Muzium Marin Labuan
With 16 galleries, the two-storey museum features a wide variety of marine life, especially from the waters around Labuan.

House in a building designed to resemble a ship, the Labuan Marine Museum or Muzium Marin Labuan takes visitors on a journey into the fascinating world of aquatic wonders.

The Labuan Marine Museum’s main attractions are a 12-meter long skeleton of a baby finback whale that washed up on Malacca’s shores in 1892 and a preserved Dugong, the legendary marine mammal.

Other marine heritage on display include live sharks, artefacts from shipwrecks, aquatic plants as well as live and preserved zooplanktons.

At the interactive Touch Pool, visitors get a chance to touch and feel marine inhabitants such as sea cucumbers and starfish.

Muzium Marin Labuan is part of the Labuan International Sea Sports Complex.


Visitor information

Telephone: +6087 425 927

Opening hours: 8.30am – 5.00pm daily. CLosed during first day of Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Hari Raya Aidiladha.

Entry fee: Free of charge. Guided tours available upon request.