Sunday, September 11, 2011

Boost to tourism industry in Lahad Datu

The purchase by AMPE Sdn Bhd of one block of a five-storey building comprising 102 rooms and managed by three-star Palm Seasons Hotel Sdn Bhd at the Lahad Datu Commercial and Industrial Centre would definitely boost the tourism industry in Lahad Datu.

At the signing ceremony on Friday, AMPE Sdn Bhd chairman Yap Kok Ming said Lahad Datu Jaya Commercial and Industrial Centre (LDJCIC) was one of the largest projects designed with a modern touch and style.

The project is suitable for any type of businesses such as banking, supermarkets, commercial offices, sundries, restaurants, workshops, warehouses, forwarders and any businesses that are related to the oil palm industry.

It serves as a central hub between Sandakan, Semporna and Tawau.

The project consists of three phases covering an area of 32 acres. It is divided into seven main categories with 100 lots of 1 and half storey light industrial terrace units; 32 lots of 2-storey light industrial semi-detached units; 11 lots of 2-storey light industrial detached units; 44 lots of 2-storey shop-lots; 46 lots of 3-storey shop-lots; a 3-star hotel and a hypermarket.

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