OVER the last few decades the narrow shoreline of the once serene coastal town of Kota Kinabalu (KK) has changed.
What KK was, in the 1950s or 1960s, is now almost unrecognisable to those who grew up close to it.
It has rapidly changed its face over the last three decades with most of the city centre built on reclaimed land.
Today, Kota Kinabalu City Hall is striving to strike a balance in preserving its old environment, while pushing for development to make the city a world-class leisure and tourism spot, in line with the objectives of the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC).
This rainforest city of over 300,000 people will play the leading role as the gateway to Sabah, which aims to be one of the most liveable places in Asia.
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