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Taiwanese tourist visit to the Four Points in Sandakan a great success

23rd February, 2018

SANDAKAN: The group of 160 Taiwanese tourists on the first international charter flight to Sandakan from Taipei, departed for home on Tuesday after a five-day stay at Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan.

Efforts had be put together and finally materialised after two years of toiling and planning with Malindo Air, Sabah Tourism Board, Sandakan Municipal Council and several local tour companies.

According to Hotel General Manager Peter Padman, the Taiwanese tourists managed to do some sightseeing and did not miss Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre, Agnes Keith House, St Michael’s and All Angels Church and also Kinabatangan area.

“They also experienced the food delights at various renowned seafood eateries in this east coast town during their stay here,” Peter said.

One of the guests, Kevin Peng and his wife, who spent three nights at the hotel’s Presidential Suite, had many a compliment on the comfort and relaxing time he had during their stay at the Four Points.

He said that he would certainly recommend Sandakan as a destination to potential travellers to Borneo.

With this inaugural flight being a success, and that this is only the beginning, Peter hoped for many more flights to take place come July and August during the summer holidays.

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