Sabah would inevitably conjure images of the famed Mount Kinabalu and the diving haven of Pulau Sipadan.
There is also the orang utan, Borneo pygmy elephants and the yearly Kaamatan or Harvest Festival of the Kadazandusun community.
Sabah’s tourism promotion efforts have until now largely focused on the state’s nature and cultural attractions.
That is all about to change and Sabah can take its place among the shopping destinations in Asia in about eight months.
Designer brands like Cortina Watch, Guess, BYSI, Southhaven, Edmundser, Bega, Esprit, Hang Ten, Charles and Keith, Royal Sporting House, Elianto, Tomei, Blush and Salabianca are heading to the state capital.
They are setting up shop at the mammoth 1Borneo hypermall that will open its doors come March next year.
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