Explore the rocky cliff-side vegetation and enjoy the panoramic views of the sea at Labrador Nature Reserve. This park is an oasis of calm and a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
A leisurely stroll along one of the nature trails affords a peek of some of the 50 bird species and 11 butterfly species that have made the park their home. You might even spot squirrels climbing up trees or hear songs sung by the Oriole or Oriental Magpie-robins.
You can also soak up some history with a visit to the World War II remnants. The war relics, tunnels and a fort provide an interactive learning experience, while guided tours of the tunnels run daily if you’re interested to learn more about the park’s history. If you’re health-conscious, fitness stations and a jogging track that goes around the reserve also offer a scenic trekking route.
Please note that the Secret Tunnel at the Labrador Nature Reserve is closed for maintenance work and is not open to the public until further notice.