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A walk along the Fort Siloso Skywalk

By elevator and bridge to Siloso fortress

Petr Liška
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A walk along the Fort Siloso Skywalk
Inserted: 18.04.2024
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
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One of the attractions of Singapore's Sentosa Island is the Fort Siloso Skywalk. It is actually a bridge connected to a curious elevator that takes you to Siloso Hill, which is a fortified outcrop of Sentosa Island. There are beautiful views from the bridge and the surprising thing is that this attraction is completely free.

Elevator to the Skywalk
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Elevator to the Skywalk

What looks like an extravagant tower from a distance is actually the end pillar of the observation bridge and an elevator at the same time. Apart from the elevator, you can also use the footpath to the Siloso fortress, but this will involve the Skywalk (of course, you can combine it – one way on foot and the other by elevator)

The road over the bridge towards Siloso

The bridge leads over the jungle and offers beautiful views

The road over the bridge towards Siloso
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Retrospect

Looking back, you can see that the bridge is several hundred meters long

Retrospect
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Reflections at Keppel Bay

One of the nicest views is of the crooked skyscrapers Reflections at Keppel Bay

Reflections at Keppel Bay
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Reflections at Keppel Bay up close

The Reflections at Keppel Bay skyscrapers are worth a visit on their own, both during the day and especially at night, when they are beautifully illuminated.

Reflections at Keppel Bay up close
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Views into the remnants of the jungle

Originally, the entire territory of Singapore was one impenetrable jungle, today there are only remnants on the local mounds.

Views into the remnants of the jungle
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View of Siloso beach

From the bridge there is also a nice view to the other side – to Siloso beach with its (artificial) islets.

View of Siloso beach
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View of Downtown Singapore

In the distance, you can also see the skyscrapers of Downtown Singapore and the huge mast of the cable car connecting Sentosa to the rest of the city.

View of Downtown Singapore
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Imbiah Hill

Just next door is the higher hill of Imbiah. There are nice jungle trails around it.

Imbiah Hill
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Entrance to Siloso Fortress

At the end of the bridge, the entrance to the fortress itself awaits you

Entrance to Siloso Fortress
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