Fort Siloso

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Singapore’s only well-preserved coastal fort that served as part of the country’s defences.

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This week, we bring you to explore Fort Siloso!

Begin your exploration from the Fort Siloso Skywalk

The Fort Siloso Skywalk is a treetop trail set 11 storeys above ground!

Take the lift up to enjoy this magnificent view at the top.

It is a five-min walk along the 181-metre elevated walkway to Fort Siloso.

Beautiful sky!

Mostly outdoors. Remember your sunscreen, shade, water and insect repellent!

You will see Scott, your virtual tour guide at the end of the walkway. Download the Scott_AR app, scan the AR sticker on any Scott standee at Fort Siloso to learn more about it in the early days, interact with guns and bring back the British troops!

You may choose to explore the fort by the Heritage Trail (takes you around the various buildings of the Fort) or the Gun Trail (brings to different types of guns and cannons on display). Just follow the respective trail markers!

Find and learn about the guns of Sentosa.

Soon, you will come to the Battery Command Post. Head up the stairs!

The Battery Command Post was used to direct coastal defence guns. It has a clear view of the horizon and the western sea lanes into the Singapore harbour.

Enter the Casemates for World War II Experience

You will get to relive Singapore's WWII history

The little Beans posing with the big guns next to the Casemates

Explore the Fort Siloso tunnels

6-inch gun battery located above Tunnel B Complex

Head down the Tunnel B Complex to get a glimpse into the life of Prisoners-of-War in Singapore during the Japanese Occupation from a display of wartime artwork.

The tunnels were also used to store ammunition used for the fort's coastal defence guns.

Engine room and store - they contain exhibitions about Force 136, a special military force, and life during the Occupation.

More guns!

Next along the trail is the Surrender Chambers

Witness the British and Japanese wax figures re-enact a momentous part of Singapore's road to independence

Singapore celebrates Japanese surrender

Learn about the evolution of Fort Siloso

Find out about the Post-world War II conflicts around Asia

The guardroom where you can get a glimpse of what life was like for a British soldier stationed at Fort Siloso.

Learn how soldiers and coolies used to haul cannons and ammunition up the hill using sheer muscle strength

Visit Waves of the Straits on the way out of Fort Siloso

Marvel at murals painted by Singaporean artist Yip Yew Chong, on walls, road...

... and rocks!

Spot the tiger!

Beautiful fruit art

Beautiful fruit art

Head down by the water via a staircase nearby to enjoy this magnificent view!

Fort Siloso - Bean there, done that! 
Have fun exploring!

This week, we bring you to explore Fort Siloso!

Begin your exploration from the Fort Siloso Skywalk

The Fort Siloso Skywalk is a treetop trail set 11 storeys above ground!

Take the lift up to enjoy this magnificent view at the top.

It is a five-min walk along the 181-metre elevated walkway to Fort Siloso.

Beautiful sky!

Mostly outdoors. Remember your sunscreen, shade, water and insect repellent!

You will see Scott, your virtual tour guide at the end of the walkway. Download the Scott_AR app, scan the...

You may choose to explore the fort by the Heritage Trail (takes you around the various buildings of the Fort)...

Find and learn about the guns of Sentosa.

Soon, you will come to the Battery Command Post. Head up the stairs!

The Battery Command Post was used to direct coastal defence guns. It has a clear view of the horizon and...

Enter the Casemates for World War II Experience

You will get to relive Singapore's WWII history

The little Beans posing with the big guns next to the Casemates

Explore the Fort Siloso tunnels

6-inch gun battery located above Tunnel B Complex

Head down the Tunnel B Complex to get a glimpse into the life of Prisoners-of-War in Singapore during the Japanese...

The tunnels were also used to store ammunition used for the fort's coastal defence guns.

Engine room and store - they contain exhibitions about Force 136, a special military force, and life during the Occupation.

More guns!

Next along the trail is the Surrender Chambers

Witness the British and Japanese wax figures re-enact a momentous part of Singapore's road to independence

Singapore celebrates Japanese surrender

Learn about the evolution of Fort Siloso

Find out about the Post-world War II conflicts around Asia

The guardroom where you can get a glimpse of what life was like for a British soldier stationed at Fort...

Learn how soldiers and coolies used to haul cannons and ammunition up the hill using sheer muscle strength

Visit Waves of the Straits on the way out of Fort Siloso

Marvel at murals painted by Singaporean artist Yip Yew Chong, on walls, road...

... and rocks!

Spot the tiger!

Beautiful fruit art

Beautiful fruit art

Head down by the water via a staircase nearby to enjoy this magnificent view!

Fort Siloso - Bean there, done that!  Have fun exploring!

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