I almost deleted Sandakan Memorial Park from my travel plan. I'm glad I didn't. Sandakan Memorial Park is a lovely and cool oasis with a very nice view. This park was built to commemorate the residents of Australia, Britain, New Zealand and Sandakan. They endured three years of barbaric occupation by Japan during World War II. The information here is very rich, and many stories are very touching. Here you can see many real historical events and the stories left by the 6 prisoners who survived the concentration camp. Sandakan Memorial Park is well worth a visit.
This park is very peaceful and beautiful. A series of atrocities took place near the end of World War II. The gardens and paths leading to the buildings here are very well preserved and very beautiful.
Lots of historical memories and the beauty of a fresh and clean nature without garbage
Sandakan Memorial Park, located in downtown Sabah, is a famous prisoner of war camp for the Second World War. There is a museum in the memorial park, which mainly introduces how Japanese fascists cruelly treated allied prisoners of war, as well as many exhibits from the past.
This is mainly to remember a period of history during World War II. The park used to be a prisoner of war camp during World War II, and was later established to commemorate the victims. There are many small museums in the park that tell the tragic history. The scope of the park is not very large, it takes about an hour to visit.