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Old May 31st, 2011, 07:34 AM   #21
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Old June 5th, 2011, 07:12 AM   #22
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Beautifying the riverbanks
By MUGUNTAN VANAR Friday December 3, 2010
http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.as...sec=southneast




KOTA KINABALU: The city’s riverfront is set to take on a new look by 2012.

After months of planning and negotiations, the first parcel of the Sungai Sembulan Beautifi-cation Project is finally taking off.

Kota Kinabalu City mayor Datuk Iliyas Ibrahim said the Sembulan river beautification project, costing RM25mil, involved the construction of the Sembulan riverbank in the Karamunsing and Sembulan areas adjoining Sadong Jaya here.

“It will be constructed by Abad Jaya Construction Sdn Bhd, who won the open tender for the project.

“It is expected to be completed by 2012,” he said when announcing it.

He said the Sembulan River Beautification Project was one of three tourism-related projects for Kota Kinabalu City being funded by the Sabah Economic Development and Investment Authority (Sedia) under the Sabah Development Corridor.

The other two projects are the coastal bicycle path between Tanjung Aru and UMS and the upgrading of the historical precinct of Kota Kinabalu City.

Construction works are divided into three parcels. Only works in Parcel One have commenced while the others are delayed due to several outstanding issues such as the need to relocate squatters, several abandoned buildings and land exchanges.



Big plans: The Sembulan riverbank will look like this in 2012.

Iliyas said a total of RM45mil had been allocated to the Sembulan river beautification project, which involved beautifying the riverbanks of both Sungai Sembulan and Sungai Karamunsing, between the South China Sea and Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman adjacent to the MUIS building and Sungai Karamunsing to Jalan Kemajuan adjacent to the flyover.

He said massive changes were expected to take place in the adjoining areas, and that building owners and businesses needed to cooperate to help transform the whole area into a vibrant tourism hub with dining and entertainment establishments of international standards.

He stressed that building owners and the nearby residents in the Sembulan area should see this as an opportunity to upgrade and beautify their buildings and houses, so that visitors and tourists would be impressed.

Iliyas said the Kota Kinabalu City Hall (DBKK) was going far beyond carrying out the normal “repair” job on an old part of the city.

He said the project’s design was of an international standard and was prepared by Innotech Design Architects Sdn Bhd, which together with AIA Consortium Consultancy Services and their team of experts, had taken into consideration concepts and lessons learned from cities that had developed their waterfronts such as Singapore, Seoul, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Sydney and Melbourne.

He added that the architect had also earmarked several public sites for outdoor entertainment and a number of spots for public art such as sculptures and fountains.

Iliyas reminded the public not to confuse beautification and transformation of the Sembulan and Karamunsing riverbanks with the cleaning and rehabilitation of the rivers as those issues would be looked into separately by DBKK.

He also appealed to building owners, business proprietors, customers and residents of the Sungai Sembulan area, particularly in Sadong Jaya, to be patient with DBKK over the project.

He pointed out that DBKK had come up with a traffic plan and parking areas, but added that the plan might be altered over the construction period.



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Old June 5th, 2011, 07:21 AM   #23
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http://www.spsetia.com.my/aeropod/

A joint development between Jabatan Keretapi Negeri Sabah (“JKNS”) and S P Setia Bhd (“SP Setia”) is proposed on this land that is located along Jalan Kepayang in Tanjung Aru, right opposite to Kota Kinabalu International Airport.

This development will optimize the land uses with its iconic commercial element with international status. At the same time, this development will revitalize whilst conserving the function of rail as its core transportation as well as a tourist attraction.

SP Setia intend to develop the said land with a unique and distinctive design concept. The land is planned for a mixed use development of international standard which is in line with the government’s vision of making Kota Kinabalu as a global city.

The development will be a 24-7 urban pod depicting the 4 elements, Live, Learn, Work & Play. Live life to a different beat at AEROPOD @ Tg Aru, Kota Kinabalu’s new lifestyle sensation. This integrated lifestyle development is all about putting life’s best at your feet.

Spanning approximately 60 acres of prime land in Kota Kinabalu, AEROPOD features an exciting mix of retail, offices, F&B, serviced apartment, SOHO, Corporate Office, boutique hotel, 5-star hotel, providing the perfect platform to live life to the full.

Innovative space planning and green living is taken to new heights with extensive green/open space and Parklands are made available immediately behind where nature walk and educational activities, etc can be permitted. It’s the perfect venue for family fun and games, relaxing with friends and hosting small events.





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Significant Development Concept - Parklands
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Old June 5th, 2011, 07:36 AM   #25
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International Technology & Commercial Centre
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PENAMPANG: The future of this district is set to be catapulted into an important destination for MICE (Meetings, Incentive Travel, Conference and Exhibition) and technology related business activities when the International Technology & Convention Centre (ITCC) Penampang is completed in the next three years.

Assistant Minister to the Chief Minister, Datuk Edward Khoo Keok Hai, speaking at the soft launching of the project yesterday said, the ITCC-Penampang is a private initiative project, motivated by the launching of the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC) which is line with Sabah Government’s Halatuju initiative.

ITCC-Penampang is set to act as a catalyst to spur creative macro and micro economy in Penampang as a technology hub, which could perhaps provide the stepping stone in setting up an MSC concept in Sabah that can be linked to MSC in Peninsular Malaysia, as part of the e-government push, he said.

“This project is timely as it will be implemented under the 10th Malaysia Plan which is in line with Vision 2020. The people of Penampang deserve to have this international class business activities and facilities,” said Khoo.

“I will help to promote this project as I am extremely happy that Penampang is going to have a five star hotel in future and this project is also in the Kapayan constituency,” he said.

“I think in the past we had been losing out in the tourism industry, so with this project we hope more tourist will come to Penampang as this district of rich Kadazan culture and all the races are living harmoniously as well in this area,” he said.

This project will also create job opportunities for the Penampang youngsters after they graduate from high school and tertiary education as they can work and stay back in Penampang instead of seeking jobs in Kota Kinabalu, Tuaran and Peninsular Malaysia, said Khoo.

Sabanilam Enterprise Sdn Bhd, director Datuk Clarence Malakun said the project to be built on a more than 10 acres site will start work as soon as they get all the necessary approvals from the relevant authorities.

“The project will start as soon as possible and I expect sometime early next year we will be able to start work,” he said after witnessing the soft launching of the project by Assistant Minister to the Chief Minister Datuk Edward Khoo Keok Hai yesterday.

Once completed, ITCC will be equipped with a 300-room 5-star hotel block, 16-storey office tower and a modern commercial shopping mall.

The centre will feature a large 30,000 sq ft convention hall, a separate exhibition hall of over 60,000 sq ft, a huge banquet hall (maximum 170 dinner tables), hotspot Wi-Fi internet connection, 8-minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport, state-of-the art giant LCD advertising screens, spacious food court, supermarket and ample parking space.


“ITCC offers an alternative venue for the MICE market and the tourism sector in Penampang will be boosted as now Kota Kinabalu is congested with the flow of traffic,” said Malakun.

ITCC developer company spokesman Alexander Hugo Malakun hoped ITCC Penampang will be Sabah’s very own little electric town similar to Low Yat Plaza in Kuala Lumpur, Digital Mall in Petaling Jaya and Akihabara City in Tokyo, Japan.

“Our aim is to provide the best environment for retailers to trade and customers to shop, especially on technology based trade and new electronic merchandise,” he said.
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Sabah International Convention Complex (SICC)
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=952970

Location: Likas Bay, 40 minutes from Kota Kinabalu International Airport, 15 minutes from the city centre.
Owners: 60 per cent owned by Sabah Foundation, 40 per cent owned by Far East Consortium International.
Exhibition hall: 6,500m2, which can be divided into three halls.
Auditorium: Permanent raked seating for 650 delegates.
Meeting facilities: Three levels of meeting facilities with 26 meeting rooms and VIP suites; 19 meeting rooms ranging from 60m2 to 125m2 and linked to the auditorium and ballroom.
Convention hall: 6,000m2 column-free hall. Can be divided into three halls.
Ballroom: 1,500m2 hall can be divided into three ballrooms.

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Pacific Parade



RM2b 'new heart of KK' project

Kota Kinabalu: A RM2 billion investment with revolutionary concepts and completely new designs replacing the original Likas Mega Mall is set to transform the sleepy abandoned 26-acre Maksak (Government Servants Welfare and Recreational Council) land into a vibrant "new heart of Kota Kinabalu", its new developer promised.
A new developer by the name of Ideal Prestige Sdn Bhd, which is part of a larger group of cash-rich financial backers in South Africa, Sri Lanka and India, has taken over 100 per cent of the entire project and renamed it Pacific Parade.

At the helm of this massive investment project, which is expected to take eight to 10 years to complete in phases, is Executive Chairman Kuok Khoon Ping, who has formed a partnership with Sabahan, Fuad Tengku Ahmad, a lawyer from Cambridge and former Director of KL-based Melawat Industries Group Bhd.

"This is Malaysia's Gold Coast!" Kuok exclaimed.

"A gem of a five-star site like this deserves nothing less than a five-star development," said Kuok, former Chairman of Jerneh Insurance Bhd and a nephew of famous Malaysian tycoon Tan Sri Robert Kuok.

"The original design was just a 10-storey three-star hotel on the existing Maksak building, a 10-storey office block and a two-storey Civil Service Museum, which just looks too average and doesn't fit such a good site," Fuad noted.

"This is a 5-star site, it didn't make sense to us it gets only a 3-star development, so we are changing it to a 5-star development which is appropriate to the site and we have since redesigned everything," Fuad said.

Maksak's entitlement has also been vastly upgraded under a new principal agreement between them and Ideal Prestige Sdn Bhd, according to Fuad.

"What's good is we are setting a standard for private-public partnership (as opposed to lopsided deals), in fairness to the owners of the site," he said.

Under the old project which had stopped work for several years for unknown reasons, Maksak's original entitlement was a two-storey Civil Service Museum, a 10-storey 3-star hotel and a 12-storey office block.

But an integrated concept plus other high-end additions are going to make all the difference for Maksak under the new deal.

"What we are going to give them is a completely redesigned, integrated 10-storey 3-star hotel, a 12-storey office block and a two-storey Civil Service Museum which is integrated with a modern Convention Centre," Fuad said.

"In addition, we are also going to give them a 5-star hotel which is also going to be integrated with the Convention Centre that has a capacity for 200 tables," Fuad added.

"Maksak will own the 10-storey 3-star hotel, the museum and 12-storey office building but we'll develop and operate the 5-star hotel and Convention Centre on a joint venture basis and we'll also manage the 3-star hotel," Fuad spelt out the arrangement.

"The object of it all is to give substantial recurring incomes to Maksak with a very balanced win-win deal in fairness to them because it is such a good piece of land," Fuad stressed.

"This is not a hit-and-run project, we are not a build-and-leave developer, we are in it for the long-term, we'll continue to work on its character with a passion to create something which is very visually attractive and functional," Fuad told Daily Express.

On their side of the development, Ideal Prestige will build 161 luxury condominium units with a sea view atop Block B with a landscaped, Balinese style 23,000 sq ft infinity pool with all the shopping facilities below.

The idea is condo residents never need to leave the area for shopping.

An interesting facility on top of Block C is an "assisted" living facility with a sea view integrated with a medical centre in line with the medical tourism concept, in addition to a hyper market, cinemas, an anchor bookstore, an IT centre, family karoake, etc, in the lower floors.

A prominent feature in the plan is the Pacific Walk - a strip attached to both Block B and C, which is going to be an outdoor entertainment and Food & Beverage walk. Is a cross between the Bintang Walk and Heritage Road which offers both night and day entertainment but it's covered so it's all weather and all in, there'll be 3,000 parking lots, Fuad said.

An exciting part of Pacific Walk is a spacious Greek style amphi-theatre with the stage at the bottom and the audience at the steps and though outdoors, it's covered so that rain will not spoil any show.

"We'll be organising a lot of family-oriented activities such as bringing in artistes, bands, choirs, concerts to bring life to the area," Kuok promised.

"It's all about giving something to the community, not just making money," Fuad said.

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8 Avenue/Ascotville
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Our Hotel Suites & Mall is the first of its kind – a unique all-in-one spa hotel located right in the picturesque nature paradise of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Positioned in the model of a one-stop shop featuring a plethora of state-of-the-art beauty services and recreational facilities seated within a stunning backdrop of a spectacular landscape, the spa hotel captures every single classic element out of rural Malaysia in an exclusive theme of “relax and rejuvenate”.






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Atkinson Tower
http://www.atkinsontower.com/

Atkinson Tower is a multi-storey mix commercial building and is to be build at the former LPPB building site, just beside the Padang Merdeka and will be a part of the historic Atkinson clock tower.

The building will be 18-storey comprising of department stores, retail shops, office, hotel suits, museum gallery, unique cafe reflecting old Jesselton town, F&B, pedestrian bridge to Gaya Street and 381-430 parking bays (estimated).

Vision
Ideally positioned adjacent to The Atkinson Clock, The Atkinson Tower concept envisions the fusion of history with good food, elegant dining, and vibrant atmosphere of shopping, entertainment and community experience.

Inspired by history and guided by the desire to provided cherished shopping experience, our designs include beautiful hanging courtyards, an exciting array of new retail and alfresco dining, community activity areas, aspirational retail stores and alfresco dining alongside water features, with a beautifully designed lifestyle street leading right to the historical Atkinson Clock. The mall with Old-Worlde paintings and textured walk ways with names reflecting the British period such as Clock Alley and Atkinson Loop spans over 6 levels. To make Atkinson Tower a truly unique destination, it will host a museum gallery and a unique café reflecting old Jesselton town. The unique experience will flow into the restrooms with tiles of native textures and fauna.

Atkinson Tower Hotel will be located on the upper levels. The suits will be designed fully furnished with high class finishes. External bubble lifts will provide a modern appeal to the façade. The hotel roof top will host an infinity pool and landscaped gardens offering panoramic views of the South China Sea and its islands. The hotel will be equipped with modern gym facilities and spas.

Concept
At 18 stories tall No. 1 Atkinson Tower will be the tallest structure in the city providing unobstructed seaviews. The building will contain a shopping mall with a wide array of retail shopping. No1 Atkinson tower will house three exhibition centers. As for dinning, shoppers will have the choice of a food court serving local cuisine, a historic dining experience at the piazza level along side the clock tower and high end international cuisine along the perimeter frontage of the mall setting the scene for an active centre to meet at . Totem polls reflecting local arts and culture will etch the flair of the mall on the pedestrian walkway. No 1 Atkinson mall will provide superior building management to maximize the value, usage and comfort of the mall.








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Proposed Riverson Complex
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Proposed Corporate Office
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Royal City Hotel Kota Kinabalu
4 star hotel & hotel suite with 3 storey of shopping mall



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http://royalkinabalu.com/



The Royal Kinabalu is a prestigious tourist development that consists of a 5-storey hotel, comprising 124 hotel rooms; two blocks of 5-storey Hotel suites (Blocks A and B), totalling 220 units; and one block of 60 Hotel suites (Block C). All of this is sited in 6.58 acres of land that fronts onto the Tamparuli-Ranau Highway.

A 3-level basement car park provides 700 parking spaces for hotel guests and owners of Hotel suites. Surface parking for 30 coaches is provided for travel agencies and VIP Guests.

A NEW HOTEL CONCEPT REFLECTING A LIFESTYLE WITH A TRULY UNIQUE DIFFERENCE
There are several distinctive features in the Royal Kinabalu. These include the heated indoor swimming pool, clubhouse, Chinese tea house, Japanese garden, mini-market, mini-theatre, restaurants, cafe, lounge and spa.



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http://www.gayaislandresort.com/

Contemporary Elegance Woven Into Nature

Gaya Island Resort is located on Pulau Gaya, the largest of a cluster of five islands that form the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, a natural marine conservation area off the coast of Borneo, close to Kota Kinabalu. The Resort is fringed with a golden beach, lush rainforest and surrounded by coral reefs. The hilly landscape is covered with an abundance of flora and fauna, making Gaya Island Resort the perfect combination of comfort, natural beauty and exotic wilderness. And to complete this perfect setting, visible in the distance, is the stunning outline of Mount Kinabalu.

Of the land's 40 acres, only a fraction has been developed to house the Resort in an effort to respect the land's local culture, tropical vegetation, forestry and wildlife. Seamlessly integrated with the Resort is Spa Village Gaya Island, a unique spa nestled in a mangrove setting, with treatments that combine the therapeutic properties of natural aromatic remedies to soothe and rejuvenate the spirit.

Choose to explore teeming coral reefs, contemplate verdant flora and fauna, traverse jungle trails with a resort naturalist, dine on the freshest seafood or simply lounge in the comfort of your room whilst sipping a tropical cocktail and enjoying the view of Mount Kinabalu. There is a wide range of activities available for you and your loved ones, creating treasures moments for the whole family.



Guest villa exteriors respect the local vernacular architecture and environment while the interior living space is designed with contemporary elegance to create warmth, comfort and a serene indoor setting.

A total of 120 Hill Villas and a two-bedroom suite nestle within the lush rainforest where nature's abundance is just outside your doorstep. Awake refreshed in a spacious living space to the backdrop of an ancient rainforest and a vantage view of Mount Kinabalu.



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Karambunai Integrated Resort City
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Globally, there are many paradises of sand, surf and sea, but truly
there’s only one heavenly destination of Ecotourism - Karambunai,
Some Say It’s Heaven”


A consortium comprising gaming tycoon Tan Sri Chen Lip Keong’s group of companies and Prism Crystal Enterprises Ltd are set to invest RM9.6 billion to develop the Karambunai Integrated Resort City in Sabah with the project’s landowners.The resort is situated on a 1,100ha piece of land, owned by Karambunai Corp Bhd and Petaling Tin Bhd, on the Karambunai peninsula.

Chen has substantial interest in both companies and is the president of both.

The low-profile businessman is the single-largest shareholder of Karambunai Corp, holding a 43.9% stake. Petaling Tin has a 34.08% block.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia yesterday, Petaling Tin said it has not signed any agreement with any parties pertaining to the resort project and there are no corporate developments that warrant future disclosures to the stock exchange at this juncture.

Little is known about Prism Crystal Enterprises, which is said to be a special purpose vehicle formed to participate in the Karambunai Integrated Resort City project.

At present, details are scarce on the RM9.6 billion investment in the resort but it is learnt that Chen’s two other listed companies — steelmaker FACB Industries Inc Bhd and Hong Kong-listed gaming and leisure company NagaCorp Ltd — are not part of the plans.

Chen, who founded NagaCorp, is currently the group’s CEO and executive director and he holds a controlling 63.07% stake in the group.

NagaCorp owns and operates NagaWorld, the only licensed casino in Cambodia’s capital city, Phnom Penh.

Chen also appears to have considerable clout with the Cambodian government, having been appointed as economic adviser to Cambodia’s prime minister and an adviser with ministerial status to the Cambodian government.

Last month, Karambunai Corp announced that it had entered into a joint venture with Cambodia-based China Central Asia Group Co Ltd (CCAG) to develop the Karambunai resort’s first phase, the Karambunai Beachfront mixed development project.

CCAG, a shareholder of Prism Crystal Enterprises, will invest a seed capital of US$100 million (RM306 million) as a revolving fund for the joint venture.

Karambunai Corp’s subsidiary, Karambunai Resorts Sdn Bhd, will contribute 75 acres of land valued at RM270 million to the joint venture.

Announcing the consortium’s entry yesterday, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the Karambunai Integrated Resort City is expected to contribute a gross national income of RM9.3 billion and create about 11,002 jobs by 2020.

Plans for the Karambunai resort include attractions like a water theme park, mangrove research centre and spa village.

The project will also house luxury residences, hotel accommodation, retail space and eco-nature facilities.

However, questions still linger as to whether the resort will eventually feature a casino despite the company denying reports on the plans.


Karambunai Corp already has hospitality operations in Sabah with its five-star Nexus Resort Karambunai and Nexus Golf Resort
The Karambunai Integrated Resort City will be eveloped over eight years from 2012 to 2019.



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The Nexus Residence,

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Location
Just 25 minutes from the Kota Kinabalu International Airport, flights to major South East Asian capitals such as Singapore and Hong Kong are just 3 hours away whilst Tokyo, Shanghai and Sydney are within a 5-6 hour flight. Affectionately referred to as the ‘Land Below the Wind’ Sabah lies outside the hostile ‘Ring of Fire’ and the threats of plate tectonics at 1°-5°Latitude North. Bordered by a verdant 130m year old rainforest, Nexus Residence also surveys the alluring coastline of the South China Sea, a 6km expanse of soft white sands and beautiful waters.

Description
One of the world’s best kept secrets, Karambunai is a tranquil haven in stunning Sabah on the island of Borneo. Sabah Tourism Board maintains that with the very high occupancy figure of 72%, the area still has a severe holiday bed shortage of 3000. What is more, Sabah has one of the highest tourism growth rates in Malaysia and reaped the benefits of 1.8 million tourist arrivals in 2004 which equated to a 41.7% growth over 2003. Target tourist arrivals in Sabah for 2010 sit at 4 million, meaning demand for holiday property should simultaneously rocket. With Nexus’s 7.25% 5 year guaranteed income structure in place the resort promises great returns and should enjoy significant capital appreciation as the tourism market flourishes around it.

One of the world’s best kept secrets, Karambunai is a tranquil haven in stunning Sabah on the island of Borneo. Sabah Tourism Board maintains that with the very high occupancy figure of 72%, the area still has a severe holiday bed shortage of 3000. What is more, Sabah has one of the highest tourism growth rates in Malaysia and reaped the benefits of 1.8 million tourist arrivals in 2004 which equated to a 41.7% growth over 2003. Target tourist arrivals in Sabah for 2010 sit at 4 million, meaning demand for holiday property should simultaneously rocket. With Nexus’s 7.25% 5 year guaranteed income structure in place the resort promises great returns and should enjoy significant capital appreciation as the tourism market flourishes around it.

Summary
Luxury eco-resort overlooking the South China Sea
6km of pristine white sand beach and 130 million year old rainforest
Absolute beachfront resort in Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia... real paradise!
Only 30 minutes from Kota Kinabalu International Airport
5 star hotel already open and at maximum occupancy, set within beautifully landscaped gardens.
Nexus Resort Hotel has won 30 in awards in 10 years of operation including the Virgin Holidays Gold Award ***
Pristine, professional 18 hole golf course, diving, water sports and destination spa
Designed by world class architects WATG
Beach front villas come fully furnished
Booming tourism driving rentals even higher
High FDI, strong economic growth, secure property ownership


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D’Banyan [email protected] Harbour

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Escape Everyday
Under the watchful eye of Mount Kinabalu, and on the fringes of the South China Sea, d’Banyan Residency majestically shines as a beacon of luxury for all who aspire to live in this tropical oasis.

Life under the d’Banyan canopy is one of lifestyle and leisure, a resort home in which you can escape the everyday, everyday

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d'Banyan Residency @ Sutera offers a 5 star resort lifestyle as it is located in a 5 star location inside Sutera Harbour Resort. Only 5 minutes to the city centre and 10 minutes to Kota Kinabalu International Airport. Residents are a hop-over away from a breath-taking 27-hole championship golf course and East Malaysia's premier yacht club. You may find yourself with:
Luxury property
Stylish living
Golf front homes
Security with CCTV

There are 3 designs which are striking in their styling and resplendent in their prominence:
Petrusa -- 14 units 3 Storey Villas with BUA 6, 743sq ft. Price range from RM 3 million to RM 3.9 million.
Aurea -- 2 1/2 Storey Semi Detached Villas with BUA 5, 639sq ft. Price range from RM 2.3 million to RM 2.6 million.
Citrifolia -- 2 Storey Superlink Villas with BUA 4, 359sq ft. Price range from RM 1.5 million to RM 2.6 million.
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