There is no shortage of outdoor areas where Singaporeans, expats and tourists alike can explore for a nature-filled experience. But besides the usual MacRitchie Treetop Trail and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, another scenic outdoor adventure awaits at… Labrador Park!
The Nature and Coastal Walk is perfect for those looking for a chill experience, and is divided into three main areas: Alexandra Garden Trail, Berlayer Creek mangrove trail and Bukit Chermin Boardwalk. Each area is brimming with plenty of flora and fauna, such as mangrove plant species and a variety of birds and fishes.
Along the way, you’ll also get to take in mesmerizing sights of landmarks from afar, such as Sentosa Island, Keppel Bay Harbour and Vivocity.The coastal walk itself is suitable for casual hikers and children, but for those who want to challenge themselves further can also attempt the route to and fro Labrador Nature Reserve and the Southern Ridges. This will require more time and endurance, but you’ll be rewarded with plenty to see along the way, including mudskippers, bright orange-red flowers and panoramic photo opportunities at Henderson Waves!
Situated near Labrador Park MRT Station, it’s a convenient option if you’re looking to clear your head and soak in some fresh air. Besides taking the train, you can also easily access the trail via car and park at Labrador Part MRT station, or via several bus services available. The next time you’re looking for somewhere new to go to for an active family day out, now you know!
The Nature and Coastal Walk at Labrador Park is suitable for all sorts of activities, be it a leisurely stroll, cycling or an intense run.
Families, hiking beginners, and anyone interested to explore nature!
The total distance of the coastal walk is 2.1km and will take about 45 minutes to complete. Doing a full trial can take up to 3 hours so it’s best to go prepared.