Bukit Chermin Boardwalk: An Easy Stroll

Bukit Chermin Boardwalk

The Bukit Chermin Boardwalk provides a means for visitors to explore the rocky coastline along Keppel Harbour that was previously inaccessible before it was built. Since its opening in January 2012, visitors are now able to traverse the wooden boardwalk for a pleasant walk by the sea and it connects Labrador Park & Nature Reserve to Marina at Keppel Bay.

Bukit Chermin Boardwalk

The Bukit Chermin Boardwalk is part of the larger Labrador Nature & Coastal Walk which also includes the Berlayer Creek Boardwalk on one side and extends to Reflections at Keppel Bay promenade at the other. The Labrador Nature & Coastal Walk is connected to the Alexandra Garden Trail which leads down from the Southern Ridges.

The Boardwalk is only 300 metres long. This makes it an easy walk, even for parents with prams, to take in the sights of Keppel Harbour. From the boardwalk, visitors can take in the views of Sentosa and watercraft moving in and out from the Marina at Keppel Bay. A one-way walk along the Bukit Chermin Boardwalk takes around only seven to ten minutes.

With Labrador Nature Reserve adjacent to the Bukit Chermin Boardwalk, parents with young children can head to Labrador Park and the fun, sand playground found there.

View from the Bukit Chermin Boardwalk

Bukit Chermin Boardwalk

Sights from the Bukit Chermin Boardwalk

See if you can spot some of these sights during a visit to the Bukit Chermin Boardwalk.

Dragon Teeth GateDragon’s Teeth Gate.

BungalowBlack-and-White Bungalow, House No. 30.


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View of Sentosa Coastal Walk from the Bukit Chermin BoardwalkSentosa Coastal Forest Trail.

LighthouseRed Beacon.

Underwater WorldUnderwater World Singapore.

Old StepsOld steps along the shoreline.

Walking to Keppel Bay Bridge

Beyond the Boardwalk is the waterfront condominium, Reflections at Keppel Bay. Walking by the curved condominium silhouette, the well-kept promenade leads visitors past the Marina at Keppel Bay. The Marina with its dock, full of boats, effuses a contemporary and swanky ambience and has eateries that are open to the public. It is connected to the waterfront promenade by the 245 metre long, cable-stayed Keppel Bay Bridge.

Promenade

Marina at Keppel Bay

It is around a 10 to 14 minute walk from the Bukit Chermin Boardwalk to the start of the Keppel Bay Bridge. It is also possible to carry on walking (albeit, no longer along the waterfront) from the Keppel Bay Bridge to VivoCity Shopping Mall. This stretch takes another 10 to 12 minutes.

Keppel Bay Bridge

Getting There

The Bukit Chermin Boardwalk is accessible by car via Labrador Villa Road. The closest car park is Car Park C. It is a short walk past the Comchest Green to the start of the Bukit Chermin Boardwalk.

By MRT, the closest station is Labrador MRT Station. It is a 900 metre walk from the MRT station along the Berlayer Creek Boardwalk (roughly 15 to 20 minutes) to get to the start of the Bukit Chermin Boardwalk.

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