Cycling In Sabah

We warmly welcome all agents, media and members of the Hong Kong Cycling Association to Sabah who will be staying at The Pacific Sutera Hotel from May 28 to 31, 2013.

Mr. Stefan Willimann - General Manager of The Pacific Sutera Hotel (

Mr. Stefan Willimann – General Manager of The Pacific Sutera Hotel (6th left, back row), Ms. Mayang Ismail – Director of Marketing Communications (far left, back row) together with Sutera Harbour Resort’s Marketing Communication team -Ms. Ray, Ms. Clara and Ms. Tracy (R-L, 2nd Row) and cyclists from Hong Kong Cycling Association poses for a group photo at the Lobby Lounge, The Pacific Sutera Hotel.

They will be here to inspect the potential of making Sabah a cycling playground for cycling enthusiast from Hong Kong. It is absolutely delightful that Sabah is being promoted as a niche destination for cyclers in this joint effort by Sabah Tourism Board and Tourism Malaysia.

A group photo with Mr. Stefan Willimann, General Manager of The Pacific Sutera Hotel (center) before cycling into the city.

A group photo with Mr. Stefan Willimann, General Manager of The Pacific Sutera Hotel (center) before cycling into the city.

Safety briefing by the group leader.

Safety briefing by the group leader.

Let's ride!

Let’s ride!

We are proud to be part of the on-going effort in promoting Sabah as a leisure, adventure and nature destination in Hong Kong.

For more information about The Pacific Sutera Hotel and The Magellan Sutera Resort, please visit www.suteraharbour.com

or call : +6 088 318 888

 

 

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Sutera Harbour Resort is a favoured 5-star destination situated in Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of Sabah. It boasts three impressive properties - The Pacific Sutera Hotel, The Magellan Resort and the award-winning Sutera Harbour Marina, Golf & Country Club. Designed as a world-class retreat, the 384-acre property is designed as a world class retreat.
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