Quiet, no tourists at all. It's the backyard of Singaporeans. In other words, Singapore is a garden city, and the people here have such a large area of nature reserves, it is really happy. The plants in the reserve are very flourishing and the air is very wet and fresh. It's a great place for many local people to exercise and run.
The La Baidu Nature Reserve has a series of fortifications, originally built in the nineteenth century, which are now well preserved and demonstrate Singapore's defense. These fortifications increased over the next few years, including World War II. For anyone interested in military and colonial history, this is a park worth visiting.
Labado Nature Reserve is located near the southern business district, northwest of the famous Sentosa Island, so the traffic is very convenient. The gardens in the city, the paths and the boardwalk are very comfortable. On both sides are mangrove ecosystems, and the air is too good to say.
The Labrador Nature Reserve is accessible by the Labrador MRT station.Take the boardwalk through the mangroves to reach the coast. Explore the park to search out WWII war relics left by the British in the Sino-Japanese war. Then carry on along the boardwalk to the promenade at Keppel Bay near Harbourfront MRT station.
Labrador Nature Reserve, personally feel better than east coast park. It's not big, but it's better than quiet. There are rare forest paths, old turrets engraved with historical traces, and coastal avenues that can be seen along the sea and sky. Water is also cleaner than the East coast.
Labrador Nature Reserve is a beautiful place. It is located in the southwest of the main urban area, close to the sea. It has lush vegetation and good ecological environment. It can also see many rare birds. It is a very eye-opening scenic spot that is worth recommending.