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Explore the rocky cliff-side vegetation and enjoy the panoramic views of the sea at Labrador Nature Reserve. This park is an oasis of calm and a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
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It was a pleasant morning walk this time for a change of location. Took us about 10,000 steps to complete a round circuit. Along the way, one can view unique Condo architecture landscape , yachts, ships, our ports and a peacock (a pleasant surprise) to...More
We thought this park was a must see visit and we only had a few days In Singapore. If you’re trying to do the city in 4-5 days, this park can be skipped. However if you have more time and enjoy walking, it is a...More
Closest MRT is CC27 „Labrador Park”. From there, walk south ca 300m to the park. Coastal forest with trails, nice viewpoints (harbour, Sentosa island, Reflections complex) and a reproduction of the “dragon teeth” rocks that once marked the harbour entry.
the sunrise and sunset..and also why sg is one world busiest port too from all the container ships in the distance lol
with the many more mrt stops every year, getting to parks is being more accessible...though it's still around 500m to 1km away from...More
This is an easy attraction to find. Hop off MRT Labrador, turn left and walk about 8 minutes. The entrance to the park is on the right. Immediately on the right, just metres from the entrance are the walls of an early Colonial fort. Then...More
I worked at the military port at Tanjong Berlayer 50 years ago which is now part of the nature reserve.
I was a little surprised to find that there were still some parts that I recognised. It certainly brought back plenty of memories.
Arrived just as the sun was beginning to appear, on a cool Saturday morning. The drive in to the most distant car park (C) is spookily quiet, but once at C, there was lighting and a well constructed footpath. At the starting point, the lights...More
We looped around the park along the boardwalks, around the coast and then into the jungle. Each section of the walk was interesting, we saw radio-controlled planes...kingfishers and lizards on the boardwalk section...lovely giggling groups enjoying the Sunday afternoon in the park... fishermen reeling in...More
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I think the tunnel is closed but you can easily check since it is beside the entrance. The park is open to all free of charge. Take the MRT to Labrador park, turn right at the exit without crossing the road. Find the start... More
I think the tunnel is closed but you can easily check since it is beside the entrance. The park is open to all free of charge. Take the MRT to Labrador park, turn right at the exit without crossing the road. Find the start of the boardwalk and follow the mangrove walk to the sea. At the end, turn right to the park. After your visit, you can retrace your steps to the creek estuary and follow another boardwalk then a path past the Marina. When you reach the building site, turn left and at the Next street, turn right to walk to Harbourfront. If you still feel like walking, go through Vivo City to the waterfront and cross the harbour to Sentosa. This is not as hard s it sounds because the Causeway has shaded pathways and moving walkways.enjoy!