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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Heartiest congratulations to Sutera Harbour Resort Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Mr Gerard Tan on being conferred Ahli Darjah Kinabalu (ADK)


Heartiest congratulations to Sutera Harbour Resort Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Mr Gerard Tan on being conferred Ahli Darjah Kinabalu (ADK) by the Head of State Tun Datuk Seri Panglima (DR.) Haji Juhar Bin Datuk Haji Mahiruddin in conjunction with His Excellency official 66th birthday celebration.


Once again Congratulation from Meja Rasa KK editor

Tanjung Aru Beach Festival 2019


You are invited to enjoy the most beautiful ‘Sunset In The City’ during the Tanjung Aru Beach Festival!

Date: 26 to 27 October 2019
Time: 10:00am until 10:00pm
Venue: Prince Phillip Park, Tanjung Aru Beach, Kota Kinabalu.


More information about Tanjung Aru Beach Festival 2019:


Trip.com 5th Anniversary Hotel Appreciation Dinner & Awards Night


DCEO of Sutera Harbour Resort Mr. Gerard Tan (ADK) receive the award from Malaysia country Director Stephane Thong for "Top Service Quality" on behalf of The Magellan Sutera Resort.

Trip.com Malaysia Office 5th Anniversary Hotel Appreciation Dinner and Awards Night (18 October 2019 at the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur) Event attended by Trip.com Chief Business Officer David Zhou, Short Haul West Area General Manager Jessie Yang and Malaysia country Director Stephane Thong as the guests of honour. Sutera Harbour Resort - The Magellan Sutera Resort received the "TOP SERVICE QUALITY AWARD"


(From left) Senior Market Manager Nicole Goh Mei Ling, Malaysia country Director Stephane Thong, Sutera Harbour Resort DCEO Mr Gerard Tan (ADK), Trip.com Chief Business Officer David Zhou, Sutera Harbour Resort COO & Executive Director Mr Kenneth Goi, Sutera Harbour Resort Group CFO Mr Alex Ng and Sutera Harbour Resort Cluster Director of Revenue, Sales & Marketing Mr Azmizal Usman in a group photo.


Trip.com 5th Anniversary 2019


Friday, October 18, 2019

“Magical Fun Fair”


Persatuan Hemodialisis Kinabalu Sabah will be organizing the annual fundraising Charity Bazaar on 20 October 2019, Sunday from 9am till 2pm in conjunction with the 14th-anniversary celebration at Likas Sports Complex Badminton Hall. The event is expecting about more than 1000 supporters who bought the bazaar coupons, sponsors, participating outlets, performers, volunteers, and patients.

This year Charity Bazaar’s theme will be “Magical Fun Fair” aims to create a fun thrill environment that is suitable for families and all ages to enjoy over the weekend. We have lined up some exciting programs such as stage performance contest, scrumptious food stalls, flea market, fun games carnivals, free health screening and blood donation drive. We urge the public to join us and supporting this good cause activity so the fund collected will assist us to sustain and further subsidies costs of each dialysis treatment for the needy patients. Apart from that, JCI Tanjung Aru will be joining as well for the 5th year to make the event more successful where there will be a FREE health screening and blood donation drive with their own blood donation campaign called JCI Tanjung Aru Red Saver Blood Donation Drive.

Persatuan Hemodialisis Kinabalu, Sabah hopes to raise fund by selling out at least 8,000 bazaar coupon booklets at RM50 each to raise RM400,000.00 and more by getting supports as well as donations from the generous public too. In addition to that, PHKS also selling out soft toys and collectible items as well to raise fund. The fund raised will be used for in running the centre operations and subsidies the treatment fees further as there are more new patients on the waiting list to join the centre.

The Charity Bazaar tickets are available for sale at E West Luyang, Venition, Cempaka Square, BC Bistro, The Cruise Cafe Lounge, Super 7 Restaurant, Runway Café Tanjung Aru, Airways Putatan, Cherry Restaurant and Metropot Bistro & Pub. For further information, please contact PHKS at 088-272277 or visit PHKS Facebook page at www.facebook.com/phks2005.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Special Entertainer Appearance Dato' Sri Siti Nurhaliza • Head Of State Corporate Charity Cup 2019


Head Of State Corporate Charity Cup

In conjunction with the 66th official birthday of the Head of State of Sabah, His Excellency Tun Datuk Seri Panglima (Dr.) Haji Juhar Bin Datuk Haji Mahiruddin who is also the Patron of Yayasan Nur Jauhar and Sutera Harbour Marina, Golf & Country Club.

12 October 2019

Gala Dinner
6:30 pm | Grand Ballroom
The Magellan Sutera Resort

Special performance by Dato' Sri Siti Nurhaliza

Please contact ( Cornelia)
Tel: +6017 833 8722 for tickets

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

TYT Sabah 66th Birthday 2019


Sutera Harbour Resort wishes the Head of State Sabah, His Excellency Tun Datuk Seri Panglima Juhar bin Haji Mahiruddin a very happy 66th birthday.

DCEO Gerard Tan together with Sutera Harbour Resort’s team presented the 100-kg cake which consist of two flavours – chocolate and eggless carrot cake in the shape of the Istana Negeri.



Friday, September 27, 2019

EASY WIN • THE NORTH BORNEO CRUISE


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State-level Teacher's Day Card drawing contest prize presentation ceremony • Sutera Harbour Resort

DCEO Mr Gerard Tan (centre) on the stage


State-level Teacher's Day Card drawing contest prize presentation ceremony. DCEO Mr. Gerard Tan receiving a token of appreciation from YB Datuk Dr Yusof B. Jacob, Minister of Education and Innovation Sabah. Venue sponsored by Sutera Harbour Resort

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019


The DCEO of Sutera Harbour Resort, Mr Gerard Tan welcome the President of PKR Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in conjunction with PKR’s Majlis Perasmian Perdana Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan Cabang (MTAC) 2019 at the Grand Ballroom, The Magellan Sutera Resort.

Reduce But Not Close...



Kota Kinabalu: The Federation of Chinese Associations Sabah (FCAS) appealed to the State Government to reconsider its decision of not issuing trade licences to establishments with slot machines once their current licences expire.

Instead, it proposed that the State Government reduce the number of such clubs by 10-30 per cent, especially in the small towns, instead of completely forcing them out of business.

Its Vice President Tan Sri T.C Goh (pic) said this in view of the plight of the operators and their staff, following the announcement by Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Jaujan Sambakong.

Jaujan had said the state Cabinet decided not issue trade licences to establishments with slot machines once their current licences expire.

Goh, who was recently elected President of the Federation of Chinese Associations of Malaysia (Huazong) expressed regret that the State Government seemed to be targeting Chinese business operators, a majority of whom had voted for the change of government in the last general elections.

“Why close the businesses operated by Chinese despite strong support from the Chinese community?

“We urge our Sabah Cabinet Ministers, especially the Chinese Ministers, to better understand the businesses of the Chinese community, and one of them is the gaming industry.

“Whether one likes it or not, it’s a fact that licensed gaming operators had contributed to the growth of Sabah’s economy all these years. 

Malaysia gaming industry is well-governed by regulations. It is one of the best in Asia or even in the world,” he said.

He added that besides giving back part of their profits through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes, these slot machine clubs also provide good and affordable food and beverages, and fitness training facilities for the public. 

He noted that some of these operators are funding various charities including dialysis centres for those suffering from kidney failure to undergo free dialysis treatment. 

He also cautioned the State Government of the serious implications of its decision to put the slot machine clubs out of business.

He warned that such a move is likely to hit the state with a “triple whammy” that’s far more serious and difficult for the State Government to handle later.

“Firstly, it is almost certain to result in substantial loss of revenues to the state government in terms of the 15% sales tax, and the monthly payment of RM800 per slot machine, currently paid by these establishments. We were made to understand that in 2018 alone, these clubs contributed more than RM51 million in taxes, and out of this, RM24 million went to Sabah. 

“And for the period between 2003-2018, they contributed RM500 million in taxes and RM200 million went to Sabah.

“Secondly, it would put several thousand people out of jobs, which is rather harsh and cruel considering that jobs are really scarce at this challenging time of economic downturn. This would inevitably also affect their dependents (estimated to be more than 14,000 people), among whom are newborns, children who are still in school/college/university, and parents who are retired and in need of medical care.

“And thirdly, which is our worse fear, is that, it would inevitably spur the mushrooming of illegal gambling activities, which are far more devastating than the licensed, well-regulated slot machine clubs. 

“In fact, the government should first go all out to clamp down on illegal gambling activities, the widespread illegal 4D and online gambling especially, instead of targeting the legitimate, tax-paying businesses.” 

He added that the State Government’s harsh decision also contradicted its own pledge, citing that exactly five months ago, the chief minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal had promised that more jobs will be created, in response to the criticism by certain quarters that the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government’s election promise to create more jobs remained unfulfilled.

Goh also clarified that the gaming industry players are just doing their part as legitimate, law-abiding business operators in helping the Government to ensure gambling activities are conducted in a “responsible-and-well-controlled” manner, to minimise the potential adverse social impact of gambling, besides contributing substantial revenues to the government, in form of sales taxes, and creating job opportunities for the people.

“Whether one likes it or not, the gambling industry had existed since time immemorial and with today’s advance internet and telecommunication technology, it is even more easily accessible to the people, regardless of whether a person lives in a Muslim country, or otherwise. 

“I’m pretty sure our government too realised this and the need to keep such activities under good control, through licensed gaming operators, at the same time to take action against those illegal operators,” he said.

FCAS urged the State Government to conduct a proper and in-depth discussion with the industry players and to come up with some “feasible-and-acceptable” solutions, if the intention is to further reduce the social impacts of their business, instead of rushing to make such a harsh decision which might create more problems.

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Thursday, August 29, 2019

Guess who’s here? • Sutera@Mantanani (沙巴美人鱼岛)



A sea turtle has chosen the shore on Sutera@Mantanani to have a new life-cycle begin. It was an incredible experience; and to those who have observed it in person, described the encounter as emotional, moving, and even transcendental.




猜猜谁在这里? 一只海龟选择了Sutera @ Mantanani的岸边开始新的生命周期。这是一次难以置信的经历;对那些亲眼观察过的人来说,这次遭遇被描述为情感,感动,甚至是超然。


Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Daily Sunset Cruise (Lungisan Island, Mantanani Besar)


Sutera@Mantanani Island Resort & Spa

Daily Sunset Cruise (Lungisan Island, Mantanani Besar)

• 5:30pm Departure from resort jetty 
• 5:40pm Arrive at Lungisan island for photo taking 
• 6:00pm Sunset viewing in the middle of the sea


Fee: RM15.00 per person 
Seat Availability: 16 persons ( first come first serve )

Enquiries & Reservations:

Tel: +60 88 303 870
Tel: +60 88 317 617

Email: rsvn_mantanani@suteraharbour.com.my


Monday, August 26, 2019

WORLD TOURISM CONFERENCE 2019: BEYOND TOURISM – BEYOND EXPECTATION


The Conference adopted the theme of “Beyond Tourism - Beyond Expectations”, in line with UNWTO's vision and mission of “Towards 2030 - making tourism smarter, more competitive and more responsible”.

 


The main objective of WTC 2019 is to provide a platform for the tourism industry’s stakeholders to gather and gain new insights and ideas from key drivers, policy makers and tourism industry’s experts around the world.


The Conference is also an opportunity for Malaysia to demonstrate its tourism technology capabilities in line with UNWTO's vision.



This Conference is also expected to further strengthen the Government’s effort in realising “Visit Truly Asia Malaysia 2020” campaign as foreign participants are anticipated to share the country’s richness in unique art, culture and beautiful natural attractions.



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Visit Malaysia 2020 (Thailand market) was officially launched


Visit Malaysia 2020 (Thailand market) was officially launched by H.E Dato’ Jojie Samuel, Ambassador of Malaysia to Thailand. It was held in conjunction with Thai International Travel Fair 2019. #VM2020


H.E Dato’ Jojie Samuel, Ambassador of Malaysia to Thailand



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#MalaysiaTrulyAsia 
#TourismMalaysia 
#SabahTourism 
#SupportVM2020

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Urban Kitchen • 2 Course Express Lunch

Greetings from Hilton Kota Kinabalu! Try our 2-Course Express Lunch Set at RM 25.00 nett only. Pick a main and opt for either an appetizer or a dessert.

Available every *Monday to Friday* from *12:00 pm to 2:30 pm* For more details & inquiries, contact 016 888 9814 or drop me an email at jessica.jeanette@hilton.com

Sutera Harbour Resort National Day Celebration 2019


19th August 2019

Sutera Harbour Resort 
National Day Celebration 2019



Launched by YAB Datuk Seri Panglima Haji Mohd Shafie Bin Haji Apdal, 
The Chief Minister of Sabah.



The theme of the 2019 National Day and Malaysia Day celebrations is “Sayangi Malaysiaku: Malaysia Bersih” to stress the importance of unity and patriotism for the well-being of the people and shared prosperity.More than 500 staff and guests came together to be a part of the celebration.





Welcoming the Chief Minister and guests were Mr Gilbert Ee, Group CEO, Mr Gerard Tan, Deputy CEO and the Executive Committee of Sutera Harbour Resort.





Venue:
Covered Tennis Court, Sutera Harbour Marina & Country Club