This is the only 'youtiao' in Sandakan town area, the taste is good and crispy, you should try this snacks....
Wide range of food available. Go to the first floor for halal food which has a good range of Malay food. The second floor has many stalls selling Chinese food. Head for the stall with a sign '1940 original homemade kueh teow with deep fried pork'. This is the second generation operator and the recipe has been unchanged since it... More
The New market is exactly that new. A concrete building over 3 floors. Unfortunately this distracts from the charm. The central and night markets in KK are much better than this one.
It is a hive of activities @ Sandakan Central Market, possibly the largest fish market in Sabah, in the early morning. We always make it a point to visit the local market whenever we visit a new place - always found them to be interesting. Before you head inside, do walk around to the back near the waterfront where boats... More
This is not a restaurant but rather a market; it is not up to the standards of most Asian country city or town markets; few "stalls" are creatively presented and the layout we found to be confusing.
I love going to markets and this one had some interesting local products, from Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia. Lots of beautiful printed fabric and sharks and rays at the fish market. Good place to stock up on any essentials before heading out to the park. Friendly vendors.
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