Siloso Point, Fort Siloso
Offering a splendid view of the nearby southern islands of Singapore, the Siloso Point stood at the western tip of the Sentosa Island (formerly called Blakang Mati – the Island behind the Dead).
Built in the 1880s by the British as part of a ring of British fortresses guarding Singapore harbour, the Fort is the only preserved coastal fortress that still stands today and is open to public.
Walking towards the end of the longest and largest tunnel complex in Fort Siloso, one will see the 12 Pounder Quick Firing Gun and Fire Direction Tower stationed at the Siloso Point as a testimony to Singapore’s World War II history.
Location: 33 Allanbrooke Road (S)099981
Opening Hours: 10am - 6pm daily (Last admission 5.30pm)
Admission: S$8 / Adult, S$5 / Child (Child 3 - 12 years old) (Normal island admission charges apply)
Tel: (65) 6275 0388