Prior to the dawn of the digital era—now what seems like ages ago—there was nothing quite like receiving a letter in the mailbox. No matter where your friends, families, and pen pals were, your mail would be delivered—come rain, hail, or shine—by postal services.
It’s why Pos Malaysia, the country’s national postal service that has been around since the 1800s, is a much trusted brand. Malaysians have been using it to send mail, wire money, pay their bills, among other services, for decades. Pos Malaysia is everywhere—it has over 3,000 iconic, red postal boxes scattered across the country, including one that is 3,289 meters above sea level on Mount Kinabalu in Sabah.