10 things to do in KL this week

The ten biggest and best things to do in Kuala Lumpur this week
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By Time Out KL editors |
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Looking for things to do? Read on for our guide to the week's best events. If you manage to tick off all ten, head back to our homepage for daily updates on the best restaurants, events and whatever else KL has to offer before our next hot list is published on Monday.

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Shopping

Kabut in the Park

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This car boot yard sale is where you can find great bargains and various secondhand knick-knacks to fill your shopping bags with. Kabut in the Park is a platform where everything that's still in good condition, from clothes and books to gadgets and furniture, can find a second home instead of going to waste and ending up in the trash. So drop by to check out great deals and items, and remember to bring your own shopping bags!

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Music

Sabdha Series

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Sabdha is a cross-cultural community showcase that celebrates music, the arts and ideas. This first volume of the series is a one-day display of sounds, literature and visuals by local and regional independent creatives. There will be music performances spanning genres from hip hop and punk to electronic and indie rock, with acts like BAP, Fauxe, Killeur Calculateur, Pastel Lite and more alongside stunning visuals; as well as local clothing brands and a live-zine experience.

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Phoon Chi Ho
Comedy

Phoon Chi Ho is Creepy in KL

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This is local comedy veteran Phoon Chi Ho's first one-hour solo show, and audiences can expect a compilation of his own favourite anecdotes, recent funny stories, witty observations, and maybe even a smattering of dance moves. He has entertained on stages alongside comedy greats as well as on network TV, and audiences can expect a night of hilarity. 

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Nightlife

SkyBar presents SkyClubbing

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Go clubbing in the sky this weekend at rooftop bar SkyBar with DJ Alexis Grace. Her energetic sets have brought her all over the world, including Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand and more. She will be taking over SkyBar's decks this weekend with thumping bass beats to get the party going all night long.

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Shopping, Markets and fairs

Seek & Keep Artisan Market

icon-location-pin Bangsar Shopping Centre, Bangsar
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This artisan market brings together creative vendors under one roof, peddling a wide variety of fun and interesting accessories, knick-knacks, food and drinks. Each edition is themed, and there are usually plenty of activities and performances lined up. This month the market is themed around Easter, so expect egg hunting challenges, Easter bunny performances and more.

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Theatre

When We Were

icon-location-pin Lot'ng, Subang
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'When We Were' is a public showcase by aspiring directors from Theatresauce's Emerging Directors Lab programme. It's a quadruple bill of short plays that explore relations and reactions to thoughts and memories, and traverse the different themes of tragedy, mourning and humour.   

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The Story Book
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Kids

Storytelling and Story Acting workshop

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This interactive beginner-level workshop organised by The Story Ninjas of The Story Book will see participants learning how to bring stories to life. Kids will discover the basics of role playing, narrating, storytelling and story acting, and will get to show off what they've learnt through the performance for their parents at the end of the workshop. For kids age four to 10 years old, and you can register for a spot here. 

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Nightlife

Splash Sessions

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Splash Sessions is a lazy afternoon party by the pool great for winding down and getting ready for the week ahead. Dance to great music and lounge about with cocktails against a gorgeous view of the Towers. This edition is all about hip hop with local DJs CZA, Aku Ash, Biggie and Melissa Jo.  

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Music

Reggae Party at The Bee

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Chill out at the end of a long week at this reggae party and expect a night filled with cool music and rhythmic tunes. This edition features roots reggae act PureVibracion, local outfit Skudap Skudip, dancehall reggae artist King Lhota and indie band Rasta Syndicate, alongside selectas Cee, Joe PV and Easybaba Sound.  

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Pulau Ketam
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Kids

Pulau Ketam day trip

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Organised by the Nature Education Centre, this day trip to Pulau Ketam is filled with plenty of activities and things to do. Participants can birdwatch on the river cruise, and learn about the different types of mangroves that surround the island as well as plant mangrove seeds. This trip is suitable for teens 13 years and above, and the meeting point is at Port Klang in the morning before departing to the island by ferry. 

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