Thursday, March 08, 2007

Tanjung Aru's new-look water village for tourism

Kota Kinabalu: Upgrading of the Tanjung Aru water village in one of the city's prime tourism zones will see improvement to infrastructure as well as inclusion of tourism components. The work totalling RM48 million began two months ago.

City Hall Director of Engineering Department, Ir. Lee Tet Fon, said the project has been divided into three phases.

The first phase (Phase 1A) would include upgrading the access road, the catwalk, the basic infrastructures and the tourism features in the proposed development estimated to cost about RM10 million.

On completion, he said there would be a proper sewage system connected to individual lots and a proper disposal system in place to collect domestic waste.

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