Hello, KL John Lim Edi­tor-in-Chief @johneuhock

Time Out Kuala Lumpur - - Hello, Kl -

Ah, the hec­tic city life: can’t live with it, can’t live with­out it. For all that we com­plain about KL life – the loom­ing dead­lines, rush-hour traf­fic and short lunch breaks – it’s also what drives us for­ward, mak­ing us feel alive and kick­ing when the week­end rolls around.

This is­sue is ded­i­cated to those who thrive in such fast times, but refuse to suf­fer for it – at least where food is con­cerned. For those who can hardly find time for a meal, we sug­gest you toss out those sad desk lunches and head out to the city’s best grab and go spots for a tasty and healthy meal (if you ex­clude the hot dogs and deep-fried chicken, that is) even as you’re rush­ing from one meet­ing to an­other; we have a list on p14 for you to get started. Heck, some­times it’s even bet­ter to chow down be­fore reach­ing home, es­pe­cially when our city is brim­ming with snacks like yao char

kuey, curry puffs and pisang goreng (p20).

And for those who live for the week­end, we’ve got plenty in store for you this is­sue. Kick off with our guide to or­gan­is­ing a last­minute epic party, fol­lowed by our run­down on this year’s durian sea­son, and round it off with our com­pre­hen­sive lists of things to do, gigs to check out and new restau­rants to visit.

En­joy the is­sue ahead!

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