Did you notice? Almost all of the Wendy’s outlets in Klang Valley area have somehow closed down permanently.
Apparently since last year, the fast food restaurant has started to close down its stores in Malaysia one by one, and many people have expressed their dismay over the sudden closure.
According to rumours on social media, it is because Wendy’s franchisor Berjaya Burger Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary company under Berjaya Corporation Sdn. Bhd, has decided not to renew their franchise agreement with Wendy’s.
The Wendy’s outlets in Klang Valley which have close down for good include the ones in Mont Kiara, Cyberjaya, Suria KLCC, IPC Damansara, Sunway Pyramid, Jaya One, Mid Valley, and more.
Even the stores outside of Klang Valley such as the outlets in Johor Bahru’s Paradigm Mall as well as Sabah’s KKIA, have reportedly closed.
The only branches that are left are the ones in Penang and Pahang, which may close soon after the clear-out in Klang Valley.
Wendy's Paradigm JB – now closed! 😥😭
the closure of all Wendy's branches in Malaysia in stages by this year. pic.twitter.com/ujWG8HrE7R
— mohd hafizee (@mhdhafizee) March 19, 2019
Rumour has it that the branch in Berjaya Times Square is still open, but a Facebook commenter has speculated that the store may close by 31st March 2019.
The rumours seem fairly legit as Wendy’s Malaysia has apparently disable their Instagram account and their last update on Facebook was in early January 2019.
So to all Wendy’s fans in Malaysia, you may want to use this chance to grab your last bite of Wendy’s meal before it’s gone for real.