Kinabenua Wetland
The Kina Benuwa Wetland and Mangrove Forest Reserve is home to some 16 mangrove species from 7 different families.

The Kina Benuwa Wetland is a pristine mangrove forest occupying the southern end of Labuan.

It is located on the lower Kinta Benua River, the longest and widest river system on the island, comprising Sungai Bangat all the way up north and Sungai Bedaun towards the west.

The Kina Benuwa Wetland is a conservation area dedicated to the protection of its rich yet fragile biodiversity and eco-system. It is easily accessible by road from the town centre.

Within the area is the Kina Benuwa Mangrove Forest reserve, home to some 16 mangrove species from 7 different families.

Take a leisurely stroll along the shady boardwalks amidst towering trees, with mangrove ‘residents’ making an occasional appearance.

There are rest platforms along the way and a restaurant where you can indulge in seafood and exchange tales of adventure after exploring the wetland and forest reserve.

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Visitor information

The wetland and forest reserve is located along Jalan Kinabenuwa, near the Ba San Miao Temple.

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