Army Museum of Singapore

Established in 2007, the Army Museum of Singapore takes its visitors on a journey that traces the development of the Singapore army. Honouring the contributions and experiences of Singaporean soldiers in the past and present, the museum allows visitors to learn more about the heritage of the Singapore army while celebrating the contributions of our citizen soldiers.


The underground bunker, constructed in the late 1930s, was the largest underground military operations complex in Singapore and part of the British Far East Command Headquarters during World War II.

Civil Defence Heritage Gallery

The Civil Defence Heritage Gallery traces fire fighting and civil defence developments in Singapore from the late 1800s till modern day, and is intended as a twin vehicle for showcasing the Singapore Civil Defence Force's (SCDF) proud and long history, as well as heightening public awareness of civil defence.

Fort Siloso

Built in the 1880s as part of a ring of British fortresses guarding the Singapore harbour, Fort Siloso is the sole surviving coastal fort. Over 100 years old, the fort stands as an important window to our colonial past and a poignant reminder of the war years.

Home Team Gallery

The Home Team Gallery is a common repository for all the Home Team Departments and Statutory Boards (such as Singapore Police Force, Singapore Civil Defence Force and Singapore Corporation of Rehabilitative Enterprises) to showcase their respective operational achievements and heritage.

Former Ford Factory

The Former Ford Factory was Ford Motor Company’s first Southeast Asian car assembly plant. Today, it is a prominent historical and architectural landmark, most remembered as the site where the British surrendered Singapore to the Japanese on 15 February 1942.

Police Heritage Centre

Visitors can expect captivating exhibits and a myriad of multimedia displays that recreate over 180 years of the Singapore Police Force’s (SPF) rich history. Gain a better perspective of the rule of law, the interplay of justice and corrupt-free governance, as well as the importance of trust and rapport between the public and the Police.

Republic of Singapore Air Force Museum

The Air Force Museum captures the spirit and heritage of the RSAF. The first museum was established at Changi Air Base on 1 Sep 1988. Two years later, an expansion programme was initiated to cater to RSAF's growing heritage needs. Subsequently, the museum was relocated to a brand new building in Paya Lebar.

Republic of Singapore Navy Museum

Take a trip down memory lane and find out more about what makes the Republic of Singapore Navy a modern and integrated maritime fighting force-the naval platforms it possesses and arsenal that they pack.

Reflections at Bukit Chandu

Set amidst the lush greenery of Bukit Chandu (Opium Hill), Reflections is a World War II interpretative centre developed and managed by the National Archives of Singapore. Past meets present here as visitors unfold Singapore’s place in World War II history.