Wednesday, March 28, 2012

The Pulse Point of Kota Kinabalu: Centerpoint Sabah

There have been many malls built around KK but one of the most enduring landmark is the Centerpoint Sabah mall, better known as CPS.  This mall was built 22 years ago and its popularity never cease to wan. It's always jam packed, especially during the weekends and, I think its popularity will continue to grow as the building management is planning to do new upgrading works as reported in the local daily: Wajah Baru Centerpoint Sabah, KK

Artist impression of the upgraded building:

Image by www.theborneopost.com

According to the CPS Managing Director, Andrew Chang, the upgrading works for the interior and out building will be conducted in stages for the next four months.  LED lights and aluminium/wooden materials will be used in outer part of the building. More toilets for the disabled and renovation works will be done in the food court (lower ground) to create a more comfortable dining experience. If you had visited Taiwan, you could expect a Taiwan-esque  version of CPS.

Well, looks like CPS will still be the main star in KK!

:)

6 comments:

  1. wow, lawa la CP ni nanti upgrade.. tapi masi juga pilak penghuni tatap dia sana.. :p.. ha ha ha.. eh hai Enniebelle, dulu nama ko Sumandak tu kan?? sumandak apa sudah tu.. :).. he he he..

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    1. Iya, tatap dan berpencen diurang tu di sana. Dulu wanderingsumandak, skrg suda tukar pigi yg simple2 ja.

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  2. i dont go to CP as often now. Infact, can count how many times ive been there in a year. all bcos i dislike the environment where pilaks conquering the place. not that i dislike pilaks but more the attitude they bring inside i.e. quarreling in public.

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    1. not to mention 'squatting' sana depan pintu masuk opposite Warisan Square.

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  3. i begin to enjoying suria sabah....no pilaks there i think.

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    1. Me too, my friend. I do love Warisan Square, tho :)

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