Take your little history buffs and outdoor wanderers to the magnificently restored Fort Siloso for a morning or afternoon of fun! Over 100 years old, the British coastal fortress houses Asia’s largest collection of World War II memorabilia, and there’s plenty to stimulate both kids and adults.
Board the tram at the Fort Siloso Tram Station in Sentosa, and enjoy the ride through the grounds. Upon arrival at the fort’s headquarters, kids and adults will be fascinated by the WWII cannons found throughout the grounds (inactive, of course!), three tunnel complexes to explore, documentary films, and even the vegetable garden where soldiers once grew their own food. Watch out for the monkeys in the trees!
Roam the grounds on your own (pack a picnic if you like!) or join a guided tour. Free Guided Tours are offered every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday.
Explore and learn about the historic site with sea views with the fam!
Little history buffs of all ages.
Fuel up on Sunday Brunch next door at Barnacles at Shangri-La’s La Rasa Resort Sentosa. The kids will love the entertainment, including balloon twisters, face painting, and more!
Siloso Point, Sentosa, Singapore
1 800 736 8672
Admission: S$8 for Adults/S$5 for Children (3-12 years old)
Opening hours: 10am – 6pm daily