Attraction 33 Allanbrooke Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099981 Published on: 22-01-2016
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Why Fort Siloso Skywalk is special ?
The 11-storey high Skywalk acts as an elevated bridge which leads visitors on a trail above the canopy treetops, giving them an aerial view of the western part of Sentosa and its wildlife. The free attraction, which will be open to the public from Wednesday (Jul 15), also offers information on the fort’s history and the surrounding area.
Fort Siloso, previously a gated attraction, will also permanently open its grounds to all visitors without charge. Guides will be available for those seeking in-depth knowledge of the historical site.
The Skywalk was unveiled on Tuesday by Mr S Iswaran, Second Minister for Trade and Industry, during the official launch of the new Sentosa Line, which is an extension of the existing Mount Faber cable car line.
What to explore at Fort Siloso Skywalk?
Entrance to the Skywalk is a short walking distance away from the new Siloso Point Cable Car station and beside Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort's entrance. Take the lift (or the stairs if you are feeling extremely fit) and enjoy the view as you ascend.
Apart from the aerial views of the western part of Sentosa, the scenic trek among the treetops may just offer eagle-eyed visitors to chance upon some wildlife, such as squirrels and pigeons!
Along the trek, panels which offer information on the fort’s history and the surrounding area dot the Skywalk.
Frankly, this must be the shortest and easiest skywalk trek that the monkies have ever attempted. The route is straight-forward, takes less than 10 minutes from end to end and best of all, the views are astounding.
It is even stroller-friendly, and safe enough for young kids to shuffle along. And at the end of it all, enjoy Fort Siloso, which has also opened its grounds for all to explore without charge.
- One of the best views in Singapore
- For a great stroll in Sentosa
- For people from all walks of life
- An outstanding view from the top
- Wonderful scenery
33 Allanbrooke Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099981
Tips for you
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