10 Fun things you can do in KL this weekend: 18 & 19 January 2020


By Ronn Tan

10 Fun things you can do in KL this weekend: 18 & 19 January 2020

1. Urahara Mitchell Piano and Friends at Jao Tim, 10pm onwards, 18 January 2020

Alongside Arthur Kam on drums, Janine Annice on vocals, and Rohzan Razman on bass, Urahara Mitchell Piano will be here in Kuala Lumpur for a special performance. He is known for his extraordinary and unconventional approach to sound. Ticket is priced at RM70 at the door (RM55 if bought online).

For more information, visit this website.

2. Rubber Stamp Carving Workshop at A Space To__, 10am – 2pm, 19 January 2020

Learn how to create your own hand-carved rubber stamps for Chinese New Year. You will be able to make special printed designs. All you have to do is bring yourself to the venue because carving tools, blank angpows, and inks will be provided. At the end of the day, things you will be able to bring home include one block of rubber, worksheets, one craft knife, and your complete rubber stamp set. Ticket is priced at RM160 per person.

For more information, visit this website.

3. Son Of A Policeman at Ril’s Bangsar, 10pm – 2am, 17 January 2020

This Friday, check out one of Malaysia’s up-and-coming bands. Son Of A Policeman is set to entertain with both originals and renditions of popular songs. Their appearance at Rockaway highlighted their prowess in music and showed why they are worthy of your time.

For more information, visit this website.

4. Public Cupping: Discovering Latin America Through Coffee at Pulp, 9am – 10am, 18 January 2020

Head over to APW Bangsar this Saturday to learn more about a line-up of coffee from Latin America. The session will involve cupping and tasting as well as a sharing session. If you’re into top-notch coffee, this is an opportunity to try out some of the best. Entry is priced at RM30 and every participant will receive a voucher to redeem either a complimentary bag of coffee (125 grammes) at Pulp or a free drink.

For more information, visit this website.

5. Crackhouse Comedy Presents: Fakkah Fuzz at Crackhouse Comedy Club KL, 8pm – 11pm, 17 & 18 January 2020

Laugh the stress and worries of the weekdays away. Fakkah Fuzz, one of the most popular comedians in Singapore, will headline this weekend’s shows. You might recognise him from his own Netflix special, Almost Banned. On Friday and Saturday, Fakkah Fuzz will be supported by some of Malaysia’s best comedians. Tickets are priced at RM50 per person when bought online and RM60 at the door.

For more information, visit this website.

6. Chinese New Year Bazaar at Publika, 10am – 10pm, 18 & 19 January 2020

It’s time to continue shopping for your Chinese New Year goodies and Publika’s event might be the place for you—from music performances to arts and crafts. Admission to the bazaar is free.

For more information, visit this website.

7. Lazy Sunday Arvo for Straya at Pisco Bar, 3pm onwards, 19 January 2020

You have earned the rights to be lazy after a long week. This Sunday, treat yourself to a much-needed unwinding session featuring DJs from Australia. With the aim to actively rehabilitate and preserve Australian wildlife, funds will be raised for WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue, and Education Service). Acts include Andrew Browning, Peter Bange’s Hologram, and Peter Williamson.

For more information, visit this website.

8. Rex KL Flower Market at Rex KL, 11am onwards, 18 & 19 January 2020

Welcome the Year of the Metal Rat at this weekend’s Flower Market. You will be able to learn more about Malaysia’s culture as well as experience vendors, workshops, and performances.

For more information, visit this website.

9. Cocktail’s Creed with Arsenio Mariano Jr. at Sakura Den, 11am onwards, 19 January 2020

Every Sunday (now until March 2020), set yourself up for a surprise or two when Arsenio creates cocktails according to your preferences. There is so much to know about him—from winning the Bar Awards Luminaries 2019 to being the face of Macallan Conversations Malaysia. RM70+ will get you two cocktails whereas RM90+ will get you three.

For more information, visit this website.

10. With Lunar New Year just around the corner, it’s time to start tossing.

Check out the roundup of the best yee sang in KL here.

For last weekend’s list, click here.

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