KLoé Hotel launches two-day market featuring over 20 local brands

Called KLove Market, the event features homegrown artisans and crafters that are curated by Traders Market.

Look out for brands such as Talee, Homemade Heroes and Boktjuv at the two-day market (Photo: Respective brands)

The hospitality portfolio has changed across the years as more travellers want an experience they can talk about, bring back and share. KLoé Hotel was adept enough to adapt, mining local community stories and working with homegrown artisans to give its guests a taste of our vibrant city. The partnership with Traders Market this time around is a move to add value to consumers' life besides just a bed in a hotel room. 

Between 11am and 6pm on Apr 3 and 4, KLove Market will take up the boutique hotel’s Courtyard and City rooms on the second floor. More than 20 local vendors will be showcasing their fashion, beauty, accessories, lifestyle and home decor brands. 

Expect a melange of products to be on sale, including Pitaya Collection’s kimono dresses; Boktjuv’s homewares and tote bags; as well as Bingka’s famous silk screen printed Malaysian gifts and souvenirs. The market is not short on beauty offerings too: Handmade Heroes’ skincare goods and A&A Natural’s plant-based bath and body staples provide some much-needed self pampering during these stressful times.

Apart from participating in a shopping therapy that also helps local businesses regain their financial footing, shoppers will stand a chance to win stays at KLoé Hotel. With every minimum purchase of more than RM100 in a single receipt, you can submit an entry into the daily lucky draw that might land you one of the prizes below:

  • Grand Prize: One 1-night stay in a KLoé Artist Loft.

  • First Runner-up: One 1-night stay in a KLoé Courtyard Room. 

  • Second Runner-up: One x 1-night stay in a KLoé City Room.

  • Consolations Prizes: Five RM50 KLoé room vouchers.



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"We're excited to collaborate with Traders Market to bring local makers together to showcase their goods at the KLove Market," shares Ng Ping Ho, managing director of KLoé Hotel.

"This format allows us to safely host some of our favorite vendors while also offering our guests and shoppers a chance to shop locally and support our creative community, who are excited to share their handcrafted goods at the KLove Market."


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