More about Kota KInabalu Waterfront
Sunset at Kota Kinabalu
Kota Kinabalu City Waterfront (KKCW)
a 2km long boardwalk, built using eco-friendly materials rising above the sea on stilts.
|Phase 1 (Immediate):
• 5 Star Hotels • Fine Dining Restaurants and Cafes • Luxury Waterfront Condominiums
• Signature Offices • Lifestyle Mall • Marina Facilities • Promenade Walk
Phase 2 (Future):
• International Cruise Terminal • Hotels • Commercial Units • Residential Waterfront Bungalows
• Luxury Waterfront Condominiums • Office Towers • Maritime Museum • Mini Theme Park • Duty-Free Zone
P R O J E C T F E A T U R E S
• Cruise Terminal Complex • Shopping Arcade • Thematic Retail Outlets • Waterfront Luxury Villa • Boutique Hotel
• Upgraded Local Ferry Terminal • Floating Seafront Restaurant • Marina Facilities • The Marina – Clubhouse • Specialty Shops
• The Aquarium • Luxury Waterfront Condominiums • International Bazaar – Shopping and Food Court
• Duty-Free Complex and Entertainment Centre • Maritime Museum • Landscaped Plaza • 5 Star Marina Hotel • Promenade Walk
|Kota Kinabalu City Waterfront feature one of the longest city
waterfront boardwalks in Asia and the city’s
prime tourist attraction.
The “SwordFish” is the symbol of Kota Kinabalu which every tourist that visits Kota Kinabalu will take picture with it.
Kota Kinabalu waterfront project
transform Kota Kinabalu into an integrated mixed development along a
section of the Kota Kinabalu town’s coastline.
|SUNSET AT KOTA KINABALU WATERFRONT
Come and enjoy the cool sea breeze and witness the beautiful sunset at The Waterfront of Kota Kinabalu. And also enjoy the island-view before darkness envelops the earth. The Waterfront is located at the centre of Kota Kinabalu City, only about 10 minutes walk from any hotels in the town.
The once narrow shoreline of a
serene coastal town of Jesselton has changed. What Kota Kinabalu was
in the 1950s is now almost unrecognizable to those who grew up close
This city of over 300,000 people
will play the leading role as the gateway to Sabah, which aims to be
one of the most livable places in Asia.
Western, Chinese, and local cuisines are all featured here, and the place is very popular with the tourists as the food quality here is ensured. Other than fine dining the Waterfront is also a great place for socializing and party, there are pubs, cafes, karaokes and The Bed, one of the biggest dance clubs in town.
Anjung Samudra is known as 'The Waterfront of Kota Kinabalu'. Right in the heart of KK City, the Waterfront is an integrated food and entertainment centre.
The Port View Seafood Restaurant is one of the most renown seafood restaurants in the city, with a long history of its own. Seafood at the Port View is at its best comparable to Hong Kong restaurants.
The Shamrock is KK's first true Irish pub and bar serving imported Irish beer. They also serve a variety of Irish foods, some of them with a definitive local twist that should be tried!
The Waterfront offers also some of the best souvenir shopping around. Drop in at
the Borneo Trading Post, a lofty and inspirational souvenir shop with a local
twist. Here you find all things Borneo, from blowpipes over gongs and
intricately hand-woven textiles, rattan baskets and bamboo flutes, rice wine and
Borneo spices, exotic massage oils and incenses and a wide variety of light
travelers' fashion perfect for your time in Borneo. Read our review.
Water front is connected to a dry market, wet market and also fruit market. At the Southern end is Le Meridien Hotel at the opposite side, Warisan Square, Port View Sea Food Restaurant, Coffe Bean and other shops.
Mercure Waterfront Kota Kinabalu.
Mercure Waterfront, Kota Kinabalu will be an important part of
the Waterfront development, considered one of Kota Kinabalu’s up-and-coming
entertainment and shopping districts. Built on prime seafront land it will offer
sweeping views of both the ocean and mighty Mount Kinabalu.
Joint development project Waterfront Urban Development Sdn Bhd (WUD)
and Kota Kinabalu City Hall (DBKK).
This RM500 million mixed seafront development is poised to change the face of Kota Kinabalu. Expected to be completed by 2010, the Kota Kinabalu City Waterfront (KKCW) development will, among others, feature the key attraction of a 2km-long boardwalk
|It is in line with Sabah government's endorsement for synergistic smart
partnerships that leverage on the private sector's dynamism and the stewardship
of public entities.
The project is in line with SDC and DBKK's overall urbanization and development master plan, which is primarily to increase the role of coastal cities as catalysts for modernization and development in Sabah
The project was envisaged after detailed studies were done on several thriving world-class international waterfront attractions such as Darling Harbor (Australia), Cape Town Waterfront (South Africa), Victoria Harbor (Hong Kong), Canary Wharf (London) and Clark Quay Riverside (Singapore).
The development will also spur economic growth for KK City and provide employment and new business opportunities to local residents and businesses.
Waterfront Urban Development Sdn Bhd designed this development to unlock the potential of the city's waterfront and be comparable with other world-class waterfront development
The KKCW project is expected to attract high-end tourists as it aims to be among the world's great seafront destinations
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