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GREATER KOTA KINABALU

EPP 1 : MODERNIZING
KOTA KINABALU CITY
EPP 1 : PROJECT 01

JESSELTON WATERFRONT
DEVELOPMENT
DESCRIPTION

High-end Residential Developments

Retail Commercial

Office Towers

Waterfront Hotels

International Cruise Terminal


( 2 phase )

300 berths of multiple lengths Marina

Challenges Key outcome / benefit of this project


• Market Demand Waterfront Development
• Infrastructure to support the development eg. • Will be a tourism friendly development and center
Water, sewerage , power supply & broadband of tourism activity, which consists of broad walk,
service. marina activities, high-end shopping arcade, 5-star
• Resources during construction hotel and international cruise terminal
• Increase of material cost
• Increase volume of Traffic in CBD area Marina facilities
• Cruise Terminal development which requires • To accommodate the need to have more berths
relocation of general cargo (parking bays for boats) in Greater KK
• Capacity at Sutera Marina Harbour has already
reached its maximum (104 berths)
• More economic spillover effect to the local
economy/retailers

Enablers Required to make it happen MIXED USE DEVS. WATERFRONT LUXURY VILLA INTERNATIONAL CRUISE TERMINAL
• To improve the main infrastructure to support this
new development • 10 Storey Shopping Arcade and Corporate Offices • Waterfront Apartments And Bungalows • International Cruise Terminal Complex
• Practical traffic system without sacrificing Project • 10 Storey Luxury Waterfront Condominium • Marina Facilities – Clubhouse • Marina Facilities
Land area • Thematic Retail Outlets • Maritime Museum • Duty Free Complex & Entertainment Center
• Land approval for cruise terminal development
• Boutique Hotel • The Aquarium
• International Bazaar

EPP 1 : PROJECT 02 EPP 1 : PROJECT 03

SABAH INTERNATIONAL
CONVENTION CENTRE (SICC)
DESCRIPTION
Challenges
The site is located strategically at the tail-end of the proposed • Traffic congestion on Jalan Tanjung Lipat (inbound
Jesselton Waterfront Development. It is surrounded by the & outbound)
• Restriction on land reclamation
sea on 2 sides and the main road Jalan Tun Fuad Stephen. The
development area of the site is 15 acres (6.07 hectares). Enablers Required to make it happen
• The Federal Government financial assistant
The Sabah International Convention Centre will be the main centre through Federal Facilitation Fund

for convention activities and development of the MICE industry in


Key outcome / benefit of this project
the State.
• MICE create and add high value to tourism product.
These will generate revenue in terms of quantity
spending per person:
- Domestic (leisure) tourists : RM735 million
- International tourists: RM2,300 million
- MICE: RM3,147 million
 
• ECONOMIC IMPACT - for each(1) convention event:

KOTA KINABALU INTERNATIONAL


INTERNATIONAL: RM235 million
LOCAL: RM4 million

CRUISE TERMINAL AT JESSELTON


DESCRIPTION
Challenges
Construction of an International Cruise Terminal with • The land provision by the state government for
the focus of becoming home port for cruise liners the relocation of the general cargo operation to
a new cargo port. Current proposal is adjacent to
Sepanggar Bay Container Port
• The funding for the cost of building a new cargo port
This project will become the second entry point for • The approval for 42 acres land application
tourists coming to Sabah designated for KKICT at existing Kota Kinabalu Port
area

KKICT will include real estate property development to Enablers Required to make it happen
compliment the international cruise terminal • Sabah Ports Authority to acquire land adjacent
to SBCP in order for Suria Group to invest in
infrastructure of New General Cargo Port and
Dedicated International Cruise Terminal

Key outcome / benefit of this project


• To have a dedicated International Cruise Terminal to
attract more international cruise arrivals for Sabah
GREATER KOTA KINABALU

EPP 1 : MODERNIZING
KOTA KINABALU CITY
EPP 1 : PROJECT 04 EPP 1 : PROJECT 05

KOTA KINABALU
COASTAL
PEDESTRIAN
WALKWAY &
CYCLEWAY
KOTA KINABALU CITY DESCRIPTION

WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT
Provision of safe pedestrian walkway & cycleway with total length of
24km from Tg. Aru to UMS passing through CBD and heritage sites
i.e. Australian Place, Atkinson Tower.

To promote environment friendly living and the cultural heritage of


Kota Kinabalu.
DESCRIPTION
Challenges
Located along Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens with total area of 3.12 acres • Accessibility for contractor to deliver construction Challenges Key outcome / benefit of this project
materials • Land availability for walkway & cycleway • Encourage recreational activities for local
• Underground utilities community and visitor
Overall development comprises of: Enablers Required to make it happen • Congested traffic/bottleneck at Sinsuran and Kg. • Provide connectivity for local community and visitor
Air area. from Tg. Aru to UMS, Likas via CBD
• To improve the main infrastructure to support this • Promote a healthy lifestyle for the community
new development • To make the city a safer place
i. 4-Levels of retail malls
ii. 7-Levels of 111 units high-end designer suites Key outcome / benefit of this project Enablers Required to make it happen
• Transform Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens into people- • To improve the main infrastructure to support this
iii. 14-Levels, 365 rooms 5-Star Hotel with 1,000 seating capacity centric city new development .
• Generate job opportunities in hotel and hospitality • Practical traffic system without sacrificing Project
ballroom industry Land area.

iv. Boardwalk

EPP 1 : PROJECT 06 EPP 1 : PROJECT 07

INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY & AEROPOD – MIXED


COMMERCIAL CENTRE (ITCC) COMMERCIAL &
DESCRIPTION TRANSPORT HUB
ITCC–Penampang is a ‘state-of-the-art’ complex/mall/residential
constructed on 10.475 acres land along Jalan Pintas Penampang
Development
Challenges
• Adequate and timely supply of raw materials (eg.
Cement, etc), availability of competent and quality DEVELOPMENT AT
TANJUNG ARU
consisting of: supply of labour force affecting timely project
delivery/completion

• A 4-Storey/536 Units Commercial/Shopping Mall Economics


• Global economy threat/impact to domestic economy
• 17-Storey/295 Units Hotel Suites and unfair market competition
• 19-Storey/300 Rooms Business Hotel
• 16 Storey i-Office Tower Enablers Required to make it happen
• Alternative Rear Access Road
DESCRIPTION
Key outcome / benefit of this project Challenges Key outcome / benefit of this project
• Enhancing the commercial activity along Jalan 40 acre development for • Electricity supply & infrastructure • Generate job opportunities in hotel and hospitality
Pintas Penampang
• More hotel rooms for the State Capital residential & commercial • Sewerage system remains a challenge
• Manpower supply – skilled labour during
industry
• Job opportunities for local community
• Job opportunity for local community especially
Penampang (30% - Skilled, 35% - Semi Skilled, 25%
property construction
• Supply of raw materials – cement
- Unskilled)

20 acre will be used to Enablers Required to make it happen


develop the open/public space • To extend the sewerage system and infra (KPI)

including the train station

Aeropod
– will be
the next
attraction
for the
locals
outside the
CBD area..
GREATER KOTA KINABALU

EPP 1 : MODERNIZING
KOTA KINABALU CITY
EPP 1 : PROJECT 08

UPGRADING OF KK CITY - BEAUTIFICATION AND REHABILITATION OF


SUNGAI SEMBULAN (PARCEL 2 & PARCEL 3)
DESCRIPTION
Challenges
Located at the vicinity of Central • Several pockets of land occupied by illegal
Business District (CBD) at Karamunsing squatters
• Existing on-going development may not blend into
and Sadong Jaya the project requirement

Enablers Required to make it happen


Upgrading of approximately 1.6km stretch
• Relocation of illegal squatters
of Sungai Sembulan which includes • Cleaning of upstream of Sembulan River and
existing infrastructure and landscaping sewerage system in order to improve the water
quality index (WQI)

Provision of public amenity, police kiosk, Key outcome / benefit of this project
CCTV and DBKK management office • Enhancing land value of along Sembulan River
• Enhancing the commercial activity of Sadong Jaya
• New hotel being build facing Sungai Sembulan to
take advantage of the landscape
• Encourage recreational activities for local
community and visitors

The real estate value alongside the


Sembulan River has increased by
3 fold in the last 5 years and will
RM45
per sq ft
3x RM150
per sq ft
~6x RM825
per sq ft
continue to rise by year 2020
No beautification With beautification
2005 2010 2020

EPP 1 : PROJECT 09 EPP 1 : PROJECT 10

EXTENSION OF ENTERTAINMENT
ZONE TO NEW AREAS
DESCRIPTION
Challenges
To have a mix of fine dining, bars (international brand e.g. Hard Rock • Promotion
Café), Karaoke outlets, Discotheques • Maintain cleanliness (esp. public amenities)
• Need to have high security in the area
• Gathering of illegal immigrants / street kids /
beggars
To have a similar concept at KK Waterfront but with better quality &
international cuisines (Japanese, Korean, Thailand, Western etc.) Enablers Required to make it happen
• Information counters / guides
• Safety & Security (CCTV, Street Lights)
To have activities e.g. “live-cooking station”, “street party”, “live” • Enough clean amenities
performance – fusion music •

Proper waste management
Ample parking space

Potential venue for Annual events e.g. Jazz Festival Key outcome / benefit of this project
• Another attraction venue for the locals and
internationals visitors

Another venue for Musical Fountain in KK

GREEN CITY &


LANDSCAPING PROJECT
DESCRIPTION
Challenges Key outcome / benefit of this project
To transform KK City into a • Insufficient development fund and insufficient • To achieve the status of “Nature Resort City”
Green City to match the theme maintenance fund remains a big issue • To achieve a balanced and sustainable development
• The GNI impact is more on spillover effects – this between man-made features and nature
of “Nature Resort City” makes it harder to secure private or public funding • To upgrade living conditions and niches of the city
• Prices of materials are relatively higher compared
to other states
To upgrade and build new
landscape areas within the Enablers Required to make it happen
city (total 5 areas have been • To find a new CSR model for private sector
to participate or contribute in the planting /
identified) beautification programme
• To have an awareness programme to acknowledge
the indirect benefits of landscape contribution in
our local and national economic development
To enhance KK’s Green • To have materials available locally
Linkages
GREATER KOTA KINABALU

EPP 2 : BOOSTING
TOURISM ATTRACTIONS
EPP 2 : PROJECT 01 EPP 2 : PROJECT 02

RELOCATION & REDEVELOPMENT


OF PULAU GAYA
DESCRIPTION

MA’ANG HILL
Challenges
To build 1,400 houses in 3 phases to cater for • Development of the new houses for the illegal
relocation of Pulau Gaya residents squatters maybe costly
• The relocation plan may require strong political will 

RESORT DEVELOPMENT
• Identifying the Malaysians and Non-Malaysians
(some of them claim to have Malaysian IDs)
To allow Pulau Gaya to be developed as a World
Class Tourism Destination Enablers Required to make it happen
• Co-operation from National Registration
Department to identify residents
• Gazetting the vacant land at Kg. Gusi and Pulau
Gaya

Key outcome / benefit of this project DESCRIPTION


• Develop Pulau Gaya into a world class tourism spot
Challenges
Develop the 1st nature resort within city - overseeing Lok Kawi Bay & General
Mount Kinabalu (land area – 70 acres) • Effective Governance & regulations

Operations
• Cost to build Botanical Park with 4 season dome
Botanical garden (with 4 seasons dome), Spa Facilities • Skilled workers

Enablers Required to make it happen


To build canopy walks & herbal garden for nature walks for the • Bigger Road to allow big buses
visitors, jungle trekking, mountain biking (adventure sports) • Road, Electricity, Water
• Cost to build Botanical Park with 4 season dome
• Skilled workers

Location for destination wedding (vs. beach resort setting)


Key outcome / benefit of this project
• Integrates with current Lok Kawi Wildlife Park (5
Resort next to the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park minutes drive)
• Alternative nature resort within the KK city
(Penampang area)
• Short destination for short stay tourist to Sabah’s
Venue for team-building and mini conferences in a green wildlife and botanical garden
environment

Weekend homes for international / domestic visitors

EPP 2 : PROJECT 03 EPP 2 : PROJECT 04

YTL RESORT IN PULAU GAYA KARAMBUNAI


INTEGRATED RESORT
DESCRIPTION
4-10 times the size of
Green Showpiece Iconic Architecture
Located in the Karambunai regional IRs

Peninsula of Kota Kinabalu, Energy


Efficient
500

Buildings
Scale Comparison (Acres)
Sabah, KIRC is envisioned as a Reuse,
Reduce,
121
premier world-class eco-tourism
Recycle
49 30
Electric/
Solar

destination showing Sabah’s rich


Transport

Renew- Sabah IR Resorts Marina Bay Venetian

& unique biodiversity. KIRC aims


able World Sands
Energy Source: Karambunai, Sabah Sentosa Source: KIRC, TAK Design

to achieve the Government’s Mangrove Center


Water Theme Park Waterfront Living
aspirations of a high income
nation for Malaysia

DESCRIPTION

A deluxe family resort framed by lush rainforest with views of Mount


Kinabalu, Pulau Gaya is surrounded by pristine white sand beaches,
sheltered coral reefs and protected mangrove. Just off the coast of
Kota Kinabalu, this adventure packed resort will integrate elements
of traditional Sabahan architecture and feature 132 spacious stand-
alone hill and sea-front villas and a unique Spa Village.
GREATER KOTA KINABALU

EPP 2 : BOOSTING
TOURISM ATTRACTIONS
EPP 2 : PROJECT 05 EPP 2 : PROJECT 06

DEVELOPMENT OF KOKOL HILL


DESCRIPTION
Challenges
To have more eco-green home stays/ • Accessibility is good, but carrying capacity via the
boutiques/chalets/cafes village road is limited.
• Need alternative mode to reach Kokol Hill (via cable
car)
• Fire
To build designated area for marketing
local products (local fruits, flowers) – Enablers Required to make it happen
e.g. like Pekan Nabalu •

Bigger Road to allow big buses
Participation from the locals to sell fruits/flowers, etc
• Ample parking space at the top of the hill
• Clean water supply
To build observation deck + Canopy Walk
(ala Langkawi) Key outcome / benefit of this project
• Benefit for the MICE tourists for a short day trip for

SOUTH CHINA SEA PLACE (SCSP)


mountain viewing and experience agro-tourism
To have link with other tourism activities • Attracts another new market to KK - Para gliders

– paragliding, white river rafting (Kiulu)

DESCRIPTION
Challenges
Located at Sembulan covering area of 12 acres • Entrance to the premise from Coastal Highway

Enablers Required to make it happen


Overall Development comprises of:
• Redesign of junction to entrance
i. 174 Rooms Hotel • Construction of elevated entry/exit

ii. 433 units of condotel Key outcome / benefit of this project


• Provide alternative accommodation for tourists
iii. Commercial/Retail 19.544 sq ft
iv. Business Suite 14,542 sq ft
v. Parking facilities for 336

EPP 2 : PROJECT 07 EPP 2 : PROJECT 08

GONDOLA AT INOBONG EXPANSION OF


SUBSTATION, PENAMPANG DIVING ACADEMY
DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION
Challenges
20 mins from Donggongon Township • Need private operators to operate the place
To project Sabah as “Asia’s Centre of
(Stakeholders – Sabah Parks, Local Community) Excellence in Scuba Diver Training”
• Need to be a well-managed and controlled
Current activity – jungle trekking, conservation studies Development that has to be ‘in harmony’ with the
environment
To set up a Professional Scuba Diver Training
Future opportunities : Viewing platform deck towards KK Enablers Required to make it happen Academy in Mamutik Island which offers a
city, Study tours (historical, geographical and cultural) • Bigger access road to allow big buses complete package of accommodation and
• Road, Electricity, Water
• Skilled workers scuba diver training of all levels
• Ample parking space for visitors near the entrance
Potential destination for nature lovers (flora & fauna) – of the Sub Station

who only have short stays in KK To offer PADI International Scuba Diving
Key outcome / benefit of this project Training Certification from open water to
• Economic benefit – Job, investment opportunities
for locals
Instructors levels
• Package local product (e.g.. trekking to Kg folks
for homestay & create additional incentives to Kg
Folks)
• Popularise “Salt Track” history
• Direct supply to local agro-product
• Showcase part of Sabah culture and promotes eco- Challenges
tourism
• The 3 acres of land lease in Mamutik is too
restrictive . Need additional 2 acres
• Lack of infrastructure on Island
• Maintenance aspect (“follow ups”)

Enablers Required to make it happen


• To have a full fledged Academy building which
houses the classrooms, auditoriums, dive shops,
management office, etc
• To have eco friendly generators, sewage and
organic waste management, water systems, etc
• To have an jetty on the concession zone
• To have good telecommunication system
• To have a institutionalized safety management
system on island

Key outcome / benefit of this project


• Project Kota Kinabalu as an International scuba
diver training center
• To promote KK as an International “gateway” to
world class dive destination in Kudat, Sandakan and
Tawau /Semporna regions
• Increase number of visitors to the islands (both
High Yield and FITs, Group Travellers)
• Quality training standard improved
• In line with the green nature city concept for KK
• Create awareness (education aspect) to visitors
GREATER KOTA KINABALU

EPP 2 : BOOSTING
TOURISM ATTRACTIONS
EPP 2 : PROJECT 09 EPP 2 : PROJECT 10

TANJUNG DUMPIL RESORT


AND RESIDENCES
DESCRIPTION
Challenges
Located 10 minutes away from KKIA and KK CBD • Electricity supply & infrastructure
• Sewerage system remains a challenge
• Manpower supply – skilled labour during
10 acres of man-made island, connected to the construction
• Land reclamation
mainland by a 800 meter causeway bridge • Adequate and timely supply of raw materials (e.g.
Cement, etc), availability of competent and quality
supply of labour force affecting timely project
A development with 250 luxury hotel rooms, 56 over- delivery/completion

water resort bungalows with 1,008 5-star rooms

WATER TAXI, SPORTS &


Enablers Required to make it happen
• To improve the main infrastructure to support this
Comprehensive tourism development, which new development
• Road, Electricity, Water
comprises high-end condominiums, resort-type • Skilled workers

MARITIME CENTRE
hotels, spas, marina and other resort facilities
Key outcome / benefit of this project
• Economic benefit – Jobs, investment opportunities
for locals
• Alternative luxury accommodation for tourists

DESCRIPTION
Challenges Key outcome / benefit of this project
Alternative transportation,
• Too many individual operators, with boats in • Additional tourism receipts for the State
lessen traffic jams & pollution deplorable conditions & no fixed schedule of • Adding a maritime character to the city, enhancing
departure the tourism attraction
• Water sport & recreational activities are • Current upgrading & beautification works of
concentrated in TAR islands – non-existent in Tg Aru Sembulan River will be further enhanced
Bringing water sports & Beach & Likas Bay area (within 10-15 minutes from
recreational activities to the KK City

locals & tourists – better


Enablers Required to make it happen
accessibility • New construction & development of 10 – 13 jetties
& 2 dry docks, acquisition of boats & water sport
equipment
• Operating water taxi & water sports activities in Tg
Aru Aru & Likas Bay Area
• Current upgrading & beautification works of
Sembulan River will be further enhanced

EPP 2 : PROJECT 11

RELOCATION & REDEVELOPMENT PROPOSED PLAN – RELOCATION AND


OF KK CENTRAL MARKET REDEVELOPMENT OF THE WET MARKET
DESCRIPTION
Phase 1
Challenges
To enhance the beauty of the coastal of KK – walkway • Location for new central Market – for both wet & dry Upgrading works
connecting KKWC to JWC market or decentralized to respective market areas
eg. Lido / Inanam
• Parking issues

To establish a recreation park within the city near the


Enablers Required to make it happen
coastline of KK
• Control tenants occupying the area / lot – i.e. only
quality & branded names eg. Chillis and local names
eg. Kak Nong – Setting the standard
To have a selected brands/services, luxury branded
retail outlets (Prada, Gucci, LV, Fendi, etc)
• Security
• Maintenance to be properly managed especially
with cleanliness
Phase 1b
Redeveloping the KK Central Site
• Commitment from both public & private sector

An area to view the beautiful sunset & a safe indoor Key outcome / benefit of this project
playground area for kids • An iconic attraction in the center of the centre

To establish the main information centre for KK

Phase 2
Relocating the KK Central Market
tenants

Phase 3
Demolishing the existing building
with the designated site

Phase 4
Private operators commence with
new development site
GREATER KOTA KINABALU

EPP 3 : IMPROVE
MOBILITY AND TRAVEL
EPP 3 : PROJECT 01 EPP 3 : PROJECT 02

BUS TERMINAL WAWASAN


DESCRIPTION
Challenges
Terminal CBD is to cater for City Bus stopover with a • Construction work to be carried out during operation
total capacity for 40 buses • Underground utilities within project boundary

Enablers Required to make it happen


Scope of Works: • Cooperation with utility companies for timely
• Terminal Building relocation of underground services

• M & Services
Key outcome / benefit of this project
• Infrastructure Works
• Increase transportation efficiency
• Encourage use of public transport

BUS TERMINAL NORTH - INANAM


DESCRIPTION
Challenges
Open up for Northern Terminal to include all • Insufficient capacity of access road to and from
types of buses. All types of buses to stop over terminal
• Pending funds from federal
at this terminal. Then to interchange into a
bigger capacity bus to transfer passengers to Enablers Required to make it happen
CBD terminal • Integrating into KK public transport system

Project Description: Key outcome / benefit of this project


EPP 3 : PROJECT 03 • Act as a hub to centralise northern mini buses
• Civil works • Reduce traffic congestion caused by mini buses in
• Building works CBD

KK SOUTHERN
• Increase public transport efficiency
• M&E services
• Pedestrian link to KKIA Terminal 1
• Traveller Information System

BUS TERMINAL ,
• Capacity: 800

KEPAYAN
EPP 3 : PROJECT 04
DESCRIPTION

Open up for Southern Terminal to include all types of buses. All


types buses to stop over at this terminal. Then to interchange into
• Land issue
Challenges
• Department Civil Aviation (DCA) against linking BUS RAPID TRANSIT
SYSTEM (BRT)
pedestrian bridge to Terminal 1.
a bigger capacity bus to transfer passengers to CBD terminal • DCA against sharing of flight Information.
• Security issue due to close proximity to airport
security area.
Project Description:
Civil works: Building works: Enablers Required to make it happen
• drainage • M&E services •

Need full support from DCA
Consensus from key stakeholders to enter land
• access to terminal • Pedestrian link to KKIA Terminal 1 • Federal Funding (Approved in principle)
• Integrating transport system with KKIA DESCRIPTION
• sewer line • Traveller Information System
• water supply • Capacity: 800 buses Key outcome / benefit of this project Challenges
• Provide alternatives mode of transportation to and
To build designated bus way integrated into • To cluster and manage current existing mini bus
from KKIA current road system acting like a LRT that operators

stops within ~ 1 km
• Increase transportation efficiencies • To align the bus routes
• Encourage use of public transport • Construction of the physical bus way
• Provide new employment opportunities • Allocation of the physical bus way
• Land Acquisition/allocation
Constructing bus stops along designated
bus lane Enablers Required to make it happen
• Buses should be at least 10 years
• Provide first aid kits & fire extinguishers
Replacing old buses (mini and stage buses) •

Appropriately trained bus drivers
Creating a new ticketing system computer (eg.
with shuttle bus (44-seater) Octopus, EZ link)
EPP 3 : PROJECT 05
Key outcome / benefit of this project
Linking Terminal Wawasan, Terminal Inanam • Integrated public bus system
& Terminal Kepayan

ONE WAY
• Increase public transport delivery and efficiency
• Decrease the waiting period
• Increase public bus capacity
• Decrease the over supply of mini buses/vans
Priority signalling system

TRAFFIC SYSTEM One way traffic flow in CBD

Distance: ~30km

DESCRIPTION
Challenges
To provide systematic motorised traffic route to • Have to coordinate with the inflow and outflow of
compliment existing road network and BRT system vehicles during physical implementation stage
• Relocation of underground utilities

Enablers Required to make it happen


• Proper traffic management plan within CBD before
implementation
• Cooperation within Government Agencies & Utilities
companies required

Key outcome / benefit of this project


• Reduce traffic congestion
• Increase transportation efficiency
• Encourage use of public transport

Proposed one way traffic flow (submitted by DBKK)


Bus Rapid Transit Example in Seoul, South Korea
GREATER KOTA KINABALU

EPP 4 :
HEALTH TOURISM
EPP 4 : PROJECT 01 EPP 4 : PROJECT 02

GLENEAGLES MEDICAL CENTRE

KPJ HEALTHCARE-ACQUISITION
DESCRIPTION
OF SMC & DAMAI SPECIALIST
Challenges Key outcome / benefit of this project
250 beds and 6 Operating • High infrastructure cost • Availability of a reliable and reputable Medical DESCRIPTION
Theatres • High capital cost and slow return of investment. Not Centre in Kota Kinabalu. The local Sabahans need
attractive to financier not fly to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore for critical
• Finding reputable Hospital Operator treatment
Challenges
• Contribute to the State economy via medical KPJ Group acquired Sabah Medical Centre (SMC) and
152 units Small office Home tourism KPJ is building a new RM250 million, 200 bed hospital on
• Delay of work progress due to climate / weather and
shortage of cement in Sabah
office (SoHo) • Creating business opportunities, property
appreciation to investors and substantial job a 1.685 acre land. The land is bought over by KPJ and this
• Unskilled labour shortage for construction
• Recruitment of medical professionals
creation
is a 100% private investment. The new SMC-KPJ hospital
247 retail lots – 118,350 sq ft is only five minutes to Greater Kota Kinabalu Enablers Required to make it happen
Enablers Required to make it happen
• Basic infrastructure and utilities such as water &
• Facilitation fund to cover part of infrastructure cost electricity
• State Government support to the Hospital Project
124,408 sq ft office suites • Creative development mix with commercial
components for sale to partly finance the Hospital Key outcome / benefit of this project
cost • Availability of a reliable and reputable Medical
Centre in Kota Kinabalu. The local Sabahans need
not fly to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore for critical
treatment
• Contributes to the State economy via medical
tourism
• Creating more job opportunities for the locals

EPP 4 : PROJECT 03 EPP 4 : PROJECT 04

PUBLIC HOSPITAL UPGRADES PATIENT (FPP) TO BOOST


& EXTENSION (4 HOSPITALS) REVENUE FOR GOVERNMENT
DESCRIPTION HOSPITALS & PROMOTE
HEALTH TOURISM
Challenges
Federal Government has approved RM1.1 billion of • Delay of work progress due to climate / weather and
extension, upgrading and renovating work for four shortage of cement in Sabah
• Unskilled labour shortage for construction
public hospitals in Greater KK • Recruitment of medical professionals

Enablers Required to make it happen


• Supply of cements
DESCRIPTION
• Working with the immigration department to allow
more foreign workers / labour to expedite the
construction phase Full Paying Patients is a separate category of
Key outcome / benefit of this project patients for both outpatient and inpatient services.
• Increase the bed per population ratio from 27 to 45
The charges will be based on the cost and there
(67%) by 2013 is no subsidy. FFP will use existing facilities within
• To improve the public healthcare services for the
locals the hospital. The targets are locals and foreigners
including tourists and expatriates.

Challenges
• Funding for mass promotion/marketing
• To produce proper detailed bills - full costs
which includes equipment, consumables, human
resources, amenities and the last details
• Classification of poor, hard core poor, government
pay scales & categories, eligibilities, etc.

Enablers Required to make it happen


• Mass Communication (TV, Radio, Advertisements)
• Education & awareness to local
• Promote internationally through tourist agents,
embassies and high commission officers, etc.
• Awareness as World Class healthcare

Key outcome / benefit of this project


• Increase GNI for Healthcare sector.
• Create a spill over effect – boosting tourists’
confidence in Malaysian healthcare eventually
encourages health tourism
• Could stem brain drain
• Can attract specialists