Let's Explore the Unknowns of Sentosa, Fort Serapong

Fort Serapong

HarbourFront MRT Exit A

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Fort Serapong: Let's Explore the Unknowns of Sentosa, For...

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“Hi, it's u­­­s, Georg­i­n­a, Bri­tt­a, and ­Lee­ Lin­g­”

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Welcome to the hidden and forgotten fort in Sentosa, Fort Serapong. This fort is not a tourist attraction, is hidden within the forest of Sentosa, so is meant for only those adventurous and curious enough to explore the fort. This is one of the adventure things to do in Singapore. 

Let's Explore the Unknowns of Sentosa, Fort Serapong starting at Fort Serapong

Let's Explore the Unknowns of Sentosa, Fort Serapong starting at Fort Serapong

 

Fort is thought to be built around 1879, it was used as a defense by British against other European powers of the region and in WW2 against the Japanese and finally used by SAF as a training ground,  and eventually was abandoned 1972.  The archaeologists are still working on this fort, and I will attempt to share all that I know. 

Let's Explore the Unknowns of Sentosa, Fort Serapong starting at Fort Serapong


We will meet 10 am Harbourfront Station exit A and make our way to the fort using public transport and a short hike is needed to get us there, please bring along your transit link card.  We recommend bringing water, wearing long sleeves, pants, and covered toes shoes to minimize cuts and insects bites.

My Contact Detail:

Georgina Chin: HP: 96226838, Email: chiefs@ThreePlayGrounds.com or message me via the Chat tab at this event page



Reviews

  • I had a amazing trip with a group of friendly and warm tour mates. Carly was such an assuring tour leader. Excellent and safe Vietnamese driver, Jerry. well spoken English Vietnamese guide Tommy. I enjoyed myself very much and look forward for another trip!

  • Excellent short trip with beautiful verdant countryside and charming local tribal people not corrupted by tourism yet . Be prepared for long drive on narrow winding mountain roads.

  • Best trip ever ! Everyone laughed and enjoyed the hols as if we have known each other all our lives instead of meeting for the first time ! Everyone kept their cool when faced with an unforseen delay . The scenery at Ha Giang is simply superb . There are so many small towns within the mountains with... Read more Best trip ever ! Everyone laughed and enjoyed the hols as if we have known each other all our lives instead of meeting for the first time ! Everyone kept their cool when faced with an unforseen delay . The scenery at Ha Giang is simply superb . There are so many small towns within the mountains with so many minority races living together . Their costumes are so colourful and the ladies' headgears are so lovely to gawk at . If I could , I would love to go again . Highly recommended for gungho people with "throw everything to the wind" attitude . Fantastic local guide and driver (Tom & Jerry) and pats on the back for Carly (Singapore guide) too . Thanks .........rosse and raymond . Read less

  • Georgina was great in: 1) giving reminders so that people can un-RSVP for others on wait list to get a spot. 2) giving clear instructions, photos, links on how to get to the meeting point, 3)explaining why everyone had to be on time and what the program is expected to be and when it might end. ... Read more Georgina was great in: 1) giving reminders so that people can un-RSVP for others on wait list to get a spot. 2) giving clear instructions, photos, links on how to get to the meeting point, 3)explaining why everyone had to be on time and what the program is expected to be and when it might end. Late evening slot was a good idea as we got to see the night installations at The PathFinder portion, but food stalls already closed upon exit. There are toilets inside the exhibit in Fort Canning Center itself. Cleaner than the mobile toilets outside. Thank you for helping to get us tickets when it is so difficult to do so. Read less

  • My wife, son and I never regret of signing up this trip. My 8 year old son enjoyed the walk on the rocky beach. Best moment of the walk was that we came closed to the corals, crabs ???? and ???? shrimps. Thank you threeplaygrounds!