7 Things to do in the Klang Valley this weekend: 11 & 12 December 2021
December to remember
1. Explore the BURO X Gamuda Gardens Glitter and Glee Festive Market
When: 11, 12, 18 & 19 December 2021 | 2pm – 10pm
Where: Gamuda Gardens Experience Gallery
To usher in the festivities, BURO Malaysia has teamed up with Gamuda Gardens to host the Glitter and Glee Festive Market this month, promising a myriad of holiday activities to celebrate the season with friends and family. From exclusive snowfall experiences to special performances and a festive bazaar to #SupportLocal brands, plenty of exciting activities await at Gamuda Gardens for you to eat, drink, play, and shop away!
Find out more or register your interest here.
2. Discover The Makers Project exhibition at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
When: 3 December to 12 December 2021
Where: Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
The Balvenie has collaborated with homegrown designer and batik artist Fern Chua for The Makers Project, an inaugural exhibition celebrating the art of craftmanship. Fern is one of six artists selected from around the region for the global campaign, which spotlights the craftsmen behind the Five Rare Crafts at the heart of The Balvenie’s whisky-making process. Held in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, the exhibition will entail an exclusive preview of Fern’s commissioned designs, as well as a sensorial journey where visitors will get to enjoy two drams of The Balvenie whiskies.
For more information or to book tickets to the exhibition, click here.
3. Visit Jonetz by Don Don Donki at Tropicana Gardens Mall
When: 10am – 12am daily
Where: Concourse and Ground Floor, Tropicana Gardens Mall, No. 2A, Persiaran Surian, Tropicana Indah, 47810 Petaling Jaya
Famed Japanese specialty store Don Don Donki has opened its second outlet at Tropicana Gardens Mall on 10 December 2021, bringing its extensive range of offerings closer to Petaling Jaya folks. The new store features a “Japanese gourmet trip” concept, represented by the ‘Yatai’ (translated to mean ‘small, mobile food stalls’) that imitate a train. Each yatai offers famous dishes from various areas in Japan such as takoyaki (octopus balls) in Osaka and ikayaki (grilled squid) in Hokkaido, providing the unique experience of travelling by train to different gourmet stops.
Aside from that, the store specialises in premium wagyu beef processed at halal-certified slaughterhouses, so Muslim customers can shop with peace of mind. There’s also a ‘Cosme Donki’ cosmetics corner, offering an assortment of premium Japanese cosmetics.
4. Join the Kita Food Festival Cocktails to Kitchen Crossovers Masterclass
When: 12 December 2021, 2pm
Where: Junglebird KL, 1M, Jalan Medan Setia 1, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur
Price: RM380 per person
Cocktail lovers won’t want to miss this exclusive masterclass where they will be taken on an insightful journey by award-winning local bar Junglebird to discover their ethos of sustainable drinking and eating. Sit back and sip on the bar’s libations as founders Loli, Josh, and Divyesh explain how by-products from those cocktails find new life in the kitchen—then taste them for yourself.
For more information or to register, click here.
5. Admire art at ArtisFair 2.0
When: 4 December 2021 to 3 January 2022 | Tuesdays to Sundays, 10.30am – 9.30pm
Where: Fahrenheit KL
Following a successful maiden fair, ArtisFair is back by popular demand for its second iteration. Priding itself as the biggest hybrid art fair in Malaysia, the month-long experience will feature even more artworks from over 500 artists, focusing on the intimate experience between the art and the artist. In addition, there will be art talks between renowned artist Jafaar Ismail and Bernard Chandran, challenging the notions of how art is represented.
For more information, follow @artisfair_kl on Instagram.
6. Discover the Moet & Chandon pop-up at Pavilion KL
When: 9 December to 15 January 2021
Where: Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Moet & Chandon is celebrating the holidays with a vibrant pop-up at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, sparked by the effervescence of its champagnes. The pop-up mirrors the series of festive events held in over 20 countries around the globe, where guests will enjoy musical performances and immersive experiences in “eternal effervescence” rooms—transforming moments of togetherness into cheerful celebrations.
To find out more or to experience the pop up, register here.
7. Shop at the newly opened Adidas Brand Centre
Where: LG1.18-1.20A & G1.17-1.19 Sunway Pyramid
Adidas Malaysia has recently unveiled the Adidas Brand Centre Sunway Pyramid, the largest brand centre in Southeast Asia. Spanning 17,000 square feet, the double-storey retail experience boasts an extensive range of sports performance and sports style products, as well as a customisation zone. Customers can shop from the tennis, golf and water sports categories for both men and women, on top of the existing running, training, athleisure, football, and lifestyle categories.
There are also unique localised experience zones designed in partnership with local graphic designer Valen Lim—such as the Adidas kopitiam menu on the community table and the heritage store signage—as well as a Sustainability Zone to educate consumers on marine plastic pollution. What's more, there’s a Test & Create zone for customers to try out the best of what the brand has to offer in-store.
Other ongoing events and news you may have missed:
- Christmas festive menus in the Klang Valley
- The magic of Christmas at Suria KLCC
- Visit the newly opened Pavilion Bukit Jalil
For more stories like this, read our previous BURO Weekend Guides here.