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Fort Siloso

33 Allanbrooke Rd, Sentosa Island, Singapore
+65 6275 0388
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History of Singapore

Well worth the walk to Fort Siloso to see the history of Singapore during the second world war... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Steven R
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The Entrance, Australia
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Great piece of history

Access this great piece of Singapore history on the free Route A bus to Siloso Point. You then... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Peach P
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Perth, Australia
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This historic fort was part of Singapore's defenses for decades.
  • Excellent36%
  • Very good43%
  • Average18%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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33 Allanbrooke Rd, Sentosa Island, Singapore
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Well worth the walk to Fort Siloso to see the history of Singapore during the second world war. Great displays with some great visual and narrative exhibits. Not very crowded as it is at the far end of Sentosa Island.

Thank Steven R
Reviewed 6 days ago

Access this great piece of Singapore history on the free Route A bus to Siloso Point. You then enter the fort via the sky bridge and most of your walking will be downhill! The whole complex is free with very few people there during our...More

Thank Peach P
Reviewed 1 week ago

A great exhibition detailing how Singapore was defended from attack for 150 years. Free to enter and with many air-conditioned exhibits the fort gives you a chance to step back from Sentosa's high pace and to reflect on Singapore's past.

Thank UK456
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Really interesting bit of history. Exhibits a bit basic and aged but convey the message. Fort well preserved. Very peaceful and probably only saw 10 to 12 other people the entire 2 hours we were there which is a nice change from the rest of...More

1  Thank 6MAE
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you are into war stuff and history, then Fort Siloso is the right place for you! It is one of the main attractions on Sentosa Island in Singapore. It is a well-preserved coastal fort of Singapore, a silent witness to World War II (when...More

Thank CzarEmmanuel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fort Siloso at the tip of Sentosa Island was built in the late 19 century and rose to importance in its role protecting Singapore from invasion from the sea. Unfortunately in WW2, the Japanese invaded from the land. Today Fort Siloso is an historical site...More

Thank 53wanderer
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My Husband and I toured Fort Siloso in the middle of the day, it was very hot, so bring a hat, sunscreen and water. It was very interesting walking around looking at old bunkers& the massive big guns, there are some interactive areas. A very...More

Thank Karenrobbo
Reviewed 14 September 2017

Fort Siloso Fort Siloso was built in the late 19th century. During that time, Singapore had become an important trading port for the British, so it was imperative that the island was protected from sea invasion. However, during World War II, Japanese troops invaded Singapore...More

Thank SamNguyen88
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Great to see the history of the area. We loved the short walk. The jungle feel is stunning. And we really enjoyed looking for jungle animals including black cobras (true) monkeys, peacocks and very large lizards!

Thank Evo_and_family
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

Visited Fort Siloso mainly because we were staying in the hotel next door. Glad we did. Interesting and much larger than I thought it would be. It's also free! I think the surrender chamber you are supposed to pay, but I think it had been...More

1  Thank colin m
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Spintara
8 October 2017|
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Response from Kerri H | Reviewed this property |
For something different catch the cable car from Mt Faber and include in it the cable car on Sentosa. This will allow you to see the sites on the way to Fort Siloso. It is a self guided tour but all interesting point of... More
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David B
7 January 2017|
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Response from SentosaOfficial | Property representative |
Hi David B, Thank you for visiting Fort Siloso! The Surrender Chambers within Fort Siloso is not the exact location where the surrender documents were signed. However, the Surrender Chambers house two commemorative life... More
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Dazura
4 January 2017|
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Response from SentosaOfficial | Property representative |
Hi Dazura, Thank you for your interest in Fort Siloso. If you are referring to entry charges and age requirements for Surrender Chambers at Fort Siloso, the child ticket is priced at S$4.50 per child and it is applicable... More
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