This ride-hailing platfrom has become a competitor in the field of transportation, operating in 30 cities around Southeast Asia. The Grab app offers booking service for taxis, private cars and motorbikes in Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Grab also offers a wide range of services on the app:
GrabTaxi: Book a budget or premium taxi from Southeast Asia’s largest network of drivers.
GrabCar: Ride in a private car and pay a fixed fare that is agreed upfront.
GrabBike: Get around the city in the quickest way possible.
GrabExpress: A delivery service to send your parcels and documents.
GrabHitch: Hitch a ride or give someone a lift.
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