7 Things to do in KL this weekend during RMCO: 26 & 27 September 2020

7 Things to do in KL this weekend during RMCO: 26 & 27 September 2020

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The weekend is coming up and as Malaysia continues to observe the RMCO, we've rounded up a few things you can do in KL that could make it more worthwhile than usual

1. Be taken on a journey to ancient France with The Feast of Versailles at The Brasserie @ The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur 


6pm - 10:30pm

25 September, 23 October, and 27 November

Where: The Brasserie @ The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur

This exquisite menu is inspired by French gastronomy that was served in the Palace of Versailles, particularly from the 1600s to the 1700s. This dinner will introduce you to ingredients grown in the gardens of the palace and delicacies only introduced to France during that period. The decadently prepared dishes will immerse you into the regal history of Versailles.   


RM400+ per person (food only)

RM588+ per person (with wine pairing)

RM 688+ per person (with cocktail pairing)

To make a reservation, call 012 280 1303.

2. Get yourself some goodies at the Not The Usual Deepavali Bazaar 


11am - 7pm

25 to 27 September

2 to 4 October 2020 

Where: Level G, The School by Jaya One

It's time to kick off the Festival of Lights with the fully Standard-of-Procedures-compliant event, Not The Usual Deepavali Bazaar. It will feature everything: from delicious traditional cookies to vibrant saris. There's no better spot to get all your Diwali cheer!

3. The HiQ National Meow Show 2020 will give you all the kitty love you need

When: 10am - 8pm, 26 and 27 September 

Where: Level 1, V-Boulevard Entrance @ Sunway Velocity Mall KL

Crazy cat lovers, this is the event for you! Come see cats of all kinds compete to see who is the prettiest feline of them all—or better yet enter your furry baby. You just might win!

For more information on the event, click here.

4. Indulge in a five-course meal while enjoying New Zealand wine at the Thai Arch Kitchen & Bar

When: 7pm - 10:30pm, 27 September 

Where: Thai Arch Kitchen & Bar

Sip on some wine with friends while enjoying the restaurant's elevated take on wholesome Thai cuisine. Featuring dishes like Red Tomyam with giant river prawns and Braised A5 wagyu short ribs with Thai style-Hollandaise sauce, the night is bound to be amazing.

Price: RM249++ per person

To make a reservation, call 012 944 8288.

5. Do some sustainable shopping at Swap Not Shop

When: 11am - 2pm, 26 September 

Where: Co-labs Coworking

Help save the Earth by joining Swap Not Shop, hosted by Melissa Tan. To be a part of this alternative shopping event, bring along five unwanted clothing pieces of your own that have no stains, holes or tears. All items will go to the main swapping area and you can take all you want, but please be mindful of others and most importantly, take only what you will use. 

Price: Entrance is free for all members or RM35 for non-members

6. Start your day with Sunrise Yoga at the W Kuala Lumpur 

When: 7am - 8am, every Wednesday and Friday

Where: Wet Deck @ W Kuala Lumpur

Start your day with a calming session of yoga in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. In partnership with Babel Fit, this class is designed to rejuvenate as well as to test your mobility, strength, control, and stamina. 

Price: RM50 per person

Book your spot by calling 03 2786 8888 or head to the Welcome Desk at W KL (all bookings must be done the night before).

7. Show your support at the “We Are All Special” Autism Charity Bazaar

When: 11am - 6pm, 27 September and 4 October 

Where: Aurum Theatre @ The Gardens Mall

Golden Screen Cinemas is hosting a charity bazaar and an art exhibition in support of the “We Are All Special” autism awareness campaign. Head over to check out amazing artworks that the children and young adults of the Autism Café Project (ACP) have created. You can also purchase the creations or other available goodies. Support a good cause and spread the word that we are all special!

For more information on GSC’s autism awareness campaign, click here.

For last week's list of things to do, click here.