Labrador Park contains an indigenous ecosystem that houses Singapore’s rich biodiversity. This includes Singapore’s only protected coastal cliff vegetation and rocky shore. Lying adjacent to the reserve is a 10-hectare park.
Experience the fascinating connection between the landscape and historical themes by tracing the journey back to the 1870s. Follow the landmarks with signage that show how Labrador transformed from a thick coastal forest and mangroves to what it is today - a tranquil nature reserve with relics of Singapore’s World War II past.
This trail will take you into the dense secondary forest housing diverse flora and fauna. You will walk through Singapore’s only coastal cliff vegetation and enjoy a spectacular view of Singapore’s offshore islands from the lookout deck. The trail will then lead you down the cliff and into the park.
After your walk, spend a relaxing afternoon basking in the sun along the sea. Have a picnic and watch the waves lapping against the shore. Or, sit back and soak in the breathtaking view of the South China Sea, the Southern Islands and passing ocean
liners and cruise ships.
Labrador Park Singapore