The Rocky Habitat Of Labrador Nature Reserve - Young Nautilus Birthday Treat For AJ

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We often hear complaints that Singapore lacks outdoor activities. Actually, there are sufficient if you were to search around or ask around.

Last November, AJ celebrated his 11th birthday in a special way.  As the boy steps into his tween age, it becomes harder to plan for a birthday celebration. But all he wanted was to have some friends with him that day, so I thought, why not a marine trail at Labrador Park then? It would be an educational trip for the young and the not-so-young, and we could head out for dinner after that.

So I contacted Young Nautilus to book the Rocky Habitat of Labrador Nature Reserve.

On 4 Nov (Sat), we brought the classroom outdoor. The children had so much fun walking on the mud, exploring the biodiversity, observing marine creatures and listening to the guide's explanation. It was really a hands-on interactive experience with the marine intertidal creatures, where the children (and accompanying adults) learnt about animals' adaptation and their natural ecology.

Who would have thought that Labrador Nature Reserve could offer these much apart from the scenic coastline and lush greenery? In fact, this is Singapore’s last natural rocky shores. I can't be more glad to have made this decision to book this educational trip. The accompanying adults were of all praises for such a trip. It was indeed an enjoyable and memorable one for all of us.

 Walking through the 'Red' Sea

Though we were all sweaty and muddy after the trail, we did not regret doing it (please bring along a set of clothes to change and do wear rubber shoes or booty for easy cleaning). We had so much fun learning and exploring. We will definitely be back again, joining Young Nautilus' other outdoor activities.

More information on Young Nautilus

  • Child (12 years old and below) – $25
  • Adult -  $27
  • Bundle package of 3 pax (regardless of adults or children) - $65
  • Facebook promotion – For first time Young Nautilus-ers, like their facebook page to get another dollar off per pax! Simply show them the screenshot.
  • Spaces are limited to 20 pax per session. 
  • Ratio of participants to educator is around 10-15 pax to 1 marine educator
  • Children of 8 years old and below are to be accompanied by guardian(s)

February to March 2018 walk schedule for the biodiversity nature walks at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserves, Changi Intertidal, Coney Island and Labrador Park is out! Please visit Young Nautilus' website or email them at for more information.

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