A little guide on what you can do in KL this weekend if you've A) never left town or B) will be back by then
1. Watch a movie with GSC's brand-new Onyx 3D at GSC Mid Valley Megamall
First, it was the introduction of the Samsung Onyx Cinema LED screen. Now, it has been upgraded and available in 3D, making every action on-screen more realistic, vivid and immersive. We've been told it's the first in all of Southeast Asia and it comes just in time for James Cameron's highly-anticipated action film, Alita: Battle Angel.
The Onyx 3D tickets will be subjected to a surcharge of RM5.
2. Check out Hauntu at The Linc KL
ICYMI: There's a new attraction in KL's latest lifestyle hub and it deems itself as the first theatrical haunted house, delivering to its guests an "immersive horror experience". Although, rather than a house, the context of the story is that it's an infamous hotel built in the 1950s. You, as the participant, will play a character within the story and your decisions at every turn will have an impact on the unfolding mystery.
RM58 per player. For more info, visit the website.
3. Good Market's Valentine's Day Pop Up Market at GMBB @ Jalan Robertson, 10am - 10pm, 9 - 17 Feb 2019
Featuring over 50 local and international brands and vendors, you can expect both scrumptious food and unique gifts for that special someone - which can include yourself.
4. Natural Heart-shaped Soap-making workshop + Vegan Meal at Mayura Apothecary @ Ampang, 11am - 2pm, 10 Feb 2019
Looking for an alternative couple's activity? Why not participate in this workshop together and learn the art of making soaps from all-natural ingredients? Instead of buying a gift, you could both be making it for the other. The session ends with a delicious vegan meal that includes dessert!
RM250 per person or RM450 per couple. For more info, visit the website.
5. Weekly Community Yoga with Robyn Lau at APW Bangsar, 9am - 10am, 9 Feb 2019
Deep breaths and long stretches can do amazing things for both your mind and body. And, it's a free class that's suitable for both newbies and practising yogis.
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