The Singapore Air force Museum details how the Singapore Air Force has grown from its humble beginnings into one of the most formidable military forces in the world.
The museum exhibits include vintage aircraft displays like the Hawk Hunter which is the first Singapore’s fighter jet, the Strike Master, the T-33 Shooting Star and the A4 Sky Hawk.
Air Force Museum Singapore – Opening Hours & Admission Prices
If you are interested in aviation history, make sure you visit the open house of Singapore’s Paya Lebar Airbase which is usually open to public every last week of August. Here you will find the display of Singapore’s current aircraft like the AH64 Apache, legacy aircraft like the S211 Trainer Jet, the F5 Freedom Fighter and the F16 Falcon. An open house normally includes skydiving shows, flybys and some demonstration of Singapore’s military prowess.
A large assortment of aircraft is available on static display inside the museum with a separate 2-level gallery for few older planes used in the past by Singapore. Inside the gallery you will also find the different ranks and uniforms of Singapore’s air men. A few props are available for visitors to touch and hold and you are permitted to take pictures with them.
To visit the museum, one will need to take No. 94 bus from the central business district or take a taxi.