Much like how the thumb drive replaces cumbersome hard disks, photographs stand in for actual family reunions. Be progressive with today's Groupon: for RM52, you get a cash voucher for a customised photobook (RM208 value) from Photobook Malaysia. For the full value of this Groupon, you can get one of these options:
- Medium Portrait Imagewrap (RM208 value)
8" x 11"; 40 pages
- Small Square Imagewrap (RM208 value)
8" x 8"; 40 pages
- Small Landscape Imagewrap (RM208 value)
8" x 6"; 40 pages
You can also upgrade to a different book type, and get 25 free letters for cover stamping if you choose a photobook from the Professional Series.
Customers transform digital photographs into elegant coffee table photo albums, and get to play Picasso by selecting from a variety of photobook styles and sizes when designing their album with the user-friendly free photobook designing software. Making professional albums is easy with close to 50 sample layouts to choose in the Readybooks page.
Whether it’s a softcover album to create your own photo travel magazine, or a hardcover album to time-freeze a little sister’s first tooth-plucking, a photobook fits well on your personal shelf of memories, or as a gift. Most handmade albums come with 40 pages of photos printed on premium acid-free paper for long-lasting images, and customers may add on additional pages at a small fee. Accessory upgrades for Slip Case (RM80) and Presentation Box (RM280) make photo books more presentable as birthday presents or bug swatters.
Shipping is not included, but delivery within Malaysia can be arranged at a cost ranging from RM10 to RM12, with books arriving on doorsteps within four to six working days.
- Mondays to Fridays: 9.00am – 6.00pm
Photobook Malaysia was featured in The Star.
I am a big fan of Photobook Malaysia ever since I did my wedding photo album with them. So since February is the season of love – I decided as a special project – I made another photobook with our Singapore and Cameron Highlands anniversary trip pictures. It turned out really well. - February 7, 2011