7 Things you can do this weekend: 20 – 21 May 2017

Things to see and do


By Rachel Au

7 Things you can do this weekend: 20 – 21 May 2017

1. Le French Festival: Flea Market, Open Day & Cabaret Night at Alliance Française de Kuala Lumpur, 10am – 11pm, 20 May

Experience the tip of French culture with this one-day festival featuring a flea market, story-telling sessions and a cabaret night. At the same time, try out the free trial classes and placement tests to help you decide if you should finally learn the language like you’ve always wanted to.

For more info, visit the event page.


2. Fire in the Sky 2: Ultra Fitness Festival at Icon City, Petaling Jaya, 12pm – 10pm, 20 May

The successful fitness festival is back for round two with new workouts and a promise to make things even more fun. 

Tickets are priced at RM39.90 each. For more info, visit the event page.


3. The Art of Snail Mailing with Pooi Chin at Cziplee, Bangsar, 10.30am – 1.30pm, 20 May

It is so rare these days to receive a handwritten letter sent by snail mail and thus, it would make a lovely surprise for the special people in our lives. This workshop aims to inspire and encourage its participants to send a snail mail by teaching some of the fun tricks to decorating the envelopes and letters, and more.

RM180 per person. For more info, visit the event page.


4. The Straits Finery Musim 2017: A Sensory Experience at I Love Snackfood, Bangsar, 12pm – 6pm, 20 May

Are you a fan of the jewellery crafted by The Straits Finery? They’re having a trunk show of their new collection which includes a sensory experience of the inspiration behind it – the Malaysian landscape in a monsoon. 

For more info, visit the event page.


5. Pop Up Malaysia Arts & Crafts Market at Publika, 11am – 10pm, 18 – 21 May

If you have nothing much to do this weekend, why not stop by this market to discover some of the items made by vendors from Malaysia and overseas?

For more info, visit the event page.


6. Plan a rice bowl party with Meraki Kitchen for the office next week

Meraki Kitchen is one of KL’s lunchbox delivery service that promises meals cooked from scratch with no MSG and preservatives, and now they’ve added more rice bowls to the menu. From Thai Buddha Bowl to Mexican Burrito Bowl, there’s something for everyone and the menu is different every week. 

Lunch boxes are priced at RM16 each. Visit their Instagram for the weekly menu.


7. What’s the fuss about Mr. Chew’s Chino Latino Bar?

Find out in our review here.


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