One of Labuan’s famous landmarks is the Chimney Tower, located along Jalan Merdeka on the main island. An icon and symbol of pride to the locals, the Chimney is a … Read More
If you have been following my social media accounts, you would know that I was in Labuan (again) recently. It was my second trip to the Federal Territory this year. … Read More
The mention of Labuan draws puzzled looks among many Malaysians. Where is it located? Is it part of Sabah? No, Labuan, named after “labuhan” or harbour, is the second Federal … Read More
Another exhilarating activity that our delegation attended while touring Labuan for a week was the ATV (all-terrain vehicle) challenge. Operated by Smart Ryders Club, this is a fairly new product … Read More
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.
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 … Read More