The city may be a ghost town during Raya, but before you take the cliché route and head straight for the shopping malls (or resort to four days of sitting at home and watching TV), we've compiled a handy guide on the best places you can visit and things you can do over the break. These places are all open for Raya.
Sit down to brunch
Watch a film (or four)
Visit KL's best restaurants and cafés
More things to do
Opening to more fanfare than Channing and Jonah’s raunchy ‘Jump Street’ franchise is the new warehouse-like Jump Street Trampoline Park in Section 13. The park is divided into several sections: a main court featuring over 9,000 square feet of interconnected trampolines, two dodge ball courts, a foam pit, basketball and kids' courts, a high performance area with six Olympic-spec trampolines and vertical running walls of different heights.
Okay so you decided to hit the malls anyway (and Mid Valley Megamall of all places), but you can add a little culture to your shopping spree by visiting Wei-Ling Contemporary at The Gardens. They're currently exhibiting the dreamy works of London-based artist Rajinder Singh.