7 Things you can do this weekend: 9–10 September 2017

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By Rachel Au

7 Things you can do this weekend: 9–10 September 2017

1. Woman’s Workshop at Be Urban Wellness, 3pm-5.30pm, 9 Sept

Yoga enthusiasts are invited to join this special class by Niki Lundberg where she’ll show you the world of Tantra for women through a 60-minute “Feel Your Body” themed flow session followed by a women’s circle exploring the basic Tantra philosophy and the principles of self-care. It’s open for all levels.

RM100* per person (subject to 6% GST). To register, WhatsApp 017 295 4599, call 03 2095 1999 or email [email protected].


2. J&R Summer Ginn’s Party at Jarrod & Rawlins, 3pm-6pm, 9 Sept

Enjoy a summer party complete with a buffet of food on the barbeque and drinks (yes, including cocktails, beer and wine). 

RM99 nett per pax/RM49 nett for children aged 7-12 years old. For more info, visit the event page.


3. Farming & Picnic at Mari House@Templer Park, 9am-12pm, 10 Sept

Have a different kind of Sunday morning by visiting Mari House where they’ll take you on a farm tour followed by an urban farming hands-on experience (complete with teaching you the basic knowledge of growing plants at home). And before you leave, there’ll be a fun-filled picnic session with delicious food and a beautiful set up. 

RM80 per adult/RM60 for children aged 3-12 years old. For more info or to register, visit the website.


4. UA Run Crew session at Platinum Park KL, 6.30am-8.30am, 10 Sept

Conducted by Wilson Lee, co-founder of Hiit2Fit and former national triathlete, the session will take you on a 6.5km run around KLCC Park followed by core conditioning and other targeted muscle groups workout to help improve your running stance. 

For more info or to register, visit their website.


5. Mala Making Morning at Bukit Damansara, 10am-3pm, 10 Sept

Learn the basics of making your own mala, tasbih or buddhist prayer bead necklace using sacred rudraksha seeds and crystal beads, and under the tutelage of Moolamala. All materials will be provided (including a wide selection of genuine crystal beads) as well as light refreshments and nasi lemak for lunch. 

RM300 per pax. Venue to be revealed upon confirmation. For more details, visit the event page.


6. Publika Sama-Sama Bon Odori at Publika, 5pm-9.30pm, 10 Sept

Missed the last Bon Odori in Shah Alam? Publika is organising their own one in conjunction with Malaysia and Japan’s 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations. There’ll be a plethora of activities such as a parade, a fusion of cultural performances, art and food stalls, and fireworks to end the night. Feel free to go in your kebaya or yukata.

For more info, visit the event page.


7. Try the latest Burnt Cheesecake to hit town, Huckleberry Food & Fare, Huckleberry After Dark and Birch

Inspired by the best-selling tarta de queso from San Sebastian, Spain, cheesecake lovers will instantly fall in love with its velvety texture – that is both rich yet as light as soufflé – with the last note of caramel on the palate from its charred outer crust. Baked fresh daily, you just have to try it to believe it. 

The Burnt Cheesecake is available at RM18++ per slice or by the whole cake at RM200++ (yields 12 slices and requires an advanced notice of 24 hours).


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