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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #105 on: April 01, 2008, 10:22:18 PM »
May be my kids sudah graduate dari uni huh ... wakaka

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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #106 on: April 02, 2008, 05:35:42 AM »
kekek...siapa bah compeni yg buat tu....kekeke
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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #107 on: April 02, 2008, 01:06:26 PM »
maybe until my kids have their own kids only the Karamusing flyover will complete
seriously if the Airport flyover complete faster then the Karamunsing one
everyone will be laughing their a$$ out on it

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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #108 on: April 04, 2008, 04:46:22 PM »
Sabah builders want open tender

The Sabah Builders Association (SBA) wants the federal and state governments to award government projects based on the open tender system.

The SBA, in a statement Wednesday following its AGM, said apart from reducing the cost of the projects and their completion on or before schedule, the implementation of this system would also eradicate malpractices on tendering, which many of its members were unhappy about.

"Most of the SBA members present in the AGM had voiced their dissatisfaction over the present system in giving out government projects," said SBA President, Tsen Kui Lin.

"Some even said they only knew of the existence of the projects after they were implemented."

He said most of the contractors in Sabah, particularly SBA members, have been deprived of the chance of participating in government projects.

The SBA also resolved, among others, to:

- Continue their pursuit in urging the authorities concerned to reduce the levy on construction workers;

- and also requested the government to abolish the PKK and Pukonsa licences, and to maintain only the CIDB, as the two aforementioned overlapped.

- Continue to urge the Government to implement what the SBA proposed, i.e. One labourer One insurance policy. Presently, apart from workmen compensation, local construction workers have to fork out Socso contribution, foreign workers have to pay for foreign workers insurance, and all worksite workers regardless of whether local or foreign must apply for the green card (which also includes Personal Accident insurance).

It said all these are a waste of money as well as a burden to both the workers and employers;

- Request the Government to let local contractors contract the projects directly without having to go to sub-con and sub-sub-con as this would reduce the project costs;

- To revive and push ahead the already formed Sabah Contractors Consortium as a construction arm for the benefit and future of SBA members;

- Pursue the setting up of a Sabah Construction College to train more locals in the industry;

- To buy or build a new premises; and

- Set up a website.

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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #109 on: April 06, 2008, 11:50:17 AM »
updates on 1 Borneo....courtesy from benz/premium
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=533707&page=11??

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1 Borneo

Ground Floor Tenants

* Acege Japan
* Adidas
* Angkatan Hebat Auto City
* Ashworth
* Asics
* Axxezz
* Baleno
* Bamboo Craft
* Best Entertainment Destination (B.E.D.)
* Best Western Courtyard Hotel
* Billabong
* Blay
* Blush
* Body Shop
* Bonita
* Borneo Travel
* Braun Buffel
* Cafe Flam
* City Chain
* Charles & Keith
* CIMB Bank
* Cortina Watches
* Coffee Bean
* Crocs
* Crocus
* Diamond Jewellery
* Diamond & Platinum
* Dome Cafe
* Dunhill
* Eclipse
* Elianto
* Esprit
* Face Shop
* Fashion Story
* French Connection UK (FCUK)
* Fish & Co.
* G2000
* G.R.I.
* Guess
* Habib Jewel
* Hang Ten
* Hong Kong Cafe Xin Wang
* Hong Kong Recipe
* HSBC (Possibly only an ATM)
* Ichiban
* IMAC
* Imperial Optic
* Kettler
* Lazo Diamonds
* La Senza
* Levi’s
* MAC
* Made in China
* Maxis
* Mercure Hotel
* Message
* Milion Serenity
* MNG
* Mont Blanc
* Naturalizer
* New York New York
* Nike
* Nine West
* Noor Arfa
* Nose
* Novotel Hotel
* Munchy Donuts
* Old Town White Coffee
* Olive
* Orange
* Padini
* Polo
* Primavera
* Quicksilver
* Rachel G
* RHB Bank
* Rolex
* Royal Sporting House (RSH)
* Salabianca
* San Francisco Coffee
* Samsonite
* Sasa
* Satine
* Selangor Pewter
* SK Jewellry
* Secret Recipe
* Skin Food
* Sony
* Soo Kee
* Soule
* Starbucks Coffee
* Star 360
* Success Motivation
* Sunlight Pharmacy
* Swatch
* Sweet Dynasty
* Thai Odyssey
* Times Book Store
* Tomei
* Travel for All
* Trinidad
* Tune Hotel
* Tune Department Store
* Universal Traveller
* Urs
* Valentino Creations
* Watch Zone
* Watson
* Xixili
* Ya Kun Kaya Toast
* Yishion
* Yves Rocher
* Zara

Concourse Floor

* Aowa
* Aquirium & Ocean Science Discovery Centre
* Ayamas
* Balloon Party Centre
* Bata
* Big Apple Donuts & Coffee
* Burger King
* Charmy
* China Town
* Cosway
* Cool City
* Crocodile Restaurant
* Deli France
* Digi
* England Optical
* Focus Point
* Furniture World
* Giant
* Gintell
* GNC
* Guardian
* Himalaya
* HSL Circuit Centre
* Imperial Optical
* Johnson Fitness
* Kenny Rogers
* KFC
* Kiew Brothers BBQ
* Klefun
* La Manila
* Laundry World
* Manhattan FIsh Market
* May Florist
* McDonalds
* Michi Japanese Restaurant
* My News.com
* Old Station Kopitiam
* Ogawa
* Paper Shop
* Penang Village
* Pingle
* Pizza Hut
* Sen Q
* Speedy
* Sushi King
* The Chicken Rice Shop
* The Garden
* Vanity Craft
* Vedablu
* Yogur Berry
* Watch Shop

1st Floor

* Adidas / Puma Concept Store
* Ace Hardware
* A-Sutra
* Aussino
* Beijing BBQ
* Body Glove
* Boo Boo Land
* Brittania
* Bysi
* Cedar Fashion
* Cellini
* Chamber
* Colours / Polkadots
* Cyber Cafe
* Delanna
* Dim Sum
* Elle Kids
* Emundser
* Eve
* Euro Moda
* Factory Outlet Store (F.O.S)
* Gaagoo Kids
* G-Cut
* GF Petshop
* Gold Lion
* Island Shop
* Joan Sport
* Juice Junction
* Kamdar
* Laksa Shack
* Labels
* Living Culture
* Luggage
* Nichii Fashion
* Nike
* Made in China
* Masterpiece Creativ
* Mixassion
* Modern Mum
* Mphosis
* Mystery Fashion
* Pacific Lighting
* Patrick Hair Saloon
* Pepe
* Poly Snow Ice
* Red City
* Sachs & Sacha
* Santorini
* Simply Chocolate
* South Havensdf
* Sox World
* Spade
* Starbucks Coffee
* Tasty Food Court
* The Bazaar
* The Station
* Toy City
* Travel for All
* Tune Department Store
* Urban & Co.
* Vivencia
* Wagamama
* World of Cartoon
* Yoshimi

2nd Floor

* Amusement World
* Cat Walk
* Car Showroom
* Crazee Cause
* Cold Room
* Cool City
* Couple Cafe
* Daiso
* D’Comel
* Digi Harvest
* D&M
* Drama Queen
* Fitness Centre
* French Kitchen
* Golden Screen Cinema (GSC)
* Handicraft
* Hip & Square
* Hong Hai
* Jigsaw Puzzle World
* K’Box
* Keyes
* Living Cabin
* Living Culture
* McDonalds (likely a dessert counter)
* Medisinar Medical Centre
* Mini Toons
* My News.com
* Oriental Lighting
* Pic House
* PDA
* Print T-Shirt
* Q & Q
* Rain Tree Spa
* Scent and Senses
* Sense
* Soho Quarter
* Starbucks Coffee
* Sweet Dynasty Dessert
* Tees of Freedom
* The Harem
* T-Rap
* U Bowl

Cool eh!! hehehe....and its opening soooooon!!! ;-)
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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #110 on: April 06, 2008, 01:43:58 PM »
starbucks ada d groundfloor n 2nd floor...

mostly kadai2 org kaya nie... cukup lah sekadar window shopping jak nnt.. ekekek...  :sweaty:
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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #111 on: April 06, 2008, 03:22:12 PM »
geng...apa cerita sdh tu KK TimeSquare...sdh siap kah...
inda sabar mau pindah ni...hehhe

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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #112 on: April 06, 2008, 05:59:37 PM »
geng...apa cerita sdh tu KK TimeSquare...sdh siap kah...
inda sabar mau pindah ni...hehhe

KK Times square sdh siap....itu The Mall yg belum siap.....masih piling tu boss....ndak tau sempat siap 2009 kah tdk tuuu.... :D
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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #113 on: April 06, 2008, 06:36:38 PM »

1 Borneo opening updates

1Borneo Hypermall in KK, Sabah - East Malaysia’s Largest Lifestyle Hypermall1Borneo in Kota Kinabalu is racing towards completion with the latest news being that the big opening will now take place on 31 May 2008.

The 1Borneo project, plagued by several delays since the imminent launch was announced last year, is working with dogged determination to reach the recently revised target. But which shops will open with the mall in May?

The Current Tenants List

Inside 1Borneo - Gangways Not much confirmed information about tenants at 1Borneo is available yet. 1Borneo, the shopping centre part of it at least, will consist of 4 floors. The concourse, the ground floor, the first floor an the second the floor. Some of the tenants, in no particular order, will likely feature the following:

Hotels at 1 Borneo

The hotels at 1 Borneo include Best Western Courtyard Hotel, Tune Hotel, Mercure Hotel and the Novotel.

Supporting the hotels at 1 Borneo is what promises to be the biggest conferencing facilities in KK, Sabah and East Malaysia and events such as the Sabah International Trade Expo 2008 is said to already be booked to use the facilities.

Additionally, near the main entrance of 1Borneo and the hotel lobbies, a night club has been provisioned, as has Rain Tree Spa and 1Borneo’s fitness centre, for which an operator is yet to be confirmed.

Entertainment at 1 Borneo

Restaurants, shopping and entertainment at 1BorneoToting itself as East Malaysia’s Largest Lifestyle Hypermall, a plethora of entertainment options is to be expected from 1Borneo.

Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) will be operating an 8-screen cinema complex on the second floor, a boon to KK’s movie circuit, which currently has a limited variety of venues.

Also on the second floor, U Bowl will provide what is likely to be KK’s largest bowling alley, rivalling KK’s current largest facility.

Amusement World, rumoured to be stocked with a range of Sega arcade games, and K Box are also to be found on the second floor, which along with the spa and fitness centre makes the second floor the main relaxation and entertainment destination in 1Borneo.

KK’s first commercial aquarium & ocean science discovery centre will also be presented by 1Borneo and will be located on the concourse level. From the grapevine sabahbah.com heard that the same company involved with the aquarium on Sentosa Island in Singapore, is involved and Kota Kinabalu and Sabah looks forward to appearing on the aquarium map.

Food & Restaurants at 1 Borneo

Concourse Level

When it comes to to food, 1Borneo has two things going for it: first of all, 1Borneo is huge and secondly, it’s in Sabah and Sabah’s food choices are also huge. Combine the two and the restaurant options alone will have you return to 1Borneo again and again.

The concourse level has a large concentration of food choices with a myriad of food outlets and restaurants in this area along with some non-restaurants like Giant, HSL Circuit Centre, the aquarium, furniture shops, Bata, Laundry World, Johnson Fitness and a Souvenir Shop.

The restaurants on 1Borneo’s concourse level include Old Station Kopitiam, La Manila, Crocodile Restaurant, Manhattan Fish Market, Burger King, Vedablu, KFC, Deli France, Pizza Hut, KFC, McDonald’s, Kenny ROgers, The Chicken Rice Shop, Sushi King, Big Apple, Kiew Brother BBQ, Penang Village and Michi Japanese Restaurant.

Ground Floor

Something special about the ground floor restaurants is an out-side facing area, which creates a boulevard with a side-walk culture of al fresco dining and coffee.

Enabling these particular outlets to operate beyond the usual mall opening hours, it promises to popular with the late night crowd and has potential to be a strip where there’s always a buzz and life till late.

For your coffee needs, included in this strip is Coffee Bean, Old Town White Coffee, San Francisco Coffee, Dome and Starbucks.

Food and snack outlets include amongst others HK Recipe, Made in China, Olive, Secret Recipe and New York New York.

Elsewhere on this level you’ll also find Fish & Co, Sweet Dynasty and Thai Odyssey.

First Floor

On the first floor, sharing the limelight with a tsunami of clothing stores is Tasty Food Court, located near Laksa Shack, the upstairs part of Starbucks, Wagamama and Yoshimi. A little further along Beijing BBQ and Dim Sum are also on offer.

Clothing & Accessories at 1 Borneo

Brand names galore at 1BorneoIf there is one category of shops that will top the dizzying offering of food and restaurants at 1Borneo, it’s Clothing and Accessory shops. You name the brand, 1Borneo likely will feature it.

F.O.S, Island Shop, Padini, Polo, Nose, Nine West, Levi’s, Guess, Esprit, Charles & Keither, FCUK, Zara, Yishion, MAC Make-up, Body Shop, and MNG are all to be found at 1Borneo.

Nike, Adidas, Hang Ten, Billabong, Quicksilver, Asics, Crocs, Hang Ten and Body Glove also feature.

Make-up, accessories and jewellery stores are plentiful and will lie in wait for eager shoppers to stumble upon and discover their offerings.

Other Interesting Shops at 1 Borneo

The atrium at at 1BorneoTune Department Store. From the people who brought you Tune Hotels, Tune Money and a host of other Tunes, comes Tune Department Store. KK and Sabah’s first, Tune comes with the promise of affordability and we look forward to a glimpse of their inventory.

Ace Hardware. Wouldn’t it be nice to walk into one shop and find all your hardware requirements in one place? With Ace Hardware this will hopefully become a reality. No more going to 3 or 4 different shops to get everything you need to your DIY project.

College. Education at 1Borneo will also be possible and an area for a college has been provisioned.

Medisinar Medical Centre. Also represented at 1Borneo, ensuring that the hypermall truly is a one-stop destination.

So this is where 1Borneo is currently at. As the opening looms near and KK and Sabah anticipates the completion of East Malaysia’s Largest Lifestyle Hypermall, all eyes are on 1Borneo.

http://sabahbah.com/kota-kinabalu-shopping-centres/1borneo/234/1borneos-opening-an-update
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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #114 on: April 06, 2008, 09:30:10 PM »
Not the KLIA



Kota Kinabalu: THE scene at the new building of Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA).

Although not fully completed, the travelling public can already experience the comfort especially at the disembarkation area as well as the air-bridge leading to the plane.

Some remarked that the interior design was similar to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) although smaller.

All disembarkation of passengers at the KKIA has been shifted to the new building since January 2008 while the old building is undergoing renovation as well up grading other facilities, including the aerobridge.

The new building will be fully operational by May 2009.

the waiting hall seems smaller than Kuching Airport a lot
i hope its temporary only or else we do not know where the money gone too lol


Sekarang ni dorang pakai new terminal sudah la ni kan?
Best la.. next year bulih sudah turun di terminal baru

Between, siok tu 1Borneo ahh.. banyak shops, ndak payah sudah pi KL shopping sikarang..

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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #115 on: April 07, 2008, 05:03:34 AM »
 :) siok lah juga kalo ada duit kan....tp inda apalah tumpang gumbira ja la...kekkek
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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #116 on: April 07, 2008, 08:47:50 PM »
for those of you wanting to find Ikea furnitures in KK
there is a shop named Living Concept on 3rd Floor of Warisan Square
I'm not sure are they affiliate with Ikea but most of the furnitures sold at the shop are from Ikea
so I think they take Ikea products to sell or they are the franchise of Ikea
btw i heard there is another similar shop going to sell Ikea furnitures in 1 Borneo
whether is Ikea coming or not I'm not sure :eyex:

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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #117 on: April 08, 2008, 01:47:06 PM »
sia ingat lagi masa sia kacik2 dulu kawasan  one borneo ni kalu mau tau urg kampung pun ndak mau ni tanah2 d sini...durang bilang kwsn bakau...hutan jak...sekarang tgk lah...nilai kawasan ni lah yg paling tinggi sekarg.......tapak one boneo tu dulu tempat kami main bula bah tu..naik biskal ramai2 lagi main bula...masa tu zaman padang tanah merah plg top...
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Re: Sabah Development Corridor (sdc) And Big Projects
« Reply #119 on: April 13, 2008, 08:44:03 AM »
what can we do about the road in Sabah
the Federal Government do not care about us
maybe we did a big mistake by joining Malaya to form Malaysia
if we joined Brunei and Sarawak and formed as Borneo
we wouldn't be this poor right now