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Mount Faber Park, Singapore Overview

One of the most popular sightseeing destinations in Singapore, Mount Faber Park is a hill rising up to a height o 94 meters and located within the Bukit Merah town. Overlooking the region of Telok Blangah, its peak can be accessed via the Mount Faber Road or the Morse Road but there are numerous trails leading right up to the top that has the adventurous tourists walk up the hill.

The main attraction of Mount Faber Park lies in taking the Singapore Cable Car from Mount Faber to Sentosa Island and enjoy the panoramic view from a great height. Many visitors prefer to look at the scenery below through telescopes placed at specific points on the ridge along the hill. The entire hill is covered by dense secondary rainforest that not only adds to the attraction of the location but also keeps the terrain stabilized.

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Things to Do at Mount Faber Park

Climbing up to Faber Point- Tourists usually climb up to the highest point of the hill known as Faber Point to find a wall covered with murals that depict the history of the area. It traces the story of ancient Singapore that was known as Tamsek up to the present day.

Sightseeing- Tourists can gaze down at the Southern waterfront from vantage points on Mount Faber for breathtaking views of the entire region that includes Sentosa, as well as other islands lying to the South of the hill. The Central Business District of Singapore along with the popular HBD estates can be viewed clearly from the top of the hill as well.

Bird Watching- The bird watchers are in for a treat at Mount Faber Park where they can join in a bird watching tour for spotting 43 different varieties of birds usually found along the Southern Ridge of the hill. The tour has the visitors go through the Singing forest with the walk taking them inside the dense vegetation. The photographers have a field day capturing the magnificent birds with their zoom lens too.

Guided Tours- One can opt for a guided tour of Southern Ridges to know more about the heritage and history of the park.

Dining- The ravenous tourists can enjoy a variety of dishes at the Spuds & Aprons on Faber Point and Faber Bistro at Mount Faber Park.

Mount Faber Park Cable Car

A fun experience at Mount Faber Park is the Cable Car ride. It takes only 12 minutes to whizz up the hill between Sentosa and Mount Faber. With over 80 cabins travelling up and down, the passengers get a splendid view of the Singapore Harbour and the lush green Mount Faber. The queue which is most often for the cable car moves quickly. The cable ride has a half minute window to hop in before the next cable car swings around the embarkation point.

Timings: 8:45 AM-10:00 PM

Ticket Charges (for one round trip) :
Adults- SGD 29
Children- SGD 18


Originally known as Telok Blangah Hill, Mount Faber Park was renamed in 1845 as a tribute to Captain Charles Edward Faber who first constructed a narrow road leading up to the summit for installing a signal station. There were plans of converting Mount Faber to a fort in 1857, just after the Sepoy Mutiny of India. However, work was stopped midway and the site never became a fort eventually. It was modernized with the accessibility improved by the introduction of a cable car system in 2005 which took the tourists right up to the highest point of Mount Faber. The visitors can enjoy a meal and drinks at the restaurants at the peak or enjoy a cocktail inside the cosy cabin of the cable car.

How to Reach Mount Faber Park

Bus: Mount Faber Park can be reached via Buses RWS8, 61, 188, 963, 10, 30, 57, 93, 97E, 97, 100, 124, 131 and 143 that stop at a distance of 5 minutes.

MRT: The nearest MRT is the Harbourfront MRT. Alight at Exit A and walk for a distance of 10 minutes to reach the park.

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