Double Six Monument

The Double Six Monument (Malay: Tugu Peringatan Double Six) is a memorial located at Sembulan area in Grace Garden housing complex in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia which marks the site of 6 June 1976 fatal plane crash known as the Double Six Tragedy bearing the first Chief Minister of Sabah, Tun Fuad Stephens, as well as six other State ministers.[1][2][3]

Double Six Monument
Tugu Peringatan Double Six
KotaKinabalu Sabah TuguPeringatan DoubleSix-1.jpg
Coordinates5°57′43.98″N 116°3′42.52″E / 5.9622167°N 116.0618111°E / 5.9622167; 116.0618111Coordinates: 5°57′43.98″N 116°3′42.52″E / 5.9622167°N 116.0618111°E / 5.9622167; 116.0618111
LocationSembulan, Kota Kinabalu
Dedicated toState ministers perished in aircraft crash


The monument features the list of all victims in the crash, with all are the government officials of Sabah:

  • Fuad StephensChief Minister of Sabah
  • Peter Mojuntin – State Minister for Local Government
  • Chong Tain Vun – Minister of Communications and Public Works
  • Salleh Sulong – State Finance Minister
  • Darius Binion – State Assistant Minister for Chief Minister
  • Wahid Andu – Permanent Secretary of the State Ministry of Finance
  • Syed Hussein Wafa – Director of State Economic Planning Unit
  • Ishak Atan – Private Secretary to Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah
  • Corporal Mohd Said – Fuad Stephens bodyguard
  • Captain Ghani Nathan – Pilot
  • Johari Stephens – Fuad Stephens eldest son


  1. ^ "Double Six Monument". Sabah Tourism. Archived from the original on 27 June 2019. Retrieved 27 June 2019.
  2. ^ Olivia Miwil (7 June 2016). "Remembering the Double Six tragedy". New Straits Times. Retrieved 27 June 2019.
  3. ^ Philip Golingai (9 June 2018). "Double Six tragedy still remains a mystery". The Star. Retrieved 27 June 2019.

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