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Colours of Sandakan

 Sandakan Tourism Association (STAN) organised the Sandakan Festival with the theme “Colours of Sandakan” at Harbour Square Piazza from June 11–14. Opening speech by STAN president, Johnny Lim Colours of Sandakan laughing ceremony by YB Datum Seri Panglima Masidi Manjun Hotel and restaurant operators joined in the food bazaar and cooking demonstrations. Colours of Sandakan showcased exciting traditional handicraft bazaar and ...

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Kota Kinabalu to Sandakan, plane or bus?

Thinking of traveling to Sandakan and visiting Sepilok, Kinabatangan and Sandakan Heritage trail? The most common question is, by plane or by bus? Let IloveSabah provide you with the information. By Plane It is possible to do a day trip by taking the plane. Choose the earliest flight by Air Asia/Malaysia Airlines which departs Kota Kinabalu on 7am and 7.10am ...

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1st Malaysia International HOG Rally Flagged off

The 1st Malaysian International HOG Rally 2014 flag-off at Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa involve 80 participants and 50 Harley Davidson motorcycles. The participants are from Brunei, Thailand, China, Singapore and Malaysia all members of their respective Harley Davison Club in their country. The convoy is set for a 10-day journey going to Kota Belud, Ranau, Sandakan, Lahad Datu, ...

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Top 9 things to do in Sandakan

1) Eat Fresh Seafood Sandakan is known for its fresh seafood. You can find seafood everywhere at Sandakan. No idea where to start, head to Restoran Seafood Sim Sim 88. Bridge 8, Buli Sim Sim. Looking for a different kind of seafood, try the famous Nam Chai Seafood Bak Kut Teh at Bandar Nam Tong.    2) Explore Sandakan Heritage Trail Sandakan ...

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Exploring Sandakan Heritage Trail on foot

sandakan heritage trail

There are many old heritage around Sandakan and the best way to explore them is by following Sandakan Heritage Trail.  Sandakan Heritage Trail include the following landmark – Masjid Jamek – the oldest mosque – William Pryer Monument – Sandakan Heritage Museum – Tourist Information Centre – One Hundred Steps stairs – Agnes Keith House – Chinese Cemetery and Chinese WW2 ...

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