Labrador Coastal Walk & Keppel Bay

For nature trails lovers, if you love the coastal walk in Pulau Ubin, the newest coastal walk located mainland of Singapore, Bukit Chermin Coastal Walk or commonly known as Labrador Coastal Walk. Most of the locals would know that Labrador park has a long history, dating back to the 19th century. Besides historical relics from World War II left behind by the British, Labrador is also known as the massacre ground during the Japanese occupation. For now, my main entry is about the coastal walk.

Labrador Park Singapore

Labrador Coastal walk can be access from Labrador Station (Circle Line). Follow the signage and it will lead you to the entrance of the boardwalk. Click here to get map direction.

Labrador Park Singapore

Berlayer Creek is a swamp similar to Chek Jawa in Pulau Ubin. A good walk to relieve the stress from hustle and bustle of city life.

Planted plants just make the walk more greenery sight.

Labrador Park Singapore

A rare sight but simply beautiful. If you’re lucky, you might able to see animal wondering around.

Labrador Park Singapore

If you need a moment and taking a break, such spot allows you to do so. However, it doesn’t really shelter you from the rain though.

Labrador Park Singapore

Just across is the famous attraction ‘Sentosa Island’

Nature blend with the modern architecture

Labrador Park Singapore

Above the hill is a old colonial bungalow overlook the sea. It does gives me a creep actually.

Reflections at Keppel Bay

At the end of the trail, you will be able to see this high modern structure.

Reflections at Keppel Bay

Reflections at Keppel Bay is a luxury waterfront residential which as the panorama view of Mount Faber and Sentosa Island. I bet it can reach above million of dollars. I let those photos do the talking.

Keppel Bay

View of the stunning Keppel Bay

Keppel Bay

Boats and yachts

Keppel Bay

Keppel Bay Bridge. At night, this bridge will be illuminated with light.

Keppel Bay

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