Timeline of Jesselton Quay

  • 01 Feb 2017

    Ground breaking and commencement of piling works

    Piling and related foundation work has started on Jesselton Quay Central – CityPads. Work is expected to take until the end of the year to complete.

  • 01 Aug 2017

    Piling Tower 1 done

    On schedule and moving forward. The piling points for all of Tower 1 are complete.

  • 01 Sep 2017

    Piling for Tower 2

    Mid-September and despite the poor weather work is progressing as scheduled.

  • 29 Nov 2017

    The status of progress

    The status of progress and moving forward.

  • 29 Nov 2017

    The status of progress

    The status of progress and moving forward.

  • 30 Mar 2018

    The status of progress

    Updates from March '18.

Happenings

10

Oct

Sabah Economy Takes Flight

Liow : Increasing number of tourist arrivals augurs well for state...

19

Oct

Cruise Terminal is also in the pipeline

Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Ports Sdn Bhd Managing Director Ng Kiat Min revealed that after the...

17

Jan

Even more Chinese tourists due

Minister of Tourism's updates KK...

18

Jan

1M Chinese tourists possible

Minister of Tourism's updates KK...

13

Feb

JQ-Central Site Progress Work

Work In Progress...

13

Feb

JQ-Central Site Progress Work

Work In Progress...

13

Feb

JQ-Central Site Progress Work

Work In Progress...

13

Feb

JQ-Central Site Progress Work

Work In Progress...

14

Feb

JQ-Central Site Progress Work

Latest JQ site photo ...

14

Feb

Happy Chinese New Year 2018

To All Our Friends & Family, Wishing you a Prosperous Year of the Dog!! From the Staff...

23

Feb

60,000 CHINESE TOURISTS CELEBRATE CNY IN SABAH

22 FEB 2018, KOTA KINABALU: Some 430,000 tourists from China visited Sabah last year and...

01

Mar

Ctrip travellers spend RM1,000 on

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Tourism Board,Suzaini Datuk Sabdin Ghani, meeting members from Ctrip, one of the...

02

Mar

SICC site visit by senior govt officials

The SICC is just 450m away from JQ...

09

Mar

Sabah Port Forum 2017

Event date on 16.02.2017 & 17.02.2017 in Magellan, Sutera Harbour...

12

Mar

MALAYSIA LURES CHINESE TOURISTS TO SABAH STATE WITH SUN, SAND AND SELFIES

Once overlooked as a destination for travellers, Sabah now ranks as a top 10 destination...

12

Mar

Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia’s Sabah state, has become a favourite for Chinese tourists. Photo: Shutterstock

It’s just after dinner on February 9, exactly a week before Lunar New Year. Lu...

12

Mar

Kota Kinabalu is now the epicentre of Sabah’s relentless tide of Chinese tourists. Photo: Bhavan Jaipragas

The East Malaysian state this month was named by the Chinese travel booking site Ctrip...

12

Mar

‘We don't have any problem with racial harmony,’ says Masidi Manjun, Sabah’s tourism minister. Photo: Bhavan Jaipragas

While closer bilateral ties between Prime Minister Najib Razak’s administration and Beijing in recent years...

12

Mar

Wildlife is one of Sabah’s top draws for some tourists – but not Chinese visitors. Photo: Corbis

Arrivals to the state has been steadily growing, the Kuala Lumpur-based expert says, citing charter...

12

Mar

Boats at dive site off of the coast of Sipadan Island in Sabah. Photo: Shutterstock

Masidi says Kota Kinabalu’s sleepy retail sector had found new wings thanks to the Chinese...

12

Mar

Chinese tourists have boosted Kota Kinabalu’s retail sector. Photos: Bhavan Jaipragas

One of his main priorities is airport capacity. The current single-terminal facility handled some 7.9...

14

Mar

1st Home & Property Roadshow 2018 - Kuching

Dear friends and family in Kuching, Please come to visit us at Booth No. 22...

06

Apr

JQ-Central Site Progress Work

Columns for Zone A coming up nicely...

09

Apr

Voters won’t gamble with future – Musa

KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman is confident the people will trust the...

12

Apr

Sabah tourism rankings up

KOTA KINABALU: Real ratings and comments by travellers are driving Sabah's property rankings upwards on...

19

Apr

BRT the best option for KK: Rahman

KOTA KINABALU: Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Abdul Rahman Dahlan (pic) firmly...