In Sandakan, Ireka is undertaking the Sandakan Harbour Square – a modern urban renewal project that involves sea reclamation, re-development of the Sandakan Central Market and a new Waterfront Square.
The RM450mil joint venture with a local company, Geofusion Sdn Bhd, and Sandakan Municipal Council has added 25% more land to the bustling Sandakan central business district.
According to Voon Hon, the development has completely transformed the waterfront view of the central business district, and with the imposing Rotunda Seafood Restaurant and Fish Market, it is now the new icon and landmark for Sandakan.
^^ ya, personally i agree with u except the mall and hotel designI have to be frank.
Most of the building shown above look dated, like from the 1990s or earlier. Heck, I could related these building with those abandoned or under-occupied decade-old shophouses doted around my home. The latticework don't seem to help much either. They actually look less appealing then even those used on the National Sports Complex in Bukit Jalil or various Cyberjaya office buildings (also built during the late-90s).