Reclamation may affect five islands


KOTA KINABALU: The proposed sea reclamation and re-zoning of Sabah’s iconic Tanjung Aru for hotels and resorts under a redevelopment plan may affect five islands in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park here, said WWF-Malaysia executive director Datuk Dr Dionysius Sharma.

He said coastal sea reclamation could cause irreparable damage to the eco-system in Tanjung Aru and areas around it.

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