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Your Guide to Museums in Singapore

Fort Siloso
Fort Siloso is the only preserved British coastal fortification in Singapore. A recreation of life at the fort, presented through the use of archival documents and footage, life-sized figures of soldiers and simulated firing of guns, provides a unique chance to look into Singapore's colonial past.

History of Fort Siloso - Built in the 1880s on Sentosa's western end, Fort Siloso protected the western entrance to the Singapore harbour. During World War II, the guns of Fort Siloso engaged Japanese forces in the Battle for Singapore, even firing landwards in support of the British troops.

33 Allanbrooke Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099981

279 1130

Opening Hours
Daily, 9am - 7pm

Adult - $3
Child - $2
(not inclusive of Sentosa admission)

How to get there
[By Monorail]
Alight at Station 3
[By Bus]
Bus A or Bus 2 to Underwater World and transfer to Fort Siloso train

How to get to Sentosa
Bus A from World Trade Centre Bus Terminal
Bus C from Tiong Bahru MRT Station
Bus E from Orchard Road
[By Air]
Cable Car from World Trade Centre and Mount Faber
[By Sea]
Ferry from World Trade Ferry Terminal