It’s in English, so there’s a lot of international singles joining who love Malaysian culture and want to connect with local people.It’s currently free to join, so be quick: Malaysian Cupid.
Lunch Click A unique feature of Luch Click is the ability to hire “love assistants” who can help out with finding your match and dating tips.
In other ways, it is similar to Noonswoon in that every day at midday, it presents a potential match for you.
We have written more about wechat for dating and meeting new people here and some tips here Momo Another app that is hugely popular with Chinese, English language version is coming. Singapore’s equivalent to Tinder, Paktor, offers the familiar swipe left to dislike and right to like. Peekawoo This app is a little different, it’s a really focused dating app in the style of speed dating, allowing you to chat to someone every two minutes. Kakao Talk Similar to We Chat, it offers several features ranging from one to one communication, group chat, timeline, photo sharing and even services.
Paktor A socializing app designed for singles, featuring direct message and group chat. also see our review here Skype Skype can also be used for meeting new Asian friends, along with being quite popular internationally for video calls and chat.
See our review here Noonswoon Thailand based app that once you have completed your profile, every day at noon Noonswoon will send you a potential match.
Following that, if there’s a like from both sides you can get chatting.
For meeting people there is the shake function which allows you to see others who are also shaking.
QQ, features video chat, groups and one to one text, but it’s not so useful for meeting new people, more for connecting with people you already know.
The site has plenty of members from various Asian countries including Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar and more.