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Japan Bunker

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Japan Bunker

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Aeisha wrote a review Dec 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia384 contributions46 helpful votes
While in Sabang, we also visited this historical place and the distance is about 15km from our stay in Sumur Tiga. We skipped the stairs and just read the details of this place from the information board. If you plan to have a rest, few resting area is available for you. This place is not suitable for elderly people and a bit outskirt. Do make sure your fuel level is sufficient. Right after this place , you can directly go to Balohan Hill View Point for another nice view
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Date of experience: December 2019
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JerryTanEngBeng wrote a review Jun 2019
Bukit Mertajam, Malaysia21 contributions3 helpful votes
When I reach here, there is no visitor here at all, it is ramadhan month. Nice sea view with japan bunker
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Aipieange wrote a review May 2019
Singapore, Singapore41 contributions14 helpful votes
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World War 2 Japanese bunker, the view from top of the hills is stunning, too bad the bunker itself is quite dirty due to poor maintenance.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Lulu_21xx wrote a review Jul 2018
Shah Alam, Malaysia412 contributions54 helpful votes
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Weh Island is known as the “Island of a Thousand Fortresses”. The bunker is located on the east coast at Anoi Itam, just a few steps from the main road. It is a good place to visit also for the view over Malacca Strait. On the hill top is a bunker for the gunner, at the back of the hill what may have been living quarters.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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