Surrender Point Memorial
Surrender Point is one of the most significant World War II sites in Labuan. ©CE Photo

Surrender Point is a place of great historical significance and a must-visit on the Labuan World War II trail.

At this very spot on Monday 10th September 1945, Lieutenant General Masao Baba, Commander of the 37th Japanese Army, surrendered the forces under his command and handed his sword over to Major General George Wootten, Commander of the 9th Division of the Australian Imperial Forces.

The official surrender ceremony that took place here in a small wooden shack that afternoon marked the end of World War II in Borneo.

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Overlooking the South China Sea, Surrender Point is situated near the beachside in Kampung Layang-Layangan just next to the Peace Park.

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