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Welcome to Tourism Labuan

We are promoting Labuan as an outstanding tourist destination.

Labuan Tourism as a destination of excellence and to make the tourism industry a major contributor to the socio-economic development of the nation.

Island

Labuan Tourism as a destination of excellence and to make the tourism industry a major contributor to the socio-economic development of the nation.

History

Labuan Tourism as a destination of excellence and to make the tourism industry a major contributor to the socio-economic development of the nation.

Vacation

Labuan Tourism as a destination of excellence and to make the tourism industry a major contributor to the socio-economic development of the nation.

Adventure

Labuan Tourism as a destination of excellence and to make the tourism industry a major contributor to the socio-economic development of the nation.

Destination In Labuan

Labuan Island, or Pulau Labuan, is a small, duty-free island just off the coast of Sabah in ​Borneo.

Deserted Beaches

Peaceful parks, esplanades, and a couple of outdoor eating areas compliment the beaches which, aside from weekends, are usually void of people.

Labuan Museum

The Labuan Museum has two floors of displays showcasing the history and culture of Labuan Island. This is the place to learn about the island's role in World War II, the coal mining which attracted British rule, and the local customs.

Botanical Gardens

The beautiful, shaded Botanical Gardens was once the home of Labuan Island's Government House before it was destroyed in the war. Winding paths cover the sprawling, green garden.

The Chimney

The people on Labuan Island are quite proud of their towering chimney, although no one is sure exactly what it is! The 106-foot-tall tower was constructed in the late 1800's of red bricks imported from England.

World War II Memorial

Peaceful parks, esplanades, and a couple of outdoor eating areas compliment the beaches which, aside from weekends, are usually void of people.

Surrender Point

Labuan Island was occupied by the Japanese during World War II until freed by Allied forces. The Japanese Army officially surrendered on September 10, 1945, marking the end of the brutal war for Borneo.

News From Labuan

Get to know latest news from Labuan

April 12, 2019

Labuan Island, or Pulau Labuan, is a small, duty-free island just off the coast of Sabah in ​Borneo. Despite being...

April 11, 2019

Located behind the old airport is the Botanical Garden which was formerly the site of the Government House, locally...

April 10, 2019

The Labuan Bird Park is located near the Chimney at Tanjung Kubong. It has three large dome-shaped cages...

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