Street art in Labuan

Thanks to its brightly coloured murals, numerous old buildings in Labuan are now revitalised with an artistic facelift. Some of these paintings also come complete with a 3D effect to add visual dimension and depth.

One of Labuan’s most sought-after artworks is the giant mural of Uncle Ah Ming, situated near Jalan Tun Mustapha in the heart of town. The mural relates the story of Uncle Ah Ming, a trader who sells Cincau (grass jelly drink). He inherited the business from his father more than 40 years ago after his father fell ill. Today, Uncle Ah Ming’s Cincau is still going strong as one of best drinks in town. Tempted to try? Perk up with a tall glass of Uncle Ah Ming’s Cincau after your walk!

Hailed as a national legend, Datuk Hassan Sani is a former footballer. The Labuan-born striker was famed for his agility and fast moves. This mural is created based on an old photograph that dates to the 1970s. Back then, Datuk Hassan Sani was at the tender age of 18 and had just joined the youth football team. The mural is a source of inspiration to youngsters to work towards their goals. Created by gra ti artist Amir Andhar Abu Samah, this mural occupies a prominent location near the Labuan International Ferry Terminal.

Labuan’s unique marine life including the Blue Marlin and seahorse are also featured in its street art.

General write-up on Labuan

Lying in the South China Sea, Labuan is an international business and financial centre. It is also one of Malaysia’s three federal territories. Dive sites that lay close to the shore, World War II relics and an international sea sports complex are among Labuan’s alluring attractions. In Labuan Marine Park, visitors will find some of the world’s best wreck diving sites, including the American, Australian and Blue Water wrecks. Click here to know more.

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