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Labuan Island is part of Malaysia so if you are going there from Brunei, you need to go through Malaysian immigration first at Serasa Ferry Terminal. The boat ride from Brunei takes about 45 minutes. A daily ferry can take you from Kota Kinabalu on a 3 hours trip.
The island is famous as being a dutyfree port. You can find basically most of the imported stuff for a very good price here. It is also the place to enjoy the luxury of seafood dishes!
In 1996 Labuan was reclassified as an offshore financial center, a status that brought hundreds of international banks and businesses to the island. Despite having less than 80,000 people, the island has a cluster of skyscrapers sitting adjacent to its historical town center near the busy waterfront.