Labrador Nature Reserve
Cradled near the coast of Southern Singapore, Labrador Nature Reserve is a nature park that features 55-acres of well-preserved habitats, interesting sights, breathtaking seascape, and real relics from the Second World War.
Labrador Nature Reserve is a proof of how Singapore, despite its stellar modernisation, values their nature — this attraction boasts of rich biodiversity that includes more than 50 species of birds, 11 butterfly species, and different varieties of trees. Aside from that, this reserve also once served as a fort during the Second World War — wartime relics are aplenty in this destination. Health buffs will enjoy the fitness station and the scenic jogging path that goes around the reserve.
This attraction is located at Labrador Villa Road, Singapore.
Opening Days and Hours
Open 24 hours, daily.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Entrance fee is SGD 8 (USD 6.11) per person.
How to Get There
- Alight at the Labrador Park MRT station.
- Walk the rest of the way to the reserve.
- Backpackers/solo travelers
- Group of friends
Time to Spend
The average duration spent in this attraction is 1 to 2 hours.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit Labrador Nature Reserve is between 9:00 and 12:00. If you prefer to visit in the afternoon, visit before 16:00.
Some of the dining options in the area include Tamarind Hill, Canton Paradise Signature, Portico, Himawari Japanese Restaurant, and Auntie Kim’s.
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Find accommodations at nearby hotels including Harbour Ville Hotel, Park Alexandria, Fragrance Hotel, Hotel Mi, and Festive Hotel. Rates range from USD 65 to USD 250.