Holiday-goers will find a good array of exciting sights and things to do in Labuan, be it natural, historical or cultural.
Duty-free shopping, World War II relics, traditional water villages and stunning wreck-diving sites that lay close to shore give Labuan a vibrant touristic appeal.
Did you know?
Under the exclusive jurisdiction of Malaysia’s central government, Pulau Labuan (Malay for “Labuan Island”) in Borneo is located a stone’s throw from the East Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak as well as neighbouring country Brunei Darussalam.
Nature & Animals
From pristine beaches and lush tropical gardens to vast wetlands and labyrinthine mangrove forests, Labuan is home to some marvelous natural wonders.
Historical & Cultural
Discover Labuan’s deep heritage and colorful colonial past by visiting some of the island’s finest historical and cultural offerings.
World War II
Immerse yourself in history with Labuan’s World War II points of interest scattered across the island.
See here for more on Labuan’s World War 2 sites.
Shop your day away or visit the international sea sports complex for endless thrills.