7 Things to do in KL this weekend during RMCO: 5 & 6 September 2020


By Lea Rina

7 Things to do in KL this weekend during RMCO: 5 & 6 September 2020

1. Taste the tantalising Penfolds G4

The Penfolds G4 is a complex blend of four exquisite (and their most expensive!) wines: Grange vintages from 2002, 2004, 2008 and 2016. The result has been defined as sleek, opulent and bold and has been bottled in only 2,500 bottles, available around the world. If you can get your hands on it, we assure you, it’s definitely a keeper!

2. Spend a tranquil weekend at the Kechara Forest Retreat

Looking for a quick and quiet forest retreat? The Kechara Forest Retreat (KFR) offers just that, and a little more. Only a five-minute drive away from the Bentong city centre—and with the stunning Chamang waterfall within its vicinity—the KFR promises a relaxing nature escape, featuring meditation and spirituality programs, yoga, and the lush greenery surrounding it.

For more information visit this website.

3. Have a good laugh at the Hello. Cannot. Kam comedy show

Wine and dine in the presence of the hilarious Comedy Queen Joanne Kam at Jin Gastrobar as it’ll be hosting her Hello. Cannot. Kam stand-up comedy show. Steven Bones will also be there as the special guest so you’ll be sure to expect double the laughter.

*The dinners on 10 and 11 September are now sold out. Book your slots for either 12 or 13 September instead!

Tickets are priced at RM200 and RM300. For more info or to purchase them, visit this website.

4. Indulge in a visual treat with Le Petit Chef at the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur

Join the world’s smallest chef this weekend for a theatrical dining experience! Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur is now the only place in KL that hosts this unique dining experience! Featuring a delicious six-course menu, a charming 3D character and sensational theatrics, all your senses will be captivated.

The Le Petit Chef dining experience is priced at:

  • RM399 per person for the Marco Polo’s Journey
  • RM599 per person for the Marco Polo’s Expedition
  • RM199 for the Marco Polo’s Little Voyager (kids menu).

For more information, visit this website.

5. Create something memorable at a pottery workshop, 3pm-6pm, 6 Sept

The Weekend Workshop hosts an array of fun workshops such as soap making, painting, baking, and so much more! This Sunday, however, they’ll be hosting a guided pottery workshop that’s suitable for beginners.

For more information, contact 01121776974 via WhatsApp.

6. Try Santan’s new and interesting flavours

How does a scoop of Pak Nasser’s Nasi Lemak ice cream and/or Pandan Dodol ice cream sound? If you’re intrigued, you don’t have to wonder further because these two interesting flavours are real and available for a limited time only.

These ice cream flavours are a special collaboration between Santan and local ice cream artisan, Crème De La Crème (CDLC), and is their love letter to Malaysia.

At RM8.80 either in a cup or cone, the flavours are available at Santan Mid Valley and Sunway Pyramid outlets; andCrème De La Crème’s Uptown Damansara and Mont Kiara outlets.

7. Enjoy a decadent afternoon tea at The Ruma Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Treat yourself and some friends to a lovely afternoon tea at Seven, the hotel’s bar/lounge. Expect treats of the sweet and savoury in a delicate mix of Malaysian delights and Western influences. Think scones, layer cakes and delectable sandwiches.

Available every Saturday and Sunday (3pm – 6pm), and priced at RM115 per person. For reservations, call +603 2778 0888 or email [email protected].

For more information visit this website.

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

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