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THE Malaysian Family KTV Association is appealing to the government to allow them to reopen, just like the relaxation given to similar businesses.This follows Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s announcement that cinemas as well as visual and performing arts venues can now open but at 50% capacity.
KUALA Lumpur’s tourism sector is about to get a kick-start, in line with the National Recovery Plan 2021.
KUALA Lumpur’s nightclub, pub and restaurant operators, who have had no business since the first movement control order, are seeking a deferment of licence fees and taxes from Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and Federal Territories Ministry.They said such aid could help ease their financial burden and help save thousands of businesses that were in dire straits and facing permanent closure.
A MULTIMILLION-ringgit project that was once expected to give Kuala Lumpur an additional boom is in a gloomy state due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
KUALA Lumpur mayor Datuk Mahadi Che Ngah has urged residents and stakeholders to accept the city’s new guidelines on liquor as a positive move that will benefit all parties.
OWNERS of entertainment establishments in Kuala Lumpur are asking the government to ease restrictions to enable them to open and salvage their business.
RESURRECT is back, fresh off it’s debut last month which was nothing short of amazing, having touched many hearts it promises to revisit the feeling and recreate the bond of love, belief and hope that it’s known for in its second showcase, right here in Kuala Lumpur in the Butterfly Room at Iron Fairies KL, Hives, TREC, KL
ZOUK KL celebrates the National Day weekend from Aug 29 to 31 with parties galore in their multi-room club complex at Trec KL.
THE final whistle has blown on Tiger Street Football 2019, with team Hyper Rich from the Klang Valley region lifting the trophy and taking home the grand prize of RM10, 000, presented by football legend and Tiger Street Football ambassador Rio Ferdinand.
Art Xtreme Media continues its colour-themed parties tomorrow with Code Blue at The Sweatbox; a night dedicated to all things classic with ethno-infused rhythms or Afro vibes and piercing vocals – a high energy night veering into techy territory.