There are several entrances to this Park - I took the escalator next to the National Museum. I then followed the signs through the Spice Garden and the archaeological dig to the Fort Canning Centre - not much was happening here (it would be a nice location for a coffee shop) but I was able to pick up a map of the Park which assisted my exploration of the area and my understanding of what I was seeing.
The map suggests three self guided walks - heritage trees, Singapore's Ancient History and Singapore's's Colonial History. By circling the top of the hill and descending via Raffles House, the Flagstaff, the Lighthouse and the Mural Wall, I saw most of the sights. From Raffles Terrace there is a great view towards the Marina Bay area. I was disappointed that the Battle Box was closed (indefinitely and without explanation, if I remember correctly). I stopped for a morning coffee at the Glass House Cafe in Hotel Fort Canning.
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