The 2018 World Cup finals is happening this weekend but here's what else you can do
1. Dream Japan Festival at Tokyo Street @ Pavilion KL, the whole month of July
Tokyo Street celebrates its 7th anniversary with a festival that embraces the spirit of Japanese culture. There'll be special deals, fantastic food, fun workshops, cool pop-ups, exciting carnival games and more.
3. Malaysia Coffee Fest 2018 at 1 Utama Shopping Centre, 12 - 15 July
The largest coffee festival in the country is back and you can expect a huge lineup of top-class baristas, local artisan coffee bean roasters, independent specialty coffee houses, coffee bean purveyors and suppliers, and coffee equipment distributors and manufacturers, and more. To complement them is a smorgasbord of local bakeries with their delectable treats. Shop, sip or simply check out the competitions and Coffee Clinic sessions by coffee experts.
4. Catch the finals live on Crystal’s Large LED Screen at The St. Regis KL, 8pm onwards, 15 July
Sit back, relax and enjoy the football match of the year from the rooftop bar of The St. Regis KL — although we're sure it would be a bit difficult to contain your excitement.
RM150+ per person, inclusive of free-flow food and 1 drink. For more info, call 03 2727 6690 or email email@example.com.
5. Ram Jam Festival 2018 at The Gasket Alley, 2.30pm - 12am, 15 July
Adapting the concept of a 'vintage carnival', the event will see local talents in music, fashion, art, photography, and the automotive community come together with some of their best works. While you're there, you'll even be able to customise your sneakers (among other things), consult a tattoo artist, check out the multi-layered F&B experience provided by Tiffin Food Court, and more. Don't worry, you don't have to miss the World Cup finals as they'll even screen it live.
6. Market and Picnic at Mari House @ Templer Heights, 10am - 5pm, 14 & 15 July
Shop for some unique home-cook food and drinks (have it there or bring it home but just remember to bring your own containers). Join the workshops and learn a new skill. Rent a kayak. Whatever it is, how often can you do something like that, right? Also, it's kid-friendly.