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Inanam has potential for tourism development, Liew says  
Published on: Monday, February 05, 2024
By: Wu Vui Tek
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Inanam has potential for tourism development, Liew says  
Liew (middle), flanked by Sabin (on her right) and T. C. Goh, beating the gong to launch the 2024 Chinese New Year Carnival.
INANAM: A significant portion of Inanam lies within the Crocker Range Biosphere Reserve (CRBR), presenting potential for tourism development. 

Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Christina Liew observed that Inanam boasts many beautiful attractions that can be developed both individually and as a community.

“As the Sabah Minister of Tourism, Culture, and Environment, I will try my best to highlight Inanam as one of the tourism hubs in Sabah,” said Liew during the officiation of Inanam’s Chinese New Year celebration.

She also called on the Inanam community, irrespective of race, ethnicity, and religion, to continue supporting the efforts of the State Government led by Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Noor and the central government, especially the initiatives by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to elevate our country on the world stage.

Liew highlighted that the Prime Minister, in outlining the administration of the Madani concept, has formulated a strategy for effective governance in the country. 

She noted that Inanam recently experienced rapid development growth, evident from the influx of real estate investors into the area.

Delighted to witness the lively celebration filled with goodwill, Liew expressed her joy and encouraged embracing the values of perseverance, courage, and unity symbolised by the dragon and the Chinese zodiac. 

She emphasised that these values signify prosperity, good luck, and positive energy.

The celebration was also attended by Sepanggar Member of Parliament Datuk Mustapha Sakmud, both Inanam and Likas Assemblymen Peto Galim and Tan Lee Fatt.

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