1. Make wise meal choices
Times like this call for no cooking for almost every household. After all, washing your pots and pans can really use up a few buckets of water. Before you turn to the option of eating out, understand that if there’s no water in your home, it’s highly likely that restaurants nearby will not have any water supply as well even though they’re open. And best believe you don’t want to get diarrhoea or food poisoning during this difficult period.
Consider sticking to food that doesn’t require much cooking and cleaning up such as salads or sandwiches if you prefer homemade food, or head over to areas that are not affected by the water disruption such as Kajang, Rawang, Sunway Damansara and Subang.