Surrender Point, Labuan Island
Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
Visit Surrender Point, an historical site commemorated with simple, small memorial. The place where Japanese forces officially surrendered to Australian Major General George Wootten on September 10, 1945, the memorial marks the location of international importance, while also commemorating the lives lost in the Pacific Theater. Simple information panels tell the story of World War II in the wider arena and detail the grimness and struggle of life on the island during the war. The memorial sits adjacent to the Peace Park, a shared venture between Malaysian and Japanese authorities that's designed to draw the two countries closer together in the modern era. Arrange your visit to Surrender Point and discover more family-friendly attractions in Labuan Island using our Labuan Island itinerary planner.
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This monument was build to remember the surrender of Japanese to Australis army. The history can be read in Labuan Museum too
Japanese surrender point is a famous & meaningful memorial spot. Another historical memorial for war.
A little tired but nicely done.
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