- Date unknown. Active; focal plane 7 m (23 ft); red flash every 2 s. 7 m (23 ft) post mounted on a square platform supported by piles. Entire lighthouse painted red. A good photo is available, Trabas has Rainer Arndt's view, and Google has a satellite view. Located just off the southern point of Sentosa Island, a resort island in downtown Singapore. Accessible only by boat but easy to see from the shore. Site open, tower closed. Admiralty F1720.4; NGA 21355.4.
- * Fullerton (lantern)
- 1958. Inactive since 1978 (a decorative light is displayed). Round lantern with aerobeacon, originally
mounted atop the Fullerton Building in downtown Singapore; the building was then the General
Post Office and is now the Fullerton
Hotel. The lantern was formerly on display on the grounds of the former
Singapore Maritime Museum (closed since 2001)
on Sentosa Island. It was then moved to a location in front of Merrill Lynch Harbourfront in the Harbourfront development on the downtown waterfront. A 2008 photo is available, Lightphotos.net has Yuri Ishutin's photo, and Wikimedia has a 2011 photo. In 2018 Chance Brothers restored the lantern and relocated it again, this time to Mapletree Business City. Steven Lim has a photo and Google has a street view and a satellite view. Site open, tower closed.
- * Berlayer Point
- Date unknown. Inactive since 2005. 7 m (23 ft) robust square pyramidal concrete skeletal tower
with lantern and gallery. Entire structure painted red. A closeup
and a view from
the harbor are available, Lightphotos.net has a closeup photo, a 2022 closeup is also available, and Google has a street view and a satellite view. Located in Labrador Park, on the north side of the west entrance
to Keppel Harbour in downtown Singapore. Site open, tower closed.
. ex-Admiralty F1702; ex-NGA 21388.
- Cyrene Reef
- Date unknown. Active; focal plane 8 m (26 ft); red flash every 2.5 s. 8 m (26 ft) square red concrete skeletal tower. Trabas has Rainer Arndt's photo and Google has an indistinct satellite view. Located at the east end of a large shoal area on the north side of the Sinki Strait, an inshore channel off the west waterfront of Singapore. Accessible only by boat. Site open, tower closed. Admiralty F1688; NGA 21576.
- Selat Sinki
- Date unknown. Active; focal plane 8 m (26 ft); three green flashes every 15 s. 8 m (26 ft) square green concrete skeletal tower. No photo available but Google has a fuzzy satellite view. Located on a shoal on the south side of the Sinki Strait. Accessible only by boat. Site open, tower closed. Admiralty F1686; NGA 21628.
- ** Raffles
- 1855 (John Bennet). Active; focal plane 32 m (105 ft); three white
flashes every 20 s. 29 m (95 ft) round granite tower with lantern
and gallery, attached to a 2-story keeper's house. Entire lighthouse
painted white. This is a staffed station, with keepers serving 10-day shifts. A photo appears above right, Lighthouse Digest has
an MPA photo,
MPA also has a page for the lighthouse, a 2008 photo
is available, Jack Lim has a good photo, Lightphotos.net has a photo, Trabas has a photo by Capt. Theo Hinrichs, a distant photo
shows the tall communication towers near the lighthouse,
Huelse has a historic postcard
view, Forand has a historic photo, and Google has a satellite
view. This famous lighthouse is named
for Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles (1781-1826), who founded the city
of Singapore in 1819. It marks a sharp turn to the northwest for westbound ships in the Singapore
Strait. Located on Pulau Satumu (formerly called Coney Island),
the southernmost islet of Singapore, about 14 km (9 mi) southwest
of the downtown waterfront. In February 2022 MPA began offering guided tours to the lighthouse. Site and tower closed except for guided tours on the second and fourth Saturdays of every month. . ARLHS
SIN-004; Admiralty F1693; NGA 21500.
- Pulau Satamu Semiphore
- Date unknown. Active; focal plane 41 m (135 ft); white light, 5 s on, 5 s off. 40 m (131 ft) square skeletal tower carrying traffic signals on large panels. Trabas has a fuzzy view from the sea by Rainer Arndt and Google has an indistinct satellite view. Located on the north point of Pulau Satamu, just north of the historic lighthouse. Site and tower closed. Admiralty F1693.2; NGA 21504.
- 1896. Active; focal plane 20 m (66 ft); two white flashes every
15 s. 18 m (59 ft) round masonry tower centered on the roof of a
2-story keeper's house. Lighthouse painted white; keeper's house
roof is red. A photo appears at right, MPA has a page for the lighthouse, Lighthouse Digest has
an MPA photo, Lightphotos.net has a photo, Loh Kok Sheng has a 2008 photo,
Kok Wheeler has a closeup photo, and Google has a satellite
view. This striking
lighthouse exhibits a remarkable mixture of Oriental and Victorian
design. It was built to mark the western entrance to the Singapore Strait but it has lost most of its navigational purpose as it is nearly surrounded now by reclaimed land. Located off the southwest end of Singapore Island. Accessible only by
boat, and there is an exclusion zone surrounding the lighthouse.
Site and tower closed. . ARLHS SIN-005; Admiralty F1684; NGA 21656.
- * Johor (Johore) Strait (Raffles Marina)
- Date unknown. Active; focal plane 15 m (49 ft); white flash every
10 s. 12 m (39 ft) round cylindrical concrete tower with lantern
and gallery, painted white. The navigation light is mounted atop
the lantern. Jonathan Hiew has a 2014 closeup photo, Reio Kimura has a 2017 street view, a 2021 sunset photo is available, and Google has an indistinct satellite
view. This lighthouse marks the western entrance to the Johor
Strait, which separates Singapore from the Malaysian mainland. Located
at the end of a jetty at the Raffles Marina in Tuas, just west of
the Second Link Expressway bridge over the strait. Accessible by walking the pier. Site open, tower closed. Site manager: Raffles
Marina. . ARLHS SIN-006; Admiralty F1681; NGA 21685.
Information available on lost lighthouses:
Notable faux lighthouses:
Raffles Light, 2006
Wikimedia Creative Commons photo by LionFlyer
Sultan Shoal Light, December 2006
Wikimedia Creative Commons photo by LionFlyer