers at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) in the city of Sabah. It opens as the largest Dunkin’ in the country, with the capacity to seat up to 88 guests. Operating this location is Golden Donuts, the master franchisee for Dunkin’ in Malaysia since 1987.
“We are thrilled to reach this exciting milestone in Malaysia. We look forward to continued growth in the region to bring our products to even more fans,” says Inspire’s President and Managing Director of International Michael Haley.
This expansion comes on the heels of a growing demand for coffee in Malaysia. With iconic donuts and a beverage-led menu featuring innovative offerings like the new Iced Salted Caramel Latte, Dunkin’ is the perfect place for Malaysian guests to share moments with family and friends.
“This is an extension of our coffee-forward direction, marking a transformation that underlines a warm and welcoming café-style approach that prominently puts Dunkin’s coffee culture in the spotlight,” says Managing Director of Golden Donuts Peter Yu.
Beloved globally for its pairing of high-quality coffee, donuts, and baked goods, the brand serves more than 2 billion cups of coffee and 2 billion donuts and MUNCHKINS® donut hole treats annually worldwide.