No, ride-hailing platform isn’t launching GrabChopper for real as of yet. But let’s face it, year in and year out we struggle finding the perfect Father’s Day gift for the most important man in our lives.

How many socks, ties, T-shirts, toiletries, and special meals can Daddy-o have anyway? What can you get for the man who probably has everything? Is there any way to make this year’s Father’s Day more special than the last without recycling ideas?

GrabCar Malaysia Helicopter Father's Day 2016

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Maybe 🙂

This Father’s Day, Grab is giving a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you to take Daddy dearest on a helicopter ride! Imagine zipping through the sky over the Kuala Lumpur skyline and experiencing a bird’s eye view of the city’s most famous landscape and landmarks. Trust us when we say that you’ll definitely want to get your cameras ready because you will be enjoying Kuala Lumpur from a whole new perspective!

From 6th June – 17th June, GrabCar is giving 15 lucky GrabCar passengers a chance to win their Dad an exclusive VIP helicopter ride ​over the magnificent view of Kuala Lumpur city.

GrabChopper Malaysia

How to take part, you ask?

Simple!

  • Step 1: Download the Grab app from the Apple App Store and/or Google Play Store.
  • Step 2: Book a ride via the special “GrabChopper” icon and insert your desired location in both pick up and drop off field.
  • Step 3: Key in the promo code COOLDAD ​for each GrabCar booking made from 6th June  – 17th June 2016.
  • Step 4: Good luck! You are on your way to winning a once-in-­a-­lifetime “GrabChopper” experience!

This Father’s Day, the sky’s the limit 😉

For more details, hit up http://bit.ly/GrabChopper.

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