Agnes Keith House which is located in the town area of Sandakan is definitely a place to visit when you’re in Sabah. With no doubts, Agnes Keith House is well known for its historical background story. Now, this house is a heritage building and more like a museum which displays portraying pictures, documents and portraits of Keith Family.
This house has its very own living room furniture with an amazing interior design. The parts of the house are mostly made of woods and to be reminded that we will have to remove our shoes before entering into the house. Similar to ancient houses in Europe countries, there is an old record player, dining hall with a table for eight person, study rooms on the first floor, master bedroom and four books written by Agnes Keith being exhibited. There are lots more to be explored in this heritage house of course! All you need to do is to get there and discover the antique and historic Agnes Keith House.
To get to the Agnes Keith House, you can walk from the Sandakan Town which is 20minutes walking distance. The other alternate way is certainly by your own transportation, or by a taxi. Its operating hours is 7 days a week from 9am until 5pm. The entry fee is free for senior citizen and children below 12 years with MyKad. For the rest with Mykad holder is just RM 2.00. While for the non-MyKad holders are RM 15.00. The entry fee is affordable and worth to be visited by everyone who visits Sandakan.
On top of that, this place is located near to the Sandakan Bay and right next to the English Teahouse. For tea lover, this could even sound better for you. With a strategic location, it will never be a waste of time to visit the Agnes Keith House of Sandakan as you get to learn the ancient background of this house.
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