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Palm City Centre of  Lahad Datu town




Published on: Wednesday, January 16, 2008


The Palm City Centre is set to transform the quiet Lahad Datu's landscape. Located on 58.8 acres just seven minutes from the present town centre, the RM300 million commercial development is a joint-venture between the Sabah Housing and Town Development Authority (SHTDA) as the land owner and developer, Renofajar Sdn Bhd.

According to Renofajar Sdn Bhd Managing Director, Chris Pang, they have full confidence in the development due to Lahad Datu's significant potential to become the East Coast's economic powerhouse, especially once the POIC project is up and running.

The palm oil downstream development hub will also see the construction of a deep sea port


Palm City Centre is a one-stop centre to cater to the needs of all discerning customers.

Facilities at Palm City Centre would be an eight-storey air-conditioned shoplex (shopping complex), multiple 1-star hotels, 350 retail shops, a two-storey wet and dry markets among others.

The Palm City Centre development, strategically located in the middle of the Sandakan and Tawau road, and POIC, Tungku and Felda Sahabat is also adjacent to the 62-acre proposed Lahad Datu Sports Complex.