Labrador Nature Reserves

Last Saturday, hubby and I went to Labrador Nature Reserves for a walk.  A squirrel greeted us as we drove into the car parking lot.  We were there to catch the sunset but got there a little too late.

Here’s a write-up on the nature reserve from the National Parks website:

(http://www.nparks.gov.sg/cms/index.php?option=com_visitorsguide&task=naturereserves&id=48&Itemid=75)

Part of the Southern Ridges, Labrador Nature Reserve is an oasis of tranquility and natural wonders. The park offers a picturesque view of the sea. A path built on the edge of the secondary forest provides a prime view of the cliff side vegetation coupled with a panoramic view of the sea. It is not uncommon to hear songs of a variety of bird species, including the Oriental Magpie-robin and Black-naped Oriole. While you are taking a leisurely stroll along one of the nature trails, you can spot squirrels scurrying up trees.

Some of the pictures aren’t so clear, especially the ones of the replica Dragon Teeth’s Gate (or Sailing Stone), because I had to hold the camera real close to me in order to take the full height of the stone and I can’t see clearly due to farsightedness.  Hope you enjoy the sights 🙂

Sunset

WWII Fort

Replica of the Dragon’s Teeth Gate

Replica of the Dragon’s Teeth Gate

Overlooking Sentosa Island (Pulau Belakang Mati) – Malay means the “Island (pulau) of Death (mati) from Behind (belakang)

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6 thoughts on “Labrador Nature Reserves”

  1. Very interesting, Judy. Dave would really like it.

  2. I love how you tour us around Singapore Judy! I don’t even have to leave my house! Did you know there’s a Labrador in Canada? Long way from me though! And I’ve never been there either!

  3. I will probably never get to visit Singapore,though thanks to you I would like to, but your tours give me a feel for it..Very diverse and beautiful…Thanks Judy.

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