7 Things to do in the Klang Valley this weekend: 6 & 7 January 2024

Hello, 2024!


By Amanda Fung

7 Things to do in the Klang Valley this weekend: 6 & 7 January 2024

It’s the first weekend of the year, so make it count with these seven handpicked activities around the Klang Valley that you should check out. We’ve got you sorted whether you’re in for a night of tacos and tunes, want to unleash your inner child surrounded by collectibles, or ready to scream your lungs out to a K-pop idol’s first solo concert in Malaysia.


1. Unite with other Ahgases at Mark Tuan’s The Other Side Asia tour stop in KL


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When: 6 January 2024, 6pm

Where: Zepp KL 

Price: From RM439

Catch the Taiwanese-American pop star of Got7 fame at the Kuala Lumpur stop on his The Other Side Asia tour this Saturday. The highly-anticipated concert, held at Zepp Kuala Lumpur, will have fans belting out the lyrics to his solo tunes, including Lonely, and possibly reminiscing some Got7 hits. On top of getting front-row access to the musical talent during the concert, most ticket holders will also get the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet Tuan for a photo session. 

For tickets, visit the official ticketing website here.


2. Have an indie-pop night at Fly By Midnight’s concert

When: 6 January 2024, doors open at 8.30pm

Where: The Bee, Publika

Price: From RM213

Calling all indie-pop fans! Fly By Midnight’s Anemoia tour will be landing in Kuala Lumpur this Saturday evening at The Bee, Publika. Spend your Saturday night with the indie-pop duo, who will be showcasing tracks from their latest album ‘Fictional Illustrations’. This tour marks the first time Justin Bryte and Slavo are bringing their talents to Asia, so you don’t want to miss out! 

For tickets, visit the official ticketing website here.


3. Be one with the beats at Triptyk’s first Polydisco


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When: 6 January 2024, 10pm-1am

Where: Triptyk, Kampung Attap

Price: Free entry, RM5 for corn tortilla tacos by Calle Taco

Dance off the week with tunes, tipples, and tacos at sustainable bar Triptyk in the Kampung Attap area. The first installation of Triptyk’s new Saturday program, Polydisco will last all January long with its groovy DJ lineup ready to serve you with the best beats. This weekend, you’ll see Oddjob on the deck and enjoy RM5 tacos, courtesy of Calle Tacos, to go alongside your cocktails. 

For updates, follow Triptyk on Instagram


4. Stretch it out with Robyn Lau at APW Community Yoga


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When: 6 January 2024, 9am-10am

Where: Ink, APW Bangsar

Price: Free entry

Immerse yourself in a balanced and inclusive space this Saturday at APW Community Yoga, led by certified yoga instructor, Robyn Lau. Equipped with 18 years of experience teaching yoga, Lau will guide you through mindful breathing practices, stretches, and more no matter your skill level. All you’ll need is your own yoga mat, a towel to wipe off the sweat, and your water bottle to stay hydrated. Do arrive early as the event has a maximum capacity of 80 people.

To stay updated, follow Robyn Lau on Instagram.


5. Run wild at the KL Collectors Market 

When: 6 to 7 January 2024, 10am-10pm

Where: Malaysia Grand Bazaar at Bukit Bintang City Centre

Price: Free entry

The KL Collectors Market is back and it’s bigger and better than ever. Happening at the Malaysia Grand Bazaar, Bukit Bintang City Centre this weekend, the market promises you a grandiose selection of pop culture collectibles, music memorabilia, antiques, vintage clothes, sneakers, and more. Over 70 booths will be present at the event, so prepare yourselves and your bank accounts for this eagerly awaited event.

To stay updated, follow KL Collector’s Market on Instagram


6. Discover the beauty of textiles at IKAT 2.0: Dreamweavers


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When: 6 to 7 January 2024, 10.30am-10.30pm

Where: The Godown KL

Price: Free entry, workshops start at RM50

If you have an eye for all things patterns and textiles, head to The Godown for IKAT Malaysia’s second installment of its Dreamweavers event. With Dreamweavers, IKAT—which stands for Immersive Knowledge and Textile—puts the spotlight on traditional Bornean textile making and highlights prominent perspectives from thought leaders in the industry. At this immersive installation event, you can marvel at a textile exhibition, attend talks and workshops, watch a fashion show, and more. 

For updates, follow IKAT on Instagram.


7. Celebrate the Japanese New Year at LaLaport Bukit Bintang City Centre

When: From now until 7 January 2024

Where: LaLaport BBCC

Price: Free entry, prices vary for each experience

The New Year, known as shōgatsu, is the most important holiday in Japan, marking the arrival of a new start amongst other beliefs. To honor the Japanese tradition of ringing in the New Year in a convivial and spiritual fashion, LaLaport BBCC is offering a range of experiences for you to take part in while shopping at the mall. You can choose to make your own printed postcards and make a wish on traditional Ema boards among other things.

To get updates and more information, follow LaLaport BBCC on Instagram.



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