7 Things you can do this weekend: 5-6 March 2016
Stay in or head out?
1. Wine & Tapas at La Bodega, BSC, 4pm - 7pm, Sat
Enjoy an evening of wine tasting and Spanish tapas that have both been specially paired by La Bodega and Wine Talk's sommelier David Stephan and team. Handpicked and sourced from around the world, you'll be able to try 10 different wines and if you like what you taste, you can purchase it on the spot at a special price.
Tickets are priced at RM140 each and can be purchased on their website.
2. Think.ARTS 2016 at Black Box MAP, Publika, 10am - 10pm, Fri-Sat
Publika is holding yet another arts-infused event at their Black Box to raise awareness on issues that deeply affect the lives around us. There will be talks like the Science of Essential Oil, workshops such as how to fold paper flowers and a concert featuring artists such as Liyana Fizi and Dr Sakthi & The Zen People to end the event. You can also purchase some art pieces and other merchandise to help raise funds for MAKNA.
For more information about the event, check out their Facebook page.
3. The Sam Willows Live in Kuala Lumpur at The Bee, Publika, 7pm, Sat
Coming up from Singapore is one of the fastest rising bands in Southeast Asia to perform for one night only at The Bee in Publika. With their immense talent-each member sings and plays an instrument in every song-and unique composition together as a group, they have become the first Southeast Asian act to break into the Spotify Global Viral 50.
Tickets are priced at RM88 each and you can purchase them here.
Feeling a little uninspired on what to wear this week? Take a tip or two from these stylish street style stars who have managed to imbue that chic Parisian flair into their outfits for PFW with a handful of muted shades and well-tailored silhouettes.
From passionfruit cheesecakes with the smoothest texture to utterly sinful cheddar cheese Shibuya-style honey toast to a delightful stack of pancakes sitting atop of cream cheese, these cafes will satisfy that sweet tooth of yours.
We all detest drivers who randomly cut into our lanes without signalling (read: warning) or people who hog the express lane as if they own the road-actually we've found 12 types of driving behaviour in KL. Check out our list to see if you agree or perhaps, you're guilty of them too.
Need we say more?