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Fort Siloso Skywalk, Sentosa Island

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Lookout · Hidden Gem · Observation Deck
Leading from the tower to the fort entrance, Fort Siloso Skywalk is a 181 m (594 ft) long scenic trek that offers bird's-eye views of the harbor and the Southern Islands. Feel the pleasant breeze as you walk between the lush canopy, 36 m (118 ft) above the ground, keeping an eye for squirrels and birds nesting in the treetops. The glass floor is an exciting detail as long as you are not afraid of heights. Look for the panels providing information on the history of the fort and the surrounding area. PutFort Siloso Skywalk into our Sentosa Island trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Alighting the bus shuttle at Siloso Point station, a short walk leads to the Skywalk entrance. With free admission, two lifts bring visitors up to the Skywalk which is about 11 storeys high. The...  more »
  • Another new place for walking, soaking up the good vibe from nature and nice sea view near Beach Siloso at Sentosa.  more »
  • A nice place. Fort is pretty old but well preserved.
  • I like silos Sky walk because view looking awesome only 5 mins walk kids also happy.
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The 11-storey, 181 meters long Skywalk trail provides guests a scenic trek among the treetops en route to Fort Siloso. Both the Skywalk and Fort Siloso are free for all, and there are also guided tours at Fort Siloso for a more detailed historical account of the area.