Fort Siloso

Updated: 
April 15, 2021
Fort Siloso
Photo Credit: National Heritage Board

Built in the late 19th century, Fort Siloso is Singapore's only preserved coastal fort.

Installed as part of the British's defence of the Singapore harbour in WWII, it stands as a historical site today.

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At the museum, you will be able to see WWII memorabilia, coastal guns, interactive exhibits, as well as a recreation of the British surrender to the Japanese at the Surrender Chambers.

Be sure to check out the Fort Siloso Skywalk as well, where you'll get magnificent views of the surrounding area on a treetop trail 11 storeys above ground.

Coastal Guns
Surrender Chambers
Photos credit: National Heritage Board

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Location

Siloso Road, Sentosa Island

Singapore 099981

Opening Hours

Daily 10am-6pm

Last entry at 530pm

Admission

Free admission

Official Website

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