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Daar Island

Daar Island




"A world-class fishing destination without doubt. It is no surprise that she has been a welcome stopover for adventurers in the old days."

Undoubtedly a world-class fishing destination. The island, its blue water and sea treasures, is truly captivating to all. It has for centuries enthralled visitors with her charming beauty, idyllic bays, pristine beaches, and vibrant tropical forests.

Hence it comes as no surprise that she has been a welcome stopover for adventurers in the old days.

The main island offers fantastic stretches of white powdery sands and numerous coves that guarantee privacy and tranquility. The smaller island beckons those with an interest in observing rustic fishing villages.

How to Reach there:

By Plane
Malaysian Airlines and Air Asia (Tel: 1 300 88 9933)flies daily from Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Bandar Seri Begawan to Labuan. Royal Brunei also flies direct to Labuan from Bandar Seri Begawan.

By Boat
Optionally, high speed air conditioned ferries operate daily to Labuan from Kota Kinabalu, Sarawak and Brunei. The ride from Kota Kinabalu takes about three hours and from Brunei, about one hour.

stay & dine:

Victoria Hotel Sabah
Oriental Hotel
Sky Global Hotel
Beta Services Apartments
Port View Restaurant & Lounge
Ocean Seafood Restaurant Cafe
Mawilla Yacht Club Restaurant
Spinnaker Restaurant
Victoria's Brasserie Restaurant