Although Kudat Riviera didn't win the global award, it did get the 5
star status, one of only three in all the nations that were given the
awards, at least in the "Development Category".
Kudat Riviera reaps awards
by Asia Property Report
Kudat Riviera, a high-end villa development in Sabah by Exquisite
Borneo Villas (EBV), won two prizes at this year's International
Property Awards, which was held in conjunction with CNBC. Kudat
Riviera took five-star awards in both the Development and Architecture
(multi-unit) and categories for Malaysia.
Now in their 13th year, the awards were presented by the BBC's former
Royal Correspondent Jennie Bond at a gala dinner in London's Grosvenor
Square. An estimated 400 property professionals representing 56
countries gathered as results were announced for 100 awards across 20
The publicity surrounding Kudat Riviera, which also features in
International Homes' 'World's Best' collection, has helped put Sabah
and Malaysian Borneo on the map for international investors looking
for an exclusive exotic home.
"The International Property Awards highlight that Kudat Riviera's
exclusive properties are among the best in the world," said Phil
Dobson, EBV's founder and Managing Director. "The Kudat Riviera blends
the tranquillity of the Caribbean, the karma and mystique of Bali and
the exotic traditions and warmth of Borneo. It offers a deluxe villa
lifestyle among unspoilt beaches with easy access to Sabah's beauty
Other Malaysia recipients in the awards included The Legend
International Water Homes by Kuala Lumpur Metro Group, which received
four-star prizes in both in the Development and Architecture (single
unit) categories. Damansara Legenda, by Mah Sing Group, also took a
four-star award in the Development category.
For Singapore, Tanglin Residences by CapitaLand Residential was the
winner in the Development category, while Karma Kandara in Bali, by
Karma Developments, won the Development and Property awards for