Mt. Faber Park via Singapore Cable Car

One of the highlights of our Singapore Tour last November is the cable car experience and a visit to one of the oldest parks in Singapore, the Mt. Faber Park.

Singapore-Cable-Car-via-Klook
Singapore Cable Car via Klook

Our second day in Singapore was fully packed with sightseeing in major Singapore travel destinations. I also made sure to drop by some hidden gems in Singapore. Mom woke up very early at 5am while I am still asleep at the comfort of my cube hotel in Adler.

We had breakfast in hotel – bread, scrambled eggs, jam, cereals with milk and brewed coffee. Breakfast was set up at the hotel’s extension building. After a good Singaporean breakfast, We’re ready for our whole day Sentosa tour. That day, we are also moving to J8 Hotel but I decided to leave our luggage to the reception of Adler. We just went back in the evening to pickup our luggage.

MRT Chinatown station is just walking distance from Adler Hotel. You would also passed by Chinatown shopping center and can do a lot of shopping. We are heading the Harbourfront Station for the Singapore Cable Car experience.

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Cable Car Tickets and Sentosa Map
Singapore Mt. Faber station
Singapore Mt. Faber station

 

Singapore Cable Car + Buffet Booked via Klook

First destination for the day was Mt. Faber Park, the second highest hill and oldest park in Singapore. It’s a hill that is located in the town of Bukit Merah. Here’s a little trivia, it was in January 1965 that Mount Faber Park was opened and this was followed by the Singapore Cable Car station in January 1974, linking Mount Faber Park to Sentosa.

Spuds & Apron restaurant
The Garden Spuds & Apron restaurant on top of Mt. Faber Park, Singapore
Mt Faber Park Bell 0f Happiness
Mt Faber Park

Mt Faber Park

One of the famous attractions here is the Bell of Polish Friendship and the Bell of Happiness. The bells was originally from the Polish ship Dar Pomoza, a famous Polish tall sailing ship during 1909. In 1992 it was given as a gift to Sentosa. In 2012, it was moved to Mount Faber, the celebration was spearhead by the Polish Ambassador to Singapore and the General Manager of Mount Faber Park Pte Ltd.

Mt Faber Park Bell 0f Happiness
Mt. Faber Park Bell 0f Happiness

 

How to get to Mt. Faber Park

1. From Chinatown and any stations, take the MRT ( purple line NE1 ) going to Harbourfront Station.
2. From Harbourfront Center proceed to Harbourfront Tower 2 for Cable Car
3. From Harbourfront station take the Cable Car heading Mt. Faber Park.

What to see at Mt. Faber Park:
1. The famous Faber Peak Restaurant, The Garden Spuds and Aprons restaurant
2. Singapore view from top of the hill
3. Bell of Happiness
4. 2 Old cable cars
5. Souvenir shop

To make sure that we will not line up anymore, I bought our tickets prior to our trip. The Klook voucher  we got was the Singapor Cable Car + Buffet lunch or dinner for Php2,500 for the two of us. You can choose between lunch at Mt. Faber Peak or buffet dinner at Good Old Days in Siloso Beach, Marina Bay. We opted for dinner buffet, more food choices and for sure more dessert. The dinner buffet deserves a separate blog post, stay tuned. 🙂

You can also shop at Faber Peak shop souvenir store however, they are a bit pricey. I still suggest shopping in Chinatown.

Mt. Faber Shop
Mt. Faber Shop
Mt. Faber Park and Shop
Toys and more toys!
Singapore Cable Car Tour
Singapore Cable Car Tour
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Seats For Two at Mount Faber Park

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My senior citizen travel buddy enjoyed our Singapore cable car experience even with fear of heights. Mt. Faber Park is a nice place to explore, it’s one of the hidden gems in Singapore because most tourists go straight to Sentosa island.

Jonel & Marjorie Uy
Mr. & Mrs. Jonel & Marjorie Uy are the blogger couple 'seated' behind SeatsForTwo.com, Know more about her at LivingMarjorney.com and him at JonelUy.com
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