Things to do during the Raya break

No big plans this four-day weekend? Here's a guide to the best things to do during Raya

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

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See KL's best brunch meals

Watch a film (or four)

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Have coffee

Brewmen

Open Tue–Thu, 11.30am–10.30pm; Fri, 11.30am–12midnight; Sat, 10am–12midnight; Sun, 10am–10.30pm

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Mont Kiara
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See KL's best places for coffee

Visit KL's best restaurants and cafés

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