Singapore's only preserved coastal fort stands as witness to one of the most tempestuous chapters in local history.
In the 19th century, Singapore became an important sea trading port for the British. To defend the island from sea invasion, Fort Siloso was one of three forts that were built on Sentosa Island (once known as Pulau Blakang Mati).
During World War II, the Japanese troops invaded Singapore from the north through peninsula Malaya and the guns in Fort Siloso were turned landwards to support the ground troops.
Today, being the only preserved coastal fort in Singapore, Fort Siloso is a historical attraction with a rich memorabilia of pre-WWII and WWII-era guns and remains of fortified military structures and tunnels.
Admission into Fort Siloso is FREE.
The gallery features the British and Japanese surrender waxworks which marked two significant surrender ceremonies in Singapore during WW2. The Surrender Chambers feature commentaries and exhibitions which bring you through the history of Singapore, from the British Surrender to the independence of our nation.
Go back in time and experience these surrenders with our guided commentary available every 30 minutes.
$4.50/Child (Age 3-12 years old)
$3.50/Child (Age 3-12 years old)
Learn why the Fort was built, discover life as a soldier, explore preserved underground ammunition stores and WWII-era guns. Experience the Fort with our guides in our 90-minute walking tour.
The tour will retrace the historically preserved remains at the fort to discover the purpose of the various fortified structures and the guns they serve, ending with a visit to the Surrender Chambers to witness the two historic surrender moments that changed the life of the people of Singapore during WW2.
Tour Timings: 11.30am to 1pm, 1.30pm to 3pm, 2pm to 3.30pm, 4pm to 5.30pm
Maximum group size of 20 guests for each tour.
$14/Child (Age 7-12 years old)
| Local|| $15/Adult|
$10/Child (Age 7-12 years old)
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