How are the opportunities for paid surveys in Malaysia?
Before getting to the list of the best survey panels, let’s first look into how the opportunities, in general, are to make money like this in Malaysia, so you know what you can expect.
How many opportunities you have to earn on online paid surveys depends a lot on the country you live in. Malaysia is not one of the countries that have the most opportunities, but luckily it still has some really good options, so it is definitely possible to make some extra cash online like this.
Several of the big and popular survey sites are available in Malaysia, and some of them even offer platforms in Malay, which make them even easier to use (I will explain which ones on the list below).
Just be aware that doing paid surveys will not make you rich so survey jobs is not something you can do for a living. I always make sure to make this clear, so you know what to expect. You can definitely make some really nice extra cash, but you just need to do it with the right expectations.
How to earn the most?
To get the most chances to earn, it is best to join several sites.
Often the different sites have different opportunities in Malaysia, and by joining more, you will naturally have more opportunities to earn. I recommend joining 5-7 sites for a start if you have not done paid surveys before. Once you get to know these sites, you can then start joining more.
A small tip to earn extra is to be aware that several of the platforms on the list below do not only offer paid surveys. They also offer other ways to earn. The sites with more earning options are often known as GPT sites (Get-Paid-To).
On these, you can, for example, earn by taking online offers, doing online micro-tasks, watching videos, downloading apps, click ads, chatting, playing games, and more.
Make sure to use some of these other options as well, as they can really boost your earnings.
25 Awesome survey sites for Malaysia
So let’s get to the list of the best survey sites you can join if you live in Malaysia.
This is not a complete list of all the sites that are available in Malaysia, but a select list of the best sites that are definitely worth joining, as they are all legit and give good opportunities. And it is a list of survey and GPT sites that actually pay.
The list is regularly updated so make sure to bookmark this page and come back and check for new opportunities once in a while.
Toluna Influencers is a worldwide survey site that is very popular. It has sites in many countries and in many languages. It also has a site particularly for Malaysia that is definitely worth checking out.
It is a platform that mainly offers paid surveys as a way to earn. That makes it simple and easy to use, and it offers a good amount of surveys. You also have the chance to earn a bit extra by creating content on the platform that other members can interact with, and it regularly runs free contests.
On Toluna you can get paid through PayPal or choose from a large amount of different gift cards. Overall, definitely a site you should check out if you live in Malaysia.
Short summary: Viewfruit has a specific survey panel just for Malaysia, and it has good opportunities for earning here. It is very easy to use, and as soon as you have signed up, you will start receiving email invitations for surveys.
In addition to taking paid surveys, you can also interact with other members, vote in quick polls, create polls, and earn by inviting friends to join. Viewfruit also has an app that makes it easy to earn a bit of money on the go.
You can get paid through PayPal, and it has a low payout threshold that will not take long to reach if you are actively participating in the surveys you are offered.
Payout methods: PayPal, gift cards, charity donations Payout threshold: Depends on reward More information:Read full YouGov review
Short summary: YouGov has local survey sites in many countries, and it also has a site for Malaysia.
You can only earn by taking paid surveys, but it offers a pretty good amount of these. Most of the surveys are interesting and about current and relevant topics. So it is a great platform to be a member of if you want to have your opinion heard on important topics.
YouGov offers several different payout methods for Malaysia. You can get paid in cash through PayPal, get gift cards, mobile credits, or donate to charities. When you can get your reward depends on the type of reward, you want to have. Overall a very user-friendly survey site with good and interesting surveys.
Short summary: ySense used to be called ClixSense but has now been rebranded. It is a survey site that is available for more or less all countries, including Malaysia. It gives a good amount of daily survey options. Sometimes you have to click several times to find the surveys you qualify for, but it does not take long to check if you qualify for a survey or not.
A great thing about ySense (aka ClixSense) is that it also offers you to earn on tasks through Figure Eight. So even if you do not have many surveys available, these tasks can eventually give you some nice extra earnings. You can also earn by taking offers, and get a daily bonus by having a certain activity every day.
ySense pays out through PayPal, Payoneer, Skrill, and gift cards. When you can get your earnings depends on your chosen reward but it starts already at $5, which can be reached quickly.
Payout methods: Bitcoin, Skrill, AirTM, Payeer, Bank Transfer, Neteller Payout threshold: $10 More information:Read full Timebucks review
Short summary: Timebucks is an interesting and different survey and GPT site. It is available in Malaysia, and what makes the site good is that no matter where you live, you will always be able to find ways to earn here.
Timebucks, of course, offer paid surveys, but it also has many other ways to earn, so if you do not get access to a lot of surveys, make sure to check out some of the other earning methods. You can, for example, earn by watching videos, by watching online content, by clicking ads, social media tasks, watch slideshows, mining cryptocurrencies, and it has free daily money draw you can participate in.
Some of the earning methods give pretty good rewards, while others will not give you very high rewards. But there will always be earning methods available, so for that reason, it can still be worth being a member of, if you are a bit patient
Timebucks pays out through Bitcoin, Skrill, AirTM, Payeer, Bank Transfer, or Neteller, and you can get paid once you have reached $10.
Short summary: PrizeRebel is a great survey site. In Malaysia, it will however not give you access to a huge amount of paid surveys, but you will be able to find some through the offer wall. In addition to that, you can earn by watching videos, taking Figure Eight tasks, downloading apps, participating in contests, and more.
If you are only interested in taking surveys and none of the other earning methods, it might not be the right site for you, as you need to use some of the other options to really earn money on PrizeRebel in Malaysia because of the limited access it gives to surveys here. But if you are interested in this, it is definitely a site worth checking out.
PrizeRebel pays out through PayPal (which is my favorite payment method on survey sites), or you can choose to get paid with gift cards. You can get paid already when you have earned $5.
Short summary: Surveytime is probably one of the fastest paying survey sites available in Malaysia, as you will get your earnings paid out right away every time you have completed a survey.
You just need to be aware that in the joining process, you have to fill out a profile survey. After you do this, you will get access to a list of available surveys that are regularly updated. You will not qualify for all of them but it has a good amount and you get $1 for every survey – no matter the length of the survey so for the short surveys that is a really good reward.
As mentioned, you get your earnings transferred immediately when you complete a survey and you get your earnings via PayPal.
Surveyeah has a specific survey panel just for Malaysia. It is very easy to use as you just have to sign up and then you will receive an email invitation when there is an available survey.
You just need to make sure not to join Surveyeah as the only survey site as it has quite a limited amount of online surveys for Malaysia. So it takes some patience to gather enough money but as it is so easy to use and join, it does not take much extra effort and can, therefore, be great to join as an extra site.
You can get paid in cash through PayPal once you have earned $10 or you can get your earnings out in Amazon gift cards.
Short summary: Triaba is a very easy-to-use survey site. The only way you can earn here is by taking surveys, but that is the reason it is so easy to get started with. It has a separate website for Malaysia. Once you have signed up, you will receive an email, when there is a new survey available.
It does not have surveys every day and sometimes not every week. But as an extra site, it can be great to join, as you do not have to log in to the site to check for surveys, but you can just wait for an email invitation.
Triaba only offers PayPal as a payment method, and you can request a payout when you have made around $10.
Payout methods: PayPal, prepaid Visa/Master, gift cards Payout threshold: $10 More information:Read full Univox review
Univox Community is not only a paid survey website but it also has a user-friendly app. So if you want to earn some extra money online through an app in Malaysia, this is a great choice.
In addition to earning by taking surveys, you can also participate in free contests and it has membership levels where you move up the ranks just by being active and this can give some great benefits.
Right when you join, you need to earn $25 to get your earnings out. But as you get a higher membership level, you can get your earnings out already when you have earned $10. And you get a $2 joining bonus juts by signing up and confirming your email.
GrabPoints is a GPT site with quite a lot of different ways to earn a bit of extra cash in Malaysia. You can, for example, earn by taking surveys, downloading apps, taking offers, and more.
The rewards for your time are pretty high on GrabPoints compared to many other sites. You just need to be aware that it can take some patience to find the surveys you qualify for. But if you have that patience, it gives really good rewards.
You can get your earnings out in cash via PayPal already when you have earned $5 and you can also choose to get paid in gift cards and it has many different to choose from.
Short summary: Superpay.me mostly has paid surveys, but it also has some other paid offers you can take. You can join no matter where you live, which means you can of course also join from Malaysia.
At first, the site can be a bit confusing to use, and you often have to be a little patient to find the surveys you qualify for.
The reason it is still on this list is that it has many options, it has a great free cash contest, and one thing that is especially great is that you can get paid already when you have earned $1. So it is possible to reach the payout threshold very fast. You can get paid through PayPal, Skrill, Amazon gift cards, and Bitcoin.
TGM Panel has its own survey panel just for Malaysia so even though you cannot find a huge number of surveys here, it can still be worth it as all the surveys are relevant and the platform is easy to use.
You will get invitations via email when there are new surveys but you can also login to the platform to see a list of available surveys.
You can get your earnings our as cash or gift cards once you have earned $10.
Valued Opinions has its own survey panel just for Malaysia and it is very easy to use. Once you are a member, you can see which surveys that are available for you.
It might take a little time after you join before you can see them inside the panel, so check back regularly. In addition to paid surveys, you can at times find bigger studies or focus groups you can participate in as well.
You can get paid when you have earned $10 and you can get your earnings out in gift cards or donate to charity.
Payout methods: PayPal, bank transfer, mobile credit, charity donations Payout threshold: No threshold More information:Read full WowApp review
WowApp is an interesting site and you can access it on all devices. At first, it might be a little confusing due to all the options it has, but this also means you can earn in many ways.
You can, for example, earn by taking surveys, taking offers, playing games, by calling or chatting, it gives cashback on a lot of Malaysian online shops, you can get paid to read the news, and more.
It has many payout methods and a lot of ways to earn as you can see. So no matter your preferences, you will likely find good options here.
Short summary: Mobrog is a very easy-to-use survey site and it also has an app so you can earn on the go. You can sign up, and then you will receive emails when there is a new survey available ot receive a notification via the app.
Mobrog has a separate site for Malaysia and the only way you can earn here is by taking surveys.
It does not offer as many surveys as the sites on top of this list, and you often do not qualify for the surveys that are available. Because it is so easy to use, and because it does not take much extra time to be a member of this site and click the survey invitations, it is, however, still on this list and definitely a site worth considering.
Short summary: FeaturePoints is a very easy-to-use site to use and you can join it a find some opportunities here from Malaysia, even though it will not necessarily give you daily opportunities.
You can take surveys, watch videos, and download apps. Some of the options are only available through the FeaturePoints app, so make sure to also get that if you decide to join.
The payout threshold is very low as you can get your earnings out already when you have earned $1. You can get paid in cash through PayPal, in Bitcoin, or in gift cards. If you join through the link below, you will get a 50 point joining bonus.
Short summary: LifePoints Panel is one of the newest Malaysian survey sites. It was launched after the merger of GlobalTestMarket and MySurvey. So if you used to be a member of one of these sites, LifePoints might seem familiar to you.
After the launch that has been some beginning technical difficulties but overall it is a very easy survey site to use. You just sign up and then wait for survey invitations via email. It is not the site with the most online surveys but it has a decent amount.
Once you have earned $10 you can request a payout. The exact payout threshold depends on your chosen reward.
Zaoree is a new GPT site and it gives you several ways to earn. It is, however, quite different from most other GPT and survey sites you can join in Malaysia.
It works as a search engine. So to earn you need to search on it. By doing this you will be presented to some earning options like watching videos, taking surveys, and more. So it can be an interesting and different kind of site to check out but just be prepared to be a bit patient to earn.
The payout threshold is only $3.40 and you can get paid through PayPal or bank transfer.
There you have it – a list of some great and legit survey and GPT sites that actually pay, if you live in Malaysia. And remember that to increase your earnings, it is best to join several sites.
Join the ones that sound the most interesting for you from the list above and spend some time testing them out and get to know the different options on each site.
Spending some time looking into the different earning opportunities on the sites and testing which ones work the best for you can really pay off in the long run.
Here at the end I just want to mention a site that is not on the list above as I often get asked if Survey Junkie is available in Malaysia. The reason it is not on the list even though it is a big and famous site is that it does NOT accept members from Malaysia – I just wanted to make that clear as many have asked me about this.
But as you can see on the list above, there are plenty of other really great sites you can join to earn some extra money online in Malaysia.
If you have any comments, questions, or if you think there are any survey or GPT sites missing on this list, I would love to hear from you in a comment below.