Time Out says
Posted: Fri May 2 2014
Publika’s strength is its creative, artsy vibe. International fashion brands, independent boutiques, and cafés serving up healthy and tasty food vie for your attention, which may be admiring the sculptures dotted around the mall. The anchor tenant, Ben’s Independent Grocer, stocks both gourmet goodies and everyday essentials. Check their website for their innovative programme of events.
As featured in Time Out KL's 101 things to do in KL
What's on at Publika
After 20 years living abroad, photographer Kenny Loh came back to Malaysia to find that so much has changed in this country. Armed with his camera and notebook, he set out to document and rediscover his land of birth. This exhibition showcases his three-year...
Things to do, Food and drink
Coffee and Art Fringe Festival Asia is back again providing a platform for coffee appreciation, education and a wealth of coffee drinking opportunities. Launched together with Nescafé, the festival sees coffee tastings, latte art jamming, coffee pairing...
Art, craft and hobbies
This month’s Merdeka edition will feature quirky handmade indigenous handicrafts such as beaded accessories, baskets, pandanus pouches and Temiar fish traps on sale, aside from the usual mix of handmade jewellery, knick-knacks and arts and crafts ite...
Stock up on local homemade food and treats at Publika's Rasa-rasa Bazaar happening on the first Tuesday of every month. Bring an appetite because food samples will be available.
Things to do, Kids' activities, Families
If you're on the lookout for a free and open circuit to cycle without traffic obstruction, Publika is now providing that space. Every Sunday, families, youths and residents of all ages can cycle, roller-blade or bring out the scooters and baby prams as...