What used to be a bombproof World War II bunker is now a historic museum that transports you back to the morning of 15 ... More
What used to be a bombproof World War II bunker is now a historic museum that transports you back to the morning of 15 February 1942, the day Lieutenant-General Arthur Percival made the decision to surrender to the invading Japanese troops. Robotic wax figures coupled with high-quality animatronics and special sound effects give an air of suspense as the actual footage of events unfolds, leading to the eventual fall of Singapore into the hands of the Japanese forces.
The Singapore River has seen 150 years of commercial activity and has been at the heart of the growth of
an obscure fishing village to a great seaport and metropolis. A 30 minute ride on a low slung bum ...
Trace the events that have shaped Singapore from the 14th century right up to the present day. Discover the rich
heritage of its people, their ancestral roots, ethnic and religious diversity and past struggle for nationhood through dioramas and ...
Ever wondered about life as a World War II soldier? Find out at Singapore's only monument to British fortifications. A
complex of bunkers, cannons and underground passages, the preserved Fort Siloso relives the days when it once guarded Singapore ...