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Things To Do in Labuan

23 Reviews
E33***45A very interesting place to travel. There are many tourist locations to visit. Port is an island full of history.
4 Reviews
E33***45a must-visit place if traveling to labuan by tourists to see the history of how coal processing is carried out. there are various types of artifacts provided for visitors.
5 Reviews
cdpuweiThe Labuan War Memorial is a cemetery with a beautiful environment, green lawns and whirling trees. It is not a gloomy cemetery at all. It is mainly to commemorate the thousands of British, Australia and New Zealand who died in World War II. soldier. The name of the soldiers is also recorded on the pillar next to it, and there are also some historical records.
3 Reviews
_We***51This place looks like Darth Vader lives in it. Proper evil-looking. Looks mad cool, but I wouldn’t recommend going out of your way to look at it.
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vivienvivienRented a speedboat to the mangroves, 300 MYR / 2 hour for nine of us, this one must come, really beautiful and beautiful, and our captain was really awesome. There are many different sights around the mangrove, see monkeys, see osprey, see melting caves, see bats, and see different shapes of islands. The most important thing is really cool.
2 Reviews
M32***23The place of Japan's surrender is near the National Heroes Monument in Malaysia. It is worth visiting. The history of Malaysia is displayed here. There are many detailed texts and pictures introduced. It is a good spot for humanities research!