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All The Fun Events Happening In Klang Valley This Weekend From 1 Dec To 4 Dec

All The Fun Events Happening In Klang Valley This Weekend From 1 Dec To 4 Dec

From art exhibitions and food fairs to live music and outdoor activities, there’s something for everyone this weekend in the Klang Valley.

Melissa Suraya Ismail

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December is a perfect month for events that you wouldn’t wanna miss out on. Especially when you just got your pay. 👀

Here’s a list of events happening this weekend for you to enjoy with your friends and family on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday:


1 December (Thursday)

1. Jajan Viral Food Fair (Fair) @ Open Box, SACC Mall (30 Nov – 3 Dec)

In this food fair, you’ll find various dessert and chocolate brands all lumped together in one place. Some of the products have discounts too so keep your eyes peeled.

For more info, visit their Facebook and Instagram.

2. iNyala (Digital Art Exhibition) @ Fahrenheit88 (26 Nov – 25 Dec)

Immerse yourself in a digital art exhibition which features 17 multidisciplinary art installations centred on the theme of “17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)”.

For more info, visit their website here.

3. Viva Batik (Fair) @ Central Market (29 Nov – 11 Dec)

In conjunction with National Batik Day on 3 December, you can get all things Batik at Central Market – ready-to-wear outfits, accessories, crafts and more.

Visit their Instagram to know more.

4. Klang River Festival (Festival) @ Various Locations (25 Nov – 4 Dec)

The Klang River Festival celebrates the artistry, heritage, community, and rich biodiversity of the populous river that gives life to the Klang River. From live shows and art exhibitions to markets and book fairs, KRF offers many activities for everyone to join.

Find the full itinerary on the website here.


2 December, (Friday)

1. Epik High Is Here (Concert) @ Zepp KL, 8 PM

The South Korean hip-hop group, Epik High is coming to Malaysia this weekend for their tenth studio album tour called Epik High Is Here.

You can still book your tickets here for standing spots (RM398 – RM798).

2. One Less Festival (Festival) @ Sunway Nexis (2 – 4 Dec)

With 120 vendors and more, One Less Festival is a place where you can practice mindful & sustainable shopping and enjoy fun activities together.

There’s also a Free Silent Disco Party for those who wanna party with their headphones on 2 and 3 December.

For more info, visit their blog here and you can pre-register for the silent disco party here.

3. Alt-Shift-Play (Game Exhibition) @ Telekom Museum (2 – 4 Dec)

Explore Australia’s most exciting and innovative games in this videogame exhibition. There’ll be talks, workshops and over 20 digital games for you to play there.

Head to their website to know more.


3 December (Saturday)

1. FiestaPLATS (Festival) @ Dataran Merdeka Shah Alam (3 – 4 Dec)

Organized by the Selangor government, Fiesta PLATS @ KAWAN 2022 will feature lots of fun activities (carnival/face painting/hot air balloon) and various local entrepreneurs and food trucks for the public.

READ MORE: Selangor Government Organises Fiesta PLATS @ KAWAN 2022 From 3-4 December To Uplift Local Entrepreneurs

For more info, visit their website here.

2. WE & I Artfest 2022: The Unseen Disability (Art Exhibition) @ Telekom Museum (3 – 4 Dec)

Catch live performances and works of art from the disabled community at this event for two weekends, 3-4 Dec & 9-10 Dec.

For more info on the event or to book your spot (free), click here.


4 December (Sunday)

1. Moshi Rock RE:Connect (Concert) @ Angguk Studio, 3 PM

For those J-rock/pop, Anime, Comics & Games lovers, there’s a special event just for you! You can enjoy the lineup of rock gigs at Angguk Studio in Ara Damansara.

You can still get the tickets (RM25-30) here and get more info on their website here.

2. Kabut In The Park 9.1 (Fair) @ Taman Awam Pangkalan Batu, Klang

In conjunction with the Klang River Festival that’s happening in various places until 4 December, they’re collaborating with Kabut In The Park on the last day.

There’ll be lots of activities such as a car boot sale, river taxi rides, rock climbing and many more.

For more info, visit Kabut In The Park’s Facebook or Klang River Festival’s Instagram.

P/S: If you have any future events for the public to add, do submit your suggestions to this email – melissasu@therakyatpost.com.


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