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- If you only have time to visit one Labuan attraction, let it be this museum.
Ten minutes walk from the ferry terminal, the museum is small but has interesting and very good summaries of Labuan under Brunei, the British (and various British private companies), the Japanese, and finally when Labuan and Sabah joined Malaysia.
It’s also air conditioned so a good transit place between ferry rides.Written 16 November 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Peaceful, clean and very well maintained.
A place to visit when you are in Labuan, location very easy to find and right in city centreWritten 27 February 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- No entrance fee and it is surely an educational place for anybody (young/adult). Definitely interesting if you have never been to a Marine (mini) museum.
The air-con was out of order when we visited and the weather wasn't helping as well. We had to walk around the museum quickly as we were dripping and sweating buckets.
Could have been a good walk and observation if the air-con was working.Written 16 December 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Through grab or taxis from Ujana Kewangan/Labuan city.
It has beautiful scenery,peace and calm.
There is also small cafe.Written 3 October 2019
- Layang-Layangan Beach is a beautiful and spotlessly clean beach on the west coast of Labuan. It faces the South China Sea and is famed for beautiful sunsets. Layang-Layang Beach is part of a string of beautiful west coast beeches which together are known as the United Nations Beaches, it is about 8km to this beach from Labuan Main Town. When we visited, on a Saturday, we had the beach to ourselves except for a couple of girls who were cleaning and raking the beach, yes it is that clean !!!
On the same beach are two interesting memorials of WWII historical interest, the Surrender Point Memorial and the Peace Park.
Entrance is free and there is ample beach front parkingWritten 10 May 2019
- Needs a touch of paint but still an important site to visit whilein Labuan. LTGEN Baba surrendered his sword to MAJGEN Wotten, Commander Australian 9th Division here in September 1945.Written 11 November 2019
- Labuan Chimney functioned as an observation deck, from which information about incoming ships could be broadcasted to Victoria Harbour and Labuan town using an optical telegraph system known as semaphore.
In terms of location, Labuan is situated at the north portion of the mouth of Brunei Bay wherein maritime traffic from the north of the bay could be effectively monitored. The structure, i.e. Labuan Chimney, is located near Raffles Anchorage which served as a coaling station for steamships between 1847 to 1870s. The four vertical lines at each side of the top of the structure represents the four lines in nautical flag signalling which indicates the existence of a port.Written 25 December 2020
- Nothing interesting in the mall, a few liquor duty free shops and perfume non duty free. If you jus want to buy liquor and chocs, there are a few in this mall. Dont expect it to be a proper shopping mall , the only brands available are Body Shop and Parkson.Written 27 February 2022
- The course was wonderful. Certainly challenging with some narrow fairways and plenty of hazards. Greens were very well maintained and fast.
The opening hours on the website is from 06:30. I arrived at 07:00 as I wanted to warm up on the driving range, unfortunately the first staff did not arrive until 30 minutes later. I asked could I use the range but was told not yet open. I then asked to buy water but was told the cafe was not yet open.
Pity as such an incredible course but slack staff. By the time the counter finally opened there were 10 people in the queue. I should add the green keeper team was already working, just the club house team not so enthusiastic.Written 27 January 2023
- Quiet and great place to do a retreat with friends and family. This is a great place to embrace nature while playing volleyball and enjoy the breeze.Written 18 November 2019
- Only rm5 entry fee
Well worth calling in if you are passing
In need of a little bit of tlc
Lots of birds and a good sized walk through avairy
As said, if passing, call on inWritten 9 October 2022
- We went there for our surface interval after a dive at Bluewater wreck. The island is so beautiful and a place to relax ourselves.Written 21 September 2019
- Nothing to shout about this beach. Just a very very short stretch of beach. People come here to relax and exerciseWritten 18 July 2020
- We park at the parking and taken some photos. Look futuristic and it always a landmark for us to identify our location haha.Written 26 February 2020
- This park is a must visit when in Labuan. Full of history, it was built by the Japanese as a memorial and also as a renunciation of the horrors of war. The gardens and ponds are immaculately maintained and it is located near the Surrender point where the Japanese officially surrendered their ruling on Labuan.Written 17 December 2019
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