Labuan is the second Federal Territory in Malaysia after Kuala Lumpur. Labuan is well known for its tax free duty items, Oil & Gas industry and International Financial Services.
Life in Labuan island is simple and peaceful.
This island is rich with its historical events and monuments from the World War II. It is also a home for one of the diversified Marine Park in Malaysia.
When in Labuan, kindly please practice Physical Distancing, wear mask in public area and keep a good hygiene. Together we can stop the COVID-19. For more information or enquiry, please contact Crisis Preparedness And Response Centre (CPRC) Hotline : 087-596160 or email : email@example.com
Movement Control Order Status : Phase 4 National Recovery Plan beginning 24th August 2021.
For latest update on Standard Procedure and Requirement to enter Labuan, read our update HERE.
Labuan island is connected to mainland Sabah, Sarawak and Brunei Darussalam by Ferry Vehicles, Ferry Express and Speedboat that operates daily. It is also connected by flights to Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu and Miri. While on this island, public transportations ranging from buses, taxis and e-Hailing driver.