7 Things you can do this weekend: 29 – 30 October 2016

Spooky and non-spooky


By Rachel Au

7 Things you can do this weekend: 29 – 30 October 2016

1. Smirnoff Ice The Night of Los Muertos Pub Crawl at Nagaba KL, Jalan Mesui, 8pm – 3am, 29 October

Imagine skeletons and sugar skulls, costumed creatures and people in masks, and lots of drinks as you go from pub to pub. It’s a different kind of Halloween party here and each ticket includes four Smirnoff Ice drinks at the four locations, Smirnoff Ice Popsicle, Smirnoff Ice Jelly Shot, Smirnoff Ice Cocktail and more. There will also be Jenga and Ice Bomb Pong games from 8pm to 10pm. 

The crawl begins at 10am and the fee is RM70 nett (cash only) with registration beginning 8pm onwards. For more info, visit the event page


2. Halloween Party at Jump Street Trampoline Parks, Petaling Jaya, 5pm – 10pm, 29 October

This Saturday is a great time to visit Jump Street as they’ll be running a special promotion for those who drop by in their Halloween costume. 

Admission is RM20 for an unlimited session if you come in a Halloween costume. For more info, visit the event page.


3. Little BIG Market: Hantu Halloween at Ben’s Independent Grocer @ Plaza Batai, 11am – 4pm, 30 October

It’s Ben’s Independent Grocer’s first Halloween themed party and there will be a whole lot of exciting activities and goodies to be won. Go in your best Halloween costume and stand a chance to walk away with a unique Halloween goodie box. From Pumpkin Painting to Balloon Sculpturing to Paper Bag Monster to various delicious food stalls, it’s a fun-filled affair for everyone. 

Free entrance. For more info, visit their Facebook.


4. A Sunday Affair edition 8 x Rise of the Villains at TREC KL, 5pm – 12am, 30 October

TREC KL’s well-loved flea market returns with a Halloween edition. There’ll be live performances, indie retailers with their offerings and lots of food. 

Free entry. For more info, visit their Facebook.


5. The Asylum dining experience at Souled Out, Sri Hartamas, 7pm and 9pm, 31 October – 3 November

In the spirit of Halloween, Souled Out has put together a special spooky dining experience that will have you on the edge of your seat. Think: A dimly-lit intimate room, voices of lost children against eerie music and cobwebs, and “mental patients” serving your three-course meal. 

The experience is priced at RM59++ per person with a choice of main and includes one drink. For more info, visit their Facebook.


6. The Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia at TPC Kuala Lumpur, 7.30am onwards, 27 – 30 October 

‘Malaysia’s most fun golf tournament’ is back to live up its reputation of non-stop entertainment, food, and lots of activities both on and off the golf course. KL’s favourite food trucks, as well as TPC Kuala Lumpur’s own Chef Arnold, will be leading a gastronomical fare to tantalise your tastebuds while TREC KL’s A Sunday Affair will be curating the music for the soundtrack of the tournament. In another corner, bargain-hunters will be thrilled with the deals on the latest golf gear and accessories. Bring your little ones as well as there will be various fun things set up at the Kids Zone. Finally, don’t forget the tournament itself where some of the world’s best golfers will be in attendance, including our own Kelly Tan, World No. 1 Lydia Ko, new kid on the block, Brooke Henderson and more.

Get your Daily Pass (RM50) or Weekend Pass (RM70) – both of which come with extra freebies – here. For more info, visit their Facebook.


7. Malaysia Wine Fiesta 2016 at APW Bangsar, 11am – 7pm, 29 October

For a one-stop shopping, tasting (especially) and educational experience for your favourite drink, wine not drop by as there will be over 15 visiting winemakers from every region around the globe. Featuring more than 100 wines, they’ll be available for both tasting and purchase (and at special prices too). This year will also see a different dimension to the event as they’ve partnered with various partners such as Taps Beer Bar, Pulp, Yeast and more. 

Tickets are priced at RM108 each (or RM125 for walk-in) and can be purchased online here. For more info, visit their event page


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