Fort Siloso, one of the famous attractions at Sentosa, is a formerly active military base turned heritage site that displays interesting information about the fort’s history.
Fort Siloso has an important story to tell — the documentaries, animatronics, artefacts, and artilleries found in the area shows visitors a glimpse of Fort Siloso’s glory days during the presence of the British Army in the peninsula. Explore the interesting underground tunnel, visit the famous Surrender Chambers, and watch a thought-provoking video journey about Fort Siloso. At the end of Fort Siloso, there’s a peaceful, beautiful view where visitors can relax and reflect on the stories they have learned from their tour of the fort.
Fort Siloso is located at 33 Allanbrooke Road, Sentosa Island, Singapore.
Opening Days and Hours
Fort Siloso accepts visitors daily starting from 10:00 to 18:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Admission to Fort Siloso is completely free.
How to Get There
- If you’re taking the bus, your destination would be at bus stop B14429, a 9 minute walk away from Fort Siloso.
- Board the MRT and alight at Telok Blangah Station. Take Exit A and take the 19-minute walk to Fort Siloso.
- Solo Travelers
Time to Spend
You can spend at least an hour around the fort learning about Singapore’s interesting history.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Although most the exhibit area is airconditioned, there are still some places that aren’t ventilated and can be very hot. Make your trip to Fort Siloso more comfortable by visiting during the late afternoon.
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Refreshments and meals are readily available at nearby restaurants like The Garden, Port Belly, Suburbia, Discovery Food Court, and Prosperity Court.
Find accommodations at nearby hotels such as La Meridien, Villa Samadhi, Fragrance Hotel Royal, and Naumi Liora Hotel. Hotel rates range from USD 80 to USD 250.