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5 New Cafe To Try In KL This Week (September 2018)

Everybody knows KL is a fast-pace city, with loads of happenings. Cafes, fine dinings and events are so common. You’ll hear or see new things popping up here and there every few weeks. Sometimes you couldn’t even keep tract of the news coz’ things come and go. Lucky for you, KL Foodie is here to keep you constantly updated. So here’s 5 New Things to Try in KL This Week. Keep them comin’.

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5 New Things to Try in KL This Week:

 

1. Tiffin Food Court

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A lot of you are no stranger to Tiffin Food Court, a platform featuring dining experiences and activities. Tiffin brings the definition of a modern food court to a next level. Launched in 2016, last year’s event was a huge success they’ve decided for a comeback. Though not a new-new thing, Tiffin is a new reoccurring things to try in KL this week. With over 50 vendors throughout the 8-week, event, food vendors changes weekly. So be sure to tag your buddies along for some fun new experience. Hipster interior with loads of food choices, experience the 21st century food court.

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All food vendors are pork-free*

Address: Lot 15, Jalan 13/6, Seksyen 13, Petaling Jaya (behind The Gasket Alley).
Date: 30/8-21/10/18
Operating Hour: 5 p.m. till late. (Thursday to Sunday only)

 

2. The Swimming Club

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One of the latest things to try in KL, The Swimming Club is nestled on the rooftop of Journal Hotel. As the name suggests, it’s the latest pool bar added to the nightlife of KL. Unlike any other bars, The Swimming Club resembles a warm, sunny LA vibe. Using pantone colors and lively prints, every corner is Instagrammable. Chill out by the pool and catch the sunset of KL city at The Swimming Club.

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Address: 30, Jalan Beremi, Off Jalan Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 12 p.m.-12 a.m.

Read Also: Top 10 Things to Eat in Cheras

 

3. Selfie Museum KL

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Unlike Penang where there are tonnes of museums nestling in every corner of the island. KL is more of skyscrapers. The Selfie Museum adds a touch of fun into the new things to try in KL. Presented by Samsung Galaxy, it’s the first museum dedicated to Art of Selfie. Of vibrant ball pool and fluffy clouds, you get to take unlimited selfies and photos at every corner. 9 selfie rooms and 5 free desserts, it’s open to all ages.

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Address: Unit 2.28-2.40, Level 2, Fahrenheit88, 179, Bukit Bintang Street, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hour: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Tickets: http://selfie.com.my/

 

4. Kebab Bowl

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A new food venture has landed in the heart of KL, and it’s Kebab Bowl. Opened in March 2018, they have 2 outlets now, that’s some good business we’re talking about. Which means their food has to be awesome. Serving Middle Eastern cuisine with a modern twist, get your favourite meat in a bowl. It’s like poke bowl but in kebab style, get it? Influencers such as Jane Chuck and Daphne raved about this, so be sure to check Kebab Bowl out.

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HALAL*

Address: -Ardence labs at Klang Valley
– IOI City Mall, LG-34A
Operating Hour: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.

 

5. Three Journey Cafe

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A cafe blossomed out of passion for pastries, Three Journey is one of the new things to try in KL that will melt your heart away. Serving unique sweet treats and bakes, their Unique Glaze ice cream stood out from the rest. Choose a theme, unicorn or galaxy and you can start customizing your own ice cream. Pour the glaze over your ice cream and decorate it with little treats, how cute is that? Plus, they do customize cakes for special events and serve some really good mains.

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Address:  153A-G Jalan Dataran Cheras 9 Cheras Traders Square Belakong, 43200 Cheras 9 Miles, Selangor
Operating Hour: (Sun-Thurs) 11 a.m.-10 p.m. (Fri&Sat) 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

 

We Need Help Tau

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Yes la editor is a bit ded from sourcing all the new good places, can help a bit a? Throw in your idea in the comment section, tell us some of the new things to try in KL. If you have visited any of these, share with us your experience! Okay bye.

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