KOTA KINABALU: Various activities are being lined up to commemorate and celebrate the city’s 13th anniversary throughout the year by Kota Kinabalu City Hall.
The activities will also serve as a platform to promote the city as a tourism destination.
The celebration will start on the morning of February 2 with the raising of the flag, followed by the bigger KK City Day Sunset Sea Parade, which will start at 3pm, as 21 ships and boats sail along the Jesselton Point.
Guests and audiences will be entertained by an orchestra performance, strip lights, foghorn and rocket flare shows.
Free movies will be shown at the GSC Suria Sabah on February 3 at 10am and those interested can contact Elizabeth Borubui at 088-521800.
The highly-anticipated KK City Tourism Treasure Hunt on March 24 at the Marina and Country Club, Sutera Harbour Resort, is expected to attract as many as 170 teams from all over the country.
Labels: Jesselton Point, Kota Kinabalu