The abandoned Keppel Hill Reservoir which is near Mount Faber in Singapore was built during the colonial period. It was used less frequently due to the small capacity it had and it was thus forgotten about. However, it was rediscovered in 2014.
The Abandoned Keppel Hill Reservoir
Apparently the Keppel Hill Reservoir is about 2m deep
No Swimming | No Fishing Sign at Keppel Hill Reservoir
Steps for Jumping into the Reservoir
According to the news archive, a 17 year old drowned the reservoir in the year 1948 when he went for a swim. His death was ruled a misadventure by the Singapore Coroner. There are also rumours that the Keppel Hill Reservoir is haunted 👻 so visiting alone or at night is not really advisable.
How to Get to Keppel Hill Reservoir Singapore
You can go in behind the Seah Im Bunker or follow Keppel Hill Road.
Take the left side when you see the split road. Just follow the walking path and you will see this muddy path.
Cross the muddy patch, follow the trail and it will lead you to Keppel Hill Reservoir.
Address: Keppel Hill
Bus: 10, 30, 57, 61, 93, 97, 100, 124, 131, 143, 166, 188, 963
Nearest MRT: Harbour Front MRT
Opening Hours: 24 hours
Here’s a video of the “Forgotten Reservoir” by National Heritage Board.
Places within Keppel Hill to check out:
Nearby places to check out:
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