While it seems like many parts of the world are getting serious deluges reviving struggling waterfalls and fattening up reliable ones, there are still others that were once thriving that are now hanging on.
It goes to show you that rainfall distribution typically isn't even across the world even for those places that would rely on rainy climates. Whether this is symptomatic of Global Weirding (another buzzword for Global Climate Change) is up for debate, but this can be a worrying development for those who depend on a stable climate for their livelihood be it farming, tourism, sustainability, or even energy.
In this particular case, we're talking about a waterfall in Malaysia (something I didn't know about until now). Check out this article!