It is a quiet park, suitable for picnic and a casual walk. A cooking school is also nearby, where you may drop a visit.
It is obligatory for me, when I come to Singapore, to go to The Raffles for a Singapore Sling in The Long Bar. The Singapore Sling was created by bartender, Ngiam Tong Boon at The Raffles Hotel in 1915. He used fresh lime juice, pineapple juice, Benedictine, Orange Liqueur, Grenadine Syrup, Angostura Bitters, Gin and Cherry Brandy to "knock your... More
Humidity was very high, you will be sweaty in one minute, but it is amazing. In the middle of the city, a real beautiful park was preserved, where you can find several nice trees, flowers, birds and some excavations also. You have to spend approx one hour here, worth of it.
Fort Canning Park is a peaceful area- ideal for a stroll as part of a day trip. It's near to other attractions: principally the National a Museum of Singapore, which is an excellent place to visit, with two good places to eat. There is signage within the Park to guide you to places of interest. Also, there is a hotel... More
When you visit this place, you can expect to see some old fort gates, Raffles' House, Old Married Soldiers' Quarters and the Fort Canning Centre - an old barrack of the British Army in Singapore, all very run-down. They are for special events on bookings. Visitors or members of the public can visit any time though, take a look inside... More
Visited the Park after a morning in the National Musuem, it is a sea of calm. I was hoping to visit the Battle Box but it was closed and apparantly has been for quite a while. There is quite a bit of work ongoing hopefully completed soon. It is an enjoyable walk through the park and it does take you... More
After walking from the local MRT station I was disappointed to find that the battle box is closed indefinitely and that there isn't really much else to do there. I wandered around the grounds for a little while in an aimless fashion eventually finding my way out! On the plus side it is next to the national museum which is... More
Poor info generally in the park, as well as a lack of food and drink. Battle Box closed too with little info provided. Fort Canning Centre is grubby, with poor lighting and expensive exhibits. Spice garden is nice though.
Pretty walk through historic location Respite from heat and bustle of busy city. Read about the history of the city. Beautiful trees and well kept grass with seating to enjoy the cool breeze.
I had a wonderful time wondering through Fort Canning Park. There is a lot of history to read about and a few artifacts to see. The gardens are superbly maintained and some of the trees have to be at least 150 years old. A great photography playground. I came across a local in the Spice Garden who happily shared his... More
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