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7 Things you can do this weekend: 17 & 18 November 2018

7 Things you can do this weekend: 17 & 18 November 2018

Stay in town or head out

Text: Rachel Au


Image: Photo by Wil Stewart on Unsplash
Image: Main Photo: Le Meridien KL
Image: Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur

This weekend in KL sees a myriad of events and activities such as a surf clinic, the return of Riuh at another unique location, and more

1. Wipe Out 2.0 at Cherating Beach, 16 - 18 Nov 2018

Unlike what its name suggests, it has nothing to do with that TV show and is really a surf and lifestyle festival held annually at Cherating Beach in Kampong Cherating, Pahang. The trip, however, will be worth it, especially if you like beach activities or just plain interested in taking up surfing. 

From the Kelab Punching Ikan beach boxing challenge (contestants dress in fish costumes to spar and tackle each other down to the ground) to Volley Sarong (a beach volleyball tournament where participants have to wear a sarong) to beach yoga, it'll be worth that road trip just to do something different this weekend. There'll also be workshops such as doing tie-dye or making pottery; as well as a Surf Clinic.

Free admission. For more info, visit their Instagram.

 

2. Artbox Malaysia at Sunway City Outdoor Open Air Carpark, 3pm - 11pm, 9 - 11 Nov 2018

If you missed it, here's the last weekend to catch it. Known for its unique layout featuring shipping containers, Thailand's iconic market, Artbox will be held in Malaysia for the first time with over 300 vendors and partners from Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore. 

Free admission. For more info, visit the website.

 

3. Weekly Community Yoga with Robyn Lau at APW Bangsar, 9am - 10am, 17 Nov 2018

Nothing like a good stretch to start the weekend and this yoga community class is great for all levels.

Bring your own mat. For more info, visit the event page.

 

4. Riuh x Urbanscapes at the River of Life, KL City, 4pm - 10pm, 17 & 18 Nov 2018

One of the city's most popular event is joining forces with Urbanscapes to bring a #riuhbytheriver — specifically, the River of Life near the historic Sultan Abdul Samad Building. As usual, expect pop-up stores, food stalls, creative activities, live acts and more.

For more info, visit the event page.

 

5. Sizzling Sundays BBQ at Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur, 12pm - 3pm, 18 Nov 2018

An array of tantalising sizzling meats, treats and drinks at the hotel's rooftop pool — the best way to have a lazy Sunday.

RM100 nett for two persons. For more info, call 03 2038 0000 or visit the event page.

 

6. Kuala Lumpur Ukulele Festival 2018 at Commune @ Sunway Velocity, 10am - 8pm, 17 & 18 Nov 2018

It's time to let the spotlight shine on the ukulele! There'll be a whole day of performances by ukulele artists, workshops to up your game as well as a booth to shop for accessories or the instrument itself. 

Free admission. For more info, visit the event page.

 

7. Make a reservation for an exclusive French dining experience at Prime @ Le Meridien KL

Having gained experience working at Lyon's famous 3-Michelin-starred restaurant owned by the late Paul Bocuse, Chef Walter Ishizuka has carved a culinary style of his own combining classic French fare with a touch of his Japanese heritage. The result is a creative cuisine that is bold in flavours yet still pay tribute to its core: the ingredients. 

An example of his signature dish would be the Sea Bass with Truffle Polenta and Ponzu Swiss Chard and if the sound of that is enough for you to salivate, then know this is your chance to have a taste of his cooking style as Ishizuka is coming to Prime at Le Meridien KL from 21 - 25 November.

Pricing info

21 - 25 November 2018

4-course dinner: RM380 / RM300 nett per person (with/without wine pairing)

7-course dinner: RM650 / RM500 nett per person (with/without wine pairing)

21 - 23 November 2018

2-course / 3-course set lunch: RM88 / RM108 nett per person

For more info or to make a reservation, call Dining Reservations at 03 2263 7434, e-mail

dining.lmkl@lemeridien.com or visit the website.

 

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