Sansheng Palace is really a treasured place of feng shui, it is very popular, and the incense is very strong. Devout tourists from all over the world come here to stop and admire it. The whole is great. It is worth a visit. It has a sense of historical heritage ~ recommended!
The place is too small, there are no people, there is nothing to play, it’s not good at all. The decoration inside is Chinese style, screens and tea sets are included.
Sam Sing Kung is a chinese temple in Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia. Built in 1887, the temple is quite rundown but it's well taken care of.Suprisingly they even held an event for public. Known as Temple Run. Cheap and worth to paid. I think like 15MYR - 25MYR per entry. No cert upon done but shirt was givenaway.
Sam Sing Kung temple (also pronounced 'Sam Sing Gong') dates from 1887, making it the oldest building in Sandakan. It was also known as the 3rd oldest Chinese Temple in Sandakan.
Here, you can clearly feel the influence of the Chinese on the local culture.
It opens at 7 in the morning and closes at 3 in the evening. Don't come here for nothing after time has passed