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Malaysia :: Labuan Island

The duty free destination of Labuan was once a small colonial outpost of the British Empire and is now a free trade zone under the Malaysian government. The island is surrounded by pristine fringing coral reefs housing all manner for fish and marine life however there is another attraction for divers here. Four ship wrecks lie in shallow waters just south of Pulau Labuan. Diving is for all experience levels from novice to pro as penetration is possible.

 

Labuan at a glance

Accommodation : Hotel/Resort.

Highlights : Wreck diving.

Average cost of a dive : $20

Dive Sites : 4

Dive Operators : 2+

Getting there : Boat from KK, 3 hours, from Brunei 1 hour.

Off Season : None, diving year round.

labuan

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labuan wrecks

 

 
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