Singapore Cable Car

Open Time : 8:45 am to 9:30 pm

Entry : paid

Address : Siloso Road, Singapore Cable Car-Siloso Point Station, Singapore

Why to visit Singapore Cable Car

If you want to obtain a bird's eye perspective of Singapore, board one of the Singapore cable cars and prepare for an engaging journey filled with fascinating panoramas to delight your senses. It connects Mount Faber Park's summit to Sentosa Island. With a 360-degree aerial perspective of Sentosa's stunning HarbourFront Skyline, the Singapore cable car provides a fantastic visual experience. Furthermore, it is the world's first cable car that travels over a highway, through a corporate skyscraper, and then across a cruise bay to Sentosa Island. This enjoyable ride has grown in popularity over time to become one of Singapore's most popular tourist attractions.

The Singapore Cable Car, which opened in 1974 and is now the only one in the country, was the country's first and only cableway. There are now 67 cabins in the system, each of which can accommodate eight individuals. On an hourly basis, the cable car system can transport up to 200 persons. This ride should be on your must-do list whenever you visit Singapore. The Mount Faber Station, the HarbourFront Station, and the Sentosa Station are the three stations that make up this ropeway. Between the two stations, there are two supporting towers. The cable car travels a total distance of 1650m and takes around 15 minutes to complete the journey from the first to the last stop.

This cable car ticket costs SGD 42 for adults and SGD 32 for children.

Special Tip

On a hot day, the Cable Car rides can be extremely uncomfortable. Avoid riding during high heat hours if possible, or be sure to open your windows to allow for appropriate circulation. If you want to re-board the cable car at any of the stations, you must first line up because the boarding points and alighting spaces are different at each station.

By Atharva Yeshwardhan

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