There isn't a lot to do in Sandakan as it really is an overnight stopover on the way to other places. The hotel has a good location and the rooms were clean. Sandakan has been rebuilt since World War 2 and it's clear the city planning has not been well thought through. The city sprawls and a good urban planner would fix up the waterfront and this town could be sensational. Instead, stay where your budget permits and move on.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Strategically located at town centre, Hotel Sandakan is only 20 minutes drive from the airport and within walking distance to business district, tourist attractions, centre market & the new shopping mall.We have 105 tastefully furnished rooms with 14 suites. They are fully equipped with all amenitiesneeded for a restful stay including complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, in-room safety box, minifridge and color TV with satellite channels.Our Palm Café at ground floor which offers local Malay food & Western cuisine. The Palm GardenChinese Restaurant located at 1st floor serves Dim Sum & Chinese cuisine. We have variety of function rooms, with the most up to date facilities to cater all types of events, ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Sandakan Sabah, Malaysia