字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 The port city of Sandakan is perched on the north eastern coast of the state of Sabah, approximately 220 km east of the region's capital Kota Kinabalu. Formally the British capital of British North Borneo, Sandakan is a city steeped in history, with a character shaped by the region's extraordinary natural and cultural diversity. Sandakan's very name will forever be associated with one of the darkest chapters in World War Two, however visitors today will discover a vibrant, forward-looking city. The Sandakan Heritage Trail is a comprehensive one hour walk that takes visitors around the city's historic and scenic treasures. Visitors can climb the Stairs with One Hundred Steps to the historic Agnes Keith House and Puu Jih Shih Temple, or pause for a quiet reflection at one of the many commemorative gardens and World War Two memorials. Located close to many of Sabah's natural wonders, visitors may have a hard time deciding what to fit into their itinerary. Home to numerous tour and trekking operators, Sandakan is the perfect getaway to the very heart of Sabah's nature.