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Hotel Stay-Labuan-3D2N (Package 29)

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The Sultanate of Brunei ruled Labuan Island in the 15th century. In 1840, Labuan ceded along with its islets to Britain making it the empire’s smallest colony.

The island was administered under the British Military Administration together with the rest of the Malay Settlements. On 15th July 1946, Labuan joined the North Borneo Crown Colony, which in turn became a part of the state of Sabah and Malaysia in 1963.

Its territory includes Labuan Island and six smaller islands off the coast of the state of Sabah in East Malaysia. Labuan’s capital is Victoria and is best known as an offshore financial centre since 1990 and as well as being an offshore support hub for deep water oil and gas activities in the region. It also played an important role in ending World War 2 in Borneo and became an important destination for war memorial tourism.

In 1945 Borneo was freed from the Japanese by Australian forces. The Commander of the 9th Division, Australian Imperial Force, received the unconditional surrender of the 32nd Japanese Southern Army in North Borneo and Sarawak on a spot in the north of Labuan Island which is now marked by a plaque recording the fact at the entrance of Peace Park of the Surrender Point Memorial. This became the famous historical site in Labuan Island as this is where the Japanese officially surrendered their ruling on Labuan to the Australian in charge. About 50 meters away from the surrender point (present day Peace Park), the ceremony of signing and the handover took place. Lieutenant General Masao Baba officially handed his sword as a sign of handover to Major General George Wootten during the ceremony. The ceremony marks the end of World War 2 in Borneo.

Another interesting and historical fact towards this Surrender Point is that this is the place where the trails of the first war crime were conducted in the whole of South East Asia.

3908 graves of soldiers who either died in battles or in captivity lie here. Most of the soldiers were Australians and British with some from the Punjab Signal Corp, New Zealanders a well as few locals.

The Labuan War Cemetery and Memorial is visited very regularly by war veteran groups, especially from Australia who have included Labuan as an important destination on their battle-field tour circuit. It is constructed and maintained by Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The lawns are beautifully kept and visitors will appreciate the peace and tranquility of the place as they seek to understand the senselessness of the deaths of so many brave young men.

Depending on season, we source for the best available 4-star city hotel at the quoted price.

Important Information


Room Policies & Guidelines

Single Room: -
Maximum 1 Adult in single bed or large bed with 1 breakfast

Twin Room: -
Adult: Maximum 2 adults in 2 single beds with 2 breakfast
Child: Maximum 2 children under 12 years old. Extra bed/ breakfast at additional cost.

Double Room: -
Adult: Maximum 2 adults in 1 large bed with 2 breakfast
Child: Maximum 2 children under 12 years old. Extra bed / breakfast at additional cost.

Triple Room: -
Adult: Maximum 3 adults in either 2 single beds or 1 large bed with 3 breakfast and an extra bed at additional cost.
Child: Not allowed

What to Expect
Additional Info


2-night Labuan - City Centre (Package 29)

Itinerary: -

Day 1   Home - Labuan
             Arrive Labuan airport, meet up our representative and transfer to the hotel in a private vehicle.
             We will assist your check in for 2 nights stay in the hotel with daily breakfast. Free at leisure.
             Overnight 4-star hotel at city area.

Day 2   Labuan: - Half day Historical tour
             After breakfast, proceed for a tour of historic Labuan where Japanese Soldiers surrendered to
             the Allied forces during World War Two. Visit Peace Park, the War Monument, the Chimney,
             Coal Museum,the Commonwealth Memorial Park and Labuan Square. After lunch, transfer back

             to hotel. Overnight 4-star hotel at city area. (Breakfast / Lunch included)

Day 3   Labuan - Home
            After breakfast, at leisure till transfer to Labuan airport. Meet up our representative and transfer 
to the airport in a private vehicle. We will assist you with your luggages, flight check in and walk
to your departure gate. (Breakfast included)



How to book this holiday?

Our prices are based on: -

  • Per single or twin / double room for the duration of the package.
  • Include daily breakfast for one or two persons.
  • Include return airport transfers for 1 or 2 persons in a private vehicle.
  • Include excursions in certain packages as detailed in the itinerary.
  • Include all service chargers and government taxes.
  • The hotels allow 2 children below 12 years old sharing a twin / double room with parents.
  • The hotels allow one adult to share a twin / double room as additional adult.
  • Costs of additional breakfast and extra bed, if required, for children and additional adult to be paid directly to the hotels concerned. We could make prior reservations for you.
  • After you have paid for the total purchases by debit or credit cards, a receipt will be issued to you as proof of payment, together with details of your purchases and an itinerary as per the selected package will be attached for your easy reference. Please note day 1 on the itinerary will be the date as selected to commence the tour.
  • Should you require to cancel your booking, please refer to our “Terms of service” under “Help” section on the top right-hand corner of the home page.
  • Please advise us your incoming and outgoing flight details so that airport transfers can be arranged for you.
  • Names and details of the hotel accommodation will be sent to you once payment has been made and room reservations have been confirmed by the hotels concerned.



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