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Old June 12th, 2011, 04:30 PM   #21
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Summer Mall - Kota Samarahan


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Old June 16th, 2011, 10:33 PM   #23
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City One Mall

City One Mall
http://www.cityone.com.my/
Soon to be the new largest mall in Kuching upon completion, total gross floor area of 68,000 sq meters(750,000 sq ft), two block of commercial building connecting with a sky bridge and a ground floor piazza. This is going to be an additional 68,000 sq meter (750,000 sq ft) to the existing total NLA of Kuching shopping Centers. City1 building will has 3-4 storey retail floor, it has more than 400 strata-titled shop lots for sells.

Mall Location : At junction Airport Road off jalan Song

City One Mall floor aize :
-Gross area of 1 million sq ft
-Net lettable area of approx. 620,224 sq ft
-37,000 sq ft supermarket (lower ground floor)
-103,000 sq ft departmental store (ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor)
-10 screen cineplex, including 3D Hall! (3rd floor)
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Old June 23rd, 2011, 11:46 AM   #24
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Kuching Sentral Transport Terminal
(Kuching Integrated Regional Bus Terminal), the city’s latest landmark.
Only mere minutes from Kuching International Airport is a new landmark set to be the one and only fully integrated regional transportation terminal of Kuching for years to come. Housing a shopping centre with ready crowd from the inflow of passengers at the terminal itself, and being the only shopping centre at the Sentosa region, Kuching Sentral will prove to be a rewarding investment for both investors and retail operators, as well as a great transit convenience for all passengers. Moreover this shopping complex comes with strata-titles for the retail units. Strategically located at the junction of Jalan Penrissen and Airport Road which is under upgrading to become a dual-carriageway with traffic lights, this will be the centre of it all.





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Old July 20th, 2011, 02:12 PM   #27
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Boulevard Extension

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ST3
12 Storey Spartments cum Shopping Complex @Jalan Simpang Tiga
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Kuching Sentral Transport Terminal
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Old August 19th, 2011, 05:36 PM   #33
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UCSI CityIsland Hotel @ The Isthmus
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Ucsi Cityisland Hotel – A Perfect Balance Of Business And Education
May 8th, 2011



Sarawak is constantly facing significant upgrades in infrastructure to attain its goal as a preferred MICE destination with a difference. New roads, new transportation hubs, cutting edge university campuses and collaborative programmes with international universities; road-widening schemes, new bridges, new shopping areas of international standards; high tech industrial parks and the opportunity for an ever-attractive lifestyle, all play a part in improving professional development and attracting investors from around the globe.

Here, a vast range of convention facilities, visitor activities and unique experiences are available to groups of all sizes.

Existing major hotels in Kuching, capital city of Sarawak, include the luxury 5-star Pullman Kuching, Four Points by Sheraton, Kuching Hilton, Tune Hotel, 360 Hotel, Lime Tree Hotel, Batik Boutique Hotel and many more. Another major new hotel in Kuching, UCSI CityIsland Hotel, is being set and will make its debut by late 2013.

UCSI University’s Sarawak campus’s main goal is to be theholistic education centre for hospitality and tourism in East Malaysia. As a special feature of the University, the hotel will provide the perfect training ground for students in all aspects of business tourism.

Currently under construction, the 5-star establishment is located at the isthmus of Kuching, right opposite the Borneo Convention Centre Kuching (BCCK); and will house 360 rooms, 6 F&B outlets and 4 kitchens.

Ms. Gracie Geikie, UCSI Communication Managing Director said, “Even though BCCK is still new, it’s just a matter of time before our MICE industry comes into fruition. Besides UCSI CityIsland Hotel, we have 2 other training hotels on the rise, which will deliver a comprehensive skilling process and fine-tune our students’ capabilities.”

The University has also established partnerships with several organisations in the industry, including Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, BCCK, the Sarawak Convention Bureau (SCB) and many more.

Mrs. Jill Henry, CEO of the Sarawak Convention Bureau said, “With 3 million visitors to Sarawak over the last year and the increase in hotels and B&Bs statewide, it is clear that we have a mushrooming tourism industry. We are extremely pleased to see more hotel developments in Sarawak. This will increase the room numbers we have to service delegates from around the world. With UCSI as a holistic education centre for hospitality and tourism, we are ensuring that Sarawak will improve its hospitality and tourism services to a greater level.”
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Merdeka Plaza
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Pedestrian bridge proposed to link Sarawak DUN complex to Kuching Waterfront
BO - Wednesday, December 2, 2009, 17:40 MST
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The proposed pedestrian bridge to link State Legislative Assembly
Complex across the Sarawak River to Kuching Waterfront.


There has been a proposal to build pedestrian bridge linking the recently completed State Legislative Assembly (DUN) complex to Kuching Waterfront across the Sarawak River.

The proposed bridge will be designed by a renowned Malaysian architect, Hijas Kasturi, who also the designer of the new DUN complex, would allow visitors to savour the real beauty of the city.

It would also link the city’s major historical sites, including the proposed Plaza Merdeka, which would be completed in 2012.

“I understand that the project (bridge) is still at the proposal stage,” said Plaza Merdeka Holdings Managing Director Steve Ng at a press conference in Kuching on Tuesday.
New bridge planned to promote Waterfront
by Wilfred Pilo and Karen Bong, [email protected]. Posted on August 25, 2011, Thursday
http://www.theborneopost.com/2011/08...te-waterfront/



BEAUTIFUL PLACE: Italian tourists, Michele Giulietti and
Stefania Rinaldi here on a 10-day holiday, love the Waterfront.


KUCHING: Kuching Waterfront will have a facelift once a new bridge is built across the Sarawak River from the vicinity of the Main Bazaar.

The public and visitors will then be able to cross to the other side of the river and conveniently access the many historical buildings and attractions located at both sides of the river.


“With the bridge, the public especially tourists can visit many places of attraction across the river by foot such as the State Legislature Building, Istana, Orchid Garden and Fort Magherita,” said Assistant Tourism and Heritage Minister Datuk Talip Zulpilip.

Talip revealed to The Borneo Post yesterday that the state government was actively pursuing the proposed bridge project.

Refusing to comment further on the project as it was still in the planning stage, he was however optimistic that it would be done soon as this new landmark will definitely help elevate Kuching Waterfront as a top tourism spot in the city.

“However, the sampan which has always been a permanent feature, will continue to ply the Sarawak River, ferrying people and tourists across and taking them on tours to admire the scenic views surrounding the area,” he added.

Talib who is also chairman of Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) disclosed that many development plans were in the pipeline for Kuching Waterfront to ensure that this unique part of the city would remain a precious tourism spot.

Tourists who were approached by The Borneo Post reporters at the Waterfront yesterday gave positive remarks, praising the Waterfront as uniquely amazing.

Italian tourists, Michele Giulietti and Stefania Rinaldi, who are on a 10-day holiday in Sarawak, were impressed with the beauty that the Waterfront holds.

“It is a pleasant place with many unique features. It would be great to have a bridge that we can cross over to the other side besides using the little boats that only costs 50 sen,” Michele said.

On the security of the place, they both felt safe even when strolling there
at night.

Desray Cuff, a tourist from South Africa currently residing in Perth, Australia, was spotted taking notes of the description of a statue erected on the pathway of the Waterfront.

Cuff who was visiting Borneo for the first time was excited to be here as she was fascinated not only with the place but also the friendly people, food and cultures.

“This is an amazing country. I love everything about it. I love the ‘sampan’. I’ll be taking it again before I fly home this Friday,” she exclaimed.

When asked if she felt safe being in the city, she said: “I feel safe and I don’t have to worry when I am out.”

However, a trader who has been operating a stall at the Waterfront for four years and wanted only to be identified as Tian said he felt the relevant authorities should maintain the landscape in the area.

“Security has improved greatly and there are less people idling in the area as compared to before. But I think it is too dark at night, as some of the tree branches have covered the streetlights.

“It looks a little messy and it would be great if the trees were trimmed regularly so that the lights are not blocked,” said Tian.

He also suggested that the shrubs be trimmed to a suitable height for better visibility to increase the sense of security for visitors and tourists.

When relating these comments to Talib, he assured that SEDC would continue to maintain the facilities and landscape at the Waterfront that is under its management.

“We will make the ambience more pleasant and safe to increase the sense of security of the public visiting the area,” he said.

Meanwhile, a spokesperson of the Kuching Waterfront Management expressed gratitude for the support of SEDC in ensuring that the place continues to be developed and maintained.

“We will do our part and work closely with SEDC to ensure the place and its facilities are well kept to give visitors a feeling of relaxing and at ease when visiting the area.

“We recognise that it is important to have a pleasant environment and we must assist all related parties involved to portray the image of Kuching city as a safe and beautiful destination,” he assured.
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