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Sandakan

Sandakan, is in Sabah, Borneo. It is the gateway to Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary and the Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary.

Sandakan was the former capital of British North Borneo until 1946. The town prospered in the early days due to its port with visiting traders from about the world. Sandakan is an important town to Australian and British WWII history with the infamous Death Marches commencing here in 1945 and . After WWII the capital moved to Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu).

"Sandakan" is derived from the Suluk word "sanda" meaning, to pawn and "kan" being the suffix. So "Sandakan" means the place that was pawned. Who pawned it, and to whom, remains a mystery.

Sandakan, is in Sabah, Borneo. It is the gateway to Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary and the Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary.

Sandakan was the former capital of British North Borneo until 1946. The town prospered in the early days due to its port with visiting traders from about the world. Sandakan is an important town to Australian and British WWII history with the infamous Death Marches commencing here in 1945 and . After WWII the capital moved to Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu).

"Sandakan" is derived from the Suluk word "sanda" meaning, to pawn and "kan" being the suffix. So "Sandakan" means the place that was pawned. Who pawned it, and to whom, remains a mystery.

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Fancy "Salted Fish"? Prawn crackers & dried shrimps are tasty and available at the local market.

Dried "Ikan Bilis" is also a locally produced product available at most shops and even at the Airport; available to bring back as gifts.

Buy

Fancy "Salted Fish"? Prawn crackers & dried shrimps are tasty and available at the local market.

Dried "Ikan Bilis" is also a locally produced product available at most shops and even at the Airport; available to bring back as gifts.

Eat

Sandakan has good and fresh seafood.

  • Restoran Ajmeer Located at mile 3 (Hing Lee) and mile 4 (Bandar Prima). We are specialized in South Indian food and Malay-styled fried food. We also serves best lamb briyani in Sabah,fish head curry, dosai, idli, vadai and all Indian traditional food. We have been awarded as Cheap and Best Restaurant in town by Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs.
  • 'Sandakan Curry House, , Beside Hotel Indah, Mile 4 , Bandar Indah. Indian and local food. Best Fish Head Curry In Town, Come & Try it...
  • Habeeb Restaurant, at the third avenue in the town. Serve nice Indian and local food. Please remember to taste the Roti Cobra here.
  • Imperial Bay View, in the newly developed Harbour Square. Serve nice Chinese food with reasonable prices.
  • Ocean King Seafood Restaurant, Pasir Putih. A pier-like structure over the water, with indoor and outdoor seating. No menus, just pick your creature from the tanks and tell the waitress/chef how you want it prepared.
  • Restaurant 2020, serves non halal Chinese cuisine, but is considered expensive by local standards. Located at Bandar Kim Fung, Mile 4.
  • English Tea House, at Mile 1 of Jalan Utara, nice ambience and serve traditional English Food.

Also, don't forget the steamboat at the Trig Hill it very tasty and the seafood is very big the price also very reasonably.

  • Tomato Sandakan. A casual restaurant serving local and western food. The menu is extensive and prices are very reasonable. Popular with locals and centrally located in town.
  • Several famous hawkers' centre in Sandakan. There are a few hawkers' centre at Sandakan located at Central Market (2nd & 3rd floor), Bandar Kim Fung Market, and Mile Eight Market. They do provide you considered delicious foods (mostly Chinese & Malay Cuisine) and the prices are very reasonable. After you've finish your foods there, do not forget to buy some kuih (something like small cake) in the market in the same building (market).

About seven kilometres outside of town in a few shoplots, there's a number of entirely or partially Chinese vegetarian restaurants serving mock meat dishes. It's a good place to stop on your way back from the Memorial Park.

Eat

Sandakan has good and fresh seafood.

  • Restoran Ajmeer Located at mile 3 (Hing Lee) and mile 4 (Bandar Prima). We are specialized in South Indian food and Malay-styled fried food. We also serves best lamb briyani in Sabah,fish head curry, dosai, idli, vadai and all Indian traditional food. We have been awarded as Cheap and Best Restaurant in town by Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs.
  • 'Sandakan Curry House, , Beside Hotel Indah, Mile 4 , Bandar Indah. Indian and local food. Best Fish Head Curry In Town, Come & Try it...
  • Habeeb Restaurant, at the third avenue in the town. Serve nice Indian and local food. Please remember to taste the Roti Cobra here.
  • Imperial Bay View, in the newly developed Harbour Square. Serve nice Chinese food with reasonable prices.
  • Ocean King Seafood Restaurant, Pasir Putih. A pier-like structure over the water, with indoor and outdoor seating. No menus, just pick your creature from the tanks and tell the waitress/chef how you want it prepared.
  • Restaurant 2020, serves non halal Chinese cuisine, but is considered expensive by local standards. Located at Bandar Kim Fung, Mile 4.
  • English Tea House, at Mile 1 of Jalan Utara, nice ambience and serve traditional English Food.

Also, don't forget the steamboat at the Trig Hill it very tasty and the seafood is very big the price also very reasonably.

  • Tomato Sandakan. A casual restaurant serving local and western food. The menu is extensive and prices are very reasonable. Popular with locals and centrally located in town.
  • Several famous hawkers' centre in Sandakan. There are a few hawkers' centre at Sandakan located at Central Market (2nd & 3rd floor), Bandar Kim Fung Market, and Mile Eight Market. They do provide you considered delicious foods (mostly Chinese & Malay Cuisine) and the prices are very reasonable. After you've finish your foods there, do not forget to buy some kuih (something like small cake) in the market in the same building (market).

About seven kilometres outside of town in a few shoplots, there's a number of entirely or partially Chinese vegetarian restaurants serving mock meat dishes. It's a good place to stop on your way back from the Memorial Park.

Do

  • Go on a river cruise on the Kinabatangan - The 560km Kinabatangan River, the longest in the state, flows pass some of the richest ecosystems on earth, especially just before it meets the sea. The Lower Kinabatangan and Sukau areas are known for its mangrove swamps and flood plains, and is home to its most famous inhabitants, the proboscis monkeys. Up river, you will go past interesting villages where the river is still the main highway. There are also opportunities to view wildlife, including elephants. The best way to do this is through tour companies from Sandakan and even Kota Kinabalu.
  • Visit the Botanical Gardens near Sepilok for a surprisingly good experience. Learn about Palm Oil and the rain forest. Walks and boats to enjoy.

Do

  • Go on a river cruise on the Kinabatangan - The 560km Kinabatangan River, the longest in the state, flows pass some of the richest ecosystems on earth, especially just before it meets the sea. The Lower Kinabatangan and Sukau areas are known for its mangrove swamps and flood plains, and is home to its most famous inhabitants, the proboscis monkeys. Up river, you will go past interesting villages where the river is still the main highway. There are also opportunities to view wildlife, including elephants. The best way to do this is through tour companies from Sandakan and even Kota Kinabalu.
  • Visit the Botanical Gardens near Sepilok for a surprisingly good experience. Learn about Palm Oil and the rain forest. Walks and boats to enjoy.

Drink

A great place to spend your evening in Sandakan is the alfresco, BaLin roofgarden on the 8th floor of NAK hotel in town. With panoramic views of the coastline and the entire stretch of town, its one of the best places to catch the Sandakan sunset and festive firework displays. Tropically designed, it has a mixed assortment of seating and chill-out corners; making the Sandakan-night sky your personal kaleidoscope. An innovative dining experience to follow. Try down along the waterfront as this area is being developed with new places opening all the time.

Drink

A great place to spend your evening in Sandakan is the alfresco, BaLin roofgarden on the 8th floor of NAK hotel in town. With panoramic views of the coastline and the entire stretch of town, its one of the best places to catch the Sandakan sunset and festive firework displays. Tropically designed, it has a mixed assortment of seating and chill-out corners; making the Sandakan-night sky your personal kaleidoscope. An innovative dining experience to follow. Try down along the waterfront as this area is being developed with new places opening all the time.

See

In town

  • Sandakan Memorial Park - Located 11km from city, the memorial park is situated on the original site of the Japanese Prisoner of War camp. The memorial park is dedicated to the men who lost their lives in the Borneo Death Marches during the Second World War. A small museum in the centre of the park provides a sombre look at the atrocities which occurred. Negotiate a taxi to take you there (15 min), and expect to pay around RM 30 including waiting time. Entry is free.
  • Puu Gih Jih - a Chinese temple on top of a hill behind Sandakan where you can get beautiful views of Labuk Bay.
  • St Michael and All Angels Cathedral - erected in the late 19th century, it is one of the oldest stone buildings in Sabah.
  • Buli Sim Sim - a picturesque water village on stilts, 3 km east of town past the big mosque. Vans go there from Sandakan.
  • Agnes Keith House and Museum - former home of author Agnes Newton Keith, now restored as a museum.

Further afield

  • Sepilok - The Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre is where orang utans rescued from plantations and also from being kept as pets are re-adapted to living in the jungle. Most popular are the twice daily feeding times when the orang utans come out from the jungle. See the Sepilok page for more details.
  • Turtle Islands Park - Three islands in ths Sulu Sea where you can see turtles laying eggs and also turtle conservation at work. You can only stay on Selingan Island. Overnight stays on Turtle Island are now offered at a whopping 600myr per person although the lowest rate is 265 myr according to the Information Centre
  • Gomantong Caves - The massive cave is home to swiftlets and their nests are harvested as a Chinese delicacy. The harvesting processes involves people climbing to the roof of the caves with bamboo poles and ladders. Getting there/away: The easiest way to get to the caves is by car from Sandakan about 100 km away. Using public transport is difficult. The caves are on the itinerary of some tour companies.
  • Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary - The journey to Labuk Bay is very rough and will take about half an hour from the main road, but it is worth it. You are guaranteed a sighting of these monkeys from a wooden balcony built in the middle of the mangrove forest. If you're lucky, you might even get to see some silvery lutungs and oriental pied hornbills. Learn more about the sanctuary here. It is definitely worth a visit, and can be arranged easily by a day tour. Entrance fee 60 MYR (March 2011). There's a bus at ~9:00 a.m. for 15 MYR. Ask at the Tourist information office in Sandakan for more details.

See

In town

  • Sandakan Memorial Park - Located 11km from city, the memorial park is situated on the original site of the Japanese Prisoner of War camp. The memorial park is dedicated to the men who lost their lives in the Borneo Death Marches during the Second World War. A small museum in the centre of the park provides a sombre look at the atrocities which occurred. Negotiate a taxi to take you there (15 min), and expect to pay around RM 30 including waiting time. Entry is free.
  • Puu Gih Jih - a Chinese temple on top of a hill behind Sandakan where you can get beautiful views of Labuk Bay.
  • St Michael and All Angels Cathedral - erected in the late 19th century, it is one of the oldest stone buildings in Sabah.
  • Buli Sim Sim - a picturesque water village on stilts, 3 km east of town past the big mosque. Vans go there from Sandakan.
  • Agnes Keith House and Museum - former home of author Agnes Newton Keith, now restored as a museum.

Further afield

  • Sepilok - The Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre is where orang utans rescued from plantations and also from being kept as pets are re-adapted to living in the jungle. Most popular are the twice daily feeding times when the orang utans come out from the jungle. See the Sepilok page for more details.
  • Turtle Islands Park - Three islands in ths Sulu Sea where you can see turtles laying eggs and also turtle conservation at work. You can only stay on Selingan Island. Overnight stays on Turtle Island are now offered at a whopping 600myr per person although the lowest rate is 265 myr according to the Information Centre
  • Gomantong Caves - The massive cave is home to swiftlets and their nests are harvested as a Chinese delicacy. The harvesting processes involves people climbing to the roof of the caves with bamboo poles and ladders. Getting there/away: The easiest way to get to the caves is by car from Sandakan about 100 km away. Using public transport is difficult. The caves are on the itinerary of some tour companies.
  • Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary - The journey to Labuk Bay is very rough and will take about half an hour from the main road, but it is worth it. You are guaranteed a sighting of these monkeys from a wooden balcony built in the middle of the mangrove forest. If you're lucky, you might even get to see some silvery lutungs and oriental pied hornbills. Learn more about the sanctuary here. It is definitely worth a visit, and can be arranged easily by a day tour. Entrance fee 60 MYR (March 2011). There's a bus at ~9:00 a.m. for 15 MYR. Ask at the Tourist information office in Sandakan for more details.

Understand

Sandakan was the former capital of British North Borneo until 1946. The town prospered in the early days due to its port with visiting traders from about the world. Sandakan is an important town to Australian and British WWII history with the infamous Death Marches commencing here in 1945 and . After WWII the capital moved to Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu).

"Sandakan" is derived from the Suluk word "sanda" meaning, to pawn and "kan" being the suffix. So "Sandakan" means the place that was pawned. Who pawned it, and to whom, remains a mystery.

Understand

Sandakan was the former capital of British North Borneo until 1946. The town prospered in the early days due to its port with visiting traders from about the world. Sandakan is an important town to Australian and British WWII history with the infamous Death Marches commencing here in 1945 and . After WWII the capital moved to Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu).

"Sandakan" is derived from the Suluk word "sanda" meaning, to pawn and "kan" being the suffix. So "Sandakan" means the place that was pawned. Who pawned it, and to whom, remains a mystery.

Get around

Taxi - travel by taxi out to places such as Sepilok or the War Memorial is easy, however fare negotiation will be required as meters are not commonly available. Taxi to Sepilok wait and return 40myr. Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary 180myr. Airport from downtown 28myr.

Bus - there are buses and vans going everywhere in the areas around Sandakan, to the airport, Sepilok, Buli Sim Sim etc.

By foot - Sandakan is only a small town and it is easy to walk around. There is a walking trail which covers all the main sites.

Get around

Taxi - travel by taxi out to places such as Sepilok or the War Memorial is easy, however fare negotiation will be required as meters are not commonly available. Taxi to Sepilok wait and return 40myr. Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary 180myr. Airport from downtown 28myr.

Bus - there are buses and vans going everywhere in the areas around Sandakan, to the airport, Sepilok, Buli Sim Sim etc.

By foot - Sandakan is only a small town and it is easy to walk around. There is a walking trail which covers all the main sites.

Go next

Tour Groups - there are many outfits offering tours to Sepilok via Sandakan and will take is the other nearby attractions.

Turtle eggs, while illegal, are obtainable at the local wet market at a very cheap rate. Bringing it out, or even buying it, when found by the custom officers or wildlife officers can really ruin your trip as they will press charges again you. Do not try! Do not get caught with turtle eggs in your luggage as police and customs officials will take a very serious view of this.

Go next

Tour Groups - there are many outfits offering tours to Sepilok via Sandakan and will take is the other nearby attractions.

Turtle eggs, while illegal, are obtainable at the local wet market at a very cheap rate. Bringing it out, or even buying it, when found by the custom officers or wildlife officers can really ruin your trip as they will press charges again you. Do not try! Do not get caught with turtle eggs in your luggage as police and customs officials will take a very serious view of this.

Sleep

  • Hotel City View at 60myr per standard room with a/c is great value. The hotel is in the town centre and the associated Hawaii Restaurant has a huge choice of excellent meals for 5 myr, popular with locals.
  • Hotel London, Lot D1-D2,Block 10, Jalan Empat (Next to Masjid Jamek Mosque),  +6089-216366,216371, e-mail: hlondon.sdk@gmail.com. In the heart of the city is a great deal for budget traveller. The room is clean and beautiful as it is newly renovated though some rooms have ventilation problems giving damp bathrooms after showers. Free WiFi. Simple breakfast (toast and instant coffee) is served in the pleasant rooftop garden. Other facilities include tour arrangement, internet access corner, all rooms are ensuite and have satellite channel (DVD player upon request) and the hotel has a backup generator in case of power outage. 55-75RM (July 2011).
  • Hotel Seafront +089 222 233. Block 43, Fourth Land, Leila Rd, Sandakan. Located 5 mins walk to the water front. This hotel offers modern, clean and comfortable rooms suitable for the independent traveller wanting something mid-range. Internet is available in the foyer. Bookings can made via the website. Note that the hotel is 4 storeys and there is no lift.From 59 MYR single, 69 MYR double.
  • NAK Hotel +6 089 272988. In Town Centre; behind HSBC and Standard Chartered banks, Malaysian Airlines office, central market & bus station, . The oldest, purpose-built hotel in Sandakan. Family run since 1966. A mix of history and the contemporary. Recently refurbished. Some rooms are thematically designed, with views of the sea. Others are not. Expect to pay MYR118 plus.
  • PAT'S Bed and Breakfast Lodge, Mile 1½ North Road, between bus station and city. Tel: 60 019 5843895 or 60 016 8345488. Manageress: Patricia Pascua. Family home atmosphere, clean dormitory rooms with fan or A/C. RM29 per pax. Comfortable living room and nice balcony. Kitchen for your own use. Laundry service available.
  • Sandakan Backpackers. Backpacker guesthouse with small dorm rooms at R25 and private rooms starting at R55. All with harbor views. Laundry runs at an expensive RM15 per kilo. Run by the owner, Zaina, who doubles as a travel agent. On Harbor Square near Gentingmas Mall, near the KFC.
  • Sandakan Hostel & Backpackers (formerly Sunset Harbor Botik Hostel),  (60) 089-221 221. Lot 126, 1st Floor, Phase 1E, Sandakan. Clean, quiet and safe located near the harbour opposite the Central Market (which offers fresh fruits, groceries, food court, pearls, and apparels from 2AM to 5PM). Some rooms has road frontage, where portion of the sea can be seen while other rooms offer no views. Fan and airconditioned dormitaries also available from RM20 onwards. Tour packages and airline ticket for all airlines can be arranged upon request.
  • Tai Lee Hotel +089-210220. It is located in Block A, Bandar Kim Fung, Mile 4, Sandakan. Room rates start from RM53 to RM75. There are three different room types to choose from. It is a strategic and convenient place located in the middle of Sandakan, where buses and taxis are easily accessible, just in front of this Hotel. It is completed with WIFI, aircon and two channels of Astro (including Astro Sports, and Wah Lai Toi). Besides, there are shoplots including restaurants, pharmacies, supermarkets, etc.
  • WinHo Lodge, Off Lebuh Dua, Town centre, Sandakan. Comfortable beds and decent sized rooms for all budgets including dorms. Double rooms, come with A/C, free wifi, ensuite and TV, and start at RM55, possibly cheaper if booked through a hostel site. March 2012
  • Swiss-Inn Waterfront Sandakan +089 240 888, fax: +089 214 888. HS12, Sandakan Harbour Square, Sandakan. Room rates start at RM140++. New hotel, located right on the waterfront esplanade. 138 trendy and compact rooms, all with A/C, free wifi and LCD TV.

Sleep

  • Hotel City View at 60myr per standard room with a/c is great value. The hotel is in the town centre and the associated Hawaii Restaurant has a huge choice of excellent meals for 5 myr, popular with locals.
  • Hotel London, Lot D1-D2,Block 10, Jalan Empat (Next to Masjid Jamek Mosque),  +6089-216366,216371, e-mail: hlondon.sdk@gmail.com. In the heart of the city is a great deal for budget traveller. The room is clean and beautiful as it is newly renovated though some rooms have ventilation problems giving damp bathrooms after showers. Free WiFi. Simple breakfast (toast and instant coffee) is served in the pleasant rooftop garden. Other facilities include tour arrangement, internet access corner, all rooms are ensuite and have satellite channel (DVD player upon request) and the hotel has a backup generator in case of power outage. 55-75RM (July 2011).
  • Hotel Seafront +089 222 233. Block 43, Fourth Land, Leila Rd, Sandakan. Located 5 mins walk to the water front. This hotel offers modern, clean and comfortable rooms suitable for the independent traveller wanting something mid-range. Internet is available in the foyer. Bookings can made via the website. Note that the hotel is 4 storeys and there is no lift.From 59 MYR single, 69 MYR double.
  • NAK Hotel +6 089 272988. In Town Centre; behind HSBC and Standard Chartered banks, Malaysian Airlines office, central market & bus station, . The oldest, purpose-built hotel in Sandakan. Family run since 1966. A mix of history and the contemporary. Recently refurbished. Some rooms are thematically designed, with views of the sea. Others are not. Expect to pay MYR118 plus.
  • PAT'S Bed and Breakfast Lodge, Mile 1½ North Road, between bus station and city. Tel: 60 019 5843895 or 60 016 8345488. Manageress: Patricia Pascua. Family home atmosphere, clean dormitory rooms with fan or A/C. RM29 per pax. Comfortable living room and nice balcony. Kitchen for your own use. Laundry service available.
  • Sandakan Backpackers. Backpacker guesthouse with small dorm rooms at R25 and private rooms starting at R55. All with harbor views. Laundry runs at an expensive RM15 per kilo. Run by the owner, Zaina, who doubles as a travel agent. On Harbor Square near Gentingmas Mall, near the KFC.
  • Sandakan Hostel & Backpackers (formerly Sunset Harbor Botik Hostel),  (60) 089-221 221. Lot 126, 1st Floor, Phase 1E, Sandakan. Clean, quiet and safe located near the harbour opposite the Central Market (which offers fresh fruits, groceries, food court, pearls, and apparels from 2AM to 5PM). Some rooms has road frontage, where portion of the sea can be seen while other rooms offer no views. Fan and airconditioned dormitaries also available from RM20 onwards. Tour packages and airline ticket for all airlines can be arranged upon request.
  • Tai Lee Hotel +089-210220. It is located in Block A, Bandar Kim Fung, Mile 4, Sandakan. Room rates start from RM53 to RM75. There are three different room types to choose from. It is a strategic and convenient place located in the middle of Sandakan, where buses and taxis are easily accessible, just in front of this Hotel. It is completed with WIFI, aircon and two channels of Astro (including Astro Sports, and Wah Lai Toi). Besides, there are shoplots including restaurants, pharmacies, supermarkets, etc.
  • WinHo Lodge, Off Lebuh Dua, Town centre, Sandakan. Comfortable beds and decent sized rooms for all budgets including dorms. Double rooms, come with A/C, free wifi, ensuite and TV, and start at RM55, possibly cheaper if booked through a hostel site. March 2012
  • Swiss-Inn Waterfront Sandakan +089 240 888, fax: +089 214 888. HS12, Sandakan Harbour Square, Sandakan. Room rates start at RM140++. New hotel, located right on the waterfront esplanade. 138 trendy and compact rooms, all with A/C, free wifi and LCD TV.

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Sapporo Snacks House
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Jeff Teoh
Mango chicken nice! Recommended.
Distance: 1.62 km
Maya Hamdan
Love the fries and its sauce.
Distance: 0.58 km
Sabah Hotel, Plantation Cafe
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iryniizzty .A
Free wifi at the lobby cafe and poolside plantation cafe
Distance: 1.74 km
Champ's Bowl
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Nice place. Main bowl sambil mkn , best hotel
Distance: 1.83 km
Harbour Bistro Café
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Victor Lukas
Best hinava or kinilau town :)
Distance: 0.49 km
KFC
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Boy Morris
Makan sini lepas pukul 3ptg besst!! Leh lepak luar tgk laut..
Distance: 0.71 km
Four Points Sandakan The Best Brew
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Teo SoonKiat
Nice view to get my breakfast~~~
Distance: 0.64 km
7 Eleven
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Welcome to the Travyde travel guide to Sandakan! Find out what to see, do, explore, buy, eat, and sleep in Sandakan, as well as suggested itineraries, feedback from other traveller's, travel blog entries, video guides, relevant social media content and much more. Sandakan, is in Sabah, Borneo. It is the gateway to Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary and the Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary.Understand Sandakan was the former capital of British North Borneo until 1946. The town prospered in the early days due to its port with visiting traders from about the world. Sandakan is an important town to Australian and British WWII history with the infamous Death Marches commencing here in 1945 and . After WWII the capital moved to Jesselton (now Kota Kinabalu). "Sandakan"
Distance: 0.85 km
Coto Makassar Hap Shing
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Zazu Muahssxx Avelino
yummy...sedapnya coto makassar
Distance: 0.57 km
Pasar Umum Sandakan
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Naz Ramli
If u're looking for the perfect FARMERS MARKET..here it is..great produce bulk items..:))
Distance: 0.79 km
English Tea House & Restaurant
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Natalie Tong
SHEPHERD'S PIE..a rich helping of succulent lamb, mashed potatoes, cheese & served with buttered vegetables..are worth a TRY..!
Distance: 0.98 km
Sandakan Waterfront
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Mike Yau
Local authorities need tell the locals not to trash into river. Lots of plastic bags, foam boxes, Macdonald cups.
Distance: 0.59 km
Four Points Sandakan Wrapped
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Sie Sie
Having latte while enjoying the blue sea and the side boulevard...bliss.
Distance: 0.66 km
Kedai Kopi Sabar Menanti
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Famous for its nasi lalap, but the service was kinda slow duhh
Distance: 0.93 km
LV Thien
Nothing beats the VIEW of exotics, while enjoying the coffee & fries..:))
Distance: 0.65 km
Ming Chinese Restaurant
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Only cheap for lunch menu. Dinner is expensive $$$
Distance: 1.76 km
Syn Ming Hing Cake & Cafe
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LV Thien
Cleanliness 'A'...make sure to order their KON LAO PRAWN MEE..delicious!!
Distance: 0.8 km
Swimming Pool @ Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan
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big swimming pool.. 1.2M/4FT & 0.5M/1.6FT. pool coupling with d sea.. dont forget bring ur underwater camera as well.
Distance: 0.66 km
Jason Wee
View of the sea area is awesome here..!
Distance: 0.65 km
Semak gila. Kemas kn kedai anda haha
Distance: 0.53 km
Najmi Radzi
Brand new SHOPPING MALL..:)
Distance: 0.67 km
💕Azie Azɐriɐh™
My Harbour Restaurant
Distance: 0.54 km
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Mohd Rosli Kedah
mau cari port memancing yg besh..any idea?
Distance: 0.48 km
Agnes Keith House
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Definitely worth a peak if you have time to stroll and take it in. They've done a great job preserving and presenting the Keith's life in the 40s and 50s.
Distance: 1.02 km
Tam Kopitiam 生肉海鮮粥麵館
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Ant tky
Fresh seafood, noodles & porridge
Distance: 0.67 km

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