Khyra Mom Resources [KMR] is a manufacturer, packaging, supplier and distributor of food-based souvenirs such as Popcorn, Cotton Candy, Biscuits, Muffins, Bahulu and non-food souvenirs such as Hampers, Corporate Gifts and various creative souvenirs.

KMR is owned by a woman entrepreneur, Puan Norfariza Binti Munir, who runs a business under the De Doorgift House (DDH) brand. The business, which was established in 2014 and registered with the Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM) in 2016, is now fully operational in shop premises located in a strategic location on the densely populated routes of Subang Permai, Subang Perdana, Kg Melayu Subang, Shah Alam, and the surrounding areas.

Puan Norfariza has accumulated expertise and abilities in preparation, manufacture, composition, and decoration prior to the creation of this company. She also enrolled in a series of experience courses that helped develop herself in the sector she was working in.

Mrs. Norfariza dares to resign as an Auditor at one of the capital’s biggest banks since the potential for growth is fairly great. With a strong desire to change the socioeconomic phenomenon, she saved a fortune from prior jobs and acquired some small-scale equipment such as a Cotton Candy Machine, a Pop Corn Machine, a plastic packaging adhesive machine, and some office equipment to get started.

She also attends related courses as part of her steps to prepare herself to become a competent, skillful business owner that able to compete with competitors.

Moreover, she strives to bring Muslim consumers with souvenirs in the form of halal cuisine. This created an impetus for him to pursue this industry today, which is dominated by non-bumiputras. From there, she can aid in increasing the number of bumiputras who venture into this challenging business area, as well as provide work prospects for young bumiputras.



To be a popular souvenir company that delivers excellent souvenirs with identity, diversity in taste and ‘packaging,’ supplying goods and item needed for every event at competitive, minimal, with affordable costs, and being accepted by people of all nationalities. Also raising the idea to build more stores or branches in big cities in order to become Malaysia’s largest souvenir manufacturing company.


Providing customers, particularly Muslims, with alternate option for purchasing souvenir products based on food that is believed to be halal. Trying to provide customers with unique souvenir designs, current trends, and a wide range of options. By introducing the business concept of “Mencari Yang Halal Itu Fardhu,” we may pique the curiosity of customers in purchasing our products without hesitation. Apart from that, it has the potential to boost the proportion of Malays into this commercial industry.