Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk

There is a new coastal walk to explore in Singapore. The newly opened Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk is easily accessible from the Labrador Park MRT station. A blog post by a fellow blogger, Leone Fabre, shows how one can get to the Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk from the Labrador Park MRT station.



The Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk stretches over a distance of 2.1 km. The boardwalk is wheelchair friendly and offers a relatively easy way for most visitors to enjoy the tranquility of the mangrove and coastal area. This walk consists of three distinct segments - Alexandra Garden Trail, Berlayer Creek mangrove trail and Bukit Chermin boardwalk.

The Alexandra Garden Trail of the Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk links visitors to the Southern Ridges. Nature lovers have more places to explore with the opening of the Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk.

View of Sentosa island in the background.

What I appreciate about the Labrador Nature & Coastal Walk was that it allowed visitors like myself to gain convenient access to mesmerizing views of the Keppel Harbour, Sentosa island and the Labrador Nature Reserve.

Reflections at Keppel Bay, and Keppel Harbour


The boardwalk also offered a way to travel to the Labrador Park to enjoy the sea breezes and the rocky shores of Labrador Park.

For information on the Labrador Nature and Coatal Walk, please visit:
http://www.nparks.gov.sg/cms/docs/LabradorNature&CoastalWalk_Final.pdf

2 comments:

EastCoastLife said...

I was there during Chinese New Year to check it out too.

Happy Chinese New Year PY! May you have a bountiful year with great health and full of joy!

oceanskies79 said...

Eastcoastlife: Greetings and Happy Chinese New Year to you and your family too.