Fast & Free Shipping Within Malaysia
At Achlim customers get fast and free shipping on orders costing RM100 and up.
|Peninsular Malaysia||Standard Shipping: 3 to 5 Business
Orders Above RM100
|RM10.60: Orders Below RM100
|East Malaysia||Standard Shipping: 3 to 5 Business
|RM31.80: Orders Below RM180
Where do we deliver?We do delivering nationwide inside Malaysia.
For any purchasing from outside Malaysia, please do contact us through our email at firstname.lastname@example.org (+6011 3983 9176 Wahtsapp) for shipment charges or chat with us on Achlim live chat and we will try our best to advise you accordingly before you proceed to check out.
Who are our shipping partners?
We do word with the below delivery services Pos laju, Airpak, Citylink, DHL or Aramex to deliver the products. The choice of courier service depends on the product weight and courier's availability. You will be updated accordingly via email notifications once the shipment has been made.
|Local Delivery||Local Delivery
||International delivery||International delivery
How do I track my order?
Once an order has shipped out, we will send you an email with the tracking number. Just click on the link and it will take you to the tracking page of Pos laju, Airpak, Citylink, DHL or Aramex . Alternatively you may log in to your account on Achlim to track the order parcel. For any other questions regarding shipment, kindly send us an email at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
For other inquiries do not hesitate to contact us
For any other questions regarding shipment, kindly send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
This offer is not applicable to e-goods and products with price lowered under RM100.
What is Anis?
It is a herb that cultivated widely throughout the world. Its flowers are yellow, compound umbels and its leaves are feather shaped. The greenish brown, ridged seeds are used for food or the drug. They are harvested when ripe in autumn. Aniseed has an anethole like odor and a sweet licorice like aromatic taste, which has led to the traditional use of anise oils in licorice candy.
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