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Katong Park

Enjoy a peaceful and quiet retreat at this heritage park, which was once a fort during British rule and also a popular recreational spot in the 1960s.


Junction of Meyer Road and Fort Road

Park information

Park size
4.12 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
Nearby stations
  • Mountbatten MRT station
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Wheelchair accessible

Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

South-East Bastion
South-East Bastion

Discover an excavated portion of Fort Tanjong Katong, one of the oldest forts built by the British more than 140 years ago against invaders coming via the sea.

Katong Park Guards
Katong Park Guards

Spot the vibrant and cheerful-looking statues of a pair of Sikh colonial guards standing in the park.

Plant and animals

Mindanao Gum
Mindanao Gum

A heritage tree in this park, this tree's inner bark changes colours over time once exposed, hence the name "rainbow tree" given by locals.

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What to do


Fun with children

Fun with children

Head over to this park for hours of outdoor fun with your little ones.


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