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Suria KLCC revamps its food court, adapting to the Covid era

Suria KLCC in the heart of Kuala Lumpur has unveiled its newly refurbished food court, which was designed to adapt to the Covid-19 era. 

Incorporating the space formerly occupied by department store Parkson, the Signatures food court boosts seating to more than 1500 while still ensuring enough space to comply with physical distancing requirements.

Dining options have also been expanded with 23 food court outlets, six kiosks and seven restaurants. The revamped food court is equipped with a 5G infrastructure, and sports device-charging sockets. 

“A lot of thought and effort went into improving Signatures to what it is now,” said Andrew Brien, CEO of Suria KLCC.

“Nothing has been left to chance, from the standard operating procedures to ensure hygiene, all the way to aesthetics capable of satisfying new norms for a long time.”

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