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Fort Siloso

33 Allanbrooke Rd, Sentosa Island, Singapore
+65 6275 0388
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WW-11 Fort Siloso in Singapore

This is the fort that the British used to defend Singapore prior to the WW-2 invasion by the... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2016
Tuf1954
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Kinsale, Ireland
Excellent tour of fort and its background

Booked a tour of the fort today with my elderly father in law during a stopover end route to Perth... read more

Reviewed 28 February 2016
Garry H
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homestead fl
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This historic fort was part of Singapore's defenses for decades.
  • Excellent36%
  • Very good42%
  • Average19%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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33 Allanbrooke Rd, Sentosa Island, Singapore
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+65 6275 0388

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Reviewed 1 March 2016

This is the fort that the British used to defend Singapore prior to the WW-2 invasion by the Japanese. It is FREE to walk around and view the many exhibits both Allied and Japanese. The grounds are kept in very clean and beautiful condition and...More

Thank Tuf1954
Reviewed 28 February 2016

Booked a tour of the fort today with my elderly father in law during a stopover end route to Perth, the tour guide could not have been more helpful and we had a personal tour at his pace. Very informative tour with a lot of...More

Thank Garry H
Reviewed 19 February 2016

Fort Silosa is the last remaining WWII fortress in Singapore and has been retained to show what life would have been like for the soldiers guarding Singapore from the Japanese invasion forces. It has artefacts from that period and wax figures give a very vivid...More

Thank The_Welsh_Travel_Man
Reviewed 17 February 2016

This place is not known to many.. Siloso beach is breath taking so is the fort.. it is an add on thing to explore when to visit sentosa island.. siloso beach is infront of the area where dolphin show takes place..

Thank Deepali1
Reviewed 15 February 2016

This is one of the 5 forts that protected Singapore. This is the only one open to the public. It remains in the state that it was at the beginning of the second world war. There are several movies about the war years. There is...More

Thank charles6346
Reviewed 8 February 2016

We walked along the beach but i didn't let my kids get in the water with all of those ships across in the bay I don't trust that the water should touch your skin. Swim at your own risk. There are great views but I...More

Thank Danie d
Reviewed 25 January 2016

Nothing so great with this beach. Its not actually a beach but more of a bay. water is too calm. But neat and clean area. children can play safely.More

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SentosaOfficial, Owner at Fort Siloso, responded to this reviewResponded 27 January 2016

Hi jai_family_traveller, Thank you for your review. Fort Siloso situated at the end of Siloso Beach, is Singapore’s only preserved coastal fort. The attraction is filled with rich memorabilia of pre-WWII and WWII-era guns and remains of fortified military structures and tunnels. We look forward...More

Reviewed 24 January 2016

I'd recommend going to Fort Siloso for any visitor to Sentosa. It gives you a deep history of the island and it's strategic importance in history, which probably most visitors miss when they visit Sentosa's 'Theme Park' areas. It is a very peaceful end of...More

Thank Third Culture K
Reviewed 17 January 2016

We had a wonderful guided tour of th fort with Abigail, and we thoroughly recommend this time for anyone visiting Sentosa.

Thank Pat M
Reviewed 14 January 2016

Spent 3 hours looking round this fort and associated exhibits, which are in essence small museums and dioramas explaining the history of the fort, both in the 19th century and during WW2. I learnt a lot, especially about about the fall of Singapore in WW2...More

Thank WHWhite
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David B
7 January 2017|
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Response from SentosaOfficial | Property representative |
Hi David B, Thank you for visiting Fort Siloso! The Surrender Chambers within Fort Siloso is not the exact location where the surrender documents were signed. However, the Surrender Chambers house two commemorative life... More
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Dazura
4 January 2017|
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Response from SentosaOfficial | Property representative |
Hi Dazura, Thank you for your interest in Fort Siloso. If you are referring to entry charges and age requirements for Surrender Chambers at Fort Siloso, the child ticket is priced at S$4.50 per child and it is applicable... More
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MrittikaRoy
8 January 2015|
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Hi Mrittika, Thank you for choosing Sentosa! Fort Siloso tickets are priced at: S$12 per Adult S$9 per Child+/Senior Citizen* +Child aged 3 – 12 years old (age inclusive) *Senior citizen aged 60 and above If you are... More
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