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Labuan vacation rentals

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Villa in Labuan
Luxury 7 bedroom beachfront villa on Borneo island
Absolute beachfront retreat set in jungle setting. The ultimate in 'indoor outdoor living' to the sound of the waves. Step onto the deserted beach from the property, and walk in nature for miles. No tourists - just locals. Enjoy the sea or pool day or night - at bath temperature. Fish from the sea kayak at the property or join local fishermen. Dive amongst the world class coral reefs and wrecks. Take the ferry to Borneo and visit the orangutangs, climb Mount Kita Kinabalu or stay in a longhouse
$581 per night
Apartment in Labuan
C Residence Labuan Town area
Enjoy an elegant and stylish blend of contemporary chic and modern charm. At CResidence, you can experience the best of city living with all of your needs taken care of with a nearby grocery store, 24 hour mart, clinic, bus and taxi station, local market, eateries and entertainment hub. Just 5 minutes from Labuan Airport and Ferry Terminal, we offer guests in your home away from home stay experience.
$72 per night
Bungalow in Labuan
My place is close to the beach. You’ll love my place because of the ambiance and the views. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groups.
$52 per night

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$130 per night
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$54 per night
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$16 per night
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Red Tomato Hotel
$19 per night
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Sara Hotel Labuan
$65 per night

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Labuan

Total rentals

50 properties

Wifi availability

40 properties include access to wifi

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

10 properties have a dedicated workspace

Family-friendly rentals

20 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

300 reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$10 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Labuan

All About Labuan

Labuan is an island chain off the coast of Borneo in East Malaysia where the turquoise waters of the South China Sea lap unspoiled stretches of pearly-white sand. The west coast of the largest island — Labuan Island — is peppered with pristine beaches, from Pohon Batu Beach and its wooden fishermen’s stalls at the northern end to Layang-Layang Beach, which opens up behind a quiet row of houses to a swathe of sand dotted with coconut trees. Labuan’s warm waters and inviting shallows are ideal for swimming and snorkeling. The smaller, uninhabited islands of Kuraman Island, Pulau Rusukan Kecil, and Pulau Rusukan Besar form a protected marine park, where scuba divers can explore four major shipwrecks.

Weekly bazaars and farmers markets take place behind the Labuan Museum, where you’ll find fresh produce and local street food like Mee — a traditional noodle dish. Near Ramsey Point, the Marine Museum showcases Labuan’s enduring ties to the sea through its maritime heritage, while the Labuan Bird Park beckons birders to wander the lush walk-in aviary containing more than 600 bird species commonly found in mangrove swamps, highlands, coastal areas, and rainforests.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Labuan

Labuan experiences a hot and humid climate throughout the year. There are high chances of rain regardless of season and temperatures drop only slightly during the winter, so you’ll just need to pack light layers to hang out at the beach in the cooler months. Rainfall tends to be heavier between October and March. December through February boasts comfortable temperatures ideal for outdoor activities.

There are two annual monsoon seasons to be aware of — pack a waterproof jacket and prepare for intense showers from April through June and between September and December.

Top things to do in Labuan

Labuan Botanical Garden

The Labuan Botanical Garden — also known as Taman Botani Labuan — is a pristinely landscaped park with tropical plants, fruit trees, and flowers. In addition to orchids, bougainvillea, hibiscus, and lilies, you can take in the tranquil grounds, which include a picturesque arched bridge straddling a man-made waterway.

Labuan Marine Park

Hire a boat from the Labuan International Sea Sports Complex and head to one of four wrecks that make up this protected snorkeling and dive site a few miles southwest of the main island. Along with coral, sponge, and sea fans, you’ll also see turtles and frogfish darting in and around Cement Wreck, Blue Water Wreck, American Wreck, and Australian Wreck, all sitting at around 30 meters below the water’s surface. You’ll need special certification to explore the American Wreck.

Peace Park

Peace Park is a lush beachside park that stretches along Labuan’s west coast and serves as a symbol of peace after World War II. The park, built next to Surrender Point by the Japanese Government, features a stone plaque memorializing those who lost their lives during the war. The memorial is a white-stone arched wall, blanketed in vibrant green grass, with an inscription to peace written in English, Malay, and Japanese. You’ll also find the House of Culture and Art Gallery on the property, in addition to meticulously maintained gardens, gazebos, bridges, and ponds.

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