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Labuan Tourism Information
Labuan is basically a group of islands that consist of one large one as well as six smaller islands. The islands are locater in East Malaysia that lies off the coast of Borneo. The other six islands of Labuan include Pulau Burung, Pulau Papan, Pulau Rusukan Kecil, Pulau Daat, Pulau Kuraman and Pulau Rusukan Besar.
The island has an estimated population of 80,000 people and with such a small community the people there knows one another. On 16th of April 1984, Labuan was proclaimed as a Federal Territory and on 1st of October 1990 was declared as an International Offshore Financial Centre. There are a few major businesses that operated on the island such as steel mills, floor tiles production, International Offshore Banking Centre, methanol plant, flour mill as well as other offshore supplies. Due to these major businesses that have set up operation on the island you will also be able to find a lot of non-Labuan people working there.
The island of Labuan is situated off the northwest coast of Borneo and north of the Brunei Bay which also faces the South China Sea. As mentioned besides the main island of Labuan there are also six smaller islands which includes Pulau Burung, Pulau Papan, Pulau Rusukan Kecil, Pulau Daat, Pulau Kuraman and Pulau Rusukan Besar. The cluster of islands is located at 05 latitude North and 115 longitude East and about 10km southeast off the coast of the East Malaysian state of Sabah.
You can reach Labuan from Menumbok which is a small fishing town in Sabah that is only 8km or a twenty minute boat ride. There are also high speed air-conditioned ferries that operate the routes to Labuan from various departure points that include the state of Sarawak, Sabah and the neighboring country of Brunei. The journey from the capital of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu will take at least 3 hours while traveling from Brunei will last about an hour. The journey is roughly equidistant of traveling to Jakarta, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Manila. If you plan to fly to Labuan there are direct flights from Kuala Lumpur and also from Brunei.
The island itself is mainly flat and undulating while the highest point on the island is measured at only 85 meters. While more than 70 percent of the island is still underdeveloped and consists mostly of vegetation, the area that is utilized are geared more towards property and industrial use as such there is less agricultural activity in the area. The island’s prime land, waterfront and suburbs are then used for development in terms of tourism and residential use. The shipbuilding, manufacturing and oil and gas industries are located on a sizeable area on the south western side of the island.
Like the other areas in East Malaysia, Labuan also has a tropical climate with two annual monsoon seasons. One is the South West monsoon that occurs from the month of April to June while the other one is the North East monsoon that happens from the month of September to December. Apart from that Labuan is also free from natural disasters such as typhoons and hurricanes while enjoying good climate all year round. With its tropical climate you can expect the temperature of Labuan to average between 28 to 32 degrees Celsius.
Being one of the top travel destinations in the world means that Langkawi Island has a strong reputation among travellers. If you are planning a trip to Langkawi Island, chances are you have high expectations even before arriving here.
All the best attractions in Langkawi
From natures walk to modern structures, Langkawi Island has it all.
Waterfalls The Telaga Tujuh or Seven Wells Waterfalls awaits you if you like to indulge into nature. From Kuah town, you can easily get here through the Oriental Village. Along the way, you will spot the 7 natural pools which has all sorts of mythical stories. At the falls, you can simply appreciate the peace and tranquillity of the pools at the foot of the gushing waters.
Langkawi Cable Car Not many people knew this but the Langkawi Cable Car is actually one of the most high-technology and state-of-the-art structure in Malaysia. If you like to see the beautiful sights that span across the seas and Pantai Cenang, you must take the Cable Car. Take note that if you are here during the peak season, the waiting time can be quite long. At the SkyBridge, you will be able to see some of the most breath-taking sights you will ever come across.
Mountain Climbing This is one for those who like sceneries and landscapes. There is a paved road that leads you to the peak of the tallest point in Langkawi Island which is Gunung Raya. The lookout tower here is quite exciting as you get to see more and enjoy the sights better.
Local Agriculture Industry The Laman Padi Rice Garden is where you can go to see how rice is cultivated in the island. There is actually a museum here with a guided tour which is free of charge. This is Langkawi Island is part of Kedah which is known to be the rice-bowl of Malaysia, producing a majority of the supply of rice for the country.
Underwater World One of the highlights of Langkawi Island, the Underwater World is basically an indoor mega-aquarium. If you want to know more about the sealife around here without getting wet or dirty, the Underwater World is your best choice. Try to be here during the feeding times and you can view something which is totally out-of-this-world.
Eagle Square This is an important icon of Langkawi because it is where you will find a gigantic eagle structure. Real eagles actually stop by around here during their flights while you will find a lot of beautiful locations for photographs and such. It is one of the main tourist spots in the entire island as it is near to the Kuah jetty where the ferries drop the passengers off.
Oriental Village If you like shopping for local products and to be part of traditions, then come by to this place. This is where there will be countless activities throughout the day which will be more vibrant during the peak seasons. Take your time to walk around here and look at silat demonstrations, kite flying or go shopping in the duty-free outlet. Besides that, you can go for elephant rides or enjoy a local meal or two.
Galerie Perdana This gallery offers a great place to see all the gifts and memorabilia given to Malaysia by foreign partners and countries when Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was the prime minister of Malaysia.
Beaches The names of Pantai Cenang and Pantai Kok will resonate as those are among the most popular beaches in Langkawi Island. At the beaches, you will find a lot of operators who will be providing all types of water sports. You can go snorkelling, boat rides or jet-skiing.