Buy Vintage Goods & Picnic At Kabut In The Park's Must-Visit Yard Sale This Saturday
If you're still looking for something to do this weekend, Kabut in the Park and the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) are hosting a yard sale in Sentul that you might want to check out
A haven for local thrifters and foodies, the popular yard sale returns for the third time this year on Saturday, 23 September, with plenty of attractions for families and friends to enjoy together.
The one-day event features nearly 45 vendors selling a wide variety of secondhand goods, including clothing, one-of-a-kind personal home collections, plants, gadgets, books, and more.
Visitors will also be able to picnic with their loved ones on the green grass of KLPAC throughout the day
Those who do not have a picnic mat can rent one from the organisers, but do note that other picnic props will not be available on the day.
Kabut in the Park is an environmentally-friendly event, with food vendors aiming to reduce waste and refrain from providing cutlery to customers, so be sure to bring your own cups and necessary items before heading to the yard sale.
To promote their go green initiative, visitors who bring their own food containers will receive a special discount from any food and beverage (F&B) vendors at the event.
You can also find vendors selling delectable traditional Thai cuisines that will transport your taste buds straight to the land of smiles!
There will also be plenty of enjoyable and engaging activities at the yard sale that are perfect for families with small children
For the first time in the history of Kabut in the Park, the organiser will host a special glitter and temporary tattoo workshop.
Visitors can also stop by the event's face and hand painting booth to have a colourful design painted on their body if they're in the mood for some lighthearted self-expression.
Ready to spend your weekend at this fun event?
Here's where you can find Kabut in the Park:
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