Labrador Park

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A few weeks ago we went to Labrador Nature Reserve/Labrador Park. We took the bus to Labrador Park MRT station, and we walked all the way there.

We had a look at the map, and we read the information about the park. Apparently, there are some historical relics from  World War II and even earlier here, since there used to be a British fort, called Fort Pasir Panjang, in the area.

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We walked around in the park and we realised we were on a hill. We went to a lookout point where we could see the rocky beach below the cliff, and we decided to walk all the way down there.

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We took the rather steep steps, and we found ourselves in an open area with the beach right in front of us.

There was a playground there, and the kids played a bit.

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After that, we went to explore the area. We were a bit disappointed to find that the jetty was closed.

There were quite a lot of people in the park that afternoon. Some were fishing, others were having picnic and barbecue. There were also a lot of joggers, cyclists, and some skaters.

Here are some pictures we took at the park.

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We kept walking along the beach, just kept walking, kept walking… until we reached Bukit Chermin boardwalk. The boardwalk connects Labrador Park to the promenade at Reflections at Keppel Bay.

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That’s all for our adventure in Labrador Park! We’ll definitely have to go back there someday, since there are still a lot of things to see at the park. We actually didn’t manage to see any of the historical relics, so that’s something that we’ll have to do next time.

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