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5 things you can finally do in KL now that everyone’s gone during Hari Raya

5 things you can finally do in KL now that everyone’s gone during Hari Raya

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It’s Raya time, guys. Time to scream-sing “Balik Kampung” as you leave KL, post up your best Raya pose and tweet “Mat Ri Ye” 500 times a day.

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But we know there’s a special subset of the population that have ZERO plans for the Raya holidays. *gasp*

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No insta-worthy vacations, no serving lewks on social media – just enjoying the bliss of not dealing with work.

It’s called fashion
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We feel you, fam. But now that KL is blessedly empty, here are a couple of things you can FINALLY do:

1. GO IKEA

Go baby, go! This is a magical time when there’ll hardly be
anyone in town sprinting towards the Swedish furniture store.

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Indulge in the fantasy of building your perfect little home. Prance through the model bedrooms, giggle at the hilarious-sounding names, and get some of those Swedish meatballs.

Ikea’s Cendol Durian D24 Cake
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Don’t forget to try out their Cendol Durian D24 Cake too! It’s specially available this raya for a limited time.

2. SHOP TILL YOU DROP

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The raya sales are still going strong and the malls are empty. No need to shuffle through a crowded mall, and even better no need to wrestle with people when buying stuff.

3. CATCH A MOVIE

Didn’t get a chance to catch Avengers: Endgame?

Well, you’re in luck now; there’s plenty of room for you to
gape at the muscles on screen as you shovel popcorn into your mouth.

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You’ve also got new releases like Aladdin, Godzilla, John Wick 3 that’ll keep you entertained during the two-day break.

4. PARTY LIKE AN ANIMAL

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New Straits Times recently informed the nation that Zoo Negara is struggling to stay open with financial troubles and low visitor numbers.

Why not show some support and have a lovely outing with friends and family with penguins, hornbills and Giant Pandas Xing Xing and Liang Liang.

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The timing is also perfect as the zoo just welcomed the birth of a baby giraffe. So go visit and get your pictures of the little cutie!

5. WHIZZ THROUGH TOWN

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Another perk of the Raya break is the spectacularly empty roads. Strap on your seat belt, shift into gear and go for a joyride through KL.

Wah, so empty

Jalan Kinabalu is particularly nice as you pass by some iconic buildings like the old KL railway station, Dataran Merdeka and Bank Negara.

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