Timings : Lighting Hours: 7:00 PM - 7:00 AM
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : No entry fee
An iconic hilltop landmark of Singapore, the Fort Canning Park offers diverse recreational activities along with entertainment, historical, educational and cultural experiences. Overlooking Orchard Road and National Museum of Singapore, Fort Canning Park has witnessed major historical milestones of Singapore as the hill once sited the palaces of the 14th-century kings while serving as the headquarters of Far East Command Centre and British Army Barracks. Formerly known as the "Forbidden Hill", today, Fort Canning Park houses 9 historical gardens and is a popular spot for hiking and artistic activity.
The nine historical gardens at the Canning Park include Artisan's Garden, Jubilee Park (Phase 1), Pancur Larangan, Sang Nila Utma Garden, First Botanic Garden, Raffles Garden, Spice garden, Armenian Street Park and Farquhar Garden. The park of the fort complex is frequently used for various entertainment purposes such as picnics, concerts, festivals and theatre performances. Other attractions at Fort Canning Park are the remnants of Singapore's early past, dating back to as far as 14th century and the personal bungalow of Sir Stamford Raffles. Tourists can also witness the imitation of the spice market that Raffles started in 1822 along with sculptures that were built in the 1980s. It offers a perfect tranquil space for family and friends.
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