About Fort Siloso
In the 19th century, Singapore was an important sea trading post for the British. To defend the island from sea invasion, Fort Siloso was built at the tip of Sentosa (once known as Blakang Mati).
During World War II, the Japanese troops invaded Singapore through Malaya and the guns in Fort Siloso were turned landwards to support the ground troops.
Today, Fort Siloso is a historical attraction being the only preserved coastal fort in Singapore with a rich memorabilia of WWII-era coastal guns and remains of fortified military structures and tunnels.
Fort Siloso Price
Free entry to Fort Siloso
10am – 6pm (Last entry at 5.30pm)
Three Zones Await Your Discovery
Fort Siloso is split into 3 main zones: Red, Yellow and Blue zones.
Red Zone – Uncover extraordinary moments in the war that changed the world. Walk through a range of epic exhibitions such as the Fall of Singapore, Singapore the sombre Prisoners of War art, and many more.
Yellow Zone – Find out how a soldier’s life is like at the Fort. From the cramped quarters of a troop ship, to the amenities at the fort and underground complex at Tunnel C, explore these places for the ultimate experience!
Blue Zone – Make your way through the tunnel to the Fire Direction Tower at the tip of Siloso Point, where soldiers were once stationed to spot incoming naval ships.
How to Get to Fort Siloso Sentosa Singapore
Sentosa Beach Tram: Board at Beach Station
Sentosa Bus: Board Bus 1 or 2 and alight at Siloso Point
Singapore Cable Car: Board at Merlion Station or Imbiah Station and alight at Siloso Point
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (Last entry at 5.30pm)
Admission: FREE (Admission charges to Sentosa and Surrender Chambers apply)
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