Built in the 18th century, the church was made of stones. It was a Japanese barracks and prisoner-of-war camp during the Japanese occupation during World War II. The glass painting in the church is very exquisite and was made by the master. Buying a ticket for ten ringgits can be used to enter and take pictures. The old church has a long history. The Chinese eldest sister told us about it.
A church with a long history, built in the late eighteenth century, the English Church. On the hillside near the seaside bus terminal (the station to Sepilok), the old church has a lot to say. Although the stained glass inside it was remade nearly 50 years later, it was made by top masters. Entering the church is a ticket of 10 MYR, 20 minutes to visit, and you can take pictures. We enter. It is said that it is one of the few Chinese people this year. A Chinese elder sister who can speak Chinese will give us a detailed explanation. Harvest, it is recommended that history fans buy tickets to enter as the upper (although it is free to give gifts on Sundays, you can’t take pictures or talk too much)
Worth going, the Church of St. Michael and All Angels is the oldest church in Sandakan ⛪️, on a hillside, so the surrounding is very quiet. It's free to visit, but I go there on Sundays, and the closing time is early. On weekends, it closes at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and opens at around 9 o'clock in the morning. The area of the church is small, but it is permeated with traces of history. Sandakan has many temples and churches, so you can visit it.
This St. Michael and All Angel's Church is located on Elton Hill in the heart of Sandakan town. To be said that St. Michael and the Parish of All Angels' church is the oldest stone building in Sabah. Well, i agreed based on the building structure. They don't have any operation hours.
Located on Elton Hill in the heart of Sandakan town, St. Michael and the Parish of All Angels' church is the oldest stone building in Sabah.