Labuan Corporation and Tourism Malaysia launch the 5th publication of ‘BEST OF LABUAN HOLIDAY PACKAGES 2020’ in conjunction with Visit Malaysia 2020. The aim is to hit the target of getting 30 million tourists/visitors into the island.
My first trip to Labuan was an eye-opener as I never thought that a small island like this has many fascinating spots that can actually be charming! Read on to see the highlights of my trip that I think any city girl would adore!
Labuan Corporation, together with Gaya Travel Magazine will organize a social media contest, starting from today until 23 December 2018. This contest comprises three (3) categories such as ‘Best Video’, ‘Best Story’ and ‘Best Photo’ with a total of RM19,500 cash prizes to be won.
In conjunction with Malaysia Year of Festivals (MyFest) 2015, the state of Sabah promoted one of Malaysia’s most important events held in Labuan, which was the annual Malaysia Water Festival – Labuan National Sea Challenge.
It was such an amazing experience to visit and to explore Labuan, the Pearl of Borneo. This island, known for its status as an offshore financial centre offering international financial services, is also gazetted as one of the three Federal Territories of Malaysia (the other two being Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya).