Located at the southern most tip of Singapore, Labrador Park is a sprawling Labrador Park is a This iconic outcrop was however blown up in to widen the western channel access to Keppel Harbour. Such was the importance of Labrador and Keppel Harbour that in , the beginnings of a fort were constructed into the coastal Cliffside consisting of concrete bunkers, a labyrinth of underground tunnels and gun batteries.
It is home to the only rocky sea-cliff on the mainland that is accessible to the public. Since , 10 hectares of coastal secondary-type vegetation and its rocky shore have been gazetted as a nature reserve and its flora and fauna preserved by NParks. Labrador Nature Reserve is the site where many historical relics and natural artifacts are located in Singapore, most of which date from the Second World War and earlier periods of time, much of which were left behind mainly by the former British colonial legacy on the island. This is due to the fact that the area has a long history dating way back to the 19th century and its playing of a significant role in the history of the city-state.
It was originally named Alexandra MRT Station, however to avoid confusion with the railway station in the north, it was renamed to Labrador Park in Cash top ups are not accepted at the passenger service centres from 21 January at this station. This station is named after Labrador Park , a historical site which held former fortifications and naval guns built by the British forces in Singapore before World War II.