With 85,000 soldiers, a fleet of tanks, and state-of-the-art gun batteries, Singapore was considered to be an impregnable fortress. Despite all of this, Singapore fell to the Japanese in World War II. The Battlefield trail retraces the footsteps of brave soldiers who defended Singapore during her darkest days. Find out about Singapore’s struggles during World War II and the Japanese Occupation.
- Enter the room where the British surrendered Singapore to the Japanese.
- Visit the grave of Singaporean war-hero Major General Lim Bo Seng.
- Step into Bukit Timah Hill, Singapore's highest vantage point.
- Bukit Panjang Village
- Former Ford Factory
- Bukit Batok Memorial
- Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
- Sime Road Camp
- Lim Bo Seng's Tomb
Recommended Start Time:
Monday to Sunday, 9:00am
Some places closes by 5:00pm
Estimated walking distance
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