4 min (550.0m). The Sandakan Central Market is where you can find the most cheapest, amazing and largest variety of seafood in Sabah.
Sandakan Heritage Trails
7 mins (2.4km). The Sandakan Heritage Trail is a comprehensive walk that covers the town's important and interesting sites which have contributed to her rich historical past
Puu Ji Shih Temple
12 mins (5.2 km). Puu Jih Shih Temple is a Buddhist temple located at the hilltop of Tanah Merah at Sandakan Bay, Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia. It is the biggest Buddhist temple in Sandakan
St. Micheal's and All Angels Church
6 mins (1.7 km). This icon on a hill had been established in 1983 and construction took 30 years to complete. It managed to survive World War II and today remains one of the most beautiful structures in Sandakan.
Agnes Keith House
8 mins (2.4 km). This spacious colonial style double-storey house was where Agnes Keith, the writer of ‘Land Below the Wind’, used to live. This is also where you and your family can learn the story about Sandakan during 1930’s.
Rainforest Discovery Centre
19 mins (9.9 km). Get to view wildlife more closely from a 28-metre high canopy walk. There are 250 species of birds that can be spotted throughout the year like Borneo Bristlehead, Hornbills, and Kingfishers.
Sun Bear Conservation Centre
38 mins (26.1 km). Allows nature lovers to witness the Malayan sun bear, which is the world’s smallest bear species that is under threat due to massive deforestation and poaching.
Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre
38 mins (26.1 km). Witness the extraordinary orangutans in less than an hour’s drive from Sandakan city at Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, which serves as a natural classroom and treatment sanctuary for this species that can only be found in Borneo and Sumatra!
Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary
53 mins (43.1 km). This is the place where you and your family get the chance to get close to the iconic proboscis monkey, including other animals like oriental pied hornbills and adorable silver leaf monkeys.