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Labrador Nature Reserve

This nature reserve is a thriving habitat for plant and animal life with a picturesque view of the sea, located at the edge of a secondary forest.

Labrador Nature Reserve is part of the Labrador Nature Park Network.

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  1. Access to the jetty and rocky shore at Labrador Nature Reserve is temporarily closed until further notice.


Along Labrador Villa Road

Park information

Park size
22 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours (except nature reserve section: 7am to 7pm)
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Parking information

Carpark A: 45 car lots, 13 motorcycle lots and 1 lot for handicapped visitors.

Carpark B: 60 car lots, 7 motorcycle lots, 2 heavy vehicle/coach lots and 1 lot for handicapped visitors.

Carpark C: 15 car lots, 6 motorcycle lots and 1 lot for handicapped visitors.

Carparks are open 24 hours. Parking fees apply to all parking lots.

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Pets not allowed
Nearby stations
  • Labrador Park MRT station
Nearby park connectors
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Wheelchair accessible
Elderly friendly
  • Do not bring your pets into the nature reserve in order to protect the wildlife. They are only allowed on the boardwalks and park areas.
  • Do not cycle or fly drones.
  • Do apply for a permit at least 1 month in advance if you are organising group activities involving more than 30 persons.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts when visiting the nature reserve

What to see

Special features

Dragon’s Teeth Gate
Dragon’s Teeth Gate

While the actual landmark was blown up in 1848 to widen the channel for modern ships to sail through, this replica serves as a monument to our maritime past.

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War relics
War relics

This coastal headland played a significant role in the history of Singapore during World War II and the remnants that dot the park tell a fascinating story.

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ComChest Green
ComChest Green

This 1-hectare extension provides a therapeutic area for senior citizens and physically challenged individuals to experience the tranquillity of the reserve.

Rocky sea cliff
Rocky sea cliff

This is the only publicly accessible rocky sea cliff on the mainland. The 10-hectare coastal secondary vegetation around it is part of the nature reserve.

Plant and animals


Hear songs from a variety of bird species and keep a lookout for the Oriental Magpie Robin and Black-Naped Oriole.

Sea Grape tree
Sea Grape tree

This coastal tree bears reddish fleshy fruits that resemble grapes. Its trunk is also rusty red and its leaves are round with distinct veins.

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Fish Poison Tree
Fish Poison Tree

This tree contains saponins that fishermen use to stun fish. Its white fluffy flowers open at night, attracting pollinators such as moths and bats.

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Plantain squirrel
Plantain squirrel

This mammal can be identified by its orange belly with black stripes that run down the sides of its body.

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What to do


Heritage appreciation

Heritage appreciation

Check out the numerous World War II relics and replicas around the nature reserve which was once a coastal artillery fort built by the British.


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