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Dive Adventures - Australias Leading Scuba Diving Travel Experts, Australia and Asia Pacific




Labuan


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Malaysia

   

Kapalai
Kota Kinabalu
Labuan
Lankayan Island
Layang-Layang Island
Mabul Island
Mataking
Sepilok
Sipadan Island

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Labuan is an island located approximately 8km off the coast of the state of Sabah at the mouth of the Brunei Bay. It comprises of one main island and six smaller ones, covering an area of 92 sq. km.

It is also centrally located in the middle of the Asia-Pacific region. Labuan's inhabitants are very cosmopolitan and come from various regions around the world, creating a diverse and stimulating society.


Scuba Diving in Labuan

 

If Wrecks are your “thing”, Labuan is the place to be. The four major wrecks in Brunei Bay off the coast of the Island of Labuan are among the best in South East Asia. For history buffs, two World War II wrecks are available. If you enjoy prolific marine life, the underwater oasis formed by the "Cement Wreck" and the "Blue Water Wreck" are not to be missed.
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The other 2 wrecks are the "American Wreck" and the "Australian Wreck". These ships lie in 30-35m of water, with the top portions at 8-12m, visibility varies greatly season to season (and even day to day) from 6m to 20m.

The diving ranges from novice to experienced with penetration into hulls. Wreck diving specialty courses are available if you wish to add new skills to your diving abilities. Penetrations are possible for the properly trained diver, but the wrecks are great dives even if you choose not to enter them.

 

Other Activities in Labuan

 

Other activities available at Labuan are sport fishing, snorkelling, sailing, kayaking, horse riding or a cruise on the river banks of Menumbok, only 20 minutes boat ride from Labuan, where visitors can catch a glimpse of Proboscis monkeys.

 


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