Planning to go somewhere this Merdeka weekend?
Malaysia’s largest festival “Syiok Fest” will be held in Stadium Bukit Jalil, from 28 to 31 August 2020!
With only a few more days to go, you can get to enjoy a wide array of Insta-famous food products from cafes, food trucks and restaurants. Other than local favourites such as Pogedil and Nasi Arab, there will also be other food choices like Japanese Oden and Western desserts! Nothing sounds better than a food hunting date.
Besides food, another one of their main attractions is Malaysia’s biggest bundle expo! All thrifters, fashion enthusiasts and vintage fashion lovers will definitely find gems and save the environment at the same time!
Syiok Fest has also garnered a huge number of vendors from all over Malaysia, selling a wide variety of pre-loved fashion products, from bags, accessories to shoes and even toys. With more than 350 booths open, you will definitely have a great time diving through the racks to search for your ideal pieces!
If you prefer new and modern fashion products, don’t worry as Streetcon, a platform for passionate young Malaysians to gather and immerse in street style is also available in Syiok Fest! Fashionistas, assemble!
To find out more, check out Syiok Fest’s official Instagram page. Don’t forget to wear a mask and try to practice physical distancing!
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