Essential Travel Information to Labuan

Overview of Labuan

Situated at the north of Brunei Bay and facing the South China Sea is the island of Labuan, an international business and financial centre. It is also Malaysia’s only deep water anchorage.

Labuan is one of Malaysia’s three federal territories. Covering an area of 92 sq km, Labuan comprises the main island as well as six islets around it.

Dubbed as ‘The Pearl of Borneo, Where Business and Leisure Meet’, this destination provides ample facilities for incentive travel. Holiday-makers will find an array of interesting sights in Labuan, be it historical, natural or cultural.

Dive sites that lay close to the shore, World War II relics, tax-free shopping and an international sea sports complex give Labuan a vibrant and world-class touristic appeal.

Visit Labuan for a holiday like no other!

How to Get There

By Air

Labuan is well-linked by air. It is easily accessible from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), situated in Peninsular Malaysia. It is also accessible from Kota Kinabalu in Sabah and Miri in Sarawak. Labuan is served by Malaysia Airlines, MASWings as well as AirAsia.

By Sea

The Labuan International Ferry Terminal receives ferries from Sabah, Sarawak and Brunei Darussalam. The journey from Kota Kinabalu takes about 3 hours. From Brunei Darussalam, Labuan is accessible in only one hour.

Alternatively, visitors can take the speed boat or the passenger ferry (capable of accommodating vehicles) from Menumbok in Sabah.