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The original building of this hospital was built from wood in Jesselton in the year 1957, just after the Second World War. At that time, the hospital consists of only one building block. The new Hospital was built Jalan Penampang, Kota Kinabalu. Today, the Hospital Queen Elizabeth stands as the largest hospital in Sabah and is known as the reference point for all district hospitals. It consists of 589 beds and provides a number of key areas of medical care such as surgery, anaesthesiology, respiratory, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, emergency and trauma, psychiatry and many more. Aims to deliver a wide variety of services including inpatient services, specialist clinics patient, emergency and ambulatory care and to nurture devoted, skillful, competent and compassionate staffs through continuous medical education, this hospital will be a hub of excellence in catering quality and inclusive medical services, training and researches handled by professional, efficient and thoughtful personnel that accentuate on human dignity.
Imago Mall is a 1–Stop premium shopping destination for local residents and tourists alike. Recently opened in March 2015, The Imago Kota Kinabalu Shopping Mall is a stylish and high-budget project, featuring all the leading brands, targeted at the elite upper class strata of the society. Known as one of the largest and dynamic shopping mall operating in the city of Kota Kinabalu, it covers a wide array of retails, entertainment and dining outlets. With a net let-able area of 800,000 sf, there is an ample car parking facilities with approximately 2,300 bays.
Aims to promote a broad interpretation of our unique heritage, Sabah State Museum is located at Jalan Muzium at the pulse of Kota Kinabalu city. Some of the main attractions there are the ethnographic collection in the main building, includes human skulls dating from Sabah’s head- hunting days, and a sininggazanak, a totemic wooden figurine placed in the field of a Kadazan man who died without heirs. This museum is available to be visited daily from 9am to 5pm with the admission fee of RM2 for Malaysian ahd RM15 for non-Malaysian visitor.
Ming Garden Hotel & Residences is the best place to indulge your passion. A bubbly 4 star hotel where civilization, abstract, food, arts and music combined, this place lures the heart of travelers and local visitors alike to their warm abode and pleasant hospitality in the pulse of Kota Kinabalu City. Located within a close proximity with many local attractions such Sabah State Museum, IMAGO Shopping Mall and KK City Waterfront, Ming Garden Hotel & Residences is an ideal spot for both business or leisure traveller. Decorated with pleasant hues to deliver sleek simplicity and comfort, all rooms are featured with standard essential facilities. Also, complimentary high speed internet access is available throughout the hotel to ensure your stay is both pleasurable and memorable.
Located just 10 minutes drive from the airport and few minutes drive to the shopping malls, dining destinations and the commercial district, Oceania Hotel is a perfect fusion of comfort and accessibility for all types travellers. Whether you are a business traveller, a family on vacation or someone looking for that subtle weekend retreat, this hotel has the right room for you. Each room features air conditioner, a flat-screen TV, writing desk, satellite television channels, IDD telephones, free internet access, private electronic safe, coffee and tea making facilities, mini-bar, hair dryer and a relaxing rain-shower bathroom facilities. Also, there is a stylish restaurant with a daring, new concept that combines style and aquatic theme with culinary creativity. Rev up your appetite with a delectable menu of international and local cuisine at easy prices.