Merdeka Eve Celebration at SOULed OUT, Desa Sri Hartamas

On the eve of Merdeka Day last month, I was invited to the Merdeka Eve Celebration at SOULed OUT. SOULed OUT welcomed guests for a night of Malaysian culture and entertainment at SOULed OUT Kuala Lumpur at Desa Sri Hartamas. 

Syed Teh Tarik sharing his expertise with guests



In honour of The Nation’s 61st birthday, guests were treated to local Malaysian food and performances including a special appearance by ‘Syed Teh Tarik’ and a ‘Roti Canai Terbang’ show. For cinching victory in the SOULed OUT Nasi Lemak packing competition the speedy Jessy Wong and other winners won many attractive prizes including, of course, plenty of vouchers for their next visit to any SOULed OUT outlet.

An eye catching flying roti canai performance provided many Merdeka Eve Laughs

Merdeka Eve Laughs saw guests chugging teh tarik at SOULed OUT Kuala Lumpur
Guest competed in Nasi Lemak speed packaging while having Merdeka Eve Laughs


Heated judging during the Nasi Lemak packing finals

Throughout the Merdeka Month, customers were also given the opportunity to prominently inscribe the things they love the most about Malaysia on the SOULed OUT Merdeka Murals present at all outlets were rewarded for their national spirit with a RM10 SOULed OUT dining voucher.

During the event, I managed to sample some of the local dishes.



The curry laksa and the fried beef noodles are really awesome. I was quite surprised that it taste a lot like those from the popular hawker stalls out there.



Not to forget, my all time favorite, meat on a stick – the beef and chicken satay and also the fried wantan.



We get to customize our own ice kacang as well and I washed down all the food with a glass of Asam Boi Mojito.

Featuring tropical fruits like jackfruit, lychee, asam boi, mango and of course the classic sugarcane and lime, SOULed OUT’s locally inspired selection of Mojitos were available throughout August as part of the ongoing Mojito Trio deal for RM55 at SOULed OUT outlets in West Malaysia and for RM66 at SOULed OUT Kota Kinabalu. 

Jackfruit Mojito

Below are some of the recommended local dishes which are offered by SOULed OUT.

Nasi Lemak

Curry Laksa

Hokkien Mee

Mamak Mee Goreng

“In line with the country’s theme ‘Sayangi Malaysiaku’, SOULed OUT’s theme of ‘One Heart, One Nation’ embodies the love we have for our multiracial, multicultural country, through which we hope to encourage our customers at each outlet to also celebrate and share what they love most about anything and everything Malaysian.” commented Cassie Wong, Head of Marketing for the SOULed OUT Group. “ SOULed OUT will continue to work on making memories and sharing significant moments with our valued customers.”

So Gaya dancers having their own Merdeka Eve Laughs at SOULed OUT Kuala Lumpur

It was truly a happening and fun Merdeka Eve celebration for me with good food, drinks and entertainment. If you are interested to check out SOULed OUT, you can call 03-23001955 / 012-2001955 for reservations or visit their official website at https://sokl.souledout.com.my/ for further information.


.: Peace Out :.

8 comments :

  1. Malaysia, truly a food paradise!!! That sure looks like a whole lot of fun!

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  2. Definitely love to try these yummy food!

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    1. Same here! Good thing that it's pretty near my place. Haha

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    1. Yes I did... I went home with a full tummy! :)

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