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    Labuan (Lat.:5.291322,Lng.:115.245909)

    Labuan, the Pearl of Borneo, is a Federal Territory of Malaysia. It comprise of one large and six smaller islands in East Malaysia.

    Get in
    By plane
    There are daily flights to Labuan Airport (IATA: LBU) from Kuala Lumpur with Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia as well as 4 flights a day to Miri with MASWings and a couple more flights to and from Kota Kinabalu.

    By boat
    You can arrive in Labuan by ferry from Brunei, Kota Kinabalu, Lawas, Limbang, Sipitang and Menumbok, where a vehicular ferry operates. Labuan is the usual port for changing boats for those getting from Kota Kinabalu to Brunei in a day by sea.

    Get around
    Labuan Town is small enough to be comfortably explored on foot. The town is one of the most pedestrian friendly towns in Malaysia. You should not encounter any problems as most of the drivers here drive their vehicle in "slow motion". Most of the drivers will give priority to pedestrians that want to cross the street, something generally unheard of in the rest of Malaysia! However, daytime temperatures maybe slightly higher than other parts of Malaysia.

    For further destinations, bus services are available; some are vans which the locals refer to as 'buses'. Do take note that bus services end at 7pm everyday.

    Taxis are also available mainly in the town center. However, usually you may need to go to the taxi station to catch one. Do agree on the fare first before you board since all taxis in Labuan do not use the meter.

    Food, Shopping & Information
    1. All food, especially fresh seafood, is extremely well priced. But if you get the locals as a guide, they can show you some cheaper alternatives instead.
    2. The most famous local dessert is "Coconut Puding", which you wouldn't be able to find in anywhere else.
    3. Try kelupis and lamban (a food made from pulut rice and coconut milk that been wrapped by either coconut leaves for lamban or nyirik leaf for kelupis), jelurut (a sweet and creamy colored local kuih wrapped with nipah or coconut leaf) and batik cake.
    4. Another common local food in Labuan is punjung. Made from rice flour, they are little cone-sized desserts with green jelly-like fillings wrapped in banana leaves. Don't forget to try pulut panggang, made from glutinous rice and dried shrimp. This pulut panggang then wrapped by banana leaves and grilled.

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