Fort Canning Park hotels
Fort Canning Park
Fort Canning Park sits atop a charming hill in the southeast part of Singapore, and is one of this world-famous holiday destination’s premier historic landmarks. Named after British Viscount Charles John Canning and a fort built on the hill in 1859, Fort Canning Park’s hill is simply steeped in history. Once home to Malay royalty during Singapore’s Golden Age, as well as a site for strategic military fortifications during World War II, this one-of-a-kind attraction for vibrant culture and relaxation regularly hosts private picnickers, parties, community events, and even cutting edge musical concerts, and yet still remains perhaps most cherished amongst frequenting holidaymakers for its well-preserved historic attractions.
- Pause for pictures before walking through one of the two imposing 1846 Gothic Gates of the Singapore Fort Canning Park, breathtaking landmarks that no visitor will forget.
- Enter the Far East Command Centre, nicknamed Battle Box, which is the underground command bunker and operations base used by British Lieutenant General Arthur Ernest Percival during World War II.
- Enjoy Ballet Under The Stars (BUTS), a captivating dance performance staged by the 34-member dance troupe of the Singapore Dance Theatre at Fort Canning Green.
Fort Canning Park Singapore is located near the central business district, making this world-famous destination subject to abundant and various amounts of public transportation. Several public buses run to the park via Penang Road, River Valley, and Stamford Road. Other convenient options to reach the park include Light Rail Transit (LRT) trains, Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) trains, taxis, limousines, rented cars, and 6-seater MaxiCabs. Buses, LRT trains, and MRT trains cover most parts of the city, including its main attractions.
182 hotels near Fort Canning Park
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