Everyone love to enjoy their weekend  especially some of those who are having a great time back at their own hometown. With each weekend break, there is not much attractions that can match the feeling of just going back to your own home and be with your precious family.

However, there are some of those who are unfortunately can’t or choose not to go back due to some personal reasons and had to stay in the metropolitan city of KL. Therefore, I am here to help. This time I will share to you my Top 5 Things To Do In KL During Weekend.

1. The Good Batch Cafe & Bar

The Good Batch Café & Bar located in Damansara Uptown was established in 2013 and all they care is serving you the best food and service. They are currently operating during this festive weekend from 9Am to 11PM so you may check it out and try their food for yourself.

The cafe is quite spacious that you usual everyday standard and they focus on food more than coffee. If you prefer to try Western brekkie dishes such as upgraded mushrooms on toast, corned beef with fried potatoes, blueberry pancakes, and ‘roti canai’ burrito, then this cafe will cater to your needs. 



Address:53 Jalan SS21/1A
Damansara Utama
Petaling Jaya
Opening hours:

Tue-Thu, 11am-12midnight;

Fri, 11am-1am;

Sat, 10am-1am; Sun,


(may be different due to MCO)


Facebook Page:


2. Pavilion KL

If you want to go with the usual mall route, then I suggest the Pavilion KL especially in times like this where there are virtually less people (but remember to still follow the SOP). Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is an award-winning shopping mall located in the centre of Bukit Bintang, Malaysia’s shopping paradise. It is has over 700 stores and 8 themed precincts. Perfect place if you want to just go window shopping or do some serious shopping frenzy.

The Pavilion Crystal Fountain, a symbol of Malaysia’s diverse culture welcomes visitors and worthy of that Instagram pictures. It is surrounded by upmarket hotels and just a 10-minute walk from KLCC. 

Address:168, Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur,
Opening hours:

10AM – 10PM




Tired of the conventional mall tour? Well I do have an outdoor suggestion for you as well. KL Forest Eco Park is one of the oldest permanent reserve forest in Malaysia (no less than millions of years old) so there is no shortage of flora, fauna, insects and birds for your view in a clearly labelled pathway in your route through the place. It was formerly known as Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve and you as a visitor get to experience nature right in the middle of the bustling metropolitan city of KL.

It is completely free and you can visit the park daily. This forest reserve covers an area of approximately 11, 0000 sq metres so you can take your sweet time discovering what it has to offer.


Address:KL Lot 240, Bukit Nanas, Jalan Raja Chulan
Kuala Lumpur


Opening hours:Daily, 8am-5pm


4. Aquaria KLCC

In the previous blog, I have shared my experience during my tour under the ocean…arium. This aquarium houses and display diverse sea creatures for your entertainment and education, boasting a catalogue of 5000 different aquatic and land bound creatures sprawling over 60,000 sq ft of exhibition area. It is located beneath KLCC ( Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre) therefore it is quite easy to find. It’s open daily and operate from  10Am to 7PM (last admission 6PM).

As for the admission fee, for MyKad holder it is RM49 (ADULT) and RM39 (CHILDREN UNDER 12) respectively. If you ask me whether if it’s worth it, I would say it definitely is.


KLCC, Jalan Pinang,

Kuala Lumpur City Centre,

Wilayah Perseketuan Kuala Lumpur,


Opening hours:Daily, 10am-7pm


5. Netflix and chill


I mean, come on. This is how most of us choose to spend our free time with especially during this break. Watching your favourite tv shows and movies in the comfort of your own home and plenty of snacks. (lowest health risk as well).


Address:Your Own Residence
Opening hours:As long as you want

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