With beautiful seaviews, lush greenery, and open spaces, the playgrounds at Labrador Nature Reserve must surely be in one of the most scenic locations in Singapore!
There are 2 playgrounds here, a smaller playground next to the sea and a larger one inland.
Located next to the sea, this is the smaller playground with a see saws, swings, and a merry-go-round.
The playground is located near landmarks such as Dragon's Teeth Gate and the Red Beacon.
Dragon's Teeth Gate (also known as Long Ya Men and Batu Berlayer) - This is a replica of the rock which was used as a navigational aid by seamen, the original having been blown up by the British in 1848 in order to widen the harbour.
A popular landmark at Labrador Park, this red beacon was also a navigational aid.
You'll also encounter numerous war relics from World War II throughout the park, such as this machine gun bunker which was used to protect the coast.
If you continue along the water, you'll reach a larger playground which is nearer to the other side of the park.
This is a newer playground with the main attraction being the play tower with numerous slides, climbing features, and tunnels.
There's also a unique maze made of wooden slabs here.
With scenic views all round, a stroll by the water is a great way to relax with the kids.
Plus it's also not as crowded here compared to the more popular parks like East Coast Park.
The nearest MRT is Labrador Park MRT. Go down Labrador Villa Road and you should reach the park in 10 to 15 minutes.
If you're coming by car, carpark B and C via Port Road are the closest to the playgrounds.
Labrador Villa Road, Singapore 119187
Park lighting hours are from 7pm-7am daily
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