Sam Sing Kung Temple, Sandakan

#6 of 6 in Historic Sites in Sandakan
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Sam Sing Kung Temple (Chinese: 三聖宮)

(also known as the Three Saints Temple) is a Chinese temple in Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia. Built in 1887, the temple is the third oldest temple in Sandakan, after Goddess of Mercy Temple and Tam Kung Temple. It is part of the Sandakan Heritage Trail.

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  • This is a heritage temple which contain a wealth of information on the early history of Sandakan. The bronze bell is one of the old artifacts. Recently receiving a new coat of paint and other...  more »
  • This is one of the many older Temples that is still standing right in the City center of Sandakan Town.  more »
  • A nice little temple along the heritage trail. It's fairly small and it isn't super flashy, but it's got a lot of history and the interior is very interesting to see.
  • Old tample , located near padang bandaran sandakan is the famous place to visit

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