Ferry from Brunei to Labuan Island
Labuan is an Island with an estimated population of 100,000 people. It's quite a close community where everyone knows everyone. The main town is known as Labuan Town (Bandar Labuan in Malay)but was formerly known as Victoria during the colonial era.
Labuan Town is among the cleanest towns in Malaysia.
Labuan was proclaimed a Federal Territory on 16/04/1984 and declared an International Offshore Financial Centre on 1/10/1990.Visitors can purchase duty free goods at Labuan as it is a free tax territory.
A few of the major businesses that are run on the island include international offshore banking, steel mills, a methanol plant, floor tiles production, flour mills as well as offshore supplies. Because of these major businesses, Labuan has many non-Labuan natives that work here.
Pulau Labuan has one of the best wreck diving sites in Asia. There are four wreck sites on the island's locally known as: Australian Wreck, American Wreck,Cement Wreck and Blue Water Wreck.
The wreck provides a very atmospheric dive thanks to the combination of the less than 10m visibility, rich coral growth, and haunting skeleton remains.
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Travelers can depart from Brunei Ferry Terminal to Labuan Island
The operators that service the routes to Labuan Island is Sera Anna Ferry.
The ferry journey will take approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.
Ticket fare starts from MYR80 per trip. Book your ferry ticket to Labuan Island now at Easybook.