Hotel City View

Lot 1 Block 23, 3rd Ave, Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lot 1 Block 23, 3rd Ave, Sandakan, is near Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, Sandakan Prison Camp Memorial, Agnes Newton Keith Home, and Sandakan Rainforest Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Sandakan

    Everyday in Borneo is an Adventure

    A travel blog entry by jacquiohare on Oct 08, 2014

    8 photos

    ... life. It is so concentrated as the animals are forced into this smaller area and live alongside the river due to the de forestation due to planting of Palm oil trees.

    It was quite depressing as the drive here consisted of views of mostly Palm oil plantations on either side of the road for as far as you could see.

    Late afternoon and early morning you get a chance to see orang-utans, monitor lizards ,Proboscis monkeys, hyper long tailed and short ...

    Day 10

    A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on Sep 27, 2014

    ... looks more like a pond due to the color of the water so we've not ventured in! We didn't do too much the first day just chilled out really and listened to some guy play the flute or at least attempt to! After about 20mins of that I thought Si might actually shove the flute where the sun don't shine but he refrained! We bumped into a couple we met when we did our diving in KK who were on their hunnymoon. They ...

    In the steps of David Attenborough

    A travel blog entry by peterjl on Sep 07, 2014

    10 photos

    ... really shaken around. The road takes you out of the mountains into flatter, albeit still a little rolling, land in Sabah province. This is when we really saw deforestation and the growth of Palm oil plantations. Mile after mile of plantations as far as the eye can see. We arrived at Gomantong caves where twice a year the locals scale rickety ladders to harvest swift nests that are used in birds nest soup. We can only visit ...

    Turtle Island and a trip into the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by thelomaxfamily on Aug 17, 2014

    67 photos

    ... in small market stalls, therefore resembling a traditional Asian market.

    The next morning, we were up super early and headed back to the airport for a very short flight to Sanducan. Here we met our guide Albert, who took us on a small boat out into the sea (about an hour and a half from mainland), till we reached Turtle Island.

    Turtle Island is a rehabilitation centre and conservation centre, designed to help increase the survival rate ...

    These Are The Days Of Lasers In The Jungle

    A travel blog entry by mynameisden on Jul 16, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... LEDs, a large Union Jack, a shrine to Slash from GnR, and held together with a thousand bumper stickers and assorted plastic tat Asians seem to love (the plastic tat that I believe future generations will judge us so harshly by “Right so you spunked the Earth's dwindling resources on waving cats? Thanks for that.”), this bus was rocking.

    “Yes please, Sir!” shouted some excitable local youths as we got on, and they ...