Sandakan Heritage Trail
Sandakan Heritage Trail (Malay: Jejak Warisan Sandakan) is a trail connecting several historical sites in Sandakan, a town in the east Malaysian state of Sabah. It is marked with white concrete tiles placed on the ground showing a red footprint the words "Heritage Trail" in either black or gold.
Sandakan was almost completely destroyed during Second World War. The few remaining historical relics of the former North Borneo capital was combined into a historical trails in 2003 as Sandakan Heritage Trail (SHT).
At present, the eleven stations of the Heritage Trail are as follows:
- Sandakan Jamek Mosque
- MPS Square with the William Pryer Monument, the Chartered Company Monument, the Sandakan War Monument and the Sandakan Liberation Monument
- 100-step staircase
- Agnes Keith House
- Historic staircase
- Goddess of Mercy Temple
- Singapore Road
- St. Michael's and All Angels Church
- Sam Sing Kung Temple
- Malaysia fountain
- Tourist Information Centre and Sandakan Heritage Museum
- "Sandakan to be revitalised when heritage trails are completed". The Star. 25 December 2010. Retrieved 27 November 2014.
- "Sandakan Heritage Trails" (PDF). Borneo Sandakan Tours. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 October 2016. Retrieved 3 October 2016.