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While travelling around Malaysia, I have been to a number of water villages. Two that came to mind were in Tanjung Piai and Pulau Ketam. When my co-delegates and I were in Labuan to explore the tourism products of the Federal Territory, we were taken to check out Kampung Patau-Patau 1, a water village of Bruneian ... continue reading »

The Labuan War Cemetery

Jun 23, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V, Travel

This is a Commonwealth World War II graveyard with 3,908 burials, including less than 2,000 identified. Those buried here included troops from Commonwealth countries, who were killed during the Japanese invasion of Borneo as well as soldiers sacrificed in the Borneo campaign of 1945. Others were Prisoners of War in the region, and troopers perished ... continue reading »

As I have mentioned in my earlier post, Mortar Café & Lounge is the sister business of the Lazenda brand. This café is adjacent to Lazenda Hotel. With the tagline "Eat, Chill, Drink", Mortar attracts a good mix of customers of all ages, as well as locals and tourists. When I was hosted at Lazenda Hotel, ... continue reading »

Lazenda Hotel, Labuan

Jun 21, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V, Travel

During my recent tour of Labuan, with a task to explore the tourism delights of the Federal Territory, I was hosted at Lazenda Hotel, among other accommodations. As you may have read, our delegation's first accommodation during the trip was a homestay at Pilly Homestay, then we stayed at beach resorts (Palm Beach Resort & Spa ... continue reading »

Pulau Papan, Labuan

Jun 3, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V, Travel

When my fellow media friends and I visited Labuan, we did our fair share of island hopping! As you are aware, the main Labuan Island is encompassed by six smaller ones. One of them is Pulau Papan, which we had the chance to explore one morning. Pulau Papan (or Papan Island) with a land size of ... continue reading »

When visiting Labuan Island for a vacation, island hopping is one of the main activities, especially if you relish the sun, sand, sea and surf. The main island of Labuan is surrounded by six smaller ones, one of which is Pulau Rusukan Besar. 'Pulau' is the local word for island. Visiting Pulau Rusukan Besar has to ... continue reading »

Owned by Labuan Corporation, Labuan Intentional Golf Club (LIGC) was designed and built by Saujana Scape & Greens Sdn. Bhd., in collaboration with renowned Australian designer, Parslow & Winter Golf Course Design. Managed by Saujana Scape & Greens Sdn. Bhd., this is the only 18-hole golf course in Labuan. Labuan Intentional Golf Club opened its doors ... continue reading »

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