Of late attending workshops during the weekend has been highly popular amongst the urbanites of Malaysia. It is a great way to meet new people with similar interest, learn a new skill outside of your regular 9-5 and broaden your mind. So if you are looking for some interesting workshops to attend in the Klang Valley area, you should check these out.
What’s better than learning a new skill? Getting to enjoy deliciously baked goodies after! Tedboy is a bakery in Malaysia that serves up freshly baked bread from scratch. They also host a series of workshops and events to serve this community of clientele. There are a variety of workshops available, just check out their Facebook page for the latest updates and find something that sparks your fancy.
The Craft Crowd
A relatively new kid on the block, The Craft Crowd is fast becoming one of the most coveted workshops amongst the local hobbyists. The passion of the founder, Alina Koo can be felt throughout. From their well-presented workshop stations to their beautifully decorated refreshments, her dedication is undeniable. Every week there is something different to learn, just look out for their month calendar on their socials and register quickly because spaces get snapped up fast.
A household name in being the collector of happy things retailing a host of artisanal, one-of-a-kind products. Snackfood also organises unique workshops at their Telawi, Bangsar storefront as part of their #TakeOverSnackFood series. From flower arrangements to urban weaving, Snackfood often collaborates with their artisanal retailers to conduct these workshops. So you are definitely learning from the experts. After your class is over, you can mingle around with like-minded people while browsing through Snackfood’s collection of unique line-up. It will definitely be an afternoon to remember.
So whether you are looking for something new to dabble your hands into or looking for an inventive date idea, weekend workshops are definitely the new way to socialise while enriching your lives. If you hit up any of these workshops, let us know how you liked them! 🙂