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Fort Canning Park
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Fort Canning Park

Things To Do

  • Battlebox Fortress Plotting Room

    History and Heritage

    Visit the Battlebox which was a British command centre located 9 metres underground, built by Malaya Command in the 1930s. It was part of the headquarters of the army that defended Singapore during World War II. It was also the site where Lieutenant-General Arthur Percival made the fateful decision to surrender Singapore to the Japanese on 15 February 1942. Entrance fees apply.

  • Nutmeg

    Nature Walks

    Besides rich in heritage, Fort Canning Park also has interesting flora and fauna that you should try and spot. Explore the park and see what you can find, or tap on one of the do-it-yourself walking trail guides we have put together to help you explore the park.

  • Ear Pod Tree

    Photography

    Fort Canning Park is rich in heritage and those who enjoy photographing pieces of history and heritage will enjoy roaming the park grounds.

  • Badang Terrace

    Sightseeing

    There are many places within Fort Canning Park that you can visit. Check out the Sally Port, ASEAN Sculpture Garden, Fort Canning Green (The Old Christian Cemetary), Spice Garden, Keramat Iskandar Shah, Archaeological Dig and Exhibition Area, Maritime Corner@Fort Canning, Parit Singapura and Princess Pond.

Events

All Events

  • Picture of the Augury Sculpture at ASEAN Sculpture Garden.

    The Fort Canning Sculpture Tour will take you through the charming sculptures found around Fort Canning Park. Join us as we explore and discover the stories behind some of these sculptures and appreciate these beautiful works of art.

    15 Oct 2016 16:00PM - 18:00PM
    Fort Canning Park,
    Bottom of Outdoor Escalator beside National Museum Singapore
    Free
  • picture of Fort Gate

    Did you know that the history of Fort Canning dates back to the 14th century? Check out the ancient artefacts from the hill, and join us on a journey that highlights the changing faces of Fort Canning, from the ancient 14th century to the colonial 19th century and beyond!

    12 Nov 2016 16:00PM - 18:00PM
    Fort Canning Park,
    Meeting Point near the round-about
    Free
  • a photo of the flame of the forest tree

    Did you know that a Kapok tree can grow up to 40 metres high? Let our nature-loving guides bring you on a journey to find out more about our heritage trees and other beautiful trees like the towering Kapok, flaky Gelam and magnificent Madras Thorn!

    19 Nov 2016 10:00AM - 11:30AM
    Fort Canning Park,
    Meeting Point near the round-about
    Free
Last updated on 29 June 2016

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