Labuan island, Malaysia is rich with its historical places and marine life. All these places are open for public to visit.
Along Jalan Tanjung Batu, where locals would pass by indifferently on their tooting motorcycles and zooming cars, lie 3,908 soldiers in perfectly squared platoons. These soldiers were from all over: Australia, Great Britain, India, New Zealand and even Malaysia.
The monument known as Chimney is one of the most famous and unique historical landmark in the Federal Terriotry of Labuan.
Peace Park or locally known as Taman Damai was built to commemorate the fallen soldiers whom fought in Borneo Island and its surrounding waters during the World War 2.
Located strategically in the middle of Labuan town, Labuan Museum open daily from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
This museum features 16 galleries that showcase the marine heritage around the waters of Labuan.
Labuan Marine Park or locally known as Taman Laut Labuan consists of 3 islands namely Pulau Rusukan Besar, Rusukan Kecil and Pulau Kuraman.
Labuan Bird Park is a bird sanctuary swathed by lush green tropical rainforest with a rich bio-diverse habitat of insects, flora and fauna.