For those long-time readers who’s been with us since our beginning, you might remember a certain entry about our trip along the Southern Ridges:
Well, we made good on our promise to continue the trail (albeit not along the Southern Ridges per se) and headed to Labrador Nature Reserve to complete our adventure at the southernmost point of Singapore! The southern tip of Singapore is mostly known as home to shipping ports, Vivocity and Sentosa, but Labrador Nature Reserve boasts a rich heritage dating back to our founding days!
Most notable are the wartime relics that have been preserved, including several battlement sites, a machine gun post and underground passageways (which were not accessible at the time of this entry). Nearby, the coastline beckoned, with ships and offshore islands lining the horizon. It was a hot day, and as with any outdoor nature parks, insect repellent is a must-use (eh heh). Follow us on our journey below!
As always, we never just bring only one camera on our adventures; we had our Lomo’Instant Wide to accompany us, and our developed films were looking good on a bright day as this. We used an expired Halloween-themed instant film, and to be honest they turned out quite all right!
The Labrador Nature Reserve and the adjacent park was a shorter conquest in comparison to the regular hikes we have taken in the past; nevertheless, a unique point is its proximity to the coast, which we enjoyed very much! We look forward to our next hike/trail march, and of course, we will not forget to share with our readers!