1. Take the family to Pavilion KL
Once all the visitations have been done, why not hang out with your family at Pavilion KL where they’ve decked out the mall with a whopping 8,888 Prosperity Petals (read: Instagram opportunities). There’ll even be performances (showtimes here), ladybug carousel rides for the kids and more.
For more info, visit their website.
2. Outdoor Move community class with Ministry of Burn at TTDI Park, 5.30pm on 17 Feb OR 9.30am on 18 Feb
For those looking for a good workout (yes, despite the festive season), join the MOBSquad’s community class for Move in the great outdoors. Be warned; we tried Move before and it’s no walk in the park.
For more info, visit the event page.
3. Chicken Rice 101 Cooking Class at ILOHA Culture Centre, 11am – 2pm, 18 Feb
If you’ve always thought it’d be rice to learn how to make this dish, then chick out this class where you’ll learn all the basics: the rice, the chicken, and the chilli sauce. To top it off, it’ll be conducted by a dietitian who will show you how to make it a healthy affair.
RM190 per person. For more info, visit the event page.
4. Catch ‘OlaBola The Musical’
Read our full review of the show here.
5. Feast on these CNY specials in town
We round up five places in KL to get some of the most heartwarming Chinese New Year dishes (which includes yee sang!) here.
Pictured above: Mr Chew’s Chino Latino Bar’s yee sang for those looking for a fusion twist.
6. Everything else you need to be CNY-ready
From shopping to being lippie red-dy to knowing the calorie count for your favourite snacks, check out our full guide here.
7. Go cafe-hopping
Not really celebrating the festive season? Round up the rest and check out these new Instagram-worthy cafes.
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