Attraction Along Labrador Villa Road off Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore, Singapore Published on: 11-04-2016
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Why Labrador Nature Reserve is special ?
Part of the Southern Ridges, Labrador Nature Reserve is an oasis of tranquility and natural wonders. The park offers a picturesque view of the sea. A path built on the edge of the secondary forest provides a prime view of the cliff side vegetation coupled with a panoramic view of the sea. It is not uncommon to hear songs of a variety of bird species, including the Oriental Magpie-robin and Black-naped Oriole. While you are taking a leisurely stroll along one of the nature trails, you can spot squirrels scurrying up trees.
What to explore at Labrador Nature Reserve?
- Labrador Nature & Coastal Walk: This nature walk comprises Alexandra Garden Trail, Berlayer Creek mangrove trail, and Bukit Chermin Boardwalk.
- Comchest Green: This park extension is an idyllic space close to the sea, where you can enjoy the sea breeze or the many species of plants on display here.
War Relics: You can view remnants of World War II such as a genuine World War II fort, that is now surrounded by forest. http://www.yoursingapore.com/
How to get to Labrador Nature Reserve?
By MRT: With the opening of the new Labrador Park MRT station the park is getting an influx of visitors and services, and is now home to chic al-fresco eateries like the Eco Gourmet Café. From the station it’s a 15-minute walk to the park or, if it’s a weekend or public holiday, you can catch Park Bus #408 the rest of the way.
By Taxi - The fastest and
easiest way to get there. Ask the taxi driver to let you alight at Car Park A
to first explore the nature reserve and the cliff, as well as the war relics
and tunnels, before making your way to the promenade, jetty and beach. Alternatively,
you can alight at Car Park C to first explore the promenade, jetty and beach
before making your way up the cliff.
By Bus - Take bus numbers 10, 30, 51, 143 and 176 and alight along Pasir Panjang Road and head towards the park through Labrador Villa Road. Alternatively, take bus numbers 61, 93, 97, 100, 166 and 963 and alight along Alexandra Road.
- Amicable and tranquil
- nature, history and new wealth
- Nice combination of history and nature
- free break from the crowds
- A nice sea-front hangout
Along Labrador Villa Road off Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore, Singapore
Tips for you
Love the seaside and love the nature? Explore the Singapore past war artifacts and enjoy le sea breeze.
Bring your own food/dribk. Only one vending machine that sells lovely cold drinks. No ice creams!!
If you want the sea, sand and greenery all at one place, and imptly, less the crowd, this is the hidden gem!
Chillex wif my Sayang ♥
Its either big game or no game at all!!
It is a hidden place near Vivo city. The nearest subway station is Labrador Park, where you have to walk quite far to reach there. The park is next to the sea, and beside Sentosa Island, where you can see a hidden view of this island with a pretty high verticle cliff. The sea view is impressive with a lot of giant trees in the park. You can do jogging, fishing and picnic there. I have once been here to accompany a wedding couple for their wedding photos and video.A another plus is the Labrador Seafood Restaurant with very nice and fresh seafood, and alfreshco concept.
The only place in Singapore I guess where you can experience the marvelous sunset, as this place is on the western part of the island. Come here on a late afternoon, give at least two hours of walking history tour of the armaments of Great Britain installed in this once island-colony. If with kids and friends, you may have a barbecue party and some games. Very nice place for families. For photographers, this is simply heaven.
I have been to Labrador park tons of times. Love it. It's never very crowded and even at noon can be very breezy - if you go to the part where it's by the sea. There is always a sea breeze there. It can get a bit humid in the higher level of the park. While it's not very big, if you get hot and bothered, just head down to the sea to cool off.
It is a hidden place near Vivo city. The nearest subway station is Labrador Park, where you have to walk quite far to reach there. The park is next to the sea, and beside Sentosa Island, where you can see a hidden view of this island with a pretty high verticle cliff. The sea view is impressive with a lot of giant trees in the park. You can do jogging, fishing and picnic there. I have once been here to accompany a wedding couple for their wedding photos and video. A another plus is the Labrador Seafood Restaurant with very nice and fresh seafood, and alfreshco concept. Visited May 2013
When you want to escape the bustle of the city, there’s no better place than the Labrador Nature Reserve, which hugs Singapore’s southern coastline.