Finish off July strong with a dose of culture, fashion, and incredible food. In news that’s sure to delight (and cause minor hunger pangs), everyone’s favourite Tiffin Food Court is back for a circus-like atmosphere with the best bites sourced around the Klang Valley. Swan Lake takes centre stage at Istana Budaya for all ballet buffs, while Louis Vuitton’s Time Capsule Exhibition is running for just one more week. Fill up your calendar with all the details below:
Can’t decide where to eat? Lucky for you, more than 60 of the most loved food and beverage players are gathering once again at the latest edition of Tiffin Food Court. It’s no ordinary food court or street food fest either – the entire event is built around Malaysia’s contemporary gastronomy scene, with big names like Chef Najib Hamid of Jibby & Co, Chef Karlyn of Sitka Eatinghouse & Wine Bar, and Chef Micha of Mr. Chew’s Chino Latino Bar. A new flavour is highlighted every week to keep you coming back for more.
British pop sensation Anne-Marie will be performing this week, with hits you might know by heart at this point, such as ‘2002’ and ‘Rockabye’ featuring Clean Bandit. Her claim to fame came in 2016 when she won MTV’s Brand New series, wasting no time singing her way to 5 billion streams and 12 million global single sales.
Irina Kolesnikova is an internationally acclaimed prime ballerina bringing together St Petersburg Ballet Theatre’s stars for an enchanting production of the classic Swan Lake. The ballet was first staged in 1895 in St Petersburg, telling the story of the young Prince Siegfried who falls in love with the Swan Princess Odette as she then transforms into a white swan by the evil sorcerer Rothbart. Accompanying the love story is a choreographed ballet known to be one of the all time bests and sublime music.
With just one week left for the ongoing exhibition, your last chance to catch it is now. Louis Vuitton has partnered up with Suria KLCC for a showcase of the Maison through history. On display to the public are rare and celebrated objects from the archives dating back to 1854. Kuala Lumpur makes the 16th city so far to host the exhibit, and in true style is set against the backdrop of the Petronas Twin Towers. The exhibition is open between Monday to Sunday from 10am-10:45pm, with the last entry at 10:30pm.