Where can you enjoy Malaysia's signature food by a waterfall rain or shine?
You need not be out in the open. I had that experience indoor in Kuala Lumpur.
.... while savouring my Hokkien Char.
.... and Famous Penang Cendol.
.... in a food court.
On first look, the food court resembles a typical one in Singapore. However there is a waterfall by the side which I have not seen in local food courts yet. The waterfall is tucked away at one corner, so for most people the dry noodle stays dry.
I went up one level and was delighted to find a viewing gallery for the waterfall. There is also ample open space behind for activities.
At the end of the viewing gallery are child-care facilities. Parents can drop their kids in there and shop at ease. The package is comprehensive and they have courses like grooming, character building and public speaking.
Due to the exchange rate, food in KL is pretty much affordable. 5.90 ringgit for the Hokkien Char and 2.50 ringgit for the Cendol. There is also much variety - like the noodles in the menu above - and in the spelling. I see 'Hockkien' and 'Cendol' whereas in Singapore 'Hokkien' and 'Chendol' are more commonly used. If you look at the stall menu, there are more.
The food court and waterfall are on 6th floor of KL Sogo - Kompleks Pernas Sogo - located at Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman. Bandaraya LRT Station exits beside the building.