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The Pillars of Sabah community art project was removed in 2021 from its home at the site of the colonial former Lands and Surveys Office building.
The project’s new home will be revealed in April 2023.
NOTE: The following information is intended to serve only as a guide. Changes may occur without our knowledge, and are therefore hard to predict. Please refer to official websites and other official sources, wherever available, for the most accurate, up-to-date information.
Kota Kinabalu International Airport (IATA: BKI) is located 8 km southwest from the Kota Kinabalu city centre.
Kota Kinabalu International Airport is Malaysia’s second busiest airport, serviced by over 20 airlines with direct flights from over 40 destinations across the Asia-Pacific region.
Kota Kinabalu International Airport is the only airport that serves the city of Kota Kinabalu, as well as the entire west coast of Sabah.
If you are travelling by rideshare or e-hailing operator (eg. Grab, MyCar, Maxim etc), Pillars of Sabah may not be a searchable destination within the rideshare map database, or it may be tagged with a different name. As such, it might be easier to search for the site’s surrounding buildings or landmarks.
If you are travelling in your own vehicle, please refer to your choice of map or navigational service (eg. Google Maps, Apple Maps, Waze etc) for the best route.
Please note that street parking at the site itself is limited.
DBKK parking charges apply between 8am and 5pm on weekdays, and between 8am and 1pm on Saturdays. During these times, the parking charges are as follows:
RED: RM1.00 per half hour, for the first two half hour durations (or part thereof). RM2.00 per half hour for the third and fourth half hour durations (or part thereof). Two hours maximum.
YELLOW: RM0.50 per half hour, for the first eight half hour durations (of part thereof). RM1.00 for each half hour duration after that (or part thereof).
GREEN: RM0.50 per hour (of part thereof).
The type of parking space is denoted by the colour of the unique parking space number, as painted on the ground. Parking in these spaces requires the use of prepaid parking vouchers which can be purchased from any DBKK parking kiosk as well as some participating retail outlets.
There also several multi-storey carparks attached to shopping malls and office towers. Parking times and charges are similar between the different options, but please refer to the individual carpark location for exact parking times and charges. Please note that times and charges tend to vary between weekdays and weekends.