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Jesselton Waterfront Project SuperStar Aquarius based in Sabah port
KK City Waterfront Development
Sabah International Conference Centre
KK City Cruise Terminal at Jesselton Point
Pedestrian Walkway and Cycle way
International Technology Convention Centre
Aeropod TRANSPORT HUB AT TANJUNG ARU
Sembulan River Beautification and Cleaning
Extension of Entertainment Zone to New Areas
Green City & Landscaping
The 2,156-passenger SuperStar Aquarius cruise liner arrived Kota Kinabalu on 6 November 2013 following a voyage from Taiwan.
From the city, it offers a series of three-night voyages to destinations in Borneo, including Bintulu, and Bruneis capital Bandar Seri Begawan. The deployment will run until 30 March 2014.
The first international cruise line to homeport in Kota Kinabalu attracting not only domestic but also international guests to Sabah.
This deployment helps build the cruise tourism industry in this part of Asia and boost local tourism economies.
The SuperStar Aquarius features a range of facilities including :
1) nine restaurants and bars.
2) a spa.
3) a 409m² duty-free shopping area.
The ship was previously based in Keelung, Taiwan, and departed on its repositioning voyage to Kota Kinabalu on 29 October 2013, with stops at Hong Kong, Manila and Boracay.
SuperStar Aquarius based in Sabah port
KOTA KINABALU INTERNATIONAL CRUISE TERMINAL
AT JESSELTON POINT
Construction of an International Cruise Terminal with the focus of becoming home port for cruise liners. This project will become the second entry point for tourists coming to Sabah. KKICT will include real estate property development to compliment the international cruise terminal
The land provision by the state
government for the relocation of the general cargo operation to a new cargo
port. Current proposal is adjacent to Sepanggar Bay Container Port