Labuan’s streets go into full swing each weekend with bazaars, Tamu (weekend market) and Pasar Tani (farmers’ market) held downtown.

Popular shopping areas in Pulau Labuan include:

Jalan OKK Awang Besar (Labuan bazaar, Pasar Tani and duty-free shops)

Labuan’s Pasar Tani (Farmers’ Market) takes place every weekend at Jalan OKK Awang Besar. The market has a good variety of agriculture products for sale, including street food, snacks and much more.

Towards the end of the Pasar Tani is the Labuan weekend bazaar. This small bazaar mainly sells souvenirs and gifts including novelty T-shirts, toys, footwear, locally made trinkets and decorative ornaments and the like.

Duty-free shops

Duty-free shopping is one of the biggest attractions in Labuan.
Labuan enjoys a duty-free status and has a wide array of goods
to choose from.

Visitors can find everything from liquor, cosmetics, jewellery, chocolates and perfumes to local souvenirs and timepieces. Make sure to browse the mall, supermarkets and duty-free
outlets to get the best products and deals in town!

Labuan’s duty-free shops are conveniently located throughout the town center, making your retail experience easy.

Financial Park mall/complex

The Labuan Financial Park houses the most popular shopping mall on the island. The mall draws locals and tourists with its variety of retail options, including duty-free shops.

‘Labuan Walk’ signage near where the Tamu (weekend market) is held.

Labuan Tamu (weekend market)

Visitors who enjoy hunting for local delicacies and other local products should not miss the Labuan Tamu or weekend market, held on Saturdays and Sundays near Labuan Walk.

Labuan Walk is located on Jalan Dewan behind Labuan Museum. A popular meeting point, there is a Hollywood-style sign over here that reads ‘Labuan Walk’.

Labuan Central Market

The new Labuan Central Market complex also houses the Labuan UTC (Urban Tranformation Center).

Ramadhan Bazaar

Usually held during the fasting month, Ramadhan Bazaars are normally held in:

  • Ujana Kewangan (Financial Park Complex, ~40 stalls);
  • Labuan Walk (~90 stalls);
  • Labuan Central Market (~20 stalls);
  • Sg. Bedaun (~30 stalls); and
  • Jalan Mawar (~26 stalls).