Nature Appreciation Walk at Labrador Nature Reserve
Sun, 21 May 2017
09:30AM - 11:00AM
Labrador Nature Reserve,
Meeting point at the sheltered pavilion at Labrador Park MRT station
Each group can accommodate a maximum of 20 people (All participants names have to be registered)
As one of the most important natural coastal ecosystem in main island Singapore, Labrador Nature Reserve consist of various biological diverse landscape, such as mangrove, parkland and lush coastal hill forest. It is also densely scattered with maritime and war historical structures given its importance during or event before the WWII.
As you travel back in time to explore the history of Singapore, keep a lookout for the many bird species that flutter from tree to tree. Don't ignore the incessant chattering of the plantain squirrels as they diligently search for food. A visit to Labrador Nature Reserve will enthral you with the native flora and fauna that call this place home.
What to bring: Water, rain gear, umbrella, hat
What to wear: Comfortable T-shirt, long pants, and covered hiking shoes
Group Size: Max 20 participants per group
Location of Guided Walk: Berlayer Creek Boardwalk
Note: All Participants needs to be registered