Also locally known as Labrador Park is located in the southern part of the main island of Singapore. It is an oasis of tranqulity and natural wonder. It contains the only rocky sea-cliff on the mainland that is accessible to the public. Since 2002, 10 hectares of coastal secondary vegetation and its rocky shore have been gazetted as a Nature Reserve.
We took a leisurely walk around Labrador Nature Reserve, enjoying the sea breeze, and the many nature-themed mosaic images along the pavement by the sea.
This nature reserve contains more than 50 species of birds and has recorded more than 11 species of butterflies. In addition, the rocky shore contains a multitude of corals and crabs and more. These include, but are not limited to, sea grasses, sandworms and horseshoe crabs. The 300 metres Labrador beach is where marine flora and fauna grow. Plants including the sea-grapes, sea-fan and red algae are sources of food for the fauna.
There is only one bus service that goes all the way to Labrador Nature Reserve. Service 408 from Harbourfront bus interchange (Loop) and operates only during weekends and public holidays.