An archipelago of seven islands, the Federal Territory of Labuan is part of a centralized province governed directly from Kuala Lumpur. It comprises the 75sqkm Pulau Labuan and six smaller islands – Pulau Burung, Pulau Daat, Pulau Kuraman, Pulau Papan, Pulau Rusukan Kecil, and Pulau Rusukan Besar.
As Brunei shares Borneo’s natural heritage, the country is a rich spot for eco-tourism, with large rainforests located mostly in the Temburong district. The natural surroundings are relatively untouched with plenty of rivers for activities such as canoeing and fishing. Jungle-trekking is another popular activity.
Labuan Travel Guide
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