Moomazing Food Festival

Some of the food to look forward to at the festival.

A platform for merchants and customers alike, NMooMoo will be celebrating its second anniversary from May 26 to 28 at Carpark B, Stadium Bukit Jalil, Selangor.

Local foodies can look forward to the Moomazing Food Festival which will run from 12pm to 10pm on Friday, and from 10am to 10pm on Saturday and Sunday.

Looking to become a hub for foodies and culinary enthusiasts alike, the festival will feature a wide variety of food vendors serving everything from traditional Malaysian delicacies to international cuisines, with something to suit every palate.

Beyond food tasting and purchasing, visitors can participate in a variety of fun food-related activities such as a lucky draw, a wind chamber, a free photo booth, goodies redemption and a children’s area to keep younger visitors entertained.

In addition to the food and activities, the festival boasts an impressive line-up of live music and entertainment throughout the day, including the antics of NMooMoo mascots Moo Moo and Nii Nii. There will be performances by live music acts and other entertaining items.

In celebration of the community that has made them what they are today, NMooMoo will be giving back to the same community by channelling part of the funds collected from the event towards philanthropy efforts by NMooMoo’s corporate social responsibility arm.

Funds raised from the festival will be part of a contribution to Persatuan Rakyat Miskin Malaysia, Kelab Anak Muda Bandar Tun Razak, and Persatuan Penduduk PPR Taman Mulia.

Entry tickets of RM10 to the festival can be purchased on the day of the festival or through the NMooMoo app. Free entry for children under 12 and adults aged 55 years and above. The entry fee grants visitors food vouchers worth the fee amount, to be used throughout the festival. The app itself is available on App Store and Google Play.

NMooMoo started off as a neighbourhood food-delivery app, and now delivers food and groceries from over 4,000 merchants in the Klang Valley. The main aim of the app is to help small businesses reach new customers while connecting customers to a wider range of restaurants within their vicinity.

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